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Adventurer's Guide

Taming

In Black Desert, where adventurers journey across a vast continent, horses are the core of movement.

Their fast speed and strong stamina make them ideal for long-distance travel, there’s something too appealing about the sense of speed you get when sprinting through the wind.

Owning a horse is not optional, it’s a necessity!

In this guide, we'll take a look at everything from how to tame a horse to how to raise it into a mighty steed!

▲ You can go anywhere within the world of Black Desert if you’ve got a horse.

How to Tame a Wild Horse


Materials: Capturing Rope, Several Lumps of Raw Sugar

Rather than buying a horse emblem, it is recommended to seek out wild horses that roam freely in various places as they can quickly be tamed and turned into tier 6 to 7 horses.

You can distinguish the tier of a wild horse by its appearance.
A muscular horse is higher in tier in comparison to a slim horse.
Now let’s get going by checking out the materials to tame a Wild Horse!

 

Materials to Tame a Wild Horse

Materials How to Obtain
Capturing Rope Purchase from Stable Keeper NPC
Lump of Raw Sugar Processing > Heating
(Raw Sugar x10)
(Mineral Water x1)

Both ingredients can be purchased from vendors who sell food ingredients.

 

Horse-Taming Minigame

Select a Capturing Rope in your Inventory and approach the Wild Horse with the rope equipped. Press RB/R1 when you are aligned with the horse to throw the rope and start the mini-game.

 

▲ When the mini-game starts, press the prompted button over the blue portion of the gauge to begin wrangling the horse.

 

▲ Move forward and continue taming the horse using your rope. When it stands on its hind legs, the red gauge must be maintained at 50% or higher by pressing the prompted button repeatedly.

 

▲ After successfully winning the tug-of-war and getting within reach of the horse, the Interact menu will be activated. Feed the horse the Lump of Raw Sugar item that you prepared instead of mounting the horse right away. The more Lumps of Raw Sugar you feed the horse, the higher chance of successfully taming it. 4 to 5 is an ideal number as the success rate of this method also has its limits.

 

◈ Tips to succeed on taming a horse!
1. Don’t throw the rope when the horse is on top of a rock or obstacle. Mounting in this situation has a high probability of failing.

2. There are times where the horse rears up while you are approaching it. In this case, succeed on the tug-of-war by pressing the prompted button several times.

3. The success rate of taming the horse increases by feeding it more sugar. Since the odds don’t improve infinitely, max 4-5 lumps will be enough.

4. Captured horses can be used after registering them at a stable. Tame it after checking empty slots in nearby stables. The horse will disappear if you log in again without registering the horse.

5. Since the captured horse is slow, switch to a horse that you brought along with you. The captured horse will follow along behind you.

 

 

Wild Horse Location

Wild horses can be found everywhere within the world of Black Desert.
Most wild horses are Tier 6 but you can occasionally find Tier 7 horses as well.
You have a notably higher chance to find a Tier 7 wild horse in Drieghan.

Breeding your captured wild horse will lead to future generations of fine horses.

The locations below are wild horses spawning locations.
These locations will be helpful in your taming quest, but they are not the only locations where you will stumble upon wild horses on your adventures.


1. Serendia & Calpheon

▲ Near Marino Farm - Fleme Hills

▲ South of Port Epheria

 

▲ Balenos Mountains

 

▲ South of Swamp Fogan habitat

 

▲ South of Marni Farm Ruins

 

▲ West of Treant Forest

 


2. Duvencrune & Kamasylvia


▲ South of Duvencrune and West of Gayak Altar

 

▲ Near Sherekhan Necropolis


▲ South of Navarn Steppe

 

 


3. Mediah

▲ Near Mediah Shore

 

▲ South of Wandering Rogue Den

 

▲ Near Rumbling Land

 

▲ Near Tungrad Forest

 

 

Basic Stats


As you travel around on your horse, your horse will gain experience based on the distance that was traveled.
You will level up as you obtain experience and this is when your unique stats will increase by bit.
Although two horses may be the same level, they have different stats. The details of each stat are explained below.

Speed

Determines how fast the horse will run. The higher the speed, the faster it will run!

Acceleration

The higher the acceleration, the shorter it will take your horse to reach its maximum speed.

Turn

Affects how your horse will turn while running. The higher the running speed, the shorter the turning radius.

Brake

Affects how quickly the horse can stop. Higher Brake will allow the horse to stop faster.

