Immortals Fenyx Rising Guide To All Mount Locations

There are 25 mounts in the base game for Immortals Fenyx Rising, and collecting all of them will earn you the “Fenyx the Horseman” trophy/achievement. There are additional mounts available, such as from the pre-order bonus quest or Season Pass content, bought from Hermes, or bought from the store with credits, but none of those additional ones count towards the achievement.

Of the 25 mounts available, 9 of those are Epic Mounts, and taming your first one of these will earn you the “Oceancookie” trophy/achievement. Epic Mounts have three bars of stamina, which makes them the perfect choice for galloping all over the Golden Isle. Level 2 mounts have two bars of stamina, and level 1 mounts only have one bar of stamina. Normal mounts are found in herds, whereas Epic Mounts are always found alone.

We’ve got the location of all 25 mounts listed below, so you don’t need to go hunting them down yourself. We’ll also recommend the nearest fast travel point, should you have them unlocked, but of course, if you have completed or partially completed vaults nearby to these locations, they can be used as fast travel points instead.

Taming Tips

Throughout the Golden Isle there are many different mounts, but taming them is fairly easy. You need to crouch down to approach them, and whenever they startle (have an exclamation mark above their heads) you need to stop moving and wait.

Continue approaching once they have calmed down, then when you are close enough, you will be prompted to tame them. Epic Mounts startle a lot more easily than normal mounts, so be careful of this.

Clashing Rocks — Laurion

Laurion is the first mount you can find and it’s an Epic Mount too, so the sooner you can get it, the better. It’s found on one of the islands south of the Clashing Rocks mainland.

If your stamina isn’t good enough yet to make it the whole way across the water, you can consume blue mushrooms as you swim/glide to ensure you can cover the distance. The Messenger of the Gods statue is the nearest fast travel point.

The Valley of Eternal Spring — Anemone

Anenome is likely the first mount that players will stumble across without looking as it is on the way to the Hall of the Gods, which is your first objective once leaving the Clashing Rocks area.

It is a level 1 mount, so it has the least amount of stamina available. Either the Hall of the Gods or The Observatory is the closest fast travel point.

The Valley of Eternal Spring — Sepia

Just north of the Hall of the Gods, which is the nearest fast travel point, you can find a level 1 horse mount by the name of Sepia.

The Valley of Eternal Spring — Tyrian

The next Epic Mount can be found in the southern area of the Valley of Eternal Spring, technically on the island that houses Eros’s Haven, which is the nearest fast travel point. This purple unicorn can be found where all the water pools are.

The Valley of Eternal Spring — Cypress

The next mount is another level 1 deer and it can be found towards the west in the Valley of Eternal Spring. The closest fast travel point is either the Goddess of Love statue or the Hall of the Gods.

The Valley of Eternal Spring — Alabaster

Alabaster is a level 2 horse mount, which means it has two stamina bars. It can be found to the southeast of the Sanctuary of Athena, or to the west of Gaia’s Soul, either of which is the closest fast travel point.

The Valley of Eternal Spring — Bolt

Bolt is a level 1 horse mount that can be found just north of the statue of the Goddess of Love, which is the closest fast travel point.

The Valley of Eternal Spring — Indika

Indika is another Epic Mount and is a blue unicorn that can be found just below Gaia’s Soul, which is the closest fast travel point.

The Grove of Kleos — Itea

The next mount is found south of the statue of the Goddess of Wisdom, and east of The Archives, so either is a suitable fast travel point. Itea is a level 1 deer mount.

The Grove of Kleos — Everlast

Everlast is a beautiful white deer with golden antlers, and it can be found in the eastern area of the Grove of Kleos. Either The Archives or Athena’s Sanctuary is an ideal fast travel point, as this level 2 mount is between the two.

The Grove of Kleos — Larkspur

Larkspur is a level 2 mount that can be found near the sprawling farmland close to the Moria Tree Sanctuary, which is the nearest fast travel point. This herd is found close to a small pond.

The Grove of Kleos — Sheena

Sheena is a level 2 golden horse that can be found east of Guardian’s Hill, though the statue of the Goddess of Wisdom is arguably an equally close fast travel point. This herd of horses can be found close to a pool of water.

The Grove of Kleos — Guardian

Guardian is an Epic Mount that can be found close to the aptly named Guardian’s Hill, which is the nearest fast travel point. This is in the northwestern area of the Grove of Kleos.

The Forgelands — Quicksilver

Quicksilver is a level 1 horse that can be found on the very western edge of The Forgelands, close to the border of the Grove of Kleos and north of the Gates of Tartaros.

You can find the herd just below the body of water. There are a couple of fast travel points equally close, such as the statue of the God of the Forge, or the Moria Tree Sanctuary.

The Forgelands — Antikhytera

The next Epic Mount can be found in the northern area of The Forgelands. It’s a rather awesome mechanical horse by the name of Antikhytera. The nearest fast travel point is the Atmos Mechanikos.

The Forgelands — Khroma

Khroma can be found on an island to the east of The Forgelands mainland. It’s a silver horse that is a level 2 mount. The closest fast travel point is the Atmos Mechanikos.

The Forgelands — Krystalline

Krystalline is a level 2 horse that can be found on the coast in the eastern area of The Forgelands. The closest fast travel point is The Aqueducts.

War’s Den — Paragon

Paragon is an Epic Mount that can be found on the northeastern side of War’s Den, near to the border with The Forgelands. This horse can be found close to the pools of water. The closest fast travel point is Protector Drakon Ismenios.

War’s Den — Xenippos

Xenippos is a level 1 horse that can be found to the northwest of Protector Drakon Ismenios, which is the closest fast travel point.

War’s Den — Krater

The next mount can be found in the eastern area close to Ajax’s Fort in War’s Den and is a level 2 horse called Krater. Ajax’s Fort is the closest fast travel point.

War’s Den — Aethon

Aethon is an Epic Mount that is found behind Ajax’s Fort, which is the nearest fast travel point. You won’t be able to travel there until you have progressed Ares’s storyline enough to remove the corruption from Ajax’s Fort. It’s in the lower area with the water pools and stone titans.

War’s Den — Muse

Muse is a level 2 mount that looks like a zebra and it can be found in War’s Den, south of the statue of the God of War, which is the nearest fast travel point.

King’s Peak — Hellebore

Just north of the statue of the King of the Gods you can find Hellebore, a level 1 deer mount. Just fast travel to the King of the Gods and follow the path north to come across this herd.

King’s Peak — Asphodel

Asphodel is an Epic Mount that can be found east of the King of the Gods statue. The nearest fast travel point is the Punishment of Atlas and then you can drop/glide down into the ravine area shown on the map to find it.

King’s Peak — Ptilon

The area for the last mount can only be accessed once you have progressed the storyline enough for the gods to help you remove some of the cold areas in King’s Peak.

The nearest fast travel point is the Shrine of the Fates and then you can drop/glide down into the ravine area shown on the map, right next to a large stone titan. Ptilon is an Epic Mount that is a pegasus with rainbow-colored wings.

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