Some goats and sheep in
Caelereth are known to live in the wild only, which nobody managed to
domesticate yet to use them for their own good or which nobody tried as of yet
to domesticate for the one or the other reason. While these animals are in the
minority, there's nevertheless a whole bunch of them.
following wild sheep and goats have been recorded so
far in the Compendium:
Capricus is categorized in the goat family and is known for its impulsive,
unpredictable nature. They are fairly dangerous because they may attack with
even the slightest disturbance. Because of this, most people leave them alone.
The Hynde is a massive animal that
is considered a part of the goat family. They are sturdy and sure-footed
animals covered with long gray to dark-gray hair, which forms a fringe to
just below the knees. This hair is thick and coarse covering a soft woolly
underfur giving them good protection from their environment.
Sheep which dwells on the mountain sides of the vast
Tandala Highlands is a very
important part of the highlands' foodchain and is exploited mainly by the
Gob-Oc orcs and
trolls of the region. It is a very strong kind of sheep
with a strikingly-white fleece that can repel snow, sleet, driving rain and even
can stop an arrow from hitting the beast due to its tight weaving. The Wild
Sheep of the Tandalas is also called "Tandalan Sheep" or
There are few
creatures that are truly ill-tempered by nature – but the Mosoly, who need
no reason to display their contempt for all who cross their paths, must
surely be said to be amongst them. Their reputation among those who farm
them would suggest to a bystander some form of terrible demon or malicious
ghoul, rather than a kind of sheep. That said, there are aspects of beauty
in them – those few who have ventured into the gloomy forests of Ehebion
often cherish memories of watching these lightfooted, pale green animals
hopping through the treetops, agile and strange. Even the few farmers who
spend their lives with these unavoidably unfriendly animals will
occasionally admit that there are elements of mystery and wonder hiding
behind the bared teeth and baleful glare.
Dreameress 1672 a.S.
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