 

The growth direction can be predicted based on the base stats of the horse at level 1. The types of horse are as follows:

- Agile: Speedy horses possess high Speed and Acceleration, with their highest growth being in those areas.
- Control: Drifters have high Brake and Turn stats, with their highest growth being in those areas.
- Control: Balanced horses have stats that are balanced all around including their growth.

 

 

Status


The horse statuses are as follows:

Breeding Count

Stallions can breed twice, and Mares can only breed once.

You can reset a horse’s breeding count with Horse Breeding Reset.

Remaining Time

Only applies to event horses.

It can only be used during a certain period of time.

Brand

You can “brand” a horse with a Mount Brand Spell Stone,

which increases the chance of the horse learning a skill every time they level up while branded.

 

Resurrecting Horses

When your horse has died, you can go to the closest Stable Keeper and revive it. However, you can also revive the horse on the spot by using Tears of the Wind. The horse will be revived with full health and endurance at that location.

Tears of the Wind do not only apply to horses but also to all “personal mounts” such as Miniature Elephants, and Epheria Sailboats. It will be a useful just-in-case item to keep in your inventory.

 

 

Skill


When a horse levels up, it can learn a new skill at a set probability. The skills that a horse can learn depends on the tier and type of the horse.

Check your horse into a stable to view the list of available skills for a horse. You can also use the interaction wheel, go to Mount Information, and check the skills there!

Lastly, for the “S” skills specific to Tier 8 horses, previous skills must be learned before they can be acquired.

Horse Skill Types & Effects

Fore Chop

Press B/O for a front leg kick

Hind Kick

Press ↓+ B/O for a back leg kick

Drift

Press ← or → + ↓ while running to turn towards the desired direction

Sprint

Press ↑+ LT/L2 while running to sprint even faster (requires saddle to be equipped)

Start Accel

Press A/X to raise the front legs and press ↑ to accelerate forward

High Jump

While sprinting, press A/X to jump over obstacles

Quick Stop

Press ↓ while running to stop with minimal braking distance

Instant Accel

Press B/X while running to accelerate and burst forward

Charge

Press LB/L1 to suddenly charge forward and attack enemies or buildings ahead (requires champron to be equipped)

Sideways

Press ← or → to move sideways without changing the direction of your horse

Quick Back

Press ↓ to quickly move backward

Streak Leap

You can perform consecutive jumps

Roar

Press B/O while standing still to make your horse neigh.

It gives a buff to players that recovers HP and MP (requires stirrups to be equipped)

Caution

Automatically walk backwards from high terrains

Quick Ride

Mount your horse quickly

S: Fore Chop

Press B/O to perform an even more powerful kick (Tier 8 exclusive skill)

S: Hind Kick

Press ↓ + B/O to perform an even more powerful back kick (Tier 8 exclusive skill)

S: Instant Accel

While sprinting, press B/O to continuously charge forward. (Tier 8 exclusive skill)

S: Sideways

Move sideways more quickly (Tier 8 exclusive skill)

Two-Seater

Allow guild or party members to hop on for a ride (Certain Tier 6-8 exclusive skill)

PlayStation users may use X rather than O, depending on their settings.

 

Skill Training Minigame

After you’ve learned the skills, a mini-game will appear at a set probability when you use the skills. Completing the mini-games will increase your proficiency with the skill.

You may be launched off your horse upon failing the mini-game, but if successful at the game, you will earn greater proficiency with that skill.

When you have acquired 100% proficiency with the skill, the mini-games will no longer appear.

 

 

Raising a Horse


Training Level Effect

As you reach a higher training level, your horse will gain more EXP and your chances of taming a wild horse will be increased. No need to worry about increasing your training level as this will naturally occur as you raise your horses. You can also speed up this process through taming wild horses.

 

 

Leveling a Horse

The quickest way to raising your horse is to travel around through manual control, but it is also recommended that you set up looped auto-pathing during the times when you’re not playing the game. Hold LT/L2 on the World-Map and press Y/△ to set the destination of an auto-pathing route. Then click to your current location to create a looped route. The auto-pathed route is indicated in green, so check the color to make sure it has been set up properly.

After you’ve mounted your horse, you can activate the function to auto-feed your horse carrots. If you have enough carrots in your inventory, you will find yourself automatically moving back and forth on the set route while using carrots to automatically recover stamina.

Straight paths are the best as an auto-pathed route, but be mindful that if there is the potential threat of being killed by another player (PK-ed). It is wise to set a shorter route between towns.

