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White Rope Bridle  
 

MAGIC ITEM NO TRADE PLACEABLE
Slot: AMMO
Charges: Unlimited
This item is placeable in yards, guild yards, houses and guild halls.
Effect: Summon Horse (Any Slot, Casting Time: 3.0)
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: ALL
Race: ALL
Item Type:Mount
Stackable:No
Merchant Value:9000 pp 0 gp 0 sp 0 cp
Lucy Entry By:Kerasota
Item Updated By:SwiftyMUSE
Source:Live
IC Last Updated:2020-06-22 07:18:49
Page Updated:Thu Aug 9th, 2018
Shadows of Luclin Item


Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: 1

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Lore:
Galic Amondson in The Bazaar would be willing to purchase this bridle if you no longer have use for it.

Crafted: This item is crafted by players.
Merchants:

Vendor listing - Premium only

Quests: This item is used in quests.
Used in 1 recipe.
Recipe list - Premium only.

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Uploaded November 27th, 2008
Updated November 28th, 2008
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barding armor
# Apr 22 2007 at 1:57 AM Rating: Decent
where can I get the barding armor as I did not purchace to ro expansion it come with platinum
Speed Comparison
# Sep 11 2006 at 4:27 PM Rating: Decent
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Speed Comparison: --

Run0: (29.8 coordinates/sec)


Rope horse/small drum (9k): +7% (31.886 coordinates/second)
Leather horse/medium drum (30k): +43% (42.614 coordinates/second)
Silk horse/large drum (60k) : 78% (53.004 coordinates/second)
Chain horse/giant drum (100k): +114% (63.772 coordinates/second)
Ornate chain horse/glowing Drum/Paladin/Shadowknight AA horse: +150% (74.5 coordinates/second)


Run1: +10% (32.78 coordinates/second)
Run2: +20% (35.76 coordinates/second)
Run3: +30% (38.74 coordinates/second)
Swift Journey 1: +40% (41.72 coordinates/second)
Swift Journey 2: +50% (44.7 coordinates/second)


Jboots: +35% (40.23 coordinates/second)
Tboots: +35% (40.23 coordinates/second)


Spirit of the shrew: +30% (38.74 coordinates/second)
Illusion Scaled Wolf: +45% (43.31 coordinates/second)
Spirit of Wolf: +55% (46.19 coordinates/second)
Spirit of Eagle: +60% (47.68 coordinates/second)
Share Wolf Form: +60% (47.68 coordinates/second)
Share Form of the Great Wolf: +62% (48.276 coordinates/second)
Flight of Eagles: +65% (49.17 coordinates/second)
Spirit of cheetah (selfonly): +115% (64.07 coordinates/second)
Bard speed (at runspeed cap, absolutely max in game): +156% (76.288 coordinates/second)
Speed Comparison
# Sep 30 2009 at 11:18 PM Rating: Decent
So what about monk/bard Weightless Steps AA?
I made a Walkthrough on the Warhorse Quest
# Feb 24 2006 at 1:00 PM Rating: Decent
http://www.crookedcancer.com/45101.html

I made a good walkthrough WITH screen-shots.

Check it out, took me a few hours to put everything together.

Hope y'all like it,

~CC
No increase
# May 14 2004 at 1:23 PM Rating: Default
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153 posts
I've owned too many horses on characters to buy that, the rope do NOT increase movement speed. I don't who started this 25% BS

Try out running a mob

Edited, Fri May 14 14:24:45 2004
RE: No increase
# Aug 25 2004 at 12:44 PM Rating: Excellent
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50 posts
This horse does increase your speed by 25% if you don't have the Run speed AA's.

Run3 is 30%, so if you have Run3 and are riding this horse, your speed will actually decrease.

