Abadas are a type of mythological horse, very similar to the Unicorn.


Abadas are about the size of a small donkey, naturally smaller than Unicorns. Their fur is brown and their tails are long and boar-lile. Their most notable features are their two horns. They possess one on the top of their head and a smaller one on their nose.


  • Their horns can be ground up and used in poison antidotes.
  • Abadas are extremely shy and endangered, making them a rare sighting.
  • They are related to Unicorns.