Note that the text of Mounts states that mounts will be rewarded upon completion of some objective. This implies that it will be an item or something along the lines of this. With that said, there will be no "location" of them, and there will be weight. I also suspect that there will be more intrinsic properties. For example, swinging an axe while you are mounted would be more difficult. These would be fitting for the "attributes" parameter on Infobox Item. -- Sixorish 00:00, November 23, 2010 (UTC)
You are completely right, the location parameter can be removed. A "taming item" parameter can be added, as well as some other stuff. For example, support for the speed parameter which only uses an integer number e.g. 10 and adds the other stuff to get +10 speed (5 levels). I might take a look at this if I have some more time next week. -- Bennie (talk ~ fellows) 07:37, December 9, 2010 (UTC)
I think something like this would be nice, parameters:
name=stays the same speed=0 or number, measured in levels(all in-game items use levels to measure speed bonus, internal tibia points are never mentioned). taming_method=some text about how to obtain the mount, only for mounts like blazebringer and stampor. taming_item=name of the item used to tame a creature(if any, plain text) taming_creature=name of the creature on which to use the taming item(if any, plain text) notes=stay just in case more specific notes are needed
Taming method will be generated if taming_item and taming_creature is present.
I can edit the template, just let me know if anything is missing. --Daniel Letalis 02:04, December 19, 2010 (UTC)
I'd say: go ahead. Also add the implemented parameter maybe, eventually we want it to be added to every infobox (at least item, creature, object, NPC..) -- Bennie (talk ~ fellows) 21:36, December 19, 2010 (UTC)