No creature is more revered by the Dalish than the halla. No other animal has a god of its own. These white stags are much larger than ordinary deer, and the Dalish halla keepers carve their antlers as they grow, making them curve into intricate designs. In ancient times, these stags bore elven knights into combat, but since the fall of the Dales, they are used less as mounts and more to pull the aravels.
Anatomy & Morphology
a white dear with two set of long horns coming from the top of it's skull with each horn branching off and curling around each other. Larger than an average deer.
Ecology and Habitats
in the forests and plains
Dietary Needs and Habits
The Dalish ask them to accompany a clan
Uses, Products & Exploitation
The Dalish tame Halla so they can pull their aravels (landships) and use their milk to make food. Their horns are prized in the Tevinter Imperium and the Dalish halla keepers carve their antlers as they grow, making them curve into intricate designs.
They seems to understand their handlers
Perception and Sensory Capabilities
like a regular deer
Symbiotic and Parasitic organisms
Symbiotic relationship with the Dalish