- Medieval (culture)
- Sorcery and Medicinal (attribute)
- Neutral (behaviour)
- Unicorns (common type)
A Unicorn that has the body of a mule with yellow-brown shaggy fur like a bear and cloven hooves. Unlike other Unicorns, the Pyrassoupi had not one but two twisted horns protruding from the middle of its forehead. If these horns were obtained they could be dipped in water and create an antidote for venomous stings from snakes. The Pyrassoupi was recorded in works of Ambroise Pare in his On Monsters and Marvels.
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