Crimbury Coneys are massive rabbits, bread as livestock by the Perian halflings of Crimbury and the surrounding region. They are slow and docile compared to their more rambunctious cousins the Kender Hares. Coneys have large, round bodies and stand at about 3 feet at the shoulder. Conies breed and mature quickly, providing a sizable amount of meat. Crimbury Coneys can be compared to pigs or sheep, but are more tolerant of the drier conditions of southern Findle.

A mature coney sells for approximately 3gp