Post by BlackCat13 on Jul 24, 2019 20:28:11 GMT -9
I don't know about the rest of you, but I really appreciate Xtea's free draft horses. Without them, none of the wagons in my AD&D games would get anywhere. I do use some of Dave Okum's goats and large riding dogs to pull carts, but the only wagon-pulling power I have are Xtea's Clydesdale-like draft horses. He also gave us some Shetland ponies to use as pack horses and Dave Okum lightened their load with his cute little donkey with its variable load-out. The Horde also presented us with those tiny bog ponies to carry packs, too. We need more draft animals, though. Traditionally, oxen were employed very frequently as pack and draft animals throughout Europe and Asia. In a lot of Asia, so were buffalo. We need mules and actual horses equipped with packs. We need some lighter horses fitted with harnesses to pull the lighter loads. Not every wagon passing on the road should be pulled by identical teams, should it? A knight would be riding a larger, heavier horse than a courier, right? Then a hay rick would be pulled by a less powerful team than a coal wain. A wagon full of straw would way much less than a wagon full of anthracite.Give it a bash. I'm sure someone out there has the solution to my horsepower problem.
Last Edit: Jul 24, 2019 20:28:47 GMT -9 by BlackCat13
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Vermin King: That was a whole lot easier than expected. One click
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