Dev Blog 04/04/19

Callum

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Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord features six distinct cultures, all of which are based on real-world medieval civilisations. Each of these cultures sports their own unique types of clothing, weapons, armour, and architectural styles, bringing a high-level of diversity to the continent of Calradia. However, there was one aspect of the game that was a little lacking and not entirely in keeping with our efforts to create a huge, believable game world. And for a game with the word Mount in the title, it is something we thought we should take a closer look at... We are of course talking about horses!


Read more at: http://www.taleworlds.com/en/Games/Bannerlord/Blog/104
 

578

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hai i hav been lurking in the forums for about 34 years now but i just signed up, can i decorate a pony with pink tail and anime ears pls answer collum


The horses look great, so far. Can't wait to run over camels with them.
 

Dead End

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At first I thought there was going to be horse breeding, but I still love this blog! Really getting hyped up again (although I know I shouldn’t) these last two blogs are exactly what I needed  :party:
 

dijiTurk

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578 said:
hai i hav been lurking in the forums for about 34 years now but i just signed up, can i decorate a pony with pink tail and anime ears pls answer collum


The horses look great, so far. Can't wait to run over camels with them.
so strange, so far
 

Nigerlus

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So khuzait horses are not so fast in terms of top speed but very agile and manoeuvrable. This is nice
 

Syndrella

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All of the horses looks nice a bit weird on the picture and some seems a bit out of the environment but good to know there will be different types. At least this part of the game will be cool and hopefully I will love it aswell but I am not a very good horserider. Anyway thanks this blog :smile:
 

BayBear

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Variety is welcome, nice job! What’s the potential for cross-breeding? Similar to the child system? Or are horse breeds tied to the stables from which they are produced?
 

Hernanxd16

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BayBear said:
Variety is welcome, nice job! What’s the potential for cross-breeding? Similar to the child system? Or are horse breeds tied to the stables from which they are produced?
+1

I hope you can tell us a little more about this topic, Callum.

Also, could we see in game diferent hair color in horses of the same breed?
 

NPC99

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I’m glad there will be more variety in mounts.

Each particular breed can be further trained as a war horse, which will be much stronger and tougher but will also be much more expensive.

Are they left at a stables for training, and if so, for how long? Will a horse need to be trained as a war horse before it can wear armour?

BTW can I train my camel as a war camel?
 

xdj1nn

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so that means there's going to be day 1 Horse Armor DLC?  :iamamoron:

I like the addition, it's always welcome... Sorry if I'm being a misinformed dumbass, but are we going to be able to equip horses too? Or are we going back to the old fashioned Warband system where horses have no equipment instead they are predefined as being armored or not etc?