To spawn the horse you want, type the following into the console: player. PlaceAtMe
Horses for Followers will make new horses available to buy at all the main stables Better Follower Improvements will enable your companion to ride them and follow you. To make followers mount their steeds, all you need to do is mount your own and they will follow suit.
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.
The Unicorn is a unique horse which can be found near the pond just west of Lost Prospect Mine during the related quest. It is a wild horse and must be tamed by continuing to mount it until it breaks. Once tamed, the Unicorn becomes an owned mount.8 мая 2020 г.
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You will need to actually buy a horse for 1000G or earn one through a quest, wild or stolen horses will usually end up back where they started. Once you own a horse they will not necessarily follow behind you though either. The horse you own will always wait for you outside towns etc. at the local stables.
Normally a horse in Skyrim will cost you 1,000 Gold, or you’ll have to steal one.
One can own multiple types of horses and multiple horses of the same type. The horse last ridden or fast traveled with is the one that accompanies the Dragonborn. Any other owned horses return to the stable where they were purchased. Stables can be built for manors in the Hearthfire DLC.
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.
Nope,; if you try to buy another horse, the guy will say that you bought his last one. Hey Bethesda!
If you have a high enough Illusion skill, you can use the Calm or Fear spells or their higher-level versions to prevent your follower or horse from attacking.
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.