Category:Horse Functions

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Horse Function Category

Functions that deal with horses.



Functions

Name Brief Description

HorseAddHorseMenu

Add horse menu to a Player Character.

HorseChangeToDefault

Change a creature to its standard race appearance.

HorseCreateHorse

Create a horse.

HorseDismount

Action - Dismount from horse.

HorseForceJump

Force a creature to jump to an object.

HorseGetCanBeMounted

Check whether an object can be mounted.

HorseGetHasAHorse

Check if a creature has a horse.

HorseGetHorse

Retrieves the horses owned by a creature.

HorseGetIsAMount

Check whether a creature is a mount.

HorseGetIsDisabled

Detect whether a creature is disabled.

HorseGetIsMounted

Check if a creature is mounted.

HorseGetMountFailureMessage

Obtain the horse mount error message.

HorseGetMountTail

Retrieves the tail used for a horse.

HorseGetMyHorse

Retrieves an object's assigned horse.

HorseGetOwner

Retrieves the owner of a horse.

HorseGetPaladinMount

Retrieves a creature's Paladin mount.

HorseHitchHorses

Hitch a party's horses.

HorseIfNotDefaultAppearanceChange

Change a creature to its standard race appearance if necessary.

HorseInstantDismount

Dismount instantly.

HorseInstantMount

Change a creature to a mounted appearance instantly.

HorseMount

Action - Mount a horse.

HorseMoveAssociates

Move associates away from master.

HorsePreloadAnimations

Preload horse animations.

HorseReloadFromDatabase

Reload horse system from database.

HorseRemoveOwner

Remove the owner from a horse.

HorseRestoreHenchmenLocations

Locate henchman's horses correctly.

HorseRestoreInventory

Return inventory (saddlebags) to a horse.

HorseSaveToDatabase

Save party horses.

HorseSetOwner

Set horse owner.

HorseSetPhenotype

Set a creature to the riding phenotype.

HorseStoreInventory

Store a horse's inventory (saddlebags).

HorseSummonPaladinMount

Action - Summon a Paladin mount.

HorseUnsummonPaladinMount

Action - Unsummon a Paladin mount.

author: Mistress, contributor: Proleric