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A mount is similar to a pet and can be seen as an advanced pet system. Players can start using mounts from level 60 onwards. You can only use either a mount or a pet at a time, you can not use them both (although you can equip both). There are advantages and disadvantages when compared to pets:

Advantages Compared To Pets Disadvantages Compared To Pets
Can boost multiple characteristics sometimes beyond what an equivalent pet can give (e.g Vitality, Wisdom and Strength). Huge experience donation from the user to the mount in order to level it up to receive it's full benefits. See Mount level.
Can carry items, much like a portable chest, up to a certain number of pods depending on color and level (you can still use this feature if you have a pet equipped). The mount inventory is completely separate from the user's inventory so access to the bank is hard: it has to be traded first to the user's inventory then to the bank. Unequipping a mount requires you to empty its inventory.
Does not have a regular feeding time, only needs to be fed when energy is depleted. When mounts energy reaches zero it becomes unridable until energy is raised (by feeding or using a Manger).
Losing battles does not affect the mount. Pandawas can't pick up and throw.
Wide range of mounts available giving you more options to pick-and-mix the characteristics you want. Time consuming if you are breeding to obtain a specific mount.
When a pet dies you must complete a dungeon to revive it, whereas mounts do not die. Can only equip 1 mount at a time and changing mounts requires a paddock.
Mounts make your character travel faster across maps - letting you reach places quicker compared to those without mounts.
  • To equip a mount you need to use a paddock.
  • For a table showing the amount of experience needed for a mount to level, see Mount level.
  • For information on breeding mounts, please see the Breeder page.

Mountable Creatures

Since the update "Riders of the Dragoturkey", you can mount a Dragoturkey (currently the only species available, though Ankama has stated there is a chance on future species).


Pure Breeds
Mount Name Max Effects
*Almond Dragoturkey +1000 Initiative, +2 Summonable creatures
*Crimson Dragoturkey +50 Vitality, +80 Strength
*Ebony Dragoturkey +50 Vitality, +80 Agility
Emerald Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 MP
Ginger Dragoturkey +100 Vitality
*Golden Dragoturkey +50 Vitality, +40 Wisdom
Ivory Dragoturkey +50 Vitality, +50% Damage
*Indigo Dragoturkey +50 Vitality, +80 Chance
*Orchid Dragoturkey +50 Vitality, +80 Intelligence
Plum Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +2 Range
Skeleton Dragoturkey  ?
Turquoise Dragoturkey +50 Vitality, +80 Prospecting
Striped/Cross Breeds
Mount Name Max Effects
*Almond and Crimson Dragoturkey +500 Initiative, +50 Vitality, +1 Summonable creatures, +60 Strength
*Almond and Ebony Dragoturkey +500 Initiative, +50 Vitality, +1 Summonable creatures, +60 Agility
Almond and Emerald Dragoturkey +500 Initiative, +100 Vitality, +1 Summonable creatures, +1 MP
*Almond and Ginger Dragoturkey +500 Initiative, +100 Vitality, +2 Summonable creatures
Almond and Golden Dragoturkey +500 Initiative, +50 Vitality, +25 Wisdom, +1 Summonable creatures
Almond and Indigo Dragoturkey +500 Initiative, +50 Vitality, +1 Summonable creatures, +60 Chance
*Almond and Ivory Dragoturkey +500 Initiative, +40 Vitality, +40% Damage, +1 Summonable creatures
*Almond and Orchid Dragoturkey +500 Initiative, +50 Vitality, +60 Intelligence, +1 Summonable creatures
Almond and Turquoise Dragoturkey +500 Initiative, +100 Vitality, +1 Summonable creatures, +40 Prospecting
Crimson and Ginger Dragoturkey +150 Vitality, +60 Strength
*Ebony and Crimson Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +50 Agility, +50 Strength
Ebony and Emerald Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +30 Agility, +1 MP
Ebony and Ginger Dragoturkey +150 Vitality, +60 Agility
*Ebony and Indigo Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +50 Agility, +50 Chance
Ebony and Ivory Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +40 Agility, +40% Damage
*Ebony and Orchid Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +50 Agility, +50 Intelligence
Ebony and Turquoise Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +60 Agility, +40 Prospecting
Emerald and Crimson Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +1 MP, +30 Strength
Emerald and Ginger Dragoturkey +300 Vitality, +1 MP
Emerald and Indigo Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +1 MP, +30 Chance
Emerald and Ivory Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +1 MP, +20% Damage
Emerald and Orchid Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +1 MP, +30 Intelligence
Emerald and Turquoise Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +1 MP, +40 Prospecting
*Golden and Crimson Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +25 Wisdom, +60 Strength
*Golden and Ebony Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +25 Wisdom, +60 Agility
Golden and Emerald Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +25 Wisdom, +1 MP
Golden and Ginger Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +25 Wisdom
*Golden and Indigo Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +25 Wisdom, +60 Chance
Golden and Ivory Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +25 Wisdom, +40% Damage
Golden and Orchid Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +25 Wisdom, +60 Intelligence
Golden and Turquoise Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +25 Wisdom, +40 Prospecting
Indigo and Crimson Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +50 Chance, +50 Strength
Indigo and Ginger Dragoturkey +150 Vitality, +60 Chance
Indigo and Ivory Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +40 Chance, +40% Damage
Indigo and Orchid Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +50 Chance, +50 Intelligence
Indigo and Turquoise Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +60 Chance, +40 Prospecting
Ivory and Crimson Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +40% Damage, +40 Strength
Ivory and Ginger Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +40% Damage
Ivory and Orchid Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +40% Damage, +40 Intelligence
Ivory and Turquoise Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +40% Damage, +40 Prospecting
Orchid and Crimson Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +50 Intelligence, +50 Strength
Orchid and Ginger Dragoturkey +150 Vitality, +60 Intelligence
Plum and Almond Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 Range, +500 Initiative, +1 Summonable Creature
*Plum and Crimson Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 Range, +60 Strength
*Plum and Ebony Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 Range, +60 Agility
Plum and Emerald Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 Range, +1 MP
Plum and Ginger Dragoturkey +300 Vitality, +1 Range
Plum and Golden Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 Range, +25 Wisdom
Plum and Indigo Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 Range, +60 Chance
Plum and Ivory Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 Range, +40% Damage
Plum and Orchid Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 Range, +60 Intelligence
Plum and Turquoise Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +1 Range, +40 Prospecting
Turquoise and Crimson Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +60 Strength, +40 Prospecting
Turquoise and Ginger Dragoturkey +200 Vitality, +40 Prospecting
Turquoise and Orchid Dragoturkey +100 Vitality, +60 Intelligence, +40 Prospecting
Maximum effects can be different, as they are extrapolations from level 5, 10 or 50. Turkeys with a * at the start means they have been confirmed according to this imp village post.

