...too bad we can't see the face of those who had a camel, while they were hoping to get that super cool senche.
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I'm an animal lover generally, but big cats are a favourite of mine and especially clouded leopards. So the clouded-senche leopard is easily my favourite mount. It's so unusual to see them in games at all, especially as pets/mounts rather than enemies or background creatures that it was a must-have for me. Plus my main character is a khajiit from the Tenmar forest in southern Elsweyr, so it's perfect for her.
But I like a lot of the others too. I've got and use numerous horses (probably too many), all 4 shadowghost mounts (horse, senche, guar, wolf), the ice wolf, the black sabre cat and I'm hoping to get enough gems from free crates to get the elk too.
The only ones I don't have any of are bear and camels because I don't like the way they move. I've tried both on the PTS and even with the camera zoomed out it made me dizzy just watching it.
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The only ones I don't have any of are bear and camels because I don't like the way they move..
Those are the only mounts I've actually bought. I got a guar and a wolf from event crates, and a horse from level-ups. None of them are skeletal, mechanical, or have flames, leaves, or other glowing parts, or they wouldn't be used.
The Witch-Knight Charger is still my favorite mount that I’ve ever seen in the crown store or a crown crate. I’d love to see more gorgeously detailed and culturally unique ‘mundane,’ non-undead, non-Daedric mounts.
I've earned several other types of mounts but they just don't feel right:
- riding a big insect with a wide back would be pretty uncomfortable IRL, because you have to spread your legs wide and can easily slip; just imagine someone hitting you with a well aimed arrow right in the crotch while playing PvP in Cyrodiil.
- riding a cat with a flexible spine is another no-no: if I try to saddle one of mine with something small, they lie down and sneak from under it; if I insist they scratch. Imagine doing that to a 900 lbs tiger on steroids rather than a 9 lbs domestic cat
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