Leopards were big cats. They dwelt in forested mountains, hills, and plains. They had rosettes similar to those of the jaguar, but the leopard's rosettes were smaller and more densely packed, and did not usually have central spots.[citation needed]


Snow leopards were the main predator in the wilds of the World Pillar Mountains of Zakhara[2] and the Leopard Shan of the Hordelands.[3]


Several features of the Realms bore the name of the great cat:



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