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Mortal Online: The Awakening
Mount Breeding Now Possible!
March 30, 2013 - Paratus
For those of you unfamiliar with mounts in Mortal Online, they're unlike mounts in the majority of other MMORPGs. Instead of using an item in your backpack and having a large animal suddenly appear, all mounts in Mortal Online, horses or otherwise, are persistent creatures tamed by players out in the world. They do not disappear when you dismount and they must be fed to maintain loyalty.
With the release of the Dawn expansion some time ago, we took this a step further with genetics. Now, all mounts in Nave are completely unique. Everything from their fur pattern to leg size, strength, intelligence and more is controlled by genetics. Each creature is a little different, but there have always been different breeds with different attributes found around the world. Sometimes a mutation would come in to separate the creature from its relatives around it.
With the Awakening expansion months ago, all creatures in the world, including your pets, grow over time unlocking new abilities and improved statistics.
As of just recently we've now given players the ability to breed horses they have tamed or purchased from another player tamer. By breeding a male and female horse, for example, the offspring will take characteristics from each of its parents. Through time you are able to breed out the poor properties and create more excellent breeds of animals, whether you chose to target optimal performance or maybe something that simply looks nice.