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Travel: Axebeak > Dogsled

There's lots of discussion around how to make dogsled travel work (especially when chasing the dragon) and how to travel at the fastest speeds, but check this out:

Dogsled + team of 6 dogs will run you 320gp, pull 2,160lbs at 40ft per round and need to rest every hour.

Axebeaks, are 50gp, carry 420lbs at 50ft per round and don't require hourly rest.

I can see why Dalians would use dogsleds to haul heavy goods & building materials around, but for a party of adventurers there seem to be few reasons you wouldn't just go with axebeaks, save that dogs are great.

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Are dogsleds not totally moot?

The module goes in depth explaining how dog sleds work, how much a sleigh weighs, carry weight of the dogs, how far they can travel every hour etc... And then says oh yeah, axe beaks exist too. They can run farther than dogs, carry more weight AND don't need to rest every hour. Was this just a massive oversight?

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Dogsled times

I know there has been a lot of discussion about the travel times in the book being inaccurate to a lot of people. But my question is about the rules of the dogsleds and how that ties in with the time shown.

RAW, the sled dogs must take a short rest (at least 1 hour long) after each hour of travel. So, my concern is that since the book advises that the times taken to travel are halved if using sled dogs, would that not just be rendered almost useless due the dogs exhaustion feature?

For example, the book states that to travel from Bryn-Shander to Easthaven, it takes 7 hours and 30 minutes on foot and that the times are reduced by up to half with the usages of mounts (aka dogs). So 7 hours and 30 minutes on foot becomes 3 hours and 45 minutes. But every hour, the dogs have to take an hours rest or gain a level of exhaustion. So the ultimate time becomes 6 hours and 45 minutes, only creation a 45 minute difference between the 2 modes of travel. Also considering, buying a sled and at lea

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Traveling by dogsled in Icewind Dale

So looking at the info under "Getting around Ten-Towns" section of the book it states that sled dogs need to take a short rest after pulling the sled for 1 hour. When you look at the travel pace set in the "Overland Travel" section it states that a traveling by dog sled is 1 mile an hour and by foot w/ snowshoes is 1/2 mile an hour. With that said to travel lets say 4 miles by sled would take 8 hours and to travel on foot w/ snowshoes would take 8 hours. So what exactly (besides carrying capacity) is the advantage of using a dog sled? Also it mentions in other sections that traveling between towns the travel time can be reduced by 50% when using a sled but how is that accurate if the dogs have to rest for an hour after traveling for an hour?

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Zombie dogsleds, fighting and resting?

How would you guys rule possible exhaustion? Using the zombie dogsleds to catch up to the dragon on its way to Ten-Towns, fighting in every town and moving all over Ten Towns would take well over 18 hours, probably far more than 24 hours if the players travel through the tundra between Caer-Konig and Lonelywood. Would you rule this as a kind of forced march? Or rather more like adventuring with no long rest and subsequent con saves at 24 hours of being awake? I can't imagine a group of people spending a good part of a day getting to a castle, then sledding for hours on end and fighting a dragon without some sort of complete exhaustion. Let alone of that would take more than a full day. Would resting on a driving sled make sense? Kind of like taking watches with 2 people per sled? I'm interested in your thoughts on this.

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Dogsled race in Fort Kent
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Dogsleds?

Since of course Huskies exist, would Dogsleds exist for the terrain that couldn't be run through by horses? Would they exist, and is there any lore?

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Homebrew Dogsled Magic Item...OP?

I love the dogsled as a concept but I'm not crazy about the mechanics, specifically the push/pull of burst of travel, rest, burst of travel, rest, etc. I can see my group getting frustrated with this given how we have handled big travel chunks in the past.

Would this break the early levels?

Whip of the Iditarod: Whip +1; Sled dogs can travel (4x/3x/2x, still unsure) as far before needing to rest.

Full disclosure, I'm still not through my initial read of the module so if there's less of a need for heavy overland travel later on, I'll scrap it. But from what I've seen thus far, there is not an abundance of magic weapons in this campaign and my players like loot with non-traditional effects.

