Category:Genus:Aldgoat - Gamer Escape's Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV, FF14) wiki
Menu

Category:Genus:Aldgoat

From Gamer Escape's FFXIV Wiki, the free Final Fantasy XIV encyclopedia
Aldgoat Icon.pngAldgoat
Genus
Higher Taxonomy Ranks
Bloodborn
Beastkin
Aldgoat
Lower Taxonomy Ranks

Mosshorn
     

Common Drops

(&00000000000000050000005) Aldgoat Chuck Icon.png Aldgoat Chuck
(&00000000000000040000004) Aldgoat Skin Icon.png Aldgoat Skin
(&00000000000000040000004) Aldgoat Horn Icon.png Aldgoat Horn
(&00000000000000010000001) Loaghtan Chump Icon.png Loaghtan Chump

Aldgoats are denizens of rocky, mountainous regions, indiscriminately eating any vegetation they happen across. They have thick, woolly coats and sharp horns, though the horns of the males are markedly larger than those of the females. These horns are highly sought after for their potency in various magical endeavors. The aldgoat also has a protective ring of tough flesh around its neck, which serves to defend against the bites of predators. Aldgoats can be successfully domesticated and raised as livestock provided they are broken before their second year.
Monsters
Divider3.png
Name Levels Zone Info
Elder Longhorn 17 Eastern Thanalan - Drybone  (17-24)  Aggressive.pngFATE Icon.png
Full-grown Loaghtan The Dravanian Forelands - The Smoldering Wastes  (25-28)  Aggressive.png
Loaghtan 52 The Dravanian Forelands - The Smoldering Wastes  (27-28)  Aggressive.png
Longhorn Billygoat 16 Eastern Thanalan - Drybone  (17-24)  Aggressive.pngFATE Icon.png
Longhorn Nannygoat 14-16 Eastern Thanalan - Drybone  (17-24)  Aggressive.pngFATE Icon.png
Lowland Billygoat 14-18 Eastern Thanalan - Drybone  Aggressive.png
Mourning Billy 35 Eastern Thanalan - Wellwick Wood  (26-18)  Aggressive.png
Mourning Nanny 35 Eastern Thanalan - Wellwick Wood  (26-18)  Aggressive.png
Myotragus Billy 16 Eastern Thanalan - Drybone  (17-29)  Aggressive.pngFATE Icon.png
Myotragus Billy 16-18 Eastern Thanalan - Drybone  (15-23, 15,22)  Passive.png
Myotragus Billy 18 Eastern Thanalan - Sandgate  Passive.png
Myotragus Nanny 16-18 Eastern Thanalan - Drybone  (15-22)  Passive.png
Myotragus Nanny 18 Eastern Thanalan - Sandgate  Passive.png
Ravenous Billygoat 20-24 Eastern Thanalan - Drybone  Aggressive.png
Ravenous Billygoat 25-29 Eastern Thanalan - Drybone  Aggressive.png
Etymology
Divider3.png
'Aldgoat' appears to be a compound word created from the terms 'Aldenard', the continent on Eorzea on which these beastkin are found, and 'goat.'
Raimdelle Codex
Divider3.png
Original:

"Atop rocky crags dwelleth the aldgoat, wondrous hardy and woolly, and ravenous insomuch that hardly he may have provender enough to sate his ne'erending hunger, for nigh all men know the land's stark mountaintops were once leafy knolls ere the aldgoat came, or so telleth the Ishgardian myth, Tale of Bridges.
The male aldgoat hath a rough shapen head, as it were the head of a statue, and sinewy nape for to shield 'gainst whetted fangs. From his temples groweth forth twin crook'd horns, right strong and sturdy, with which he rendeth most cruelly.
These are not absent the female, yet hers are tiny, for her disposition tendeth toward meekness and mildness. It is said witches use the horns and perform many witchcrafts therewith.
While the aldgoat is young and tender and fair of disposition, he may yet be made tame and obedient. If however unbroken by his second Spring, he is lost and men he shall shun e'ermore."

Modern Adaptation:

Aldgoats are denizens of rocky, mountainous regions, indiscriminately eating any vegetation they happen across. They have thick, wooly coats and sharp horns, though the horns of the males are markedly larger than those of the females. These horns are highly sought after for their potency in various magical endeavors. The aldgoat also has a protective ring of tough flesh around its necks, which serves to defend against the bites of predators. Aldgoats can be successfully domesticated and raised as livestock provided they are broken before their second year.

Screen Shots
Divider3.png


Subcategories

This category has only the following subcategory.

S

Pages in category "Genus:Aldgoat"

The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total.