Pathfinder Unchained: Jurassic Tiger


Artwork by Rick Hershey
Artwork by Rick Hershey
As we mentioned yesterday, all week long we are posting monsters made from Pathfinder® Roleplaying Game: Pathfinder Unchained™. Yesterday we showed off a real tank of a monster with a high armor class but a very low touch AC and and an easy to fool Will save.

Today, we have the jurassic tiger. This monster is more of a striker. Its bite can rip your body apart while its claws can savage an opponent’s defenses. Incase you are not sure, the DC for the body rip and the defense breaker are listed at the start of attack options. It is the same for both.

Jurassic Tiger CR/HD 8

Init +0; Perception +13 (low-light vision)
Size Large; Speed 40 ft.


Defenses


AC 23 (touch 14, flat-footed 16); Fort +9, Ref +9, Will +7; CMD 27
hp 110


Attacks


Melee bite +15(1d8+6 plus body rip), 2 claws +10(1d6+6 plus defense breaker)
Attack Options (DC 16) body rip (1d4 Con damage, Fort half), defense breaker (lose Dex bonus, 1 round, Fort negates); CMB +17


Statistics


Str +6, Con +4, Int –4, Wis +2; Intimidate +13, Perception +13, Stealth +16
XP 4,800; N Animal

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Published by Dale McCoy

Greetings, I am Dale McCoy, Jr. Jon Brazer is the name of an old role playing character of mine, a Gangrel ghoul from a Vampire game. I live in New Jersey and I write role playing game material on a freelance basis. During the day, I work as an engineer and enjoy spending time with my wife.

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