Recent Changes

Today

  1. page Bestiary edited ... List of Creatures A ... ape (carnivorous) ~ Apep's serpent ~ astral B baboon ~ badger …
    ...
    List of Creatures
    A
    ...
    ape (carnivorous) ~ Apep's serpent ~ astral
    B
    baboon ~ badger ~ baluchitherium ~ barracuda ~ basilisk ~ bat (giant) ~ bear (black) ~ bear (brown) ~ bear (cave) ~ beaver ~ beetle (giant bombadier) ~ beetle (giant boring) ~ beetle (giant fire) ~ beetle (giant rhinoceros) ~ beetle (giant stag) ~ beetle (giant water) ~ beholder ~ black pudding ~ blink dog ~ bloodworm (giant) ~ boa constrictor ~ boar ~ bonesnapper ~ brownie ~ buffalo ~ bugbear ~ bulette ~ byakhee
    C
    ...
    carrion crawler ~ cattle ~ centipede (giant)
    D
    dragon ~ dragonis huakinthos ~ dragonis malignans
    (view changes)
    12:31 am
  2. page Cattle (deleted) edited
    12:31 am
  3. page Centipede (giant) (deleted) edited
    12:30 am
  4. page Dragonis Huakinthos edited {Dragonis Huakinthos.jpg} {Blue {Blue dragon.jpg} {Dragonis Huakinthos.jpg} Also known Th…
    {Dragonis Huakinthos.jpg}
    {Blue
    {Blue dragon.jpg} {Dragonis Huakinthos.jpg} Also known
    There are three known species of dragonis huakinthos, all of which are blue in color. The brightest of these is the huakinthos Cordilleran, which appears with a rich, dark sapphire tone and is found in concerning numbers in the high mountains of Colombia, in the New World. They prefer high country forests on the western slopes of the Andes, the Sierra Madre Oriental in Mexico and the vast forests of Mato Grosso and the Amazon basin. Where possible, they prefer to dwell at altitudes above 9,000 ft. The Cordilleran is the only blue dragon species known to overwhelmingly dwell in caves.
    The huakinthos wenzori are concentrated on obscure mountainous islands throughout the Congo River basin, in groups that are believed to be tribal in organization, though this is highly disputed by Portuguese and Spanish authorities. The name originates with the Ruwenzori mountains in Central Africa, also known as the Mountains of the Moon, whose extent is at present unknown and much disputed. The Ruwenzori mountains are said to be sacred to blue dragons, with some sources claiming that hundreds of wenzori at a time have been seen flying in the direction of the mountains during years of drought. In any case, it is known that the wenzori are tree dwellers, preferring to make their lairs in the canopies of trees, more than 150 feet above the ground. These lairs are typically draped in spider's webbing, though the relationship between spiders and wenzori dragons is unknown.
    (view changes)
    12:29 am
  5. page Antelope (sable) edited {Sable_Antelope_image.png} During {Antelope.jpg} During these periods, ... males will {A…
    {Sable_Antelope_image.png}
    During
    {Antelope.jpg} During these periods,
    ...
    males will
    {Antelope.jpg}

