After paying to unlock Malanya, the Horse God, you can revive horses that you had boarded that have reached a state of no longer living. Is there some kind of limit on how many horses are available to be revived? For example, if I've had 2 horses die, can I revive them both? What about 10? and 100? 1,000?

  • I've only been able to find sources saying "Any" horse you've boarded. I assume that concludes to "all."
    – Timmy Jim
    May 30, 2017 at 13:42

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After doing science on several horses, I've concluded that the horse god will only remember the last 5 horses that have died while registered.

First, I had 1 horse that had died honorably in battle.

First meeting

Next up, add a horse to the list.

first science

New horse is added to the bottom. Good to know.

continued science

After 5 new horses, the first horse is no longer available to revive. Note that this menu does not scroll. Also of note, horses are listed in order they died, not alphabetically or any other way.

mad science

After 5 more horses had fallen to science, all 5 previous horses had been removed as options.


In total, 12 horses had fallen (11 intentionally fed bombs) and a max of 5 were available to revive. Those 5 were the most recent, not the best stats or anything like that.

As a side note, the horse god had some unique dialogue, which a video corroborates, when trying to revive a bombed horse, but never brought down any wrath.

Oh, goodness! It was caught in an explosion? Poor soul... Not to cast suspicion where none is warranted, but... you didn't kill the horse did you? It couldn't be the case. I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. Would you like to revive this horse?

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    Too bad you didn't revive one on the list of #1 through #5, to check whether or not cream will reappear.
    – user87612
    Jun 30, 2017 at 19:32
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    @Hurkyl I smell more science needing to be done! Since the list is populated in order of death, I imagine revives remove from the list and upon death that are added to the bottom.
    – Batophobia
    Jun 30, 2017 at 19:40

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