In Tower of Fantasy, there is a Mount called The Voyager that perfectly captures Hesperia's post-apocalyptic, dystopian setting. The Car's hood has an engine sticking out of it like something out of the Hot Wheels universe, while the Vehicle has a modern car's hood. The Car driver steers with handlebars that resemble those on a motorcycle, despite the driver's seat appearing to be standard. Last but not least, in Tower of Fantasy, a gas canister is hastily attached to the side of the Vehicle's body, and cords hang below the futuristic thrusters. Together, these characteristics form a distinctive Mount that, although not very remarkable to the untrained eye, accurately captures the reality of Tower of Fantasy's advanced but tainted society. \n \nAs its name suggests, the Voyager in Tower of Fantasy is quite a voyage to acquire. The Engine, Thruster, Control Room, and Hull are the four components that make up The Mount. The Vehicle must therefore be unlocked by Wanderers obtaining each member using their methods. It is crucial to remember that to open the option to equip vehicles; players must advance far enough in the main story. Additionally, Wanderers must access the Tower of Fantasy's Banges, Navia, and Crown zones. \n \nWanderers need to kill particular adversaries to have a chance of getting a rare drop of the Voyager Thruster, which is a Vehicle component. Regrettably, there will likely be some grinding and RNG luck because the Thruster is less than 1% likely to drop from these enemies. \n \nFortunately, the enemies regenerate frequently, and players can kill them indefinitely. Tower of Fantasy Wanderers can thus farm the mobs to their heart's delight once they know their locations. \n \nRemember that the Four Power mobs are more substantial than the ordinary hostile mobs in the open world. So before engaging in the fight, Wanderers are advised to have food prepared for healing.