Many varieties of deer can be found on Hârn. The Hârnic tribesmen hunt them as a source of food, hide, antlers, and sinew, while the nobles of the island's kingdoms also hunt them for sport.
This bestiary article includes descriptions and statistics for three classes of deer. The Northern Deer, the largest indigenous species, prefers the colder climate of the island's northern region and can thrive where other deer would starve. The Great Deer is a highly prized game animal. The Forest Deer is the smallest of the Hârnic deer species and is hardly bigger than a large dog.