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Transportation

Name

Price

Freq.

Description

Details

Req.

ATV

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Canoe

10.00 to 35.00

Common in towns near water

Canoes range from a hollowed out log with a long stick for steering to an aluminum alloy with some plastic ores. Some even have motors. Usually small and narrow to reduce drag and make propulsion easy.

Canoes can seat anywhere from one to fifteen people. They can (with a great deal of effort) be paddled up stream but it takes more than one person to do it. (this of course depends on the speed of the water and weather or not there are large pointy rocks)

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Car

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Caravan Cart

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Horse (Average)

30.00

90%

A very common means of travel, (hay and oats are easier to find than gas and a good mechanic). Horses can pull or carry things or just give you faster transportation to wherever you are trying to go.

Horses can be trained by some one who knows what they are doing. And are great assets when trying to reduce travel time.

They reduce travel time by half when on a road.

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Horse (Good)

40.00

80%

Good horses donít get tired as easily, and are well behaved. They are also sometimes trained to aid the rider in combat such as biting or kicking at the right time.

Good horses can reduce travel time by 2/3 when on a road with out over riding them. (over riding a horse is bad for its health).

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Jeep

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Motorboat

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Raft

20.00 to 100.00 depending on quality

Very common in towns near water

Rafts come in many shapes and sizes, varying from a number of rough logs strapped together with vines, to some finished wood work with seats, shelter from the elements and a motor of some sort.

Rafts are very fast and easy, not to mention relatively safe when going down stream. But when going upstream or out on the ocean you better at least have a motor. Ocean travel on a raft is unadvised even for the more experienced travelers due to the various dangers the ocean holds.

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Sailboat

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Ship

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Yamaha

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