Sheep are mostly woolly farm animals, sometimes just over one step high. Their colour varies from white to grey to black. Besides the wool breeds, there are also breeds with less wool which are primarily bred for meat production.
Throughout Tirakan, from the icy deserts of the north (the so-called Yeti sheep) to the steppes and even deserts of the south.
Sheep are calm animals and as long as they have enough to eat, they are not aggressive. Most sheep are extreme herd animals. No sheep leaves the flock unless it comes back.
If a sheep feels cornered, it may snap and kick. But because of their low physical strength, shepherds usually have no problems with this.