While there is currently an almost acceptable variety of beasties I feel we need a bit more diversity especially if and when animal taming becomes a thing. Naturally I’ve putt together a short list organized by biome with unnatural monsters as their own category.
Zebras You already have a horse model just give it a different skin.
Dromedaries, Or one hummped camels to all you casuals.
Hippos, Of the Giant toothy prehistoric variety please.
Jackals, Good low level hostile predators
Quails, Adorable source of meat feathers and eggs.
Goats, Entry level livestock. Found mostly in NPC camps.
Sivatherium, Prehistoric giraffe moose. Get those over used gazelle outta there!
Serpopards, Looks like a cross between a reptile and a leopard. Considered sacred to Settites.
Peahens and their male counterparts which I am not aloud to mention on these forums. Nice for adorning gardens or as a source of meat, eggs and feathers.
Water buffalo, Best of burden or source of hides, meat and milk.
Tapir, a jungle dwelling mammal that looks like a cross between a big and a elephant.
Monkeys, Because somebody’s gotta spawn up in the trees and throw poop at us.
Hares, I know there are a handful of bunnies up there but we need more.
Aurochs, Gigantic ancestors of modern cattle. It was common for the males to reach the size of a small elephant. I can see herds of these being kept in the valley surrounding New Asagarth. You have to be careful when trying to rustle these moo cows.
Pheasants, Another low level source of meat, eggs and feathers.
Foxes, Retextired versions of the jackals. They are a good source of fur for their size.
Sheep, Source of wool and mutton. Usually found in NPC camps.
I’ll post the monsters after work.