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Similar to radstags, gazelle originate from a different taxonomic family, but have two heads, six legs (two or which are malformed), mangy coats and similar builds. Unlike radstags, however, gazelle have two pairs of long, slender horns and are nowhere near as docile and timid. They travel in herds of two to four individuals and are quick to attack if they detect an enemy creeping up on them.
Gazelle are about as hardy as radstags, but will stay to fight rather flee at the first sight of opposition. Their horns do an admirable amount of damage, but the real threat comes from the herd ganging up on a single target.
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