Ok, now I know what you're thinking, "That's a female satyr?! Where the goat legs? Where's the horns??". Now let me tell you all something, originally in greek art, satyrs weren't depicted as half goat men. The satyrs originally had a human appearance except they had donkey ears, up-turned pug noses, and horse tails. The half goat aspect came from the nature god Pan. It's all here on http://www.theoi.com/Georgikos/Satyroi.html This satyr is a female version of the early style of satyrs of greek art. Though they exist in my world, these donkey eared, horse tailed, wild nature men and women are not called "satyrs", instead they are titled as the "Silens".