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"Darog raisin' ain't glamorous work. Hells, it ain't even lucrative work. But it's good, honest work. And honest work will do you a lot more than fame or riches ever will." -Hernad Greenwhistle, Thrancian darog rancher during the testimonial in a darog rustling trial.

Basic Information


Darogs are six-legged reptilian creatures. They are squat and stocky in physique. They have a soft, smooth skin covered in large, coarse scales, which is usually either light gold, dark pink, light pink or dark purple or a combination of these colors. They have large orange eyes and triangular heads that lack visible ears. Female darogs have one to two curved horns that point outward.

Genetics and Reproduction

They mate twice a year and they mate with a select few partners throughout life. The females lay four to five eggs and these eggs take four months to hatch.

Ecology and Habitats

Any temperate biome. Darogs are left alone by most local predators due to their size and tough scales.

Dietary Needs and Habits

One trait in the darog's benefit is that they can eat pretty much any plant. They are highly resistant to toxins and diseases and can graze freely.

Additional Information


Darogs are typically used as draft animals or steeds. Farmers often breed darogs to pull their plows, as darogs require less to maintain than horses or oxen.

Uses, Products & Exploitation

Darog feces is often used as a component in producing alchemist's fire. It's also used as to light large-scale fires, such as lighthouse beacons or pyres.

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Darogs can be found in pretty much any environment that supports abundant plant life.

Average Intelligence

Darogs are no smarter than most animals- in fact, most darogs possess less intelligent than horses, making it harder to train darogs.
13 years
Conservation Status
Darogs aren't actively protected, but are so numberous and require such little upkeep that they don't really need any conservation.
Average Height
4 feet
Average Weight
300 pounds
Average Length
9 feet

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