Ardennes are well-built war horses. They can be identified by their bulky body, thick leg feathering and broad head. They are one of the heaviest horse breeds. The Bay Roan and Strawberry Roan can be purchased form a stable. This sturdy, brave breed handles well under pressure and will not become agitated while in combat. They are known for being healthy with great Stamina, average Speed and Acceleration.
A cold-blooded breed, Ardennes have a fantastic temperament and are prized for their ability to not become agitated. The Ardennes have massive bone structure and large muscles. While not very agile, their strength in combat is highly sought after. They are healthy, sturdy, rustic, hard and tireless; a favorite in our line of war horses.
|Coat||Base Value (in $)||Health||Stamina||Speed||Acceleration||Source|
|Bay Roan||140.00||5||4||3||3||Scarlett Meadows stable|
|Strawberry Roan||450.00||7||5||3||3||Van Horn Trading Post stable|
The horse of Bill Williamson throughout 1899. Brown Jack has a "Brown Roan" coat and is said to be loved deeply by Bill; in a conversation with Charles, Arthur remarks how Bill "loves [his] horse" in spite of being a "drunk, miserable bastard" and that his affection for Brown Jack is comparable with Dutch's for The Count.