The Ki-Lin measures about 2 meters in length and 1.5 meters in shoulder height. It is covered in vibrant blue fur with a red mane running across its back. Its most distinguishing feature, however, is a long, curving antler on the top of its head bearing several sharp tines. Despite its menacing appearance, the antler is used for display only.
Ki-Lin are lithotrophic, obtaining their nutrients from minerals.
Ki-Lin are quite peaceful, and appear to have no natural predators. They only become aggressive when they are actively disturbed.