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For short spans of time (up to an hour), many animals move much faster than humanoids… Characters in wagons, carriages, or other land vehicles choose a pace as normal. Which is the default and probably what you should go with. The DMG says you can use speed ÷ 10 to get travel Mph (Mph × 8 to get travel per day).

## How fast does a cart move 5e?

If going downstream, add the speed of the current (typically 3 miles per hour) to the speed of the vehicle.

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Mounts and Vehicles.

Item | Cost | Weight |
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Carriage | 100 gp | 600 lb. |

Cart | 15 gp | 200 lb. |

Chariot | 250 gp | 100 lb. |

Animal Feed (per day) | 5 cp | 10 lb. |

## How far can a cart travel in a day 5e?

For regular travel, it is at is says in the PHB. Per day, fast riding is 30 miles, normal is 24 miles, and slow is 18 miles.

## How fast can a cart move?

At a trot, a horse-drawn carriage will go around 8-10 MPH. At a walk, a horse-drawn carriage will go about 2-4 MPH. The speed of a carriage depends on the weather, terrain, horse, and other tractors.

## How much can a wagon carry 5e?

A wagon in D&D 5e is about twice the size of a cart. It weighs 400 lbs, and is designed to be pulled by two animals. So the numbers double exactly: If your animals are mules, they each have a strength of 14, and a carrying capacity of 420 lbs, and thus a pulling capacity of 5x that, or 2100 lbs each, 4200 lbs total.

## How fast do carts go DND?

RAW, there are no explicit rules for the speed of carts by themselves, they simply use the speed of whatever animal is pulling them. For example, if a mule (40ft speed) is pulling a cart, the cart will generally also move at a speed of 40 feet. The relevant rules on vehicles are all found in the PHB on pages 155-157.

## How far can a cart go in a day?

Assuming good quality roads without significant elevation changes, healthy horses and well maintained carriage: 120 miles in one day, with multiple horse and driver changes. This is pretty much the utter ceiling distance possible. 50 miles in one day, but likely not repeatable the next day.

## How long would it take to ride a horse 200 miles?

The average horse walks roughly 4 miles per hour. If you traveled from dawn until dusk, lets just say roughly 12 hours on a summer day that would get you about 48 miles a day on a nice flat even terrain. dividing 200 by 48 would get you 4.16. So roughly Four days to get to your 200 mile destination.

## How fast can a horse run DND 5e?

At a fast pace (a gallop), 8 miles per hour. That’s “twice the usual distance for a fast pace”, where “usual” means a creature with a speed of 30. This suggests that a riding horse with no rider, traveling alone, can cover 48 miles per day at a normal pace.

## Is 20 mph fast for a golf cart?

In order for a golf cart to be street-legal, it needs to meet speeds of 20 miles per hour.

## How fast did a carriage travel?

The average speed for a horse drawn carriage is what the horse or horses will travel at a walk. That is approximately 2–3 miles an hour.

## Can golf carts go 35 mph?

Even golf course golf carts go no faster than 15 miles per hour. … In most municipalities, low speed vehicles, including golf cars, are street legal in 35 mph zones when they can travel 20-25 mph. Just an aside – they also must be outfitted with seatbelts, headlights, taillights and rearview mirrors to be street legal.

## How much can a donkey pull in a cart?

Mammoth Donkeys

A mammoth donkey in good condition could carry as much as 250 pounds.

## How much can an ox cart carry?

In fact, while a team of oxen can pull its own body weight at a walking pace, for short bursts of six to eight feet, a well-trained team of oxen can pull up to 2!- W times their body weight — or as much as 12,000 to 13,000 pounds.

## How much can a donkey carry DND?

An average donkey of approximately 11 hands high or 160 kg can carry up to 50kg (8 stone) on its back or can pull up to twice its bodyweight on level ground.