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A Flying Broom doesn't meet the requirementsrequirements to be a mount under 5e:

A knight charging into battle on a warhorse, a wizard casting spells from the back of a griffon, or a cleric soaring through the sky on a pegasus all enjoy the benefits of speed and mobility that a mount can provide. A willing creature that is at least one size larger than you and that has an appropriate anatomy can serve as a mount, using the following rules.

The description of the Flying Broom also clearly states that it is an item. Vehicles, or at the few that I looked at, all have the 'vehicle' tag.

The Flying Broom is simply item that provides a flying speed, can hover and has that nifty 'fly somewhere and come back when I command' feature.

A Flying Broom doesn't meet the requirements to be a mount under 5e:

A knight charging into battle on a warhorse, a wizard casting spells from the back of a griffon, or a cleric soaring through the sky on a pegasus all enjoy the benefits of speed and mobility that a mount can provide. A willing creature that is at least one size larger than you and that has an appropriate anatomy can serve as a mount, using the following rules.

The description of the Flying Broom also clearly states that it is an item. Vehicles, or at the few that I looked at, all have the 'vehicle' tag.

The Flying Broom is simply item that provides a flying speed, can hover and has that nifty 'fly somewhere and come back when I command' feature.

A Flying Broom doesn't meet the requirements to be a mount under 5e:

A knight charging into battle on a warhorse, a wizard casting spells from the back of a griffon, or a cleric soaring through the sky on a pegasus all enjoy the benefits of speed and mobility that a mount can provide. A willing creature that is at least one size larger than you and that has an appropriate anatomy can serve as a mount, using the following rules.

The description of the Flying Broom also clearly states that it is an item. Vehicles, or at the few that I looked at, all have the 'vehicle' tag.

The Flying Broom is simply item that provides a flying speed, can hover and has that nifty 'fly somewhere and come back when I command' feature.

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A Flying Broom doesn't meet the requirements to be a mount under 5e:

A knight charging into battle on a warhorse, a wizard casting spells from the back of a griffon, or a cleric soaring through the sky on a pegasus all enjoy the benefits of speed and mobility that a mount can provide. A willing creature that is at least one size larger than you and that has an appropriate anatomy can serve as a mount, using the following rules.

The description of the Flying Broom also clearly states that it is an item. Vehicles, or at the few that I looked at, all have the 'vehicle' tag.

The Flying Broom is simply item that provides a flying speed, can hover and has that nifty 'fly somewhere and come back when I command' feature.