 

 

 

Items that Help your Horse’s Growth

Trainer's Clothes

Mount EXP +10% (Cannot be enhanced)

Silver Embroidered Trainer's Clothes

Movement Speed +1

Mount EXP +5%

EXP increases with every enhancement

Fine Horse Trainer's Clothes

Movement Speed +1

Mount EXP +7%

 Exchanged with “Golden Seal - [Imperial Training]”

 EXP increases with every enhancement

Venia Riding Attire

Mount EXP +20%

Can be equipped with Trainer’s Clothes

Value Pack

Mount EXP +30% with Pearl items

You can also increase the horse’s EXP gain by using elixirs such as the “Elixir of Training,” but these have a short duration and it does not increase the EXP significantly, so it is best to use it when truly necessary.

 

Horse Market


You can tame and raise a wild horse, but the fastest way to obtain a good horse is via the Horse Market. The Horse Market can be found via the stable keepers in big cities.

Horses at the Horse Market are traded differently from the Central Market. Horse prices will be automatically calculated according to the horse’s Tier and Level, Remaining Breeding Counts, Current Skills, and other factors.

It is very important to make a smart purchase when it comes to buying a horse. Make sure to check the remaining breeding counts if your main purpose is Breeding and purchase a Lv. 1 horse with a decent Tier.

It is mandatory to check stats and skills if you don’t want to train your horse. Same goes for selling horses.

While you may receive more money for selling a higher-level horse, it also involves the risk of not being sold if it hasn’t acquired a good selection of skills. Be mindful about who your sales target might be or you can simply supply the horse to the Imperial Horse Delivery NPC.

▲ Use the Horse Market by talking to Stable Keepers in big cities

 

 

Breeding Market


 

Breeding can only be carried out through the Breeding Market available at certain Stables. Only stallions with remaining Breeding Counts can be registered on the Breeding Market.

First, select a mare and click on “Request Breeding” to select a stallion you wish to breed with.

 

▲ Choose a mare with remaining breed counts to Request Breeding

During this process, the owner of the mare will have to pay a breeding fee to the owner of the stallion. You can also choose to breed among your own horses by checking the “Personal Use Only” option when you register the stallion on the Breeding Market.

This way, the stallion will only be visible to you in the “My Registration List” and you can request to carry on with the breeding process.

After some time has passed after breeding, you will receive a foal. However, be mindful that a space must be available in the stable in order to receive your foal. Lastly, the stats of the foal are affected by the tier and level of their parents so it’s best to be mindful of this and utilize your horses to your advantage.

* Stats of the foal are not only impacted by the level of the parents but as well as their skills!

In the case that the parent horses have acquired great skills such as Sprint, Instant Accel, etc., the chances of the foal being born into a fine horse will also increase! Also be mindful that if you get really lucky, you may even receive a fine Tier 8 horse from breeding two 6 Tier horses at level 30.

However, horses with a level above 30 will not have their breeding odds increased.

 

 

 

Exchange


Exchange works like Breeding. You can only use it with stabled horses, but the horses used in the exchange will disappear.

A horse obtained from the exchange is influenced by their parents just like a foal gained from Breeding.

It is common to exchange a horse with no more breeding counts since there is a breeding count limit.

 

▲ Please note that the two horses used for Exchange Horse will disappear

 

 

Imperial Horse Delivery


When a horse becomes Lv. 15, Imperial Horse Delivery will be available at the Stable.

The price will be lower than selling it on the Central Market but it will be exchanged for Silver right away and you can also obtain Golden Seal - [Imperial Training] depending on the tier, which can be exchanged for other items.

 

▲ Imperial Horse Delivery is up to you! After selling your horses, you can obtain Golden Seal - [Imperial Training] and Silver.

 

 

Courser System


A horse that learns Charge, Drift, and other skills will be classified as a “Courser”.

When a horse becomes a Courser, all Breeding Market/Horse Market/Imperial Delivery prices will significantly increase compared to normal horses.

Also, a foal born from two Courser Breeding will be born with 2 inherited skills. A foal born from Breeding a Courser and a normal horse will be able to have up to 2 inherited skills.

 

▲ Learn certain skills according to the tier and this icon will change to gold unlike the normal silver icon of regular horses.

A Lv. 30 Tier 8 Courser can do Courser Training via NPC Gula in Stonetail Horse Ranch. After completing Courser Training, A Courser can attempt awakening and be reborn as a “Dream Horse” with special abilities.

