Shoot. I had my heart set on horse-milking.
Flaming arrow possibilities...
From Korean blog:
"On our final night in Baiangol, we had a campfire. What began with a brilliant display of fireworks, eventually grew into a large fire as the Mongolian members lit the firewood with flaming arrows."
"we see the Mongol use of flaming arrows by night and whistling arrows by day to signal commands."
Genghis Khan bio:
"at the conquest of Samarkand in Uzbekistan, for example, (there were) somewhere around 80,000 heavy cavalry, Genghis' dark horde, with hundreds of thousands of light cavalry archers shooting flaming arrows."