Antelope Icon.pngAntelope
Higher Taxonomy Ranks
Lower Taxonomy Ranks

Common Drops

(&00000000000000040000004) Beast Sinew Icon.png Beast Sinew
(&00000000000000030000003) Antelope Shank Icon.png Antelope Shank
(&00000000000000010000001) Steinbock Haunch Icon.png Steinbock Haunch
(&00000000000000010000001) Antelope Horn Icon.png Antelope Horn

Name Levels Zone Info
Alpha Stag 20-24 South Shroud  Aggressive.png
Antelope Doe 20-23 South Shroud - Upper Paths  (15-18)  Passive.png
Antelope Stag 18 South Shroud - Upper Paths  (26-18)  Passive.pngFATE Icon.png
Antelope Stag 25-28 South Shroud - Silent Arbor  (23-20, 21-20)  Passive.png
Scarred Antelope 23 South Shroud - Upper Paths  Passive.png
Sirocco 23 South Shroud - Upper Paths  (20.1-22.8)  Aggressive.pngFATE Icon.png
Steinbock 47 Coerthas Western Highlands - Riversmeet  (31-31)  Aggressive.pngFATE Icon.png
Steinbock 50 Coerthas Western Highlands - Riversmeet  (29-29, 27-30, 29-32)  Aggressive.png
Young Antelope Stag 15 East Shroud - Nine Ivies  (20-25)  Aggressive.png

Raimdelle Codex
The male antelope has distinctive stripes across his backside and a pair of prominent horns, while the female exhibits a demure, bluish coat. They are wholly herbivorous, gregarious, and extremely fleet of foot, with males of the species engaging in polygamy. They mainly inhabit grassy plains and savannahs, and are thought to communicate via the swaying of their tails. When hunting antelope, the most effective approach is to target a lone specimen, for the entire herd will attack should any of their members come to harm or danger.
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