Stables

Dec 3, 2016
Stables
  • Empire Minecraft has enhanced the way you can store your horses. Instead of building a real stable on your Residence, you can use a virtual stable using the /stable command. This makes it a lot easier to transport your horses all across the Empire!


    What are stables?(top)


    Stables are exactly what they sound like - just virtual! The stables are a cross-server virtual horse storage system that can be used for any horse (or donkey or mule) you own. Unlike eggified horses, horses in your stable keep their attributes and armor, and can be accessed from any world you're in.

    How do I use my stable?(top)


    If you're riding a horse that you own (use the /horse command to find out), you can store it in your stable. Use /stable store and the horse will be transported into your stable. You can only use this for horses you actually own (so you need to have tamed them yourself).

    When you want to get your horse out again, just use /stable summon, and the horse which you stored last will appear again. You can also summon a specific horse by specifying the number of the stable behind it. For example, /stable summon 2 would summon the second horse in your stable.

    Summoning a horse is free in the Town, but it will cost you 100r in any other world. However, if you own 10 stables, summoning a horse will always be free, no matter where you are.

    To get an overview of your stable, just use the /stable list or /stable command.

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    This is what your stable could look like.

    The white text is the horse's name. Types include "Horse," "Donkey," and "Mule." Details explain what the horse looks like. Speed and jump is a number between 1-200, HP is the amount of half hearts a horse has, and Equip is whatever the horse is wearing (saddles, armor, etc).

    What happens to horses in the Frontier that I don't stable?(top)


    Tamed horses that are left in the Frontier/Wilderness worlds are subject to the Derelict Policy. To stop a horse from becoming derelict, you must go near it at least once every 15 days. If a horse becomes derelict, it will become untamed.

    Commands(top)


    /stable - views the horses in your stable.
    /stable store - stores the currently mounted horse.
    /stable summon [#] - summons a horse at your current location. Example: /stable summon 1
    /horse - lists the currently mounted horse's attributes.
    /horse release - releases the currently mounted horse.
    /horse riders +PlayerName - gives a player access to your currently mounted horse. Example: /stable riders +krysyy
    /horse riders -PlayerName - removes players access from your currently mounted horse. Example: /stable riders -krysyy

    Supporter Stable Slots(top)


    While free players are only able to store one horse in their stable at a time, supporters are able to store more without the use of a Stable Voucher. These are the limits:
    Iron: 2 horses
    Gold: 3 horses
    Diamond: 5 horses

    Unlike your Vault, you do not have to pay to upgrade your stable. All slots that your player group is allowed (i.e. supporter level) are automatically given to you.

    You can increase the amount of horses you can store by using a Stable Voucher. To use a voucher, hold it and right-click. You can have a maximum of 10 stable slots (excluding any automatic additions from being a supporter) and once 10 stable slots are reached, summoning horses in any world is free.

    Is my horse protected?(top)


    Yes! Even in the wilderness or another player's Residence, no-one - except you - can take items out of a horse's chest or even damage it, and players you have given permission to can only ride it.

    1.6.2 Support and Horse Update(top)


    The Horse Update was released on July 27th, 2013, which is the same day the servers updated to Minecraft 1.6.2.

    To read more about this update, please visit the 1.6.2 Support and Horse Update page.

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