    grow quite aggressive. When any of the groups are threatened by outsiders, the antelope will join together and confront them, using their scimitar-shaped horns.
    An antelope which inhabits the wooded savanna of East Africa, from the Ethiopian highlands south to the Orange River. Often referred to as the black sable because of its dark coat; the skins are prized for their use as floor coverings and in making shields.
    (view changes)
    12:29 am
  6. page Antelope (sable) edited {Antelope.jpg} {Sable_Antelope_image.png} {Sable_Antelope_image.png} During these ... males…
    {Antelope.jpg} {Sable_Antelope_image.png}{Sable_Antelope_image.png}
    During these
    ...
    males will grow
    {Antelope.jpg}
    grow
    quite aggressive.
    An antelope which inhabits the wooded savanna of East Africa, from the Ethiopian highlands south to the Orange River. Often referred to as the black sable because of its dark coat; the skins are prized for their use as floor coverings and in making shields.
    Males are about one fifth taller and heavier than the female (roll d8 for hp). They form herds of 10 to 30 females and calves led by a single male. Separated from the herd will typically be a "bachelor group" of up to 12 males. Males will fight among themselves to become the lead male, but these fights rarely end in injury.
    (view changes)
    12:29 am
  7. page Antelope (sable) edited {Sable Antelope image.png} n {Antelope.jpg} {Sable_Antelope_image.png} During these periods, …
    {Sable Antelope image.png} n{Antelope.jpg} {Sable_Antelope_image.png}
    During these periods, the males will grow quite aggressive. When any of the groups are threatened by outsiders, the antelope will join together and confront them, using their scimitar-shaped horns.
    An
    antelope which
    ...
    the wooded savannahsavanna of East
    Males are about one fifth taller and heavier than the female (roll d8 for hp). They form herds of 10 to 30 females and calves led by a single male. Separated from the herd will typically be a "bachelor group" of up to 12 males. Males will fight among themselves to become the lead male, but these fights rarely end in injury.
    ...
    bull. During these periods, the males will grow quite aggressive. When any ofthis time, the male groups tend to be aggressive against outsiders.
    When sable antelopes
    are threatened by outsiders, the antelopethreatened, they will join together and confront them,confront, using their scimitar-shaped horns. Groups have been known to kill even lions. If breaking before a large enough pride or by human hunters, however, they will run up to 35 miles per hour (see Horse Gaits). As such, hunters must hit them before they rush away, then track the hit animal until it stops running.
    Encounters
    #1 (timid):(seasonally aggressive): if approached to within 9-1613-28 hexes, the animalaggressive males will flee until it is separated by 70-80 hexes frombecome active, rush together and jump forward between 4-10 hexes; if the threat it has encountered. Note thatnumber of enemy outnumbers the creatureantelopes, they will become quite agitated if approached to within 30 hexes . . . but it will not break until it is approached more closely or if it is attacked. The animal will avoidinto a clean miss, but ifrun, typically covering a missile hits its hide (better than AC 10 but not sufficient to hit AC 7)distance of about half a mile before stopping. If they equal or actually causes damage, thenoutnumber the creatureenemy, however, they will flee as soon asaggressively charge until it is able to do so.clear they are being left alone. This form of behaviour only occurs when the animals are rutting, when a new herd is deciding upon a leader.
    #2 (curious): the creature(non-aggressive): if approached within 9-16 hexes, all herds will demonstratequietly give ground, typically a degreedistance of curiousity;20-50 hexes, before settling down again. They will fight if there is truly no threat (no character has drawn a weapon), then the creatureapproached. A missile hit will movecause one to within 2-8 hexes ofscream, which will send the rest into a humanoid offering food or demonstrating kindness.run.
    See Bestiary
    (view changes)
    12:28 am
  8. file Antelope.jpg uploaded
    12:08 am
  9. file Antejunk (deleted) uploaded Deleted File
    12:03 am
  10. page Antelope (sable) edited Species: mammal No. Appearing: 4-40 Distribution: group Behaviour: inoffensive herbivore Intel…
    Species: mammal
    No. Appearing: 4-40
    Distribution: group
    Behaviour: inoffensive herbivore
    Intelligence: 1
    Length: 3 ft. at shoulder
    Weight: 130 lb.
    Armor Class: 7
    HD: 2
    Hp/die: d6
    Attacks: na
    THACO: na
    Damage: na
    Special Powers: na
    Move: 13 AP
    Range: desert, scrub, steppe
    Treasure: none
    {Sable Antelope image.png} n antelope which inhabits the wooded savannah of East Africa, from the Ethiopian highlands south to the Orange River. Often referred to as the black sable because of its dark coat; the skins are prized for their use as floor coverings and in making shields.
    Males are about one fifth taller and heavier than the female (roll d8 for hp). They form herds of 10 to 30 females and calves led by a single male. Separated from the herd will typically be a "bachelor group" of up to 12 males. Males will fight among themselves to become the lead male, but these fights rarely end in injury.
    When a herd grows too large, it divides into smaller groups of cows and their young. These groups form new herds, once again with only one adult bull. During these periods, the males will grow quite aggressive. When any of the groups are threatened by outsiders, the antelope will join together and confront them, using their scimitar-shaped horns.

    Encounters
    #1 (timid): if approached to within 9-16 hexes, the animal will flee until it is separated by 70-80 hexes from the threat it has encountered. Note that the creature will become quite agitated if approached to within 30 hexes . . . but it will not break until it is approached more closely or if it is attacked. The animal will avoid a clean miss, but if a missile hits its hide (better than AC 10 but not sufficient to hit AC 7) or actually causes damage, then the creature will flee as soon as it is able to do so.
    (view changes)
    12:03 am

More