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A Ziegevolk (TSEE-guh-folk; Ger. Ziege "goat"+ Volk "people") is a goat-like Wesen that first appeared in "Lonelyhearts". When Ziegevolk woge, they grow hair over most of their bodies, their faces become flatter, and their ears become pointed. Like actual goats, they have small horns just above thei...

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