Sygra

A cloven-hoofed quadruped the size of a large pig, this creature sports a pair of sweeping horns and a striped, furred hide.

Sygra are wild animals, only ever partially domesticated at best. They are raised for their meat and milk, which is fairly tasty, and for their soft hides, which make good clothing and low-grade leather.

Sygra are a feral breed that can be tempted to remain in the area of a farm through offers of good grazing land, but they are never truly tame. They are also sometimes used as guard animals, as they are wary and light sleepers, with an excellent sense of smell.

Sygra

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