Two Farmwaggons (driveable)

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Uploaded: 3rd May 2008 at 4:52 AM
Updated: 6th Jan 2009 at 1:28 AM
Driveable Farmwaggons
by Dragon Slave & hexameter

Now you can get Dragon Slave's beautiful mesh of a Friesian horse in two driveable and buyable carts for farms and/or other neighbourhoods that don't use cars. This type of horses is special in colour, the very long mane and tail and the feathered long hair on the legs.

These waggons are prepared to use custom sound that is already available here: (NewSound-hansom.rar)
The wheels spin smoothly, the driver's position is correct and it worked without problems in my tests. The horse is not animated. The lantern in the rear of the vehicles will work at night.

Install as usual extracting the *.rar-file to your downloads.
To hear the correct sound don't forget to download the sound package. It's the same one that comes with the updated hansom "Rendezvous". So if you already got it you are complete. If you don't like to have the sound it will work as it is.

Content of the *.rar-files:

This is the same waggon I made as replacement for the gardener. Using recolours, that are included in the file, you can make a choice between empty and loaded waggon types. There are options to use it with straw, grass, hay or empty.

Based on the mesh I used for the handyman replacement you get a cart for transportation. Two options are available: Empty or loaded with a chest.

Nightlife is necessary to use this vehicle. Check your game whether you installed Numenor's CEP!

Enjoy these wagons in your neighbourhoods of past times if you like.


Note, as this is teamwork, have please a look at the policy of Dragon Slave if you want to use this vehicle for your purposes.
Dragon Slave:

Polygon Counts:
The vehicles cover 14 tiles.
Faces: 19,134 (1,367 per tile); vertices: 11,441 (817 per tile)
Faces: 19,194 (1,371 per tile); vertices: 11,367 (812 per tile)

Additional Credits:
Quaxi and the developers of SimPE Numenor for his Basegame Starter and CEP Shaklin for sharing her knowhow of making custom sound packages
To all the eager writers who built the database of tutorials on MTS2

Last but not least Dragon Slave, thank you!