Friday, January 11, 2013

Foal Games by Dr Zig


What are foal games? They are a means of getting more skills, and isn't exactly a game. They help your horse get 10 extra points in every field.

Remember to board your foal in an EC with carrots and 100% clean and fertile meadows. Make sure that your foal is put to bed at age 6 months with 100% morale - this is very important! If it's below 10C you will need to put your foal to bed in the box each night.

8 months
groom, carrot, 1hr, feed, 7hrs, stroke, turnip, water, 30 mins

10 months
groom, carrot, 1hr, feed, water, 8hrs, stroke, turnip, 30 mins

1 year
groom, carrot, 1hr, feed, water, 9hrs, stroke, turnip

1 year 2 months
groom, carrot, 1hr, feed, 9hrs, stroke, 1hr, turnip

1 year 4 months
groom, carrot, 2hrs, feed, 9hrs, stroke, water


When Howrse tells you to feed one amount feed a different one (just for foal games):
* if 4.4lbs - then feed 8lbs
* if 6.6lbs - then feed 10lbs
* if 8.8lbs - then feed 12lbs
* if 11lbs - then feed 12lbs

Please note:
* when the game temperature is under 10 C / 50 F then your foal must sleep in its box
* these games work with every breed, in every season
* 1hr means one hour of foal games
* 7hrs means 7 hours of foal games
* yes, you must follow the steps in sequence
* your foal must have 100% morale
* If your foal has a shower box, philotes stroke, or achilles heel, then you can fit in the 50 hours of games more quickly.

12 comments:

  1. What a data of un-ambiguity and preserveness of valuable know-how regarding unexpected feelings.


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  2. Thanks for sharing :) It works perfectly. (For the Canadian server, just feed your horse double the recommended amount like the post says.)

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    1. http://ca.howrse.com/joueur/fiche/?id=177166 <- here is my profile. The 213th person to congratulate me wins either a Pandora's Box, Croesus' Fortune, or Hypnos' Blanket. The link on my name doesn't seem to work for some reason :/ Let's see if this works....

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  3. What do you do after you've completed the foal games?

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    1. After the foal games the horse will be 1 year and 6 months old, and then you can start the rides. ;) Lessons are available at 2 years old.

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  4. These are the non companion ones right?

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    1. These are the non companion ones yes. They work for every breed, season, and horse too.

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  5. Thanks so much Dr Zig for creating these! They work so well with my howrses. :) I got 60 skill points every time! Thanks again for these!

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