Lirant Species in Esterwynne | World Anvil
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In the plains of Gypsie, there is a creature called a Lirant. Their speed is their best quality as they can move twice as fast as a horse and can defend themselves better also.

Basic Information


Lirant's have large, powerful hind legs, large feet adapted running, a long muscular tail for balance, and a small head. They are 5 feet tall at their hips, about 8 feet at their shoulders, and over 10 foot at the top of their heads.

Genetics and Reproduction

Males begin to look for a mate late in their teen stage of growth. Once they find a mate, that mate is theirs until they die. The pair will reproduce a few times during their life, rarely does a pair of Lirants have more than 3 children. The females carry their babies in their bellies for 6 months before birth.

Growth Rate & Stages

  • Baby -- 0-2
  • Young -- 3-12
  • Teen -- 13-19
  • Adult -- 20-35
  • Old -- 36-40

Ecology and Habitats

Lirant's in the wild spend most of their time in the plains of Gypsie, though some have been spotted in forests and low in the mountains around the plains.

Dietary Needs and Habits

Lirants are omnivores, but eat mostly plants and will add small creatures to their diet when the chance arises.

Additional Information


Lirants are commonly tamed and used in similar ways as the west uses horses. They are ridden or used to carry items for long distances.

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Found wild in Gypsie. Some tame ones have made their way across the ocean to Radina with their owners.

Average Intelligence

40 years
Conservation Status
Lirants live in the wild and there is a large population as far as anyone can tell. Some are also bred like horses.
Average Height
10 feet, top of the head
Average Weight
600 lbs
Average Length
13 feet, head to tail
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Their fur is brown with some sporting a darker stripe from shoulder to tail.

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