Another mini post today. Today we have a little, bipedal, goat-thing that protects wild horses. If your D&D game needs every Fantastic Beast in it, or you’re running a quest where the heroes have to wrangle horses, this is the critter for you. Otherwise… it’s kind of cute, I suppose?
The book gives very little sense of any extra powers the Porlock has. I’m always tempted to add extra quirks when the I have several low-key fantastic beasts in a row, but it would detract from the explicitly weird creatures. And we’re going for authenticity in our magical monsters here.
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