WHAT IS INDOMITA?
Indomita is a wild horse hybrid simulation/rp game. Unlike in a standard sim game where you would run a stable or train horses for competition, Indomita is much more open than that! Create or adopt a horse character and guide them on their journey through life. Choose roles to suit their goals and personality and develop relationships with other in game characters to unlock new interactions. We have a heavy focus on character at Indomita that comes both from play by post roleplaying that is available but not required and the general format of the game. There is no "best" build for an Indomita horse and the only limit is your own imagination! Come help shape the world of Paradisus and breathe life into your very own wild horses!
Our characters have advanced color and build genetics, both realistic and those developed specifically for Indomita. These horses have thousands of possible appearances: six distinct builds, each with different art for foals and adults, as well as each gender. Pair that with seven different mane and tail styles, two ear varieties, two different noses, hundreds of base colors, numerous different shades, and hundreds of markings with variations as well, the customization of your horses is endless!
Follow us on Facebook
for our most recent updates.
Don't have an account?
Total Number of Active Users: 328
Total Number of Active Characters: 9614
Active Stallions: 2352
Active Mares: 5255
Active Foals: 2007
I'd been a part of the horse sim world for years, longs before Indomita (aka: Indo) was created, and well before I joined. I noticed over the years that online communities could be full of rude people, something that deterred me from trying out new sites for a long time.
But eventually, the old horse sim communities I was a part of became too rude, too conceited for me to be willing to stay. So I left about two year ago, in 2013, only maintaining my accounts to speak to those I had bonded with. But eventually, I found myself searching around for a new site to join, and in that hunt, I came across Indo.
The concept behind Indo was terribly intriguing, to navigate the world not as a rider or equestrian center but as wild horses. I joined and was immediately amazed by the graphics (as a graphic design artist for seven years, I was already in love on day one) and I was hooked already.
But, I truly wasn't in awe of the site, until I got into the community. To be welcomed so easily into the family that is Indo, I was shocked. In the span of my seven months here, compared to my six years on the other site, I have made closer friends here than I can imagine anywhere else. I couldn't imagine a nicer community than what I've experience here, and it's absolutely amazing.