Basic info EditThe Zorse is a gamepass-exclusive animal in Farm World. It can only be obtained by purchasing the Zebroid package gamepass for 300 robux.
On the infobox, the adult version of this character reads:
"A Zorse is a cross between a Zebra and a Horse."On the infobox, the baby version of this character reads:
"When a Zorse foal is born with white fur, the stripes are not visible. The stripes are only present in darker colored furs."
The Zorse appears to be a horse of normal build, with zebra-like stripes on it's body and a very short mane. The baby version is the exact same, but shrunken down
The base color scheme of the Zorse is a brown base/body, with the rest of the options being black (Except the secondary mane, which is dark brown). These options can be changed.
This is the basic action which determines how fast your character travels. For equine(horse) characters, there are 2 new speeds, trot and canter. Trot is a faster-paced walk, and canter is slightly slower than run/gallop.
The Zorse lowers it's head to the ground while standing up as if it's eating something. There are also sound effects for this.
Lie Down Edit
The Zorse rests itself on the ground with it's front legs folded and hind legs behind it.
The Zorse lowers it's head to ground while standing up, but closes it's eyes and makes no noise.
The Zorse lowers it's head slightly and appears to be sad or worried
The Zorse moves it's head forward and makes a whinny sound
Lip Flutter Edit
The Zorse lets out an exasperated sigh while making a fluttering motion with it's lips
The Zorse gets up on it's hind legs and makes a digging motion in the air with it's front legs
The Zorse uses it's left front leg to make a digging/scraping motion on the ground as if it's about to charge
The Zorse uses it's hind legs to kick behind it
Grow Apple Edit
This is a special action which only Zebroid characters can do. The Zorse spawns a small green ball, or seed, which will grow into a small tree with 3 apples that are either green or red in color. These apples will then fall one by one off
the tree and will be able to be picked up and dropped, thrown, or eaten.