Horse speed is absolute, and does not factor in any AA or spell-based movement speed. If you are on a horse, you will always run at the speed of the horse, regardless of what spells you have, or AA.
Movement increases
# Apr 20 2004 at 1:03 AM Rating: Excellent
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258 posts
This lists most items/abilities/spells/songs that offer changes in run speed. This information is accurate to the best of my knowledge and searches. I see the question posed often and thought I would make a comprehensive list. I didn't include items that have spell effects you can cast (ie shammie boots that cast sow). I bear no responsibility for any changes or nerfs after this post.

AAS
10% - Run 1
20% - Run 2
30% - Run 3
40% - Run 4 (Swift Journey)
50% - Run 5 (Swift Journey)

MOUNTS
25% - Horse (ghostly bridle)/(bridle of Sir Ariam)
25% - Horse (rope bridle)/Drogmor (small drum)
50% - Horse (leather bridle)/Drogmor (drum)
60% - Horse (silken bridle)/Drogmor (large drum)
70% - Horse (chain bridle)/Drogmor (giant drum)
85% - Horse (ornate chain bridle)/Drogmor (glowing drum)
95% - Holy Steed (Paladin AA horse)/Unholy Steed (Shadowknight AA horse)

ITEMS
35% - Traveler's Boots
35% - Journeyman's Boots
50% - Fabled Journeyman's Boots

SPELLS
30% - Spirit of the Shrew (Shaman 29/Druid 34/Beastlord 39/Ranger 44)
30% - Pack Shrew (Shaman 34/Druid 39/Beastlord 44/Ranger 49)
34%(lvl 9) -55%(lvl 50) - Spirit of Wolf (Shaman 9/Druid 14/Beastlord 30/Ranger 30)
49%(lvl 39)-55%(lvl 50) - Pack Spirit (Druid 39)
49%(lvl 39)-55%(lvl 50) - Spirit of Bih'Li (Shaman 39)
57%(lvl 54)-60%(lvl 60) - Spirit of Eagle (Druid 54/Ranger 65)
65% - Flight of Eagles (Druid 62)
57%(lvl 24)-70%(lvl 50) - Scale of Wolf (Shaman 24/Druid 29)
70% - Spirit of Scale (Shaman 52/Druid 53)
99%(lvl 24)-115%(lvl 40) - Spirit of Cheetah (Shaman 24/Druid 24)

ILLUSION SPELLS:SELF ONLY
40% - Feral Form (Ranger 64)
42%(lvl 44)-45%(lvl 50) - Illusion: Scaled Wolf (Enchanter 44)
42%(lvl 24)-55%(lvl 50) - Wolf Form (Druid 24/Ranger 49)
52%(lvl 34)-60%(lvl 50) - Greater Wolf Form (Druid 34/Ranger 56)
57%(lvl 44)-60%(lvl 50) - Form of the Great Wolf (Druid 44)
62%(lvl 54)-67%(lvl 65) - Form of the Howler (Druid 54)
70%(lvl 60)-72%(lvl 65) - Form of the Hunter (Druid 60)

ILLUSION SPELLS:GROUP
30% - Feral Pack (Druid 52)
49%(lvl 39)-60%(lvl 60) - Share Wolf Form (Druid 39)
59%(lvl 49)-62%(lvl 54) - Share Form of the Great Wolf (Druid 49)