Tier

Courser Skills

(Classified “Courser” upon learning all skills)

Tier 1~2

Charge

Tier 3~4

Charge, Drift

Tier 5~6

Charge, Drift, Sprint

Tier 7

Charge, Drift, Sprint, Instant Accel, Sideways

Tier 8

Charge, Drift, Sprint, Instant Accel, Sideways, S: Instant Accel, S: Sideways

 

 

Courser – Dream Horse Awakening!


You can think of Tier 8 Courser as the prep stage for Dream Horses.

 

▲ A Tier 8 Courser can use “Courser Training” menu at the Stable.

 

You need special materials for Courser Training.

The special materials are Pure Forest Breath, Rainbow Gem Fruit, Breezy Conch Seaweed, Deep Blue Hoof Root, Stonetail Fodder and Spirit Pouch of Ferocious Beast obtainable by gathering, fishing or defeating monsters.

Use these materials to increase a Courser’s Skill, Elegance, and Strength. When all training categories add up to 200%, this Courser can now attempt Dream Horse Awakening.

You have to feed the Courser at least two of the materials to reach a total of 200% in training.

Item Name

How to Obtain

Effects

Pure Forest Breath

Randomly obtained after defeating all region monsters

Courser Strength Training +1%

Rainbow Gem Fruit

Exchange with

Golden Seal - [Imperial Delivery] x10  that can be obtained from Courser Training Reward Box

Courser Skill Training +1%

Breezy Conch Seaweed

Randomly obtained after Fishing

Courser Elegance Training +1%

Deep Blue Hoof Root

Randomly obtained

after Gathering

Courser Strength Training +1%

Stonetail Fodder

Simple Cooking Farming byproducts

Courser Skill Training +1%

Spirit Pouch of Ferocious Beast

Hunt Blue Whale and Khalk

Courser Elegance Training +1%

Mysterious Blue Conch

Exchange with Season Rewards, events and others

Courser Elegance Training +2%

Brilliant Crimson Fire Flower

Exchange with Season Rewards, events and others

Courser Strength Training +2%

Fruit of Yianaros

Exchange with Season Rewards, events and others

Courser Skill Training +2%

 

▲ Courser Training UI. Train each category (Skill, Elegance, Strength) to reach a total of 200% in training.

When you’ve succeeded in Awakening:
A high investment in the Skill category will increase your chance of getting an Arduanatt
A high investment in the Elegance category will increase your chance of getting a Diné
A high investment in the Strength category will increase your chance of getting a Doom

Also, when reaching a total of 200% in training, any category without any investment will not have a chance of that horse type appearing.

For instance, when reaching 200% in training with 100% in Skill and 100% in Strength, there is a 50-50 chance of receiving an Arduanatt or Doom, but no chance of getting a Diné. Each category can reach a maximum of 180% and when going over 100% in training, each training item you feed it will have its efficacy reduced by 50%.

When reaching 200% across all Skill, Elegance and Strength categories, prepare a “Krogdalo's Origin Stone” to attempt Awakening.

Simple Alchemy Swaying Wind Shard x25 and Rumbling Earth Shard x25 that can be obtained from Exchanging Shiny Golden Seal - [Imperial Training], Peridot Leaf or other methods to obtain Krogdalo's Origin Stone x1.

One stone will be consumed for every Awakening attempt.

 

▲ Simple Alchemy Swaying Wind Shard x25 with Rumbling Earth Shard x25 and combine them.

 

※ The percentage of Skill, Elegance and Strength will reset when failing on awakening.

Only 50% of the total training percentage will disappear when failing an Awakening attempt using Cron Stones (but any decimal amounts will be removed). Every time you fail, the chance to succeed in future Awakening attempts will increase. When you succeed in Awakening, your Tier 8 Courser will be reborn as a Tier 1 Dream Arduanatt, Diné, or Doom.

As you level up, your horse can learn skills according to a certain probability.

Arduanatt has 3 unique skills from birth:
“Courser's Spirit”, which automatically recovers HP and Stamina little by little when unmounted, “Double Jump”, and “Wings of Wind” for gliding.

Diné is born with “Earth of Life” which recovers 300 HP, as well as 300 MP/WP/SP every 3 sec for 60 sec for the owner and up to 9 of their allies, along with the skills “Courser's Spirit” and “Double Jump”.

Doom is born with “Dark Flame Steps”, a powerful melee attack that can inflict flame damage to nearby enemies as well as “Courser’s Spirit” and “Double Jump”.

Additionally, the skill “Dark Sprint” can be learned according to a certain probability.

