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Standing on three legs, this Creature is a mix of dangerous jungle animals and plants fused into one deadly predator.
A tunche is a bizarre forest Creature with twisted feline legs, a dense body resembling jungle undergrowth, clawed arms like those of a praying mantis, and a head resembling a cross between a monstrous spider's head and a jungle orchid. Although it has plant and Animal features, a tunche is neither plant nor Animal and is immune to effects that specifically target such creatures. Considering itself the ultimate protector of the jungle, a tunche prowls its domain in search of any who might despoil this vibrant and lush environment. If a tunche encounters travelers who treat the jungle with proper respect, it might simply observe them or Demand an offering in exchange for allowing them to pass through its territory.
A tunche especially enjoys toying with its victims, using its magic to confuse and Mislead its opponents. A tunche rarely kills a foe without toying with it first, unless the target is actively harming plants or animals.
A tunche stands 20 feet tall and weighs 4,000 pounds.
Poison (Ex) Bite—injury; Save Fort DC 29; Frequency 1/round for 6 rounds; Effect 1d4 Con and 1d4 Wis plus nauseated for 1 round; Cure 2 consecutive saves.