|Tack, Harness & Drawn Vehicles|
|Barding||Cost: x4||Low: x4||Weight: x4||2x|
|Bit and Bridle||Cost: 2 gp||Low: 16 sp||Weight: 4 gp||1 lb.|
|Carriage||Cost: 100 gp||Low: 80 gp||Weight: 200 gp||600 lb.|
|Cart||Cost: 15 gp||Low: 12 gp||Weight: 30 gp||200 lb.|
|Chariot||Cost: 250 gp||Low: 200 gp||Weight: 500 gp||100 lb.|
|Dogsled||Cost: 20 gp||Low: 16 gp||Weight: 40 gp||300 lb.|
A dogsled can only be used for travel in areas where snow is abundant. An empty sled has room at the back for one driver. A sled dog costs 50 gp and can pull 360 pounds.
Sled dogs must take a short rest after pulling a sled for 1 hour; otherwise, they gain one level of exhaustion.
Dog sleds can travel 1 mile per hour. In snowy mountains, the travel time is cut in half. Dogs are also expensive and require food, water, and shelter.
Optional (unofficial): The sled is built to be pulled by no more than 4 dogs, and able to pull 1440 lbs maximum. Remember to include the weight of the sled and the rider(s).
|Feed (per day)||Cost: 5 cp||Low: 4 cp||Weight: 1 sp||10 lb.|
|Exotic Saddle||Cost: 60 gp||Low: 48 gp||Weight: 120 gp||40 lb.|
|Military Saddle||Cost: 20 gp||Low: 16 gp||Weight: 40 gp||30 lb.|
|Pack Saddle||Cost: 5 gp||Low: 4 gp||Weight: 10 gp||15 lb.|
|Riding Saddle||Cost: 10 gp||Low: 8 gp||Weight: 20 gp||25 lb.|
|Saddlebags||Cost: 4 gp||Low: 3 gp||Weight: 8 gp||8 lb.|
|Sled||Cost: 30 gp||Low: 24 gp||Weight: 60 gp||300 lb.|
|Stabling (per day)||Cost: 5 sp||Low: 4 sp||Weight: 1 gp||—|
|Wagon||Cost: 35 gp||Low: 28 gp||Weight: 70 gp||400 lb.|