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The Bonta Public Paddock for raising Stamina

Paddocks are special pens used by breeders to raise and breed their mounts with breeding items. They are also the place to equip mounts for use and for turning mounts into their certificates for exchange or selling.

For more information on training mounts, see Breeder.

Types Of Paddocks

There are two different types of paddocks:

Public Paddocks

Public paddocks can be found in Bonta and Brakmar and can be used by anyone (with the exception of Brakmarians in Bonta and Bontarians in Brakmar). The equipment in a Public paddock does not run out when used, though it is always set out in the same way.

Below is a list of public paddock locations and their Breeding Items:

City Brakmar Bonta
Nearest Zaapi Pet Sellrooms Library
Characteristic Breeding Items Coordinates
Aggressivity (Lower Balance) Slapper In Wild-Cherry Wood (-29.36) (-38,-57)
Serenity (Raise Balance) Patter In Wind Bwak Feather (-29,37) (-37,-57)
Stamina Lightning Thrower In Wild-Cherry Wood (-30,37) (-38,-56)
Maturity Drinking Trough In Wild-Cherry Wood (-31,36) (-36,-57)
Love Dragobutt In Piglet Leather (-30,36) (-37,-56)
Energy Manger In Wild-Cherry Wood (-30,35) (-37,-58)

Private / Guild Paddocks

A Private Paddock is one which has been purchased by a guild. A guild can purchase their first paddock if:

  • The guild is above level 10.
  • The guild is older than 2 months.
  • The guild leader is in possession of a tamed or wild mount.

Only the guild leader has the option of buying paddocks. As a guild grows in level, they are able to own more paddocks: 1 paddock for every 10 levels (e.g a level 23 guild could have up to 2). Once a paddock belongs to a guild, the guild's logo will then be displayed at its gate.

Having a private paddock lets breeders control the training of their mounts better - and decreases the time it take to train a mount. Unlike public paddocks, there is a limit on the number of mounts and breeding items that can be placed inside the paddock at any one time. Guild Paddock Potions can provide an easy way for breeders of their guilds to get to their paddocks.

See Paddock/Locations for an incomplete list of paddocks.


Using the Paddocks

Placing breeding items

Note: You must have the guild right 'Fit out the Paddocks' to be able to equip your guild's paddock.

Breeding items are found in the miscellaneous part of your inventory. Drag them down to your item bar at the bottom right of your screen. There you can click and place the items into the pens. Remember that a mount must be able to move to use the breeding items.


Note: You must have the guild right 'Use the Paddocks' to be able to access your guild paddocks.

Click on the gate of the paddock to open up the paddock window. Here you can organize your mounts into:

  • Shed - Stores your mounts in your character's shed which you can access from any paddock. No other players are able to see your shed. Mounts are put into the shed when not in use, when resting or when giving birth. Each character's shed has a limit of 100 mounts.
  • Paddock - Moves your mount out into the paddock to train. Other players will be able to see your mount's abilities but they can not move them with emotes. Also they can not take your mount out - unless it is a guild paddock and the member has the 'Manage the mounts of the other members' guild right. Once a member picks up a mount that belongs to another member, that mount becomes theirs. You will receive a message when logging in if someone has removed your mount.
  • Equipped Mount - Equips the mount onto you allowing you to now access the mount menu on your menu bar. You can then ride it to obtain the characteristic boost or to level the mount.
  • Certificates - Turns your mount into a certificate that allows you to trade or sell your mount. Certificates last 20 days, after which the mount will be lost.

This article uses material from the "Paddock" article on the Dofus Wiki wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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