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Royal mounts are a tier 3[2] class of flying mounts available to Maires of metropolis nodes and Rois et Reines of Châteaux de guilde. Royal mounts can also be dropped from legendary world bosses.[3][4]

Generally flying is not something that we're going to be doing in this game and there's a lot of reasons for that: Some of it is economic, some of it is ... you create this really great looking world and we don't want you flying over all the time.[5]Jeffrey Bard

At any given point in time you're gonna see anywhere from 10 to maybe at max I would say around 20 based off of the legendary world boss timers. Probably 20 people who have flying abilities.[7]Steven Sharif

There are different types of royal mounts.[4]

Dragons are a class of these royal mounts. You can get different types of royal mounts. They don't have to be dragons. They could be some other type of legendary mythical creature... It will be an epic looking large-scale creature and people will notice you and it while you are approaching.[4]Steven Sharif

List of royal mounts

Royal mount limitations

The maximum flight time on a royal mount is probably limited between 20 and 30 minutes. This will limit the range of effectiveness for these mounts.[4]

There will be a flight time associated with it, but the flight time will be considerable. We're thinking probably between 20 and 30 minutes. So will that limit the range of effectiveness? Yes it will limit the range of effectiveness for that particular mount. [4]Steven Sharif

Ecuries Royale

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Ecuries Royale are a type of building in Ashes of Creation.[4]

  • Castles come with a royal stables.[4]
  • Maires can choose to build royal stables within their node. Once chosen, the community will need to build the stables through quests.[4]
  • Royal mounts must be mounted in a royal stables in order to fly.[4]

The royal mounts will be the only class of mounts that can fully fly in the world; and they are will be needed to be mounted while in a royal stables. Royal stables are a building that can be built in a node if elected to be built by the mayor and supported by the community building it up through the quests to do so; and castles come with a royal stable as well. So once you have a royal stable and you become that Mayor or King or Queen, you may then mount the creature there and then take it wherever you wish.[4]Steven Sharif

Dragons

Des Dragons (parfois appelés Wyrmlings) peuvent être utilisés comme mountures, d'autres seront des PNJs : certains seront des bosses ou des monstres que les joueurs pourront combattre.[16]

Nous le réservons à un très très petit nombre de personnes par serveur, ce qui va également le rendre beaucoup plus significatif lorsque ces dragons volants entrent en jeu pour certains événements.[5]Steven Sharif

Abilities

Les dragons sont des montures volantes épiques avec de grandes capacités de combat, tel que des souffles en AoE, des plongeons depuis les airs, et d'autres encore.[20][4]

Les dragons auront beaucoup de capacités en PvP. C'est leurs fonctions premières, parce qu'ils seront en relation avec les châteaux et leurs sièges, ainsi que les nœuds et leurs sièges. Nous voulons que les dragons aient de larges possibilités lors des raids de joueurs.[4]Steven Sharif

Undermounts

The guild leader of a castle can grant the use of flying undermounts (such as wyrmlings) to guild officers during a castle siege.[21][22][23][24]

  • These may only be granted if the castle nodes are successfully established prior to the siege.[24]
    • Node A grants 1 undermount, Node B grants 2 undermounts, and Node C grants 2 undermounts.[25]
  • This system is subject to change during testing.[25]

Little wyrmlings that you can grant to officers if you're a castle owner, and they can fly around too.[22]Steven Sharif

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