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 ===== Mount ===== ===== Mount =====
  
-mount is a type of [[Gear|Gear]] [[equip|equipped]] in the mount slot, of which there is one. Mounts are commonly used in [[combat|combat]] [[scenario|scenarios]] as well as some [[exploration|exploration]] scenarios. If a mount is equipped, the equipping [[entity|entity]] is said to be mounted.+Mount is a type of [[Gear|Gear]] [[equip|equipped]] in the Mount slot, of which there is one. Mounts are commonly used in [[combat|combat]] [[scenario|scenarios]] as well as some [[exploration|exploration]] scenarios. If a Mount is equipped, the equipping [[entity|entity]] is said to be mounted.
  
-The [[DM|DM]] may determine that a mount is unable to follow the [[PC|PCs]] into a particular area or otherwise participate in a scenario. In these cases, the mount is unequipped but not typically lost.+The [[DM|DM]] may determine that a Mount is unable to follow the [[PC|PCs]] into a particular area or otherwise participate in a scenario. In these cases, the Mount is unequipped but not typically lost.
  
-While mount is equippedtwo-handed [[weapon|weapons]] cannot be used unless otherwise specifiedSome weapons can only be used while mounted.+If Mount and its owner become separatedit is often possible for the owner to call the Mount on their turn; the Mount may then move toward the ownerWhether or not this is possible and the path the Mount takes are determined by the DM on a case-by-case basis.
  
-In combatthe position of mounts should ​be tracked even when not equippedMounts will follow their owner about whenever possible, moving at the same time as the owning entity; howeverany restrictions they confer on movement (such as climbing) also apply when they move about on their ownwhich can prevent them from following. ​Mounts ​can only be equipped if they occupy the same section as their owner. Some mounts may have special exceptions ​to these rules.+GenerallyMounts cannot ​be specifically targeted and slainThis is primarily to avoid the problem caused by permanent loss of [[Wealth|Wealth]] as well as the general frustration that may ensue. Insteadthere are various mechanisms to force a target to unequip a Mountand some Mounts ​have limited [[Reaction|Reactions]] to emulate their ability to be targeted ​to an extent within a battle.
  
-If mount and its owner become separated, it is often possible for the owner to call the mount on their turn; the mount may then move toward the owner. Whether or not this is possible ​and the path the mount takes are determined by the DM on a case-by-case basis.+The DM may determine that Mount is lost or slain, however, especially as a result of failing a scenario. Particularly when expensive Mounts are lost in this manner, ​the DM should offer additional rewards later so the PC can recoup ​the loss (and perhaps some immediately to reflect ​the lack of continued upkeep for the lost Mount).
  
-Generally, mounts cannot be specifically targeted and slain in battle. This is primarily ​to avoid the problem caused by permanent loss of [[Wealth|Wealth]] as well as the general frustration that may ensue. Instead, there are various mechanisms to force a target to unequip a mount, and some mounts have limited [[Reaction|Reactions]] to emulate their ability to be targeted to an extent within ​battle.+No training ​is required ​to equip Mount.
  
-The DM may determine that a mount is lost or slain, however, especially as a result of failing a scenario. Particularly when expensive mounts are lost in this manner, the DM should offer additional rewards later so the PC can recoup the loss.+==== Combat ====
  
-No training ​is required ​to equip a mount.+While a Mount is equipped, two-handed [[weapon|Weapons]] cannot be used unless otherwise specified. 
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 +In combat, the position of Mounts should be tracked even when not equipped. Mounts will follow their owner about whenever possible, moving at the same time as the owning entity; however, any restrictions they confer on movement (such as [[climb|climbing]]) also apply when they move about on their own, which can prevent them from following. Mounts can only be equipped if they occupy the same [[section|section]] as their owner. Some Mounts may have special exceptions ​to these rules.
  
 For more information,​ see [[Player'​s Guide Chapter 7|Player'​s Guide Chapter 7: Gear and Wealth]]. For more information,​ see [[Player'​s Guide Chapter 7|Player'​s Guide Chapter 7: Gear and Wealth]].
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