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Creature Tanning Info
Creature information
Group Type I Mammal
Group Type II Antelope
Aggressive No
Pursues No
Special Harvest Horns
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Creature information
Skin Type Hide
Size 6' x 6' (full-sized)
2' x 2' (dwarf)
Weight (fresh) 20 lbs
Weight (tanned) Details needed.


Adjectives (i.e., "green" or "fluffy") not included

  • Gazelle
  • Dwarf Gazelle
  • Lyre-Horned Gazelle


  • Gazelle - Klatch Desert (Plains, Savanna)
  • Dwarf Gazelle - Klatch Desert (Plains, Savanna)
  • Lyre-Horned Gazelle - Klatch Desert (Desert, Plains, Savanna)


Descriptions are example(s) from a single individual. Variations may be numerous, and dependent upon species, gender, age, location, and other variables.

Gazelle and Lyre-Horned Gazelle

Daintily timid, this small grey-brown antelope has a soft muzzle and great liquid brown eyes in a lugubrious triangular face. A pair of ridged black horns swoop out and up in a refined curve from her bony skull, drawing back in towards each other in a shape reminiscent of a classical vase. Her back is blanketed with rough grey-brown hide, fading to a dusty tan on her belly and legs, which are marked with faint stripes all the way down to her neat hooves.

  • Alignment: Neutral

Dwarf Gazelle [Variant I]

This sandy-coloured little antelope is rather an awkward-looking affair, lacking the elegant long legs and sweeping horns of many of its family. Instead, she has short black-striped legs and little stumpy horns like the horns on the stereotypical dwarf's helmet. This effect is heightened by a shaggy tuft of tawny-black hair on its chin, under the sulky black-rimmed eyes.

  • Alignment: Neutral

Dwarf Gazelle [Variant II]

This undersized, sandy-coloured antelope seems to have a case of Small Dog Syndrome, or Mine Is Bigger Than Yours, Really It Is. With small stumpy horns, short legs and a diminutive body, however, his only recourse is to stand around in corners all day glaring at people belligerently and trying to grow his beard longer.

  • Alignment: Neutral


  • None

Special Notes

  • Although horns may be harvested from all gazelle types, no use is known and they cannot be sold to general stores.
  • Dwarf gazelles may sometimes be found in herds of 2 to 5. This is more common in the "deep" plains and savanna.


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