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"This isn’t the Tokyo Drift I remember."


The Rocket Sleigh is quite a unique mount. Unlike other mounts that are forced to move on the ground, this one flies. It's still uncontrollable, but it can zip through the air into safety. Dismounting this mount will lead you getting tripped.

Background Story

Survivors of old tell the tale about Santa Claus, a mysterious figure who supposedly gives gifts to those who are nice. They say that his sleigh was pulled by eight reindeer and, on Christmas Day, he would brighten the days of millions around the world.

Heavenly Day was looking for a cheap cash-in during the time where survivors were the most jolly and made this rocket-powered sleigh that shipped with numerous defects. Don't worry, no returns, but they'll send you a replacement very soon...


  • Beware, you can get killed due to fall damage.
    • You can jump out at any time but pose the risk of fall damage. Pressing "M" will have the same effect as jumping out of the mount.
      • If you can, use the Jetpack to negate the effects.
      • The Cakepack is a good substitute if the server hasn't enabled Jetpacks.
    • Due to the fact that this will trip and disarm you when you dismount, the Parasol is rather useless here.
  • This is a great mount to escape hoards, but only in straight lines and non-vertical maps.
    • By far, this is one of the best mounts to use in large maps such as Last Harvest and Void.
    • In vertical maps, such as Tokyo, Japan, it can be used to fly from one side of the map to the other. However, be aware that is quite uncontrollable and, if you need to abort, you may take some fall damage.
  • This mount won't complete Obstacle 5 of Snowy Snowy Hills, so you'll need to use the actual Sleigh.
  • Situationally, this is better than the Rhi-snow, Duck Mount and Mini Crab. However, practically, the said mounts are better for transport.
  • If it collides with something, it will fall to the ground or become out of control if it's fast enough.
    • Try to abort before it does so.
  • The Rocket Sleigh will cease to gain vertical height after around 10-15 seconds.
    • It will eventually crash into the ground or into the void if you don't abort.
  • If you are falling with a Cakepack, you can re-equip the Rocket Sleigh.
    • However, if you are in a flailing position, or being flung around, the Rocket Sleigh will not gain vertical height.
      • To gain vertical height from this position, look directly up and equip.
  • While you can use the Toy Sword on this mount, it is rather useless since it is unlikely you will be attacking zombies on this mount.
  • Don't attempt to glitch out of the map with this mount as it is BANNABLE, so don't do it.
  • In Melee Smash, Free For All and other PvP rounds, this is the more favourable mount due to its ability to surprise players.
    • Be aware of the time it takes you to recover from the trip, your enemies may take advantage of this.



  • v1.2.8a
    • Now flies in a straight line.
  • v1.3.5
    • Trips on dismount.

  • Uses same mesh as Sleigh except with rockets and a bow on the front.
  • The Rocket Sleigh is the first mount that doesn't have jump.
  • Named "Sleigh" in-game.
  • This is the first mount that is able to fly.
  • Because of poor performance with the Rocket Sleigh, PlaceRebuilder updated the mount in v1.2.8a.
    • Before v1.2.8a, it would travel on the ground. The controls were just as unresponsive but it didn't travel in such a straight line.
      • After v1.3.5, the Rocket Sleigh now trips you whenever you dismount.

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