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Passengers being transported over ice to shore by dogsled from the steamship, Nome - June 14, 1920
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The Dogsled Loop at South March Highlands Conservation Area- A 4.5 km Hike adventurereport.ca/the-do…
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Dogsled And Ski Adventure On Broken Top -- Traveling by dogsled and skis, we follow hearty adventurers to Oregon’s remote Broken Top Mountain in the heart of the Three Sisters Wilderness. youtube.com/watch?v=Z1Kri…
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Dog sledding on a glacier in Alaska! The entire dogsled team were named after Broncos players. The lead dogs name was Peyton Manning!
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The Iditarod, a dogsled race to commemorate the dogsled delivery of a viral vaccine, is being limited this year because of a virus. adn.com/outdoors-adventur…
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TIL of the Southern Cross Expedition, which put the first humans on Antarctica in 1898. Led by an explorer with no scientific experience, the ten-man team spent the winter eating penguins, relaxing in an improvised sauna, and racing dogsleds en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sou…
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[June 14, 1920] Passengers being transported over ice to shore by dogsled from the steamship, Nome
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Fellow Loons! Vote for me! Help me be one of two people representing North America on an epic dogsled expedition.

Some of you have more than likely met me on match days as "East Coast Dark Clouds", you might even follow me on twitter! I live in Washington, DC now--but grew up in Minnesota. Well, this is me. When I am not griping about soccer, I am feeding my wanderlust.

I am competing for a spot on FjΓ€llrΓ€ven Polar 2020! It's a dogsled expedition that will take place March - April, 2020. The expedition is a 300km (~184.5 mile), 4 day journey in the arctic wilderness of Sweden. There will be one winner in each Region. I'm competing in the North America Region.

Whoever gets the most votes in the Region wins a place in the trip!

I have been dreaming of traveling north to the Arctic and feeling the wind on my face since I was a little kid. A few clicks from you can help make that dream come true!

Let me know if you see the #MNUFC Easter Egg in my application video!

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Help me be one of two people representing North America on an epic dogsled expedition. Vote for me!

Hi there you beautiful souls!I need your assistance, but only in the form of a few clicks. I need your vote(s).

I am competing for a spot on FjΓ€llrΓ€ven Polar 2020! It's a dogsled expedition that will take place March - April, 2020. The expedition is a 300km (~184.5 mile), 4 day journey in the arctic wilderness of Sweden. There will be one winner in each Region. I'm competing in the North America Region.

Whoever gets the most votes in the Region wins a place in the trip!

I live in Washington, DC now--but grew up in Minnesota, dreaming of traveling north to the Arctic and feeling the wind on my face. A few clicks from you can help make that dream come true!

VOTE HERE! https://polar.fjallraven.com/contestant/?id=7023&backpage=1&order=popular&region=9

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Greenlandic Inuit Dogsled guide. The Inuit are the indigenous and most populous ethnic group in Greenland. People who live on Greenland are citizens of Denmark. Photo by Yantastic
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Found the perfect green polish for the pedi that suits my skin tone, OPI My Dogsled is a Hybrid
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Demonstrators hold commercial dogsled protest at Festival du Voyageur windsorstar.com/news/loca…
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Man on a dogsled from a 1910 British Antarctic expedition in front of a weathered iceberg called the Castle-berg
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CityNews Manitoba: Calls for change in dogsled industry winnipeg.citynews.ca/vide…
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Essie "All the Wave" and OPI "My Dogsled Is a Hybrid"
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Mail being delivered by plane and dogsled, somewhere in the Alaskan Arctic in the 1940s. [720 x 580]
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TIL of arctic explorer Peter Freuchen who took a 1000-mile dogsled trip across Greenland, starred in an Oscar-winning film, amputated his own toes, escaped a Nazi death sentence, cut his way out of a blizzard shelter with a knife made from his frozen feces, and won The $64,000 Question game show. americandigest.org/mt-arc…
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Dogsled on a meltpond in Greenland
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Gunnar Kaasen, the Norwegian-born dogsled musher who saved the children of Nome, Alaska from the 1925 diphtheria epidemic. Pictured with his lead dog Balto
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A Danish Girl and her dogsled dream πŸ₯ΆπŸ˜Š Please vote for me - you Can even win awesome gear from FjΓ€llrΓ€ven when you vote. Takes 10 secs. Thanks a lot. polar.fjallraven.com/cont…
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Anyone else see a guy on a makeshift dogsled...?

