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13 Unicorns

Fellow glorious Celestial beings! We’ve heralded you here today to pay homage to one our most sacred of creatures: The Unicorn!

Freeman was particularly excited to cover this one, and true to form was surprised by the rich real-world history. You know all those mystical and magical ideas surrounding Unicorns you have in your head already? Well SPOILER ALERT: IRL barely has any of it!

Get ready for a few hilarious descriptions from ancient and grossly inaccurate Natural History accounts of a creature no one has really seen and gets confused with another one-horned beast! And out first dive into the mechanic Legendary Actions!

Special mention of Cawood Publishing’s Monsters of Feyland for some ‘Homebrew’ options discussed later in the episode!

Cheers! And Happy Listening!

Reading List Physiologus: A Medieval Book of Natural Lore - Michael J. Curley Pseudodoxia Epidemica: Or, Enquiries Into Commonly Presumed Truths – Sir Thomas Browne

Monsters of Feyland – Cawood Publishing

Watch List Crash Course World History – John Green


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