To ride an animal it must first of all be led by a rope or any item if it's wearing a bridle. Many creatures must be tame, dominated or zombified before they can be led and mounted. A table describing these creatures is on the Animals page.
- Activate a leading item and use the on the creature, select Lead. Once led, again using the on the creature, with any item active, and select ride.
- Body control determines which animals it is possible for the player to ride.
- By default mounts are turned with and .
- The mount will turn sharply when stationary and will turn with a larger radius when moving.
- Not all animals may be mounted, it maybe due to their status or age (too young or too old). In that case the message that the animal is too weak will appear.
- Animals with the some illness trait get weaker over time and though may be ridable when younger, the older the more likely they will be rideable. In that case the message that the animal is too weak will appear.
The speed at which mounts move varies greatly. Some may only travel at a few km/h without any accessories whilst well bred horses with high quality accessories and traits may move up to 34 km/h. Paved roads do not affect the speed of animals. All mounts move at 1/3 of their speed when moving backwards.
- Use the on the creature, select Look > Equipment and drag-drop the item to the relevant limb or body part.
Body control limitations