Getting the first horse / mount – how to do it?
It’s pretty simple to do it over on another character. If you wanna still use your original you can just level the new character to level 10 and you’ll get the horse across all characters. Get to level 5. Free mount.
Visit twitch.amazon.com/eso and click “Claim Offer” Log in to ESO and find your new mount and pet in your Collections menu.
Food. Horses can be fed once every 20 hours with either apples, hay or oats. Feeding a horse costs 250 gold every time, but increases some of its stats depending on which food type you’re feeding them with. Apple increases their movement speed by 1%, hay increases stamina and oats increase your horse’s carry capacity.
You cannot call your horse in unmodded Skyrim. However, it normally appears after you fast travel. … This allows you to summon a ghostly horse called Arvak pretty much anywhere, which should be the next best thing (unless you’re dedicated to Shadowmere like I am).
When you get to your destination, you’ll see a NPC, and this NPC is the uncle who can give you free horses. You choose to talk to the uncle.
You can only get them by using real life cash, no in game way.
There are four horses you can buy with gold. They are at any stablemaster, located in most major cities. Look for the horse head icon on the map. Cheapest horse costs 10k gold.
There are several ways for you to get crowns in The Elder Scrolls Online:
At the bottom of the interface, the Mount button causes the player to summon the selected mount. At the top right, the Summon Random Favorite Mount button will summon a random selection from the player’s current favorites. Players can also drag mount icons to their action bars for more convenient summoning.
More than one MMORPG has mount quests, ESO is not one of them. Yet. But mounts in-game (not related to anything from the Crown Store) are outdated. Before the B2P change, you *had* to buy a mount at a stable with gold, and to speed up the feeding for training time sink you had to pay a LOT of gold.
Flying was omitted from the design of ESO as part of level design, hence the wayshrine system, which can actually be faster than some MMOs with flying for long distances. … You even fly (well, levitate way up) at the end of Dragonstar Arena.