Difference between revisions of "Mount"

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*[[Dwagon]]{{erf|1|003}}{{erf|1|006}}{{erf|1|031}}
 
*[[Dwagon]]{{erf|1|003}}{{erf|1|006}}{{erf|1|031}}
 
*[[Gwiffon]]{{erf|1|007}}{{erf|1|009}}
 
*[[Gwiffon]]{{erf|1|007}}{{erf|1|009}}
*[[Sourmander]]{{erf|1|010}}{{erf|1|107}}
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*[[Sourmander]]{{erf|1|010}}{{erf|1|097}}
*[[Spidew]]{{erf|1|001}}{{erf|1|002}}{{erf|1|123}}{{erf|1|136}}{{erf|1|142}}
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*[[Spidew]]{{erf|1|001}}{{erf|1|002}}{{erf|1|111}}{{erf|1|123}}{{erf|1|129}}
*[[Unipegataur]]{{erf|1|115}}{{erf|1|132}}{{erf|1|133}}(at least, when [[uncroaked]])
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*[[Unipegataur]]{{erf|1|103}}{{erf|1|119}}{{erf|1|120}}(at least, when [[uncroaked]])
*[[Weiner-Rammer]]{{erf|1|146}}
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*[[Weiner-Rammer]]{{erf|1|133}}
 
*[[Tchotchke]]{{erf|1|025}}
 
*[[Tchotchke]]{{erf|1|025}}
  

Revision as of 21:53, 4 May 2009

A non-humanoid unit that can be ridden by a humanoid unit for increased mobility and apparently combat bonus or protection. Many mounts are also able combatants in their own right and some are flying units.

Known mounts include: