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Albion Online Mounts

Albion Online Mounts

2018-09-21 12:11:45 Jarek Bob Dylewski

Albion Online Mounts are just regular animals that differ from the others by giving a player opportunity to ride them. Horses, mules or bears, every mount characterise with unique stats and features. There are different types of mounts which carry out various tasks. I hope that this guide would help you to understand the whole concept of Albion Online mounts if you are a beginner or just extend your knowledge about this subject if you are an advanced player.

 

Table of contents

  • 1. Why should you obtain a Mount?
  • 2. First Albion Online Mount
  • 3. How to possess mount?
    • 3.1 Purchase
    • 3.2 Loot
    • 3.3 Farm
    • 3.4 PvP
  • 4. Types of Albion Online Mounts
  • 5. Qualities
  • 6. Tiers
  • 7. Types
  • 8. Statistics of a specific Albion Online mounts

 

Why should you obtain a Mount?

 Albion Online Mounts give you a big advantage and make the whole gameplay much more enjoyable, you would spot difference immediately after owning one of them. If you have played other MMORPG titles like Albion Online before, for sure, you can't imagine these games without some kind of faster travelling opportunity. Like in different games, in Albion Online mounts primarily are used to explore. But, Albion Online stands out from other games in this genre with additional stats and benefits that mounts can provide.

Main advantages:

  • Additional speed
  • - Additional capacity

 

First Albion Online Mount

After completing quests in the starting village, you have to do one more task to obtain your first Albion Online mount.

Go to the Royal Soldier Benson (he is standing next to the gate).

Accept one more quest form the soldier named: "A Mighty Streed" with following objectives:

  • - Acquire 1 Royal Horse Token from the Market Place.
  • - Deliver items to Royal Commander Besset in Steppie Cross.

Then go to the Market Place that is positioned just above Royal Soldier Benson and just search Royal "Horse" Token. Buy one of these and go to the Royal Commander Besset (Commander is this big guy at the start of a village that gave you quests).  


After the talk, you would have been given your first Albion Online mount - Donkey!

How to possess mount?

As I already described how to get a donkey, it's time to talk a bit more generally. There are different alternatives to occupy your own mount. So what are possible and the easiest ways to possess mount?

Mounts same as other in-game items can be:

  • - Bought
  • - Looted
  • - Breed
  • - Won from other players on PvP

 

How to buy a mount?

It’s the simplest way to possess a mount. Trade with other players on a market.


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How to loot a mount?

To get rare mounts you have to kill the same species of animals and hope to get their babies after all. Then breed them in the Kennels like horses in the pasture.

How to breed mount?

It is possible only If you possess your own Island. Then upgrade your Island to level 2. It will cost you 18750, but the price may change over time. These are benefits from this upgrade:

  • - Building Plot +1
  • - Farming Plot +10
  • - Small building Plots +2

If you already possessed Island and upgraded it to level 2 you have to a build Farm.

Then go to the Seed Vendor for some seeds.

Plant and grow carrots to have something to feed your future animals.

After planting you wait for 22 hours, and wait to harvest them.

Upgrade Island to level 3 to get:

  • - Building Plots +2
  • - Farming Plot +1

 

It's gonna cost you 62500.

 

Go and build a pasture next to the first farming plot.

 

Now go to your Farming Merchant and buy, for example, chicken. This is the first animal that you can breed, after some time it would unlock next positions in Farming Merchant menu.

 

Click on a Baby Chicken in your inventory and place it on a ground.

 

Now you have to do one more thing because your animal wouldn't grow unless you feed it with previously farmed vegetables.

 

Click Nurture and wait, if the bar progresses it means that you have done everything properly.

How to win mount on PvP from other players?

Go to the full loot PvP area, for example, black zone and fight with the other players. As the full loot PvP system says, after won fight you can someone’ stuff, among others a mount.

