|Hair||Short, covers body, Longer mane around head (male)|
|Force Ability||Below Average|
|Height|| 1.8-2.5 meters at the shoulder (male)
1.2-1.6 meters at the shoulder (female)
|Weight|| 350-450 kilograms (male)
60-100 kilograms (female)
|Abilities||Short-range flight (female)|
|Features|| Curved horns (male)
The Epoem are a quadropedal species with elongated bodies and heads. Males usually measure about 50% longer than they are tall, while females average as high as 100% longer. Their facial structure is that of an herbivorous prey, with large mouths and flat teeth and one eye on either side of the head. They have short tails that are often used in communication and their ears extend from the top of their head.
The males of the species are larger, bulkier, and much heavier. They are built for durability, with thick hides and thicker bones. Their elongated heads are partially truncated at the front, giving them more prominent muzzles. They also have horns on their heads that curve down from the top into a spiral that covers the sides of their skull.
Males also have much shorter necks, their heads extending more forward than up. They have much more pronounced haunches, built for strength instead of speed.