SONGS (instruments not factored in)
10% - Selo's Rhythm of Speed (Bard 25)
20%(lvl 5)-65%(lvl 50) - Selo's Accelerando (Bard 5)
64%(lvl49)-65%(lvl 50) - Selo's Accelerating Chorus (Bard 49)
65% - Selo's Song of Travel - (Bard 51)
horse
# Apr 04 2004 at 1:08 PM Rating: Good
i have this horse, and i do also use it for running. it is a little slower than RS3 so i try and run with RS3 most of the time, but when im running to say velks in GD i usually just summon horse and run it. horses also reduce falling damage and rarely do i take damage going down mountains. its only 5 or 10% slower than RS3.
SOW with Horse?
# Feb 21 2004 at 10:46 PM Rating: Decent
If I'm on a horse and I cast JBoots or SOW on myself does the horse run faster?
#REDACTED, Posted: Jan 19 2004 at 2:40 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Just so everyone knows ...... DONT EVER BUY A HORSE!!! Buy a Drogmor instead. The horses big fat head partially blocks your view and is a targetting nightmare. Drogmor heads dont block your view and are every bit as fast as horses. HORSES REALLY, REALLY SUCK!!!
RE: HORSES SUCK!!!
# Jan 30 2006 at 2:39 PM Rating: Decent
yea, but drogmors are fugly and run goofy....and smaller races have 0 problems with the head. and large races that are smart enough to have a shrink device. =P
Re: Sux
# Jul 26 2003 at 5:16 PM Rating: Decent
No, this doesn't suck. Speed is only one of the many reasons people buy horses or Drogmors. There are other benefits, like no sit aggro and being able to regen mana while standing. And since alot of people have Run Speed 3 or something similar, they dont need to spend alot of money on a fast horse, they just want the other benefits that horses give.
wendal amondson
# May 10 2003 at 7:30 AM Rating: Decent
Smiley: bangheadok, this doesnt seem to work, tryed to give bridle to wendal, says he doesn't need it, tryed the rest of them and they all say it, traders as well as the hands. tryed to seel it to them still nothing. did they nerf this too? i have enuf for a chain bridle if i get some of this back.
How you get this
# Mar 06 2003 at 7:50 PM Rating: Default
How the hell do i get this!
RE: How you get this
# Mar 07 2003 at 11:51 AM Rating: Excellent
You buy it from a stablehand in the bazaar.
Horse Trader
# Feb 21 2003 at 11:16 AM Rating: Default
If you hand the bridle in to Wendal Amondson he will give you the money back for an unwanted horse.

You just hand him the bridle and he will give you a Bag of Platinum. You can then sell the Bag of Platinum to any store. Haven't tried to see if you can get better prices at different vendors, but that may be a good way to get more for the horse.
Horse Trader
# Oct 16 2006 at 3:16 PM Rating: Default
its Galic Amondson I just turned mine in for "a big bag of platinum" Wendal just gave me my bridle back
Horse Trader
# Feb 21 2003 at 11:16 AM Rating: Decent
If you hand the bridle in to Wendal Amondson he will give you the money back for an unwanted horse.

You just hand him the bridle and he will give you a Bag of Platinum. You can then sell the Bag of Platinum to any store. Haven't tried to see if you can get better prices at different vendors, but that may be a good way to get more for the horse.
Quest
# Oct 22 2002 at 1:06 PM Rating: Decent
Isn't there some kind of quest you can do to sell back the bridles? I wanted to upgrade my horse, but I wanted the money back from the first horse I bought.
RE: Quest
# Mar 07 2003 at 11:52 AM Rating: Excellent
You give your bridle to the horse trader, and he gives you a bag of plat. Sell the bag of plat to any merchant to get most of your original purchase price back.
Sux
# Jun 12 2002 at 10:49 PM Rating: Default
This thing Sux, it only has 25% Sow. Dont wast your Plat......go for the Leather series of Bridles! It will cost you around 30kpp but worth it!

Meanfists
Druizzl Ro
RE: Sux
# Sep 16 2003 at 2:05 PM Rating: Excellent
36 posts
That's actually kind of amusing... you posted the same thing on the black horse (probably others too) and it's rated as awful. Here, it's rated as good.

Anyway, nobody should ever buy the rope horses for speed. They're for negating sit aggro and medding while casting. I have a shaman, and using my horse is a HUGE speed decrease for me. I love it anyway though, because I don't use it for the speed. When I need to run somewhere (or away from something) I click it off and rocket away. Platinum for platinum, this is probably one of the best, if not the best purchase a caster could make. Imagine how much more mana you'd be regenning if you were medding all the time except while moving.

Anyway, yeah, these glue factory horses are very slow. The speed they take to get into full gallop is just plain embarrassing, too. But the leather series doesn't much impress me either really. If you want a speed demon horse, you best be rich. Very rich.
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