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Antelope

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This graceful Animal has long slender legs and a pair of sharp, sturdy horns arching back from its head.

A typical antelope stands a bit less than 3 feet at the shoulder, measures 4 feet in length, and weighs 60 pounds. In some species, both males and females have horns; in others, only males. Females that lack horns have the same statistics but lack an effective attack.

Antelopes graze in large herds, ever on the watch for predators. Even the hint of a threat can send the whole herd springing away toward safer pastures. Antelopes rarely fight except among themselves during mating season or when cornered by a predator.

The statistics presented above work well not only for numerous species of antelope, but also for smaller-sized, deerlike herbivores found throughout the world.

Of course, not all antelopes are Small. You can generate statistics for larger antelope species, such as elands or kudus, by advancing the antelope presented above by 2 Hit Dice and increasing its size category to Medium. All antelopes of this size are CR 1 creatures.

Attributes

AC
14, Touch 14, Flat-footed 11 (+3 Dex, +1 Size)
Alignment
N
Base Atk
+0
CMB
1
CMD
12 (16 Vs. Trip)
CR
CR 1/2
Cha
7
Con
14
Creature Type
Animal
Dex
17
Environment
Temperate Or Warm Plains
Feats
Lightning Reflexes , Run B
Fort
+4
HP
6 (1d8+2)
Init
N Small Animal +3
Int
2
Melee
Gore +1 (1d4)
Organization
Solitary, Pair, Or Herd (350)
Ref
+7
Senses
Low-light Vision; Perception +5
Size
Small
Skills
Perception +5
Special Attack
Powerful Charge (Gore, 1d4+2)
Speed
60 Ft.
Str
10
Treasure
None
Will
+1
Wis
13
XP
200
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