The Menejadi greater riding goat, in the native tongue typically called a baphomet or bapho, is a smelly, onerous creature. Sure of foot and more stubborn than a mule (because only a mule is exactly as stubborn as a mule), the relationship a bapho rider has with his mount is not the kinship of a horse and rider, but more alike to that of quarrelsome, mildly abusive siblings. Still, proponents assert that it has several advantages over a horse – it takes more easily to combat training and is less prone to scaring, it can survive wall on forage, and it has a pair of giant terrible horns.
Unmolested, a baphomet will leave well enough alone assuming it is provided the same courtesy. If prodded or otherwise engaged, it is likely to simply stand there obstinately and glare at the provoker. An escalation to violence will provoke the beast to lash out with hoof and horn. Baphomet instinctively detest wolves and will attack them on sight – no amount of training can rid them of this habit.