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A large crocodilian creature charges forward with unbelievable speed. Its mouth drips saliva as it opens with eagerness. Massive teeth rim its short, deep jaw. There is a strip of red that runs down its back.

Originally Posted by Darknecromancer of the Wizards Community forums.

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Postosuchus are an early predator that resemble crocodiles in body, but they are much faster and their jaws are built for crushing rather than thrashing. They are some 20 ft in length, with a large portion of that length taken up by their massive maws. They are capable of standing on their back legs for a time is they need to Intimidate larger creatures or to reach prey that thought they were safe in trees. They can stand up to about 6 ½ feet. While not truly dinosaurs, they were the top predators in their time and were unopposed for 7 million years.

huge animal
Hit Dice12d8 +36 ( 90 hp)
Initiative+2 (+2 Dexterity)
Speed40 feet (8 squares)
Armor Class17 (+7 natural, +2 Dexterity, -2 size) , Touch 10, Flat Footed 15
Base Attack+9
AttackBite +16 melee (2d8 +9)
Space/Reach15 ft/ 15 ft
Special AttacksCrushing Bite
Special QualitiesLow Light Vision, Scent
SavesFort +9, Ref +8, Will +6
AbilitiesStrength 22, Dexterity 14, Constitution 17, Intelligence 2, Wisdom 14, Charisma 7
SkillsHide +13, Listen +15, Spot +15
FeatsAlertness, Improved Natural Attack (Bite), Weapon Focus (Bite)
EnvironmentWarm Lands
OrganizationSolitary, or pair
Challenge rating10
AlignmentAlways Neutral
Advancement13-20 HD (Huge)


Crushing Bite The bite of a Postosuchus deals significant damage on its own, but also has a crippling effect on those bitten in case the Postosuchus is unable to keep up with it. Creatures bitten by a Postosuchus take 1 point of strength damage for ever bite they receive.

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