The horse will usually be within the range of Detect Life or Aura whisper, after a battle. If that fails, you can fast travel to any nearby location. You should find your horse waiting nearby the fast travel spot (or in the nearest stable, if you fast traveled to a city).
The horse can’t “disappear” permanently, just like your companions can’t. … If you fast travel inside a city, the horse will usually be teleported to a stable outside the city or to some other location around there if the city doesn’t have one.
Only a horse that you own will follow you. This means either purchasing one from a stable for 1000g or earning one via a quest reward such as the dark brotherhood’s Shadowmare. Wild and stolen horses don’t follow you. If you are on the PC version, you can open the console, click on the horse, and type “setownership”.
Dragon Riding is a new feature in Skyrim: Dragonborn that allows the player to tame and ride Dragons. The process involves using a Dragon Shout to cause a Dragon to temporarily become your ally, and speaking to it once it lands lets you ride it into the sky and almost anywhere else.
Yes, she can die.
Yes, the horse is worth it. In my case (new playthrough) the horse is absolutely necessary. I would consider the horse the most important “item”, at least for me. Former playthrough was to level 43, over 242K in gold, at least that much in stored loot, owned every obtainable house in Skyrim, and too many open quests.
No, there is absolutely no difference, whether you’re on foot, on a stolen horse, on a horse you own, or near a horse you own. Tested by fast traveling between Riften stables and Markarth stables. the trip always took 26 hours and 5 minutes.
You just have to open console, write resurrect 1 and click on the horse.
Frost is one of three unique horses in Skyrim and appears outside Black Briar Lodge once the quest Promises to Keep has been initiated. He can be obtained at the end of the quest if you persuade Louis Letrush to give him to you. If you mount another horse, Frost will remain wherever he was at that time.
Frost is the fastest, Shadowmere has the most health, and Arvak can be conjured. Frost is also the most aggressive. Shadowmere is awesome, Arvak is versatile.
Yes, it regenerates, but it still can die. Proceeding through the Dark Brotherhood questline gets you a horse called Shadowmere, which has a ton of health and stamina.
How exactly can you cheat on your wife in this game? It is impossible.
Any general goods store will take them: the two ones you’ll hit early on are the Riverwood Trader in Riverwood and Belethor’s General Goods in Whiterun. Others include: Arnleif and Sons Trading Company in Markarth.