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Traveling on horseback

Mounts can be summoned in wilderness adventure areas and public areas. They grant bonus to run speed:

  • Normal mounts move at 180% the base character run speed
  • Fast mounts move at 200% the base character run speed.

The player characters' movement speed is replaced with the movement speed of the mount (VIP speed bonus still applies while mounted).

Mounts have been introduced in Update 44.

Mechanics[edit]

In terms of game mechanics, mounts are items. Drag them to your hotbar and activate them to summon them.

To dismount a mount, press the block key. By default, this is the Left Shift. You also dismount automatically if your character takes damage.

Characters may not engage in combat while mounted.

You immediately dismount if you have a rune arm automatically charging.

Several /emotes (e.g. /dance) will work for mounts.

Availability[edit]

Mounts are available from multiple sources:

Available mounts[edit]

Item ML Speed Bind
Bone Devil Armored Mount 45
Bone Devil Armored Mount shown.png
1 100% Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire
Celestial Mount 46
Celestial Mount shown.jpg
1 100% Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire
Fast Black Unicorn 47
No pic.jpg
1 100% Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire
Fast Unicorn 47
No pic.jpg
1 100% Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire
Quaal's Token Mount: Buckskin Horse 44
Quaal's Token Mount- Buckskin Horse shown.png
1 80% Bound to Character on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire
Quaal's Token Mount: Chestnut Horse 44
Chestnut Horse sideview.png
1 80% Bound to Character on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire
Quaal's Token Mount: Dun Horse 44
Dun Horse.png
1 80% Bound to Character on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire
Quaal's Token Mount: Fast Buckskin Horse 44
Quaal's Token Mount- Fast Buckskin Horse shown.jpg
1 100% Bound to Character on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire
Quaal's Token Mount: Fast Chestnut Horse 44 1 100% Bound to Character on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire
Quaal's Token Mount: Fast Dun Horse 44
Quaal's Token Mount- Fast Dun Horse shown.png
1 100% Bound to Character on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire
Quaal's Token Mount: Fast Palomino Horse 44
FastPalomino.jpg
1 100% Bound to Character on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire
Quaal's Token Mount: Palomino Horse 44
Palamino Horse.png
1 80% Bound to Character on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire
Steed of the Borderlands 44
Steed of the Borderlands shown.png
1 100% Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire
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Gold Roll

Fast Midnight Stallion ML:1 Speed 100% BTA

Fast White Stallion ML:1 Speed 100% BTA

Scaling[edit]

Example of a palamino mount being ridden by a Purple Dragon Knight (rear) and a Tiefling character (front).

You do not have to buy different horses for each race, the horse you summon will scale to your character's current size. This includes later reincarnations (which make characters appear slightly physically larger for their second and then third/subsequent incarnations) and race changes over lives.

The size of the mount has no effect on speed or combat.