Horse’s Rules of Monsters Encountered when out Riding…
All riders should know these
horse in line wakes up the monsters and is in no danger.
The horse at
the end of the ride gets eaten first.
eat you more easily if you are near the hedge
hear you more clearly when you are going away from home. On the way home they
can't hear you very well, especially if you go faster.
partially disguise themselves as ordinary objects. Mailboxes and lines on the
roads are common disguises. Humans fall for this all the time, but horses
also easily change into scary flying things like paper bags or butterflies
that can eat you instantly.
"experienced" trail horses don't run from monsters is that they're all tough
and stringy and don't taste good. They're safe. Monsters loooooooove tender
sweet young mares.
haven't been out on the trail for a while taste much better than horses who
are out all the time.
temporarily immune to monster attacks while being fed treats. Mealtimes are
The size of a
culvert or drain is inversely proportionate to the size of the monster within;
big monsters live in small drains and small monsters live in big ones.
always a monster inside tractors, combined harvesters and diesel powered
trucks and cars
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