Posted in Black Desert Online, Gaming, MMORPGs

BDO: Million Silver Horses

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So I was down to my last T3 female again last night, and decided instead of working a week and a half to raise another pair to the point of shooting for T6 offspring, I would try to hit that spot where there was a 60% chance of breeding females. I left them breeding overnight, and manage to slip on right as maintenance ended before work this morning. So, again with the night pictures.

Despite that supposed 60% chance at females, again, I bred T4 males. Ugh… back to hunting down more females.

On the up side, I noticed that one of my males was born with the Drift skill, which I knew to be valuable. So I checked him out, and at level 1, with no training yet, he’s worth almost 2 million silver! I guess I know who I’m going to be leveling and attempting to sell tonight.

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On a whim, I also checked the value of my T6 mustard horse, whom I did level to 3 last night. He only has 2 skills so far, neither of them that valuable as far as I know, and he’s already worth quite a bit.

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Considering I’m not putting any silver into raising these horses, aside from breeding expenses, this is all pure profit should they sell. Maybe I’ll be able to afford to buy a female instead of scrounging to tame one instead. XD

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3 thoughts on “BDO: Million Silver Horses

  1. Congrats on your horsies! Sorry ’bout the bad luck with males. I’m having that issue too. I did manage to get my first t4 female the other night from an exchange, so there’s that… Anyroad, good luck selling your million silver horses. I actually don’t think I see those on the market for very long. Especially if they still have a breeding count.

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    1. I usually always sell with full breeding count as they’re worth more. Just going to train them up to see if I get lucky with any other skills. 🙂

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