How to Ride Mounts in Palworld & All Mount Pals (Land, Sea, Air)

Anastasios Antoniadis

How to Ride Mounts in Palworld & All Mount Pals (Land, Sea, Air)

Exploring Palworld becomes much more efficient and exciting with a mount, as it significantly speeds up your ability to traverse various terrains. Thankfully, several of the Pals you collect while exploring the Palpagos Islands can be mounted on the ground, air, or water. However, there are a few steps required before you can actually mount a Pal with this job description.

Tip: If you are looking for a mount early in the game, Rushoar, Direhowl, and Eikthyrdeer are all reasonably easy to obtain.

How to Get a Mount Pal in Palworld

Can be ridden label Palworld
Image: Pocketpair via Meta Game Guides

To ride a Pal, whether it’s for land travel, sea navigation, or air exploration, you first need to capture a Pal capable of acting as a mount. You can check the Pal’s details to determine whether it has the “Can be ridden” label and prancing horse icon, indicating that the Pal can function as a mount.

However, mounting a Pal isn’t as simple as hopping on its back. Before you can start your journey, you need to craft a saddle. This requires unlocking the saddle blueprint from the Technology menu, which has its own set of prerequisites:

Capture a Mount Pal

Rushoar Saddle Technology Palworld
Image: Pocketpair via Meta Game Guides

To unlock the saddle blueprint, catch at least one Pal of the specific type you intend to mount. In the Technology menu, items requiring a specific Pal to unlock are indicated by a question mark. For instance, to unlock the Rushoar Saddle (Technology Tier 6), you must first capture a Rushoar to reveal the item behind the question mark.

Unlock the Saddle Recipe & Gather Saddle Resources

Ensure you have reached the necessary level to access the relevant section of the Technology menu. If you haven’t, engage in activities like catching Pals, gathering resources, and expanding your bases to gain experience points. Additionally, accumulate enough Technology Points to unlock the saddle recipe. For instance, the Rushoar Saddle recipe requires one technology point.

Check the Technology menu and Pal Gear Workbench for the resources needed for your specific saddle. Once collected, craft the saddle at the Workbench.

Unlock & Build the Pal Gear Workbench

Pal Gear Workbench Recipe
Image: Pocketpair via Meta Game Guides

The Pal Gear Workbench (Technology Tier 6) is essential for crafting items that enhance your Pal’s abilities, including various saddles. The materials needed are:

  • 10x Paldium Fragment
  • 30x Wood
  • 2x Cloth

After crafting the saddle, release your mount Pal from its sphere and mount it by holding down “X” on your Xbox Controller or “F” on your keyboard. Riding your mount opens up a range of abilities, as you can use the Pal’s skills while mounting it to attack other Pals.

All Pallword Mounts

Palworld, riding a Melpaca with a Saddle
Image: Pocketpair via Meta Game Guides

Here are all the Palworld mounts listed in alphabetical order, with the swimming and flying mounts denoted:

  1. Arsox
  2. Astegon – Flying mount
  3. Azurode – Swimming mount
  4. Beakon – Flying mount
  5. Blazamut
  6. Blazehowl
  7. Broncherry
  8. Chillet
  9. Dinossom
  10. Direhowl
  11. Eikthyrdeer
  12. Elphidran – Flying mount
  13. Faleris – Flying mount
  14. Fenglope
  15. Frostallion – Flying mount
  16. Grintale
  17. Grizzbolt
  18. Helzephyr – Flying mount
  19. Jetragon – Flying mount
  20. Jormuntide – Swimming mount
  21. Kingpaca
  22. Kitsun
  23. Mammorest
  24. Maraith
  25. Melpaca
  26. Mossanda
  27. Necromus
  28. Nitewing – Flying mount
  29. Paladius
  30. Pyrin
  31. Quivern – Flying mount
  32. Ragnahawk – Flying mount
  33. Rayhound
  34. Reindrix
  35. Relaxaurus
  36. Reptyro
  37. Rushoar
  38. Shadowbeak – Flying mount
  39. Surfent – Swimming mount
  40. Suzaku – Flying mount
  41. Sweepa
  42. Univolt
  43. Vanwyrm – Flying mount
  44. Wumpo

How to Get All Saddles in Palworld

Anastasios Antoniadis
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