Buying A New Horse In Albion Online – Things To Consider

There are a few things that you need to consider before choosing your Mount or buying a new horse in Albion online. Those key factors are:

  • The number of things a Mount can carry
  • The speed of the Mount
  • The resilience of the Mount

Buying A New Horse In Albion Online

Buying A New Horse In Albion Online

You must consider these factors and choose your Mount wisely for its intended purpose, whether it is to travel quickly through zones, carrying loads of equipment and resources, or providing offensive and defensive measures against enemies. A Mount that is fast can help you cover a lot of distance in a comparatively short time. These Mounts can be very useful when ganking other players or escaping from being ganked by other players. The extra speed can possibly save your life and help you to become a great ganker. For those of you who are not familiar with the term ganking, this is what ganking means according to Albion Online Wiki – “Ganking is the act of ambushing other players in an unfair fight and killing them for fame, gear, or your personal enjoyment.”

If you are wondering about which is the fastest Mount in Albion Online, don’t worry, we have got you covered. The following are the fastest Mounts in each tier.

  • Tier 2 will not be included in these lists as there is only one available Mount which you can use.
  • Tier 3 – Journeyman’s Riding Horse: 65 Movement Speed / 95 Gallop Speed
  • Tier 4 – Adept’s Giant Stag: 70 Movement Speed / 105 Gallop Speed
  • Tier 5 – Swiftclaw: 80 Movement Speed / 130 Gallop Speed
  • Tier 6 – Ghostwolf and Direwolf: Both with 85 Movement Speed / 140 Gallop Speed
  • Tier 7 – Grandmaster’s Armoured Horse: 65 Movement Speed / 115 Gallop Speed
  • For a more balanced Mount in Tier 7 – Saddled Swamp Dragon: 90 Movement Speed / 90 Gallop Speed
  • Tier 8 – Rageclaw: 80 Movement Speed / 145 Gallop Speed

If you are looking for Mounts with the most carrying capacity, look no further than the list down below. Mounts with high carrying capacities are very helpful in transporting all your resources that you spent a lot of time and to craft or collect. Transporting your stuff can be painfully slow and dangerous. So be careful whenever you carry your items as other players might attack and loot you, which will result in a waste of a lot of your resources, time, and effort. The oxen have reigned supreme when it comes to Mounts with the highest carrying capacity.

  • Tier 3 – Journeyman’s Transport Ox –1,569 kg
  • Tier 4 – Adept’s Transport Ox –2,331 kg
  • Tier 5 – Expert’s Transport Ox — 2,676 kg
  • Tier 6 – Master’s Transport Ox — 3,148 kg
  • Tier 7 – Grandmaster’s Transport Ox — 3,583 kg
  • Tier 8 – Elder’s Transport Mammoth — 41,162 kg

For those players who are looking for Mounts which are the best of both worlds, refer the list below. These Mounts do not excel in either carrying capacity or in speed, instead, they provide the best of both worlds. We have two options for both your early game and late game experience in Albion Online.

  • Tier 4 – Adept’s Giant Stag: 465 kg / 70 Movement Speed / 105 Gallop Speed
  • Tier 6 – Master’s Giant Stag: 594 kg / 70 Movement Speed / 105 Gallop Speed
  • Tier 7 – Saddled Direboar: 1,252 kg / 60 Movement Speed / 115 Gallop Speed
  • Tier 8 – Saddled Direbear: 2,469 kg / 50 Movement Speed / 90 Gallop Speed

Remember, these Mounts are like ‘jacks of all trades, master of none’. They are like the average in both carrying capacity and speed. Keep that in mind while opting to use these Mounts.

There are different types of Mounts in the game of Albion Online. They are:

  • Standard Mounts
  • Rare Mounts
  • Battle Mounts
  • Unique Mounts

The Standard Mounts can have an unlimited amount of offspring which can be bought from the Farming Merchant and have to be grown on pastures. Rare Mounts have a limited amount of offspring which can be grown in kennels. Battle Mounts are Mounts that allow you to be able to use abilities while you are riding it. Unique Mounts are either not craftable or have limited craftability. Also, Unique Mounts do not have offspring. All the breeding mechanics for all the Mounts are the same.

Once a baby has been raised into an adult, it must be crafted with specific materials at the Saddler to give it a saddle and turn it into a Mount. You can find the Saddler in the town or city that you are currently in or you can use one that you have crafted on your island. The latter, most probably may not have been done yet; so go into town and find a Saddler to turn your horse into a Mount. The Saddler crafts most of the Mounts in Albion Online, but the Vanity Merchant and Arena Master Joan also do craft a few Mounts.

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Back to top button
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x