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The squat, burrowing badger is plentiful in most temperate forests. Most species are carnivorous, though some eat a variety of meat, insects, and vegetables. The badger possesses a fierceness and natural tenacity, while its stubby legs and wide, seemingly portly stature belie the creature's actual Strength and speed.

A typical badger has dark brownish-gray fur highlighted with white markings, such as bands or striped masks about the eyes. These markings are distinct and vary by species. While generally friendly, if threatened or otherwise provoked, badgers can become fierce combatants. Once engaged with an opponent, they typically fight until slain. In Combat, they fight with their sharp, needle-like teeth and long, curved claws, which they otherwise use for digging.

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Attributes

AC
13, Touch 12, Flat-footed 12 (+1 Dex, +1 Natural, +1 Size)
Alignment
N
Base Atk
+0
CMB
1
CMD
10 (14 Vs. Trip)
CR
1/2
Cha
6
Con
15
Creature Type
Animal
Dex
13
Environment
Temperate Forests
Feats
Toughness
Fort
+4
HP
9 (1d8+5)
Init
N Small Animal +1
Int
2
Melee
Bite +1 (1d3), 2 Claws +1 (1d2)
Organization
Solitary, Pair, Or Clan (36)
Racial Modifiers
+4 Escape Artist
Ref
+3
Senses
Low-light Vision, Scent ; Perception +5
Size
Small
Skills
Escape Artist +5, Perception +5
Special Attacks
Blood Rage
Speed
30 Ft., Burrow 10 Ft.
Str
10
Treasure
Incidental
Will
+1
Wis
12
XP
200
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