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Eucladoceros

By Alice B. Woodward, written by Knipe, Henry Robert. - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/pageimage/20676429, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=44719589, Eucladoceros
By Alice B. Woodward, written by Knipe, Henry Robert. – https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/pageimage/20676429, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=44719589

The oversized antler array of this large deer is comb like, with numerous tines.

Originally Posted by Shade of the En World forums.

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The eucladoceros, or “bush-antlered deer”, sports up to a dozen tines per pedicle in its bushlike antler array.

Larger versions of eucladoceros are known to exist, and use the dire stag statistics.

An eucladoceros is 8 feet long, stands almost 6 feet tall at the shoulder, and sports a rack of antlers 5-1/2 feet wide. It weighs about 1,000 pounds.

Eucladoceros
Large animal
Hit Dice3d8+3 (16 hp)
Initiative+1
Speed50 ft. (10 squares)
Armor Class13 (-1 size, +1 Dexterity, +3 natural), touch 10, flat-footed 12
Base Attack/Grapple+2/+8
AttackHoof +4 melee (1d8+2)
Full Attack2 hooves +4 melee (1d8+2)
Space/Reach10 ft./5 ft.
Special Attacks
Special QualitiesDire, Low-Light Vision, Scent
SavesFort +4, Ref +4, Will +4
AbilitiesStrength 14, Dexterity 12, Constitution 13, Intelligence 2, Wisdom 13, Charisma 6
SkillsHide +3, Listen +5, Spot +4
FeatsAlertness, Endurance
EnvironmentCold forests, hills, and mountains
OrganizationSolitary or herd (3-12)
Challenge Rating2
TreasureNone
AlignmentAlways neutral
Advancement
Level Adjustment

COMBAT

An eucladoceros prefers to flee threats, but will fight fiercely when backed into a corner or if its young or mate is threatened. Eucladoceros often charge opponents with their antlers.

Dire (Ex): An eucladoceros is considered to be a dire animal for the purposes of determining saving throws.

Skills: Eucladoceros have a +4 racial bonus to Hide checks.

Originally appeared in Dragon Magazine #167 (1991).

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