Orc Treasure: Totem Animals
Nysser knocked another arrow and let the arrow fly but the oaken bear stood on its hind legs and caught another arrow.
“The orc got away!” Koram lamented. “We need to get out of here before he alerts others!”
Drums could be heard in the deep woods.
“Too late!” Chalk said. “Better brace for an attack! And somebody, take that wooden bear down!”
These simple wooden carvings are enchanted by orc sorcerers and shamans to give to scouts as a distraction to allow the orc more time to escape to report back to its superiors. These scouts usually possess no more than three of these at a time. The mindless animals created serve the one who threw them to the ground and attack or as beasts of burden.
Benefit: Orc woodcrafters carve these animals from hardy woods such as oak, maple or walnut among other hardwoods. To activate one must merely throw the wooden animal to the ground, the impact causes a Medium sized animal to appear. These animals attack as below or can bear up to 300 pounds for three hours before reverting back to their small, hand-held form.
Wooden Boar (1) [AL N, MV 90 ‘ (30’), AC 6, HD 4+2, #AT 1, DG 1d4+2 (bite), SV F2, ML 12]
Wooden Wolf (1) [AL N, MV 120′ (40′), AC 7, HD 3 #AT 1, DG 1d4/1d4 (claws or bite), SV F3, ML 12]
Wooden Bear (1) [AL N, MV 90′ (30”), AC 6, HD 5, #AT 2, DG 1d4/1d4/1d4+2 (claw/claw or bite), SV F4, ML 12]
Usable by: Anyone.