Day 21 U is for Unicorns

April 24, 2014
April 24, 2014

Unicorns in D&D are the classic image of unicorns in literature, a horse with a single horn sprouting from its forehead.

Like mythology, in D&D they are magical creatures that are nearly impossible to catch.

Human and elven maids of pure heart can tame them and use them for steeds.

Some have combined the winged horses, pegasi, and unicorns, to come up with flying unicorns. What do you call them, unipegs, pegicorns, or just flying unicorns?

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4 thoughts on “Day 21 U is for Unicorns”

  1. When I was a kid I loved unicorns. That was what my friends and I played at recess at school, unicorns. We’d each pretend to be a unicorn and gallop around the school grounds.

    Then I grew up and became very dismissive of unicorns… but recently finished reading an anthology, Zombies vs Unicorns. If you’re a fan of unicorns it might be worth a peek πŸ™‚

  2. Zombies vs. Unicorns. Seems like zombies are everywhere in books and other media the last few years. That seemed to follow a vampire phase. I wonder what’s next?

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