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Horses have always been a close companion to man, as an important means of transportation. The Haflinger is a representative riding horse with a beautiful brown coat and an ivory mane. It did not originate from Erinn, but has, since its arrival quite a long time ago, been used for communicating between towns and/or as a means for travel by knights, which has led to its current look.
The Haflinger is a small horse with a relatively small body, but has an elegant and fancy look and possesses beautifully large eyes to complement, which has made it a favorite amongst women.
As the Haflinger is a riding horse and tends, as a result, to be called to attend fancy outdoor gatherings, a two-seated saddle is placed to carry two people on its back. The Haflinger looks elegant and fancy, and seems to bring joy to anyone looking at it. It is an ideal horse for a couple to ride together on a date.
The Haflinger has been heavily trained for carrying humans, so it is highly intelligent, agile and has a high level of Dexterity. Also, it is familiar with using magic which means it can use Healing and Defense Skills at the level of Rank-D. Because of its familiarity with magic skills, it is able to improve upon its MP as well as other magic skills such as Healing and Fire Bolt etc.
The owner of a Haflinger can reap the benefits of additional Life and MP as well. Once the Haflinger reaches its prime, i.e. age 5, its Life will begin to decrease, but its beauty and elegance is not affected.
If you are looking for a riding horse that is perfect for a light stroll with a friend or a lover, the Haflinger is the pet for you. Riding together with your companion on this beautiful horse is sure to draw the attention of many envying passersby.
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JP Wiki Article on Haflinger - used for all charts