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Mules are mounts that assist in the transport of goods, resources, and gatherables to increase a player's carrying capacity.[1] Mules transport goods on a much smaller scale than the caravan system.[2]


Moonstrider Mule mount color schemes.

Many species of mules will be breedable.[3]

  • There will be smaller mules.[4]

Carrying capacity

Personal inventory limits[6][7] are tied to a backpack.[8] Material and gatherable items are subject to quantity rather than weight limits. Caravan and Mules are intended to be the primary mode of transportation of goods beyond these limits.[9][10]

  • Mules can carry roughly 10 times more than backpacks. Caravans can carry roughly 10 times more than mules.[11]
  • Caravan will have carrying capacity limits and customizable stats, such as defensive points, speed and number of hired NPC guards.[12]

Item stacks will in general have quantity limits based on the type of item.[9]

  • The stacking limit of potions might be one hundred. The stacking limit of food items might be 999 or 1000.[9]


Storage points exist at warehouses within nodes and in chests (storage containers) that can be placed in freeholds and static in-node housing.[15][16]

  • Players must obtain and place storage containers in their player-owned housing.[16]
  • Different grades of storage containers have different inventory capacities.[16]
    • There are restrictions on the grades of storage containers available in different types of houses.[16]
  • Access permissions can be set to allow others to access a player's personal storage devices.[17][18]
    • Personal storage chests may be set to permit access by family or guild members.[17][19]
  • Warehouses may enable a player to transfer non-material goods between alts. This excludes resources, materials or anything that relies on the caravan system.[20]

Items dropped on player death

We don't have deleveling, instead what we have is experience debt. Now the more experience debt you accrue, the greater the detriment to your character; not to the point where you can not get out of the debt. There will always be a way forward to remove your debt.[22]Steven Sharif


See also