Originally Posted by Insane Psycho Rabbit of the Wizards Community forums.
Prosaurolophus is a mid-sized hadrosaur with a small crest between its eyes.
Prosaurolophus congregate in herds near floodplains, using their wide beaks to pick off low-lying vegetation. They have fleshy sacs upon the nose, which they use to communicate by bellowing. Their bellows can carry for miles, though they are not as loud or powerful as those of the larger-crested species.
An average prosaurolophus is between 26 and 30 feet long and weighs several tons.
|Hit Dice||10d8+70 (115 hp)|
|Speed||40 ft. (8 squares)|
|Armor Class||15 (-2 size, +1
Dexterity, +6 natural), touch 9, flat-footed 14
|Attack|| Tail slap +12
|Full Attack||Tail slap +12
melee (2d6+7) and bite +7 melee (1d8+3)
|Space/Reach||15 ft./10 ft.|
|Special Attacks||Trample 2d6+10|
|Saves|| Fort +13, Ref
+8, Will +4
|Abilities||Strength 25, Dexterity 13,
Constitution 22, Intelligence 1, Wisdom 12, Charisma 7
|Skills||Hide -3, Listen +7, Spot +7, Swim +8|
|Feats||Alertness, Improved Initiative, Improved
plains and marshes
family (2-5), or herd (5-20)
|Advancement||11-18 HD (Huge),
19-25 HD (Gargantuan)
Prosaurolophus are generally not combative creatures; they prefer fleeing to fighting. If cornered, a prosaurolophus will lash out with its tail. A prosaurolophus threatened by smaller carnivores may attempt to trample its attackers.
Trample (Ex): Reflex half DC 22. The save DC is Strength-based.