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Brontosaurusby John Walter Biles
Brontosaurus, Level 13 Elite Brute
Gargantuan natural beast (Dinosaur) XP 1600
Initiative +8 Senses Perception +10
HP 298; Bloodied 149
AC 27; Fortitude 27, Reflex 21, Will 24
Saves +2 Action Point 1
m Bite (standard; at-will)
Reach 4; +16 vs. AC; 3d6+6 damage
M Tail Attack (Standard; at-will)
Reach 4; +14 vs. Reflex; 2d8+6 and prone (no save needed) and slow (save ends)
All-Out Assault (standard; at-will)
The Brontosaurus makes a Bite and a Tail Attack attack.
Bullwhip Crack (standard; Refresh 5-6)
The Brontosaurus cracks its tail like a whip. A 200 decibel whip.
Close Burst 4; +14 vs. Reflex; 3d10+6 Thunder Damage and Deafened (save ends)
Alignment Unaligned Languages ---
Skills Nature +14
Str 22 (+12) Dex 14 (+8) Wis 16 (+9)
Con 19 (+10) Int 4 (+3) Cha 4 (+3)
Modern science refers to the ‘Brontosaurus’ as ‘Apatosaurus’. Once thought to have lived half submerged in water, it’s now known that the Brontosaurus lived on land, ambling about on massive stocky legs, its tail raised off the ground while in motion. Despite having hugely long necks, the Brontosaurus could not raise its head very high above its body. Brontosaurus are among the largest land animals in history, over 75 feet long and with a mass of at least 25 short tons. Brontosaurs have a single huge claw on each forelimb and three claws on their hind limbs. Juvenile Brontosaurs are semi-bipedal, able to run on their hind legs with their forelegs in the air; older ones had to keep all four on the ground to support their weight.