Cuinfu Species in Pandemonium | World Anvil
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Sheep typically kept as livestock by the wealthy. An adult female is referred to as a ewe, a male is a ram, a castrated male is a wether, and the young sheep are lamb. Sheep are normally raised for fleeces, meat, and milk. As are these, but being lesser beast means they have vital uses as well.    With all three vita points open, they have an assortment of abilities. Usually consisting of increased endurance, the ability to perceive the emotions of others, and the ability to heal members of their flock with their bleating.

Basic Information


Cuinfu are the largest species of sheep, both wild and domestic. Cuinfu stand 4 ft. high at the shoulder and measure 4 ft. to 7 ft. long from the head to the base of the tail. The female is smaller by a lot, sometimes weighing less than half as much as the male. The ewes can weigh from 100 to 200 lbs. and the rams typically from 200 to 700 lbs., with a maximum reported size of 785 lbs.   Their bestial abilities grant them a larger more robust body, a third eye, and a forked tongue.


Cuinfu typically live in herds numbering between 5 and 150 animals, separated by sex, except during mating season. Most herds have large numbers of adult females, making up more than half of their numbers, with adult males making 1/5 and young Cuinfu another 1/5. Some rams are solitary, but most are seen in small herds numbering between three and 30 individuals. With their long legs, herds can travel quickly from place to place. They tend to live at higher elevations during the summer, returning to lower elevations as winter approaches.

Additional Information

Uses, Products & Exploitation

A sheep's wool is the most widely used animal fiber and is usually harvested by shearing. Sheep husbandry is practiced throughout the world. But these sheep have extraordinarily fine wool that makes for durable fabric. Males have two large corkscrew shaped horns, some measuring 6 ft. long and weighing up to 50 lbs. They use their horns for competing with one another. But ground into dust, they serve many other vital purposes as ingredients in potions.

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Kept as a resource by the upper classes, most of their number can be found in captivity. In the wild they prefer mountainous areas, living from elevations of 1,000 to 15,000 ft. In protected areas, Cuinfu generally prefers gently sloping grounds with soft broken terrain, although ewes with lambs often take up residence in steeper areas, filled with canyons and jagged rocks. In regions where they fear predation, they tend toward forested areas.
Genetic Ancestor(s)
Average Height
4 ft. at the shoulder.
Average Weight
250 lbs. to 700 lbs.
Average Length
4 to 7 ft. long
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Their coloration varies between each individual animal, with great variation. From a light blonde, to reddish-brown, to a dark greenish black. In the summer their coat is usually lightly spotted with a pale green pattern. The sides are lighter than the back, gradually lightening in color toward the front. With their face, tail, and the rear a yellowish white.
Geographic Distribution


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