Oblivion:Getting Around

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Although Fast Travel is instant from your perspective, the game clock is adjusted by an "estimated" travel time. The estimate is based on the speed of your horse ''only if you are mounted at the time'' - merely owning a horse is not enough. This means that fast-traveling from inside a city, where you cannot be mounted, is normally much slower than traveling from the outside world. Otherwise it is based on your own [[Oblivion_talk:Movement_Formulas|Active Speed]], which means it is affected by your Equipment Weight, and even by whether or not you are in Sneak mode; having a weapon drawn also slows your regular movement and therefore fast travel.
You can ''not'' fast travel while over-encumbered. See the previous section for ways of overcoming this problem.
Also of note: You can ''not'' fast travel while over-encumbered, although you can easily get around it by drinking a weak [[Oblivion:Feather|Feather]] potion and fast traveling to your destination before the effect wears off. It will instead end after loading your destination. --[[User:Moarp|RobotVampyre]] 20:04, 20 February 2011 (UTC)
For other possible factors which require further testing, see the Talk page.
Fast Travel journeys that take an hour or more of game time will restore you to full health.