How to tame horses using Mo' Creatures mod
Posted 01 January 2011 - 07:41 PM
The ham represents Leather, because there isn't a smily for Leather. The white block is just a blank space, I couldn't figoure out how to leave a gap in between the 2 pieces of iron. Anyway, after you have your new saddle, right click the horse with it in your hand to put it on the horse's back. Then, try to ride it. More than likely, it will buck you off. Walk up to it again and feed it bread or wheat (about 4 or 5 pieces) and then try to ride it again. Chances are, you will get bucked off again. Keep doing this until the horse doesn't buck you off, and you can control it. Horses are great for going long distances and jumping or even flying to higher places that you wouldn't be able to reach otherwise. I hope this helped the people who didn't know how to tame horses before, and if you have any questions, please post a reply or send me a private message. Have fun with your new horse!
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i was about to this i was going mad.
(never used the Mod before) so i thought i was doing something wrong, glad to see i am not the only person who cant seem to ride them horses.
Posted 16 January 2011 - 05:38 AM
To those asking, you should read over the original Mo' Creatures topic and this topic's OP.
You have to put the special saddle onto the horse, RIGHT CLICK to get on top of it. It's not going to be tamed, so it'll throw you off. You can feed the horses apples or wheat or whatever to tame it, but you STILL have to get on it over and over until it no longer throws you off.
1. Make saddle
2. Put on horse
3. Get on horse
4. Get thrown off horse
5. Feed food or get back on horse
6. Repeat step 5 until horse no longer throws you off
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