Dark Sprint is a skill in which you can move faster during S: Instant Accel and inflicts damage to nearby enemies, surrounding them with flames.

 

 

Equestropedia


During the September 28th maintenance (UTC+1), all wild horses have been changed to appear in Tier 6 or Tier 7 and Tier 1-5 wild horses don’t appear anymore.

Also during the same maintenance, a new horse appearance for Tier 7 and 8 has been added.

 

▲ Newly added Tier 7 Wild Horse

 

▲ 2 newly added Tier 8 Horse appearances

 

 

The appearance of horses that are Tier 6 or higher that you will encounter as Wild Horses or through breeding:

Tier 6
Learnable Skills







Tier 7
Learnable Skills






From 7-4 to 7-9:




Tier 8
Learnable Skills






From 8-3 to 8-5:




Dream Horse
Learnable Skills




Arduanatt



Diné



Doom

 

Dream Horses

The Arduanatt Dream Horse can use their ability to glide to maneuver through paths unfathomable for other horses. Especially around cliffside terrain that other horses cannot easily leap across, it’s masterful mobility certainly shines.

Diné can benefit nearby allies with its Earth of Life skill. It’s the master of desert terrain, demonstrating overwhelming mobility in these regions other horses cannot run.

Dream Doom can attack enemies for great damage with skills that deal flame damage. During S: Instant Accel, it can move much faster than other horses.

 

 

Horse Gear


There are five pieces of horse gear in total. Each piece increases a horse’s stats and may be a requirement for using certain skills.

Horse gear can also be enhanced like normal gear. The max enhancement rate for horse gear is +10.

Basic horse gear can be purchased from a Stable Keeper NPC but for the best stats, it’s better to craft horse gear yourself or purchase it from the Central Market.

The Storm Horse Gear Set, green-grade gear, or a Fighting Spirit Horse Gear Set can be obtained by exchanging "Golden Seal - [Imperial Training]”.

The “Granverre” Horse Gear Set, a high blue-grade horse gear set, can be crafted from the Horse Gear Workshop at Stonetail Horse Ranch.

Available horse gear is as follows:

 

Shabby Horse Gear Set:

Purchase from Stable NPC

Part

Basic

Enhancement +10

Shabby Leather Barding

All DP +10

All DP +30

Shabby Leather Saddle

Max HP +225

Max Stamina +1000

Turn +1%

Max HP +360

Max Stamina +3000

Turn +3%

Shabby Hide Stirrups

All Evasion +5

Brake 1%

All Evasion +15

Brake +3%

 

Light Horse Gear Set:

Craft in Horse Gear Workshop

Part

Basic

Enhancement +10

Light Red Plumed Champron

Max HP +338

Acceleration +2%

Max HP +540

Acceleration +4%

Light Hide Barding

All DP +14

All DP +42

Light Hide Saddle

Max HP +113

Max Stamina +2000

Turn +2%

Max HP +180

Max Stamina +6000

Turn +4%

Light Hide Stirrups

All Evasion +10

Brake +2%

All Evasion +30

Brake +4%

Light Iron Horseshoe

Movement Speed +2%

Movement Speed +6%

 

Combat Horse Gear Set:

Craft in Horse Gear Workshop

Part

Basic

Enhancement +10

Steel Combat Champron

Movement Speed -1%

Max HP +428

Acceleration +1.5%

Movement Speed -1%

Max HP +684

Acceleration +3.5%

Steel Combat Barding

Movement Speed -2%

All DP +20

Movement Speed -2%

All DP +60

Leather Combat Saddle

Max HP +428

Max Stamina +1400

All DP +5

Turn +1.5%

Max HP +684

Max Stamina +4200

All DP +15

Turn +3.5%

Leather Combat Stirrups

All Evasion +5

All DP +5

Brake +1.5%

All Evasion +15

All DP +15

Brake +3.5%

Steel Combat Horseshoe

Movement Speed +1.5%

All DP +5

Movement Speed +5%

All DP +15

 

Storm Horse Gear Set:

Exchange with Golden Seal - [Imperial Training]

Part

Basic

Enhancement +10

Feather Champron of Storm

Max HP +450

Acceleration +2%

Max HP +720

Acceleration +5%

Light Leather Barding of Storm

All DP +18

All DP +54

Light Leather Saddle of Storm

Max HP +450

Max Stamina +2400

Turn +2%

Max HP +720

Max Stamina +7200

Turn +5%

Light Leather Stirrups of Storm

All Evasion +20

Brake +2%

All Evasion +40

Brake +5%

Light Leather Horseshoe of Storm

Movement Speed +2.5%

Turn +2%

Movement Speed +6.5%

Turn +2%

 

