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Ankylosaurusby Trevor Mellis
Type and Size:
7d10+35 (80 hp)
18 (+9 natural, +1 Dex, -2 size)
1 tail +13 melee
1d6 +5 melee
10' x 20' / 10'
Fort. +10, Ref. +6, Will -3
Str. 26, Dex. 12, Con. 21, Int. 1, Wis. 12, Cha. 7
Listen +2, Spot +3
Prehistoric jungle, prehistoric hills
Solitary (1) or herd (1-8)
Large (4 HD), Gargantuan (12 HD)
The body of an ankylosaurus is covered with thick bony armour and ends in a massive club-like tail. This dinosaur walks on four legs and eats plants. It is 15 feet long, 4 feet tall, and weighs 4-5 tons. An ankylosaurus is usually found in jungles and hills of "lost world" areas.
Dinosaurs take full advantage of their size and speed. The great herbivores frequently overrun and trample their opponents.
Trample (Ex): An ankylosaurus can trample Medium-size or smaller creatures for 2d6+5 points of damage. Opponents who do not make attacks of opportunity against the ankylosaurus can attempt a Reflex save (DC 23) to halve the trample damage.