Adjectives (i.e., "green" or "fluffy") not included
- tharga beast
- Lower and Upper Ramtops (Mountains)
Descriptions are example(s) from a single individual. Variations may be numerous, and dependent upon species, gender, age, location, and other variables.
Although the general shape of a tharga beast's face makes the expression of even the smallest amount of annoyance rather difficult, this particular specimen must be congratulated on overcoming her natural disadvantages. Her bloodshot eyes roll wildly above her flared nostrils, her curly horns bear the nicks and chips of countless tussles with immovable inanimate objects, and she can't seem to keep from baring her unfortunately clearly quite herbivorous teeth. She is in good shape. She is standing.
An amiable tharga beast:
This curly-horned quadruped seems cheerful, despite looking rather silly in his recently shorn coat of hair. His clear brown eyes follow all around him with interest, or perhaps the hope of a sugar lump. He is in good shape. He is standing.
- No special uses
- No extra note
- General disc locations for the bestiary defined
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