monster dinosaur Hypsilophodon

(Dinosaur) Hypsilophodon



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Originally Posted by Darknecromancer
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A small
creature strays from the others. You look at it small, unthreatening body
and find it cute that such an animal exists. It looks at you over its beak-like
mouth an then flees with unbelievable speed.

A Hypsilophodon
is a small, bipedal plant-eater that lives in large groups for its entire
life. They are preyed on by almost all predators and are practically the bottom
of the food chain. The one thing they have on their side is speed, and lots
of it.
























Hypsilophodon
Medium animal
Hit
Dice
1d8
(4 hp)
Initiative +2
(+2 Dexterity)
Speed 40
ft. (8 squares), Burrow 5 ft.
Armor
Class
13
(+2 Dexterity, +1 natural), touch 12, flat-footed 11
Base
Attack/Grapple
0/-1
Attack Bite
-1 melee (1d3 -1)
Full
Attack
Bite
-1 melee (1d3 -1)
Space/Reach 5
ft./5 ft.
Special
Attacks
Special
Qualities
Low-Light
Vision
, Scent
Saves Fort
+2, Ref +4, Will +2
Abilities Strength
8, Dexterity 15, Constitution 11, Intelligence 2, Wisdom 14, Charisma 10
Skills Listen +4, Spot +4
Feats Run
Environment Warm
forests
Organization Solitary,
Pair, Family (2-5), or Nest (5-20)
Challenge
Rating
1/2
Treasure None
Alignment Always
neutral
Advancement 2-3
HD (Medium)
Level
Adjustment

Combat

A Hypsilophodon
will try to avoid combat at every opportunity. They would much rather flee
than fight, but if seriously threatened they will attempt to defend themselves
with their feeble beaks.

Society

A Hypsilophodon
is never alone for long. They know they are too small to survive on their
own. If something threatens one of them, they others will flee unless the
creature is equal in size to them and alone. If such is the case, The others
will try to cluster around the predator to scare it off.

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