092) Caprinae Anatomy

Caprinae Anatomy – The character has the form and/or characteristics of a caprinae. The subfamily Caprinae includes sheep, goats and antelopes.  Caprinae Anatomy is also known as Caprinae Body, Caprinae Form, Caprinae Mimicry, Caprinae Physiology, Caprine Body, Caprine Form, Caprine Mimicry, and Caprine Physiology.  Subcategory of (268) Mammalian Anatomy.

Literary Critique of Caprinae Anatomy 

The milk of the D&D Amalthean Ram has healing powers (Creature Collection I).

Caprinae Mimicry-Amalthean Ram-Creature Collection I

The D&D has several other Caprinae including Battle Rams (Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary), Dallisad (Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary), Emperor Stag (Creature Collection I) and Miser Jackal (Creature Collection I).

Caprinae Mimicry-Battle Rams-Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary Caprinae Mimicry-Dallisad-Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary Caprinae Mimicry-Emperor Stag-Creature Collection I

Crescent Elk – Creature Collection I

Gnoat – TSR 2158 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 2

Goatfolk – D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual III

Reikar – D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual III

Caprinae Mimicry-Miser Jackal-Creature Collection I

Crescent Elk – Creature Collection I

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Gnoat – TSR 2158 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 2

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Goatfolk – D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual III

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Reikar – D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual III

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Dead Meat – Inspector Raam – 2000 AD #742

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