Hodag-Like Treant

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Hodag-Like Treant
Hodag-like Treant.png

Neutral (Hodag)

8 Magical Beast
Size
Large
Speed
20 ft.
Initiative
+1
STR
29
DEX
12
CON
23
INT
11
WIS
16
CHA
14

Skill
16 Perception
20 Athletics
4 Stealth

67 experience points

Defense
100 Hit points
AC
25

Flat-footed
24
Touch
11
Fortitude
12
Will
7
Reflex
7

Resistance: 10 Damage Reduction /Cold Iron

Immune to:

Vulnerable to:

Offense
Bite
Range: 5 ft.
Attack: +14
Damage: 1d8+15 SPB
Claw
Range: 5
Attack: +14 / +14
Damage: 1d6+15 SB
Tail
Range: 5
Attack: +14
Damage: 1d8+15 B

BASE ATTACK BONUS
+8 / +3
COMBAT MANEUVER
+21 Bonus 32 Defense

Features and Abilities
Charge, Stunning Blow, Coup de Grace, Demoralize (Persuasion), Treat Affliction
Power Attack, Fighting Defensively, Acrobatics (Mobility)
Power Attack, Iron Will, Toughness, Damage Reduction 5-10/cold iron, Feat, Coup de Grace

Analyze Skill: Knowledge (Arcana) DC 18

Hodag-Like Treant is a creature in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

Description[edit | edit source]

As stout as a bull with a reptile's scaly, spiked body, hodags are legendary forest predators that hunt along the edges of civilization in thick woods. Green, gray, and black scales cover the beasts, helping them blend in amid underbrush, and sharp spikes stand along their backs and run down their powerful, dangerous tails. Loggers share stories of being followed by hodags and seeing their glowing red eyes in the otherwise oppressive darkness of the deep forest. In the wintertime, when snow and ice blankets the region, hodags grow a foul-smelling coat of greasy, dark brown fur that sprouts in tufts from between their scales.

Many believe that hodags are not simply strong beasts but rather unique and specific terrors that have lived and hunted certain woodlands for ages. Others living near such wilderness, however, consider hodags a myth, nothing more than the sort of tall tale that is typical of excitable rural folk. A male hodag measures 10 feet long and weighs 700 pounds.

Equipment[edit | edit source]

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