Size: 6 to 7 feet long (not including tail); 6 to 7 feet (with tail); 5 to 7 feet tall at the shoulder
Weight: 1,400 to 1,800 pounds
COU 12 SGC 9 (a) INT 12 CHA 12 DEX 10 AGI 12 CON 18 STR 23
LP 70 AE - KP - INI 12+1D6
DE 6 SPI –4 TOU 4 MOV 9.
Horn Thrust: AT 9 DP 1D6+6 RE short
Trample: AT 8 DP 2D6+5 RE short
Special Abilities: Takedown (Horn Thrust), Trample (Trample)
Skills: Body-Control 4 (12/12/18), Climbing 1 (12/12/23), Feat of Strength 12 (18/23/23), Intimidation 8 (12/12/12), Perception 6 (9/12/12), Self-Control 6 (12/12/18), Stealth 2 (12/12/12), Swimming 6 (12/18/23), Willpower 10 (12/12/12)
Number: 1, or 1D20+5 (herd)
Size Category: large
Type: Animal, non-humanoid
Loot: 450 rations of meat, fur (2 silverthalers), trophy (horns, 2 silverthalers)
Combat Behavior: Ongalo cattle are not very aggressive, but when threatened, they charge their opponents and try to trample them.
Escape: Loss of 50% LP
Animal Lore (Wild Animals)
- QL 1: Ongalo cattle are most comfortable in herds. They are docile if you do not threaten them or their offspring.
- QL 2: Ongalo bulls live apart from herds and are more aggressive and more easily threatened than others. They often attack without apparent reason.
- QL 3+: The horns of an Ongalo bull are important for the rituals of bull cults and supposedly make them easier to perform. Ongalo bulls react aggressively to the color purple.
Hated Purple: Ongalo cattle hate the color purple. They try to trample any purple object that comes within sight.
Pack Mule: Ongalo cattle can carry up to 150 pounds of weight.
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