Sleipnirs are much larger in size when compared to normal horses. They have eight legs instead of the usual four for horses and have a black skin complexion with silver white colour for their mane.
With their superior muscle strength, endurance, and mobility, Sleipnirs are regarded as the most versatile type of magical beast for travelling across lands. Due to their abilities, the cost for one Sleipnir is akin to that of the cost of five or more warhorses.
Sleipnirs were magical beasts, and were stronger than normal horses. And thus a kick from its hooves were powerful, and a lethal blow.
Sleipnirs were not as timid as horses, but their strong bodies could buck their riders off with enough of a force to kill them. And so they underwent strict training.
- In Norse mythology, Sleipnir is the name of the steed used by Odin, the King of the Gods.
- Even among the nobility of the Baharuth Empire, it was uncommon for a noble to possess Sleipnir.