Tundra Steed Reverse Adoption
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The dictionary definition of a familiar is "a demon supposedly attending and obeying a witch, often said to assume the form of an animal." Of course, as witchcraft has become more popular in media and its definition has grown and expanded, and so has our idea of familiars. These days, familiars can be anything from a pet, such as a cat, to a being bestowed upon the faithful by a deity. Utilizing a spirit companion as your familiar is a way to stay true to the more traditional form of the word, while still allowing yourself to branch out in variety.
Our conjurer Ember defines a familiar as astral beings such as fairies or unique creatures that call the astral home, born from its energy, or long deceased animal spirits who can be summoned to offer their aid. While each species of familiar will have their own unique skills and range in its intelligence and ability to communicate with words, one thing they all share in common is their desire to assist witches along their path.
Living in the snowier manifestations of the astral, Tundra Steeds tend towards temperaments that are calm, steadfast, yet stubborn. These creatures are best suited for the icy tundras they often roam, but they are just as much at ease scaling treacherous rock faces and mountain ranges, taking enjoyment from traversing long and arduous landscapes. Being loyal beasts, they are not easily deterred by obstacles along their path and are the type of creature to trek on ahead if their rider wishes it with little complaint.
Tundra Steeds have a natural spring to their step, making it easy to navigate through the snow, and their longer coats help their riders stay warm during even the worst of blizzards. Much like camels, it is advised and perhaps easiest to mount these creatures while they are kneeling.