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

Mounts are one of the many means of Transportation in EQ2. This category details private, player-owned mounts only. For a complete list of mounts in game on a single page, including prices and runspeed, see Mounts.

Pages in category "Mount (Equipment Type)"

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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

Beast Master


Mount is a beast that can be used for transportation. Most mounts are created by Beast Masters who have the Create Mount expertise. Some mounts can be gained as quest rewards, collection rewards or expansion rewards.

Travel speed

A dewback mount on Corellia

Every mount moves at different speeds when walking (holding the Shift key down), running, and galloping. All speeds are listed in meters per second, and time in seconds. For reference, an unencumbered player runs at five meters per second (5 m/s).

Species Walk speed Run speed
Bantha 2.9 12
Blurrg 2.7 11.8
Bol 2.95 12.5
Bolotaur 3 13.5
Borgax 2.47 12.5
Brackaset 2.69 12.5
Carrion Spat 2.45 12.5
Co-henpa 2.7 11.8
Cu Pa 2.7 11.8
Dewback 2.95 12.5
Eopie 2.69 12.5
Falumpaset 2.69 12.5
Graul 2.9 12.5
Kaadu 2.47 12.5
Kashyyyk bantha 2.9 12
Kwi 2.7 11.8
Lava Flea 2.9 12
Nerf 2.9 12.5
Peko Peko  ? 2.5
Rancor 2.9 12.5
Toxic Peko-Peko 2.95 12.5
Tulrus 2.95 12.5
Varactyl 3 13.5

Average speed takes into account a mount's running speed, its gallop speed and duration, and its gallop rest time. It calculates the total distance covered by a mount's gallop, the total distance run during the gallop rest time, and then calculates the average speed travelled during that time. The total calculation is such:

Image:Mount avg speed.png

This is an approximation of your mount's average speed assuming you gallop as soon as your mount is rested.

External links

  • SWG Pets

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