- Order: Artiodactyla
- Family: Anteka
- Species: Anteka
Anteka are deer-like Herbivores found in snowy regions.
Anteka are herbivores, and as such often become prey for arctic predators. Anteka are the perfect size to be an excellent food source for Giaprey. Larger predators like Lagombi, Barioth, and Blangonga are known to feed on them.
Anteka are greatly adapted for life in the cold. They have long legs with thick, cloven hooves, excellent for bursts of speed as well as keeping the creature from sinking in the snow. Anteka also have thick, wooly fur that shields it from the frigid mountain air. Anteka are known for their large horns. They are present in both genders.
The behavior of the Anteka is much the same as that of a Kelbi. They will run at first sight from any large wyvern or other predatory species. When attacked they will normally defend themselves by ramming their foe with their large horns.