Hundreds of mounts are available to tame as mounts or pets in Riders of Icarus., and below you'll find a sampling of a few of the most powerful go-to mounts available in the game. For a closer look at how mounts work in the game, check out our Riders of Icarus Mounts Preview.

(all stats are level one; mounts and pets level independently of players)


Baranosaurus – Elite Ground Mount

  • HP – 1050
  • DPS – 39
  • Physical Defense – 235
  • Move Speed – 6m/sec
  • Seal Type – Onslaught

It’s been said Baranosaurus was the first creation of Teleo, the god of darkness. Baranosaurus is known to be a muscular brute with a short temper. When he encounters a challenger, his spiked mane flares and he swishes his head and tail in a ferocious display. 

Baranosaurus has an acute sense of smell and taste and can smell raw meat from far away. This love for meat extends especially to fairy-dusted beef. For some reason, the creature is known to abandon all other activities for a chance to eat this rare treat.

- Excerpt from “The Highlands of Hakanas”


Frost Spider

  • HP – 1125
  • DPS – 31
  • Physical Defense – 252
  • Move Speed – 6m/sec
  • Seal Type – Defense

An excellent choice for a tankish combat pet, the frost spider is definitely worth the trip to the northern climes. It should be your go-to for support classes or anyone wishing for a leg up in the fight


Screamer

  • HP – 270
  • DPS – 7
  • Physical Defense – 59
  • Move Speed – 9m/sec
  • Seal Type – Healing

A speedy flying mount with moderate healing abilities, the Screamer is a great choice when you're in transit or for back-line classes dealing with occasional splash damage.


Albino Ashtail – Elite Flying Mount

  • HP -  750
  • DPS – 31
  • Physical Defense – 252
  • Move Speed – 9m/sec
  • Seal Type – Defense

Few familiars across Midellas can withstand the severe cold of Parna’s Coast. 

Even fewer of them have immunities stronger than the creatures that inhabit the coast. 

Recently, growing phoenix populations along the coast have caused a migration to the Sea of Hakanas. Adventurers seeking to tame this hearty flying familiar should investigate regular ashtail phoenixes for clues.

- From Modi Fahl’s “Journal of Discrete Ornithology.”


Agnas the Red

  • HP – 1350
  • DPS – 168
  • Physical Defense – 276
  • Move speed – 10m/sec
  • Seal Type – Onslaught

Red dragons were the fiercest of Kelgarigan’s forces during the War of the Dragons, and Agnas was the strongest of them all. 

At the close of the war, Agnas and the red dragons mysteriously vanished. New research suggests that Agnas followed Velzeroth to Guardian’s Gate. 

It’s difficult to say why Agnas chose to follow Velzeroth, his ancient enemy.

It might be possible to tame Agnas, but it would be difficult. One would need to land a critical blow and suppress his fiery powers. A Dragon Emblem, crafted from all the red dragons of the Gate, would then be able to tame him. Jeranin may know more.

- From Paul Trebel’s research journal


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Last Updated: Jun 24, 2016

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Jeff's interest in online games stretches back to organizing neighborhood Unreal tournaments as a teenager, but when a college roommate introduced him to EverQuest, an interest became an obsession. Jeff joined the Ten Ton Hammer team in 2004 covering EverQuest II, and he's had his hands on just about every PC online and multiplayer game since.

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