Various, but head gear is roughly eighty centimeters long, thirty-five centimeters wide
Leading direhorse while dismounted.
|Behind the Scenes|
Various different styles of leads and their distinct woven decorations have been handed down by tradition. The lead is slipped loosely over the front of direhorse head. Unlike Terran leads, these are not used for steering the direhorse while riding. This lead is most commonly used when the rider has disconnected his or her queue and is walking the animal from one place to another.
Materials and ConstructionEdit
The lead is constructed from various strong tensile fibers, plant sinew and animal leather. The elements are woven into a design that is both functional and ceremonial.
- Pandorapedia - Direhorse Lead article
- ↑ derived from za’ärìp (=pull), see also: http://forum.learnnavi.org/language-updates/meliu-amip-ipxay-si-sazarip/msg325929/#msg325929