[New Monster] Two-Tailed Tiger

Two-Tailed Tiger

‘No, no, no, no!’ Koram said as he swirled around, sword in hand, as another of the huge tigers appeared behind the adventurers.

‘I can’t get spiders here fast enough!’ lamented Valance.

‘I told you to reason with it,’ Chalk chided the others as he cast a spell.

Navnen was silent, trying to outflank the huge felines with gritted teeth.

Chalk’s spell went off and the two felines suddenly began floating through the air, snarling and clawing at the quartet of adventurers. Suddenly one of the tigers disappeared.

The wizard knelt by the upside down tiger as it floated helplessly.

‘Do we negotiate now?’ he asked.

The creature nodded slowly, but its eyes still held rage.

‘Okay, another few minutes and I’ll ask again,’ Chalk said as he stood up straight.

The two-tailed tiger thrashed and clawed the air in frustration and anger.

‘Cats,’ Koram said, shaking his head.

Two-Tailed Tiger

No. Enc.: 1 (1d4)

Alignment: Neutral

Movement: 180′ (60′)

Armor Class: 6

Hit Dice: 8

Attacks: 3 (two claws, one bite)

Damage: 1d8/1d8 (claws) or 1d6 (bite)

Save: F6

Morale: 10

Hoard Class: XXII

X.P.: 1200

A devastating apex predator, the two-tailed tiger is a creature of Low to Average Intelligence that packs a devasting extra weapon, the creature may create a duplicate of itself that has the same hit points and attacks as the original and lasts for 1d4+1 rounds before fading from existence. These cunning creatures do not reveal this ability usually until combat has gone against them and they can make their duplicate appear anywhere within 10′ of themselves. This ability is usable twice per day. Some giants will try to acquire one of these creatures as a cub to use as a faithful pet/companion.

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