Boggard

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Boggard
Boggard.png

Chaotic Evil (Boggard)

3 Humanoid
1 Warrior
Size
Medium
Speed
20 ft.
Initiative
-1
STR
15
DEX
9
CON
14
INT
8
WIS
11
CHA
10

Skill
+5 Perception +3 Stealth

22 experience points

Defense
37 Hit points
AC
12

Flat-footed
12
Touch
7
Fortitude
7
Will
1
Reflex
0

Resistance:

Immune to:

Vulnerable to:

Offense
Spear
Range: 2 ft.
Attack: +5
Damage: 1d8+3 P

BASE ATTACK BONUS
+3
COMBAT MANEUVER
+5 Bonus 12 Defense

Features and Abilities
Charge, Terrifying Croak, Coup de Grace
Fighting Defensively
Feat, Coup de Grace, Fighter Proficiencies, Armor Proficiency (Light Armor), Armor Proficiency (Medium Armor), Armor Proficiency (Heavy Armor), Simple Weapon Proficiency, Martial Weapons Proficiency, Shield Proficiency, Tower Shield Proficiency, Toughness

Analyze Skill: Lore (Nature) DC 12 to 27

Boggard is an enemy in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

Description[edit | edit source]

Also known as toadfol, boggards resemble anthropomorphic frogs or toads, complete with webbed hands and feet, large eyes, and overly wide mouths. These creatures make their homes near large rivers or deep in marshes. There they make small villages composed of mud mounds on the banks. Boggards start out life as tadpoles in breeding ponds, eventually growing to a length of 3 feet before sprouting arms and legs and becoming capable of terrestrial living. Acceptance into the clan then depends on the young boggard’s successful hunt to kill a sentient humanoid. Those who fail are exiled from the clan. As boggards age, they continue to grow and lose their coloration. Exceptionally old boggards bear completely white skin covering massive corpulent bodies. Some of these boggards rank among the caste of priest-kings and enjoy a life of grotesque pleasures ruling their clans.

Though often hunched over, boggards stand 5 feet tall and weigh close to 200 pounds. These creatures live for 50 years, though the harsh swamps and infighting usually cut these years short.

Equipment[edit | edit source]