Just watched a guy ride through MacNab terminal on a skateboard or cart or somethingseemingly being pulled by dogs attached with rope and yelling "Mush!" repeatedly...

Didnt get a good view cause he moved quickly across the opposite side of the terminal but me and a few other people waiting for our buses were just kinda incredulous.

Ive seen a lot of weird stuff but this might just take the cake...

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Anyone ever question the Space Lizard Dogsled race reference in the shorts?

Do you remember this little bit from the Petting Zoo short from Mabel's Scrapbook? In it we get a small glimpse at what seems to be a dogsled race Dipper and Mabel had with a Space Lizard. Given Mabel references it as part of the things she and Dipper got up to during the summer that we've seen, it's obvious this therefore did occur in canon (I mean, the shorts themselves are obviously canon). But alas, we never got any mention of this event after this, nor was it mentioned in Journal 3, or even brought back in Lost Legends. I've theorized in the past at what the story behind it was. Were the twins forced into a race? What was the lizard's motives? Are there any connections to the main plot? You name it. The best I've come up with is perhaps Dipper and Mabel were in some annual dogsled race that Gravity Falls has, and the space lizard was a contestant that they eventually beat. It may have made for one pretty cool episode had it been worked on more,

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I work for a tourist dogsledding company. I made my boss a dogsled for Christmas, with a working sled bag!
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Taken on a dogsled tour in TromsΓΈ, Norway this morning.
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Proud papa moment! I run dogsled tours for a living. Last night I finally gave my two pet huskies the chance to run on a real dog team. They’re naturals!
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Help me be one of two people representing North America on an epic dogsled expedition. Vote for me!

Hiya Fellow GoProers!

I am competing for a spot on FjΓ€llrΓ€ven Polar 2020! It's a dogsled expedition that will take place March - April, 2020. The expedition is a 300km (~184.5 mile), 4 day journey in the arctic wilderness of Sweden, and I am excited to take on the challenge! There will be one winner in each Region. I'm competing in the North America Region.

Whoever gets the most votes in the Region wins a place in the trip!

I live in Washington, DC now--but grew up in Minnesota, dreaming of traveling north to the Arctic and feeling the wind on my face.

I received a Gopro Black 5 as a gift about a year ago, and while I have shot plenty of clips--I've never learned how to actually edit my footage! Part of the application requirements was a short video, so I had to give myself a bit of a crash course in Premiere Pro to make it happen. I was very much, "I have no idea what I'm doing." [insert picture of hapless dog].

Anyway, this is my first real GoPro project, and I look

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A Cuban on a dogsled in Colorado. v.redd.it/tvswr2648cc41
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947. Danish explorer, author, journalist and anthropologist, Peter Freuchen with his wife Dagmar Cohn. Few of the notable events in Freuchen’s life include riding a dogsled 1,000 kilometers across the Greenland ice cap, killing a wolf with his bare hands
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Mushroom is a dogsled term dumass
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[TOMT][BOOK] book about boy in maybe Alaska with dogsled

It’s about the boy struggling to find food for himself, his dogs, and possibly a pregnant girl? He ends up using his dogs to kill a polar bear at one point. I just remember reading it as a kid so it may be a kids book, like hatchet. I remember the book is more about survival and not really at all about dog racing. I also believe the book cover was yellow with the face of an Eskimo.

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TIL of Newton Marshall, a Jamaican dogsled musher who rescued another musher, Scott Jenssen, who had an accident during the Iditarod dogsled race. Two years earlier Jenssen had saved one of his own sled dogs with β€˜mouth-to-snout’ when it collapsed during a race. The dog was called Marshall. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New…
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