Fighting Spirit Horse Gear Set:

Exchange with Golden Seal - [Imperial Training]

Part

Basic

Enhancement +10

Steel Champron of Fighting Spirit

Movement Speed -1%

Max HP +540

Acceleration +1.5%

Movement Speed -1%

Max HP +864

Acceleration +4.5%

Steel Barding of Fighting Spirit

Movement Speed -2%

All DP +24

Movement Speed -2%

All DP +72

Leather Saddle of Fighting Spirit

Max HP +540

Max Stamina +1800

All DP +5

Turn +1.5%

Max HP +864

Max Stamina +5400

All DP +15

Turn +4.5%

Leather Stirrups of Fighting Spirit

All Evasion +10

All DP +10

Brake +1.5%

All Evasion +20

All DP +20

Brake +4.5%

Steel Horseshoe of Fighting Spirit

Movement Speed +2%

Turn +2%

All DP +5

Movement Speed +5.5%

Turn +2%

All DP +15

 

Granverre Horse Gear Set:

Craft in Horse Gear Workshop (Stonetail Horse Ranch)

Part

Basic

Enhancement +10

Granverre Feather Champron

Max HP +600

Acceleration +3%

Max HP +1500

Acceleration +8%

Granverre Leather Barding

All DP +40

Max HP +300

All DP +105

Max HP +1200

Granverre Leather Saddle

Max HP +600

Max Stamina +2500

Turn +3%

Max HP +1500

Max Stamina +10000

Turn +8%

Granverre Leather Stirrups

All Evasion +20

All DP +10

Brake +3%

All Evasion +45

All DP +35

Brake +8%

Granverre Metal Horseshoe

Movement Speed +3%

Turn +3%

All DP +5

Movement Speed +8%

Turn +3%

All DP +20

 

Krogdalo's Horse Gear - Earth Set:

Craft in Horse Gear Workshop (Stonetail Horse Ranch)

Part

Basic

Enhancement +10

Krogdalo's Champron - Earth

All DP +5

Max HP +600

Acceleration +3%

All DP +20

Max HP +1500

Acceleration +8%

Krogdalo's Barding - Earth

All DP +40

Max HP +450

All DP +105

Max HP +1800

Krogdalo's Saddle - Earth

Max HP +600

Max Stamina +2750

Turn +3%

Max HP +1500

Max Stamina +12500

Turn +8%

Krogdalo's Stirrups - Earth

All Evasion +20

All DP +10

Max HP +750

Brake +3%

All Evasion + 45

All DP +35

Max HP +1875

Brake +8%

Krogdalo's Horseshoe - Earth

Max Stamina +2750

Movement Speed +3%

Turn +3%

Max Stamina+12500

Movement Speed +8%

Turn +3%

 

Krogdalo's Horse Gear – Earth:

Craft in Horse Gear Workshop (Stonetail Horse Ranch)

3-Set Effect

Earth Slam (Charge)

Charge attack area +70%

Charge AP +50%

4-Set Effect

Earth's Echo

(S: Fore Chop)

Knockdown 60% enemies within 3.5 m radius

S: Fore Chop AP +50%

5-Set Effect

Earth's Roar

(S: Earth's Roar)

Damage Reduction +3 and Evasion +3 to 10 allies for 60 min (including self

Krogdalo's Horse Gear – Wind:

Craft in Horse Gear Workshop (Stonetail Horse Ranch)

3-Set Effect

Wind Gust (Charge)

Charge speed +30%

Charge damage +50%

4-Set Effect

Wind's Echo

(S: Fore Chop)

Knockback damage +70%

S: Fore Chop damage +50% to enemies within 3.5m radius

5-Set Effect

Wind's Roar (Roar)

AP +5 to 10 allies for 60 min

(including self)

Krogdalo's Horse Gear – Sea:

Craft in Horse Gear Workshop (Stonetail Horse Ranch)

3-Set Effect

Rising Tide (Charge)

Enemy's Movement Speed -20%

Charge AP +50%

4-Set Effect

Ocean's Echo

(S: Fore Chop)

Attack/Casting Speed -20% of enemies within 3.5m radius

5-Set Effect

Ocean's Roar (Roar)

Max HP/Stamina +100 to 10 allies for 60 min

(including self)

 

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