Healing Destriers

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Healing Destriers

Postby jilliana » Mon May 19, 2014 8:35 am

Though it is rare, there is the occasion where a Templar would need to heal a severe wound on a destrier. In light of this, I would like to suggest a means for a Templar to have the horse lay down so we can remove the armor long enough to heal them via poultice.
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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby Rias » Mon May 19, 2014 10:55 am

I'm lazy. Mounts should now bandageable regardless of armoredness or standing/lying positions.
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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby Elystole » Mon May 19, 2014 12:41 pm

Rias wrote:I'm lazy. Mounts should now bandageable regardless of armoredness or standing/lying positions.


That makes more sense anyways. You wouldn't want a horse to be lying down to take its armor off.
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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby jilliana » Mon May 19, 2014 2:15 pm

Thank you Rias!
CHAT - Sir Alexander Candelori: Truly a man is an abomination that does not dip his french fries into his chocolate frosty.
Bryce flatly says, "Just fair warning: If one of those things webs me, I'm going to scream like a girl."
You overhear the following rumor:
"There's an old man that can sometimes be seen walking around with a trunk, rumor has it he takes it to the stables and gets naked in front of the horses before changing clothes from the trunk."
You think to yourself, "Who could that old man be?"

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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby Lun » Mon May 19, 2014 6:49 pm

Mounts being bandageable is great!

In other slightly more off topic news, I read Heating Destriers and I thought the update was so that if you rode a horse, you'd get warmed up from... your heating destrier. Weird.

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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby Jirato » Tue May 20, 2014 12:50 pm

Only the Grand Touring model of destrier comes with the optional heated saddles, low profile horeshoes, and fog lamps (don't ask where those go).

It's an extra 15000 riln. But they have Bluetooth too!

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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby Elystole » Tue May 20, 2014 1:09 pm

Jirato wrote:Only the Grand Touring model of destrier comes with the optional heated saddles, low profile horeshoes, and fog lamps (don't ask where those go).

It's an extra 15000 riln. But they have Bluetooth too!


Make those horseshoes iron and I bet you could squeeze twice that out of the Templars. And you wouldn't need to give them the other stuff.
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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby Noctere » Tue May 20, 2014 1:36 pm

When I first read the heading for this topic I thought someone was asking for Destriers that could heal.

I imagined a horse dressed in a long flowing garb of white, adorned with holy symbols. The destrier would then nobly raise its majestic hoof, glowing with a bright thaumaturgic aura and with only a slight wiggle of its foot you would be healed from your afflictions and filled with horsey goodness.


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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby Avedri » Tue May 20, 2014 1:37 pm

Someone is a closet brony.

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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby Xzean » Tue May 20, 2014 3:03 pm

Closet? Those doors are wide open.

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Re: Healing Destriers

Postby jilliana » Wed May 21, 2014 1:51 am

I would totally go for the iron horseshoes. I wouldn't pay the 15000 riln though. The Viali would have to settle for getting that amount of my recognition points.
The turn this thread took is definitely amusing. :D
CHAT - Sir Alexander Candelori: Truly a man is an abomination that does not dip his french fries into his chocolate frosty.
Bryce flatly says, "Just fair warning: If one of those things webs me, I'm going to scream like a girl."
You overhear the following rumor:
"There's an old man that can sometimes be seen walking around with a trunk, rumor has it he takes it to the stables and gets naked in front of the horses before changing clothes from the trunk."
You think to yourself, "Who could that old man be?"

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