Types of Albion Online Mounts

There are various types of Albion Online mounts. As I have said at the beginning every mount has its own destination. Sometimes you would need a mount with high capacity, sometimes characterised by fast speed. That's why they were divided into types. These are they:

Horse Type

Mainly characterized by high speed and low capacity. Of course, horses maintained in this type also have differences but generally, they are used to do similar tasks.

  • - The best for quick travel

 

Ox Type

Mounts of this type are having other feature, high capacity. You will need them to keep many things at once.

  • - The best for transport goods

 

Other Types

Exotic mounts that have a lot of differences. Not categorised because of their variety.

Qualities

Mounts have a lot of features, one of them are qualities. Quality of mount has an influence on its carry weight limit and health. Speed does not depend on quality. Here you have a list of possible qualities:

  • Normal - grants OX bonus +0
  • Excellent - grants OX bonus +150
  • Masterpiece - grants OX bonus +203
  • Epic - grants OX bonus +369
  • Legendary - grants OX bonus +369

 

Tiers

In Albion Online there are 8 different tiers:

  • Tier 1 - Beginner
  • Tier 2 - Novice
  • Tier 3 - Journeyman
  • Tier 4 - Adept
  • Tier 5 - Expert
  • Tier 6 - Master
  • Tier 7 - Grandmaster
  • Tier 8 - Elder

To use specific tiers you have to learn them through the Destiny Board. Tiers affect statistics of specific mounts. For example:

  • - Armor
  • - Speed
  • - Resistance
  • - Capacity etc.

 

I will describe and list all of them later.

 

Types

There are various types of Albion Online mounts. As I have said at the beginning every mount has its own destination. Sometimes you would need a mount with high capacity, sometimes characterised by fast speed. That's why they were divided into types. These are they:

Horse Type

Mainly characterized by high speed and low capacity. Of course, horses maintained in this type also have differences but generally, they are used to do similar tasks.

Ox Type

Mounts of this type are having other feature, high capacity.

You will need them to keep many things at once.

Other Types

Exotic mounts that have a lot of differences. Not categorised because of their variety.

Statistics of a specific Albion Online mounts

 

Tier 2 Mounts:

  • Mule
  • Hitpoints - 238

Tier 3 Mounts:

  • Journeyman’s Riding Horse
  • Hitpoints - 669
  • Move speed bonus I - 65%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 95%
  • Max Load - 157
  • Journeyman’s Transport Ox
  • Hitpoints - 1338
  • Move speed bonus I - 35
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 60
  • Max Load - 1569

Tier 4 Mounts:

  • Adept’s Riding Horse
  • Hitpoints - 752
  • Move speed bonus I - 65%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 100%
  • Max Load - 233
  • Adept’s Transport Ox
  • Hitpoints - 1504
  • Move speed bonus I - 35%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 65%
  • Max Load - 2331

Tier 5 Mounts:

  • Expert’s Riding Horse
  • Hitpoints - 797
  • Move speed bonus I - 65%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 105%
  • Max Load - 268
  • Expert’s Transport Ox
  • Hitpoints - 1594
  • Move speed bonus I - 35%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 70%
  • Max Load - 2676

Tier 6 Mounts:

  • Master’s Riding Horse
  • Hitpoints - 845
  • Move speed bonus I - 65%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 110%
  • Max Load - 314
  • Master’s Transport Ox
  • Hitpoints - 1689
  • Move speed bonus I - 35%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 75%
  • Max Load - 3148

Tier 7 Mounts:

  • Grandmaster’s Riding Horse
  • Hitpoints - 885
  • Move speed bonus I - 65%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 115%
  • Max Load - 358
  • Grandmaster’s Transport Ox
  • Hitpoints - 1770
  • Move speed bonus I - 35%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 80%
  • Max Load - 3583

Tier 8 Mounts:

  • Elder’s Riding Horse
  • Hitpoints - 927
  • Move speed bonus I - 65%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 120%
  • Max Load - 412
  • Elder’s Transport Ox
  • Hitpoints - 1855
  • Move speed bonus I - 35%
  • Move speed bonus II (Gallop) - 85%
  • Max Load - 4116

 

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