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Ongalo Cattle

Size: 6 to 7 feet long (not including tail); 6 to 7 feet (with tail); 5 to 7 feet tall at the shoulder

Weight: 1,400 to 1,800 pounds

COU 12 SGC 9 (a) INT 12 CHA 12 DEX 10 AGI 12 CON 18 STR 23

LP 70 AE - KP - INI 12+1D6

DE 6 SPI –4 TOU 4 MOV 9.

Horn Thrust: AT 9 DP 1D6+6 RE short

Trample: AT 8 DP 2D6+5 RE short


Actions: 1

Special Abilities: Takedown (Horn Thrust), Trample (Trample)

Skills: Body-Control 4 (12/12/18), Climbing 1 (12/12/23), Feat of Strength 12 (18/23/23), Intimidation 8 (12/12/12), Perception 6 (9/12/12), Self-Control 6 (12/12/18), Stealth 2 (12/12/12), Swimming 6 (12/18/23), Willpower 10 (12/12/12)

Number: 1, or 1D20+5 (herd)

Size Category: large

Type: Animal, non-humanoid

Loot: 450 rations of meat, fur (2 silverthalers), trophy (horns, 2 silverthalers)

Combat Behavior: Ongalo cattle are not very aggressive, but when threatened, they charge their opponents and try to trample them.

Escape: Loss of 50% LP

Animal Lore (Wild Animals)

  • QL 1: Ongalo cattle are most comfortable in herds. They are docile if you do not threaten them or their offspring.
  • QL 2: Ongalo bulls live apart from herds and are more aggressive and more easily threatened than others. They often attack without apparent reason.
  • QL 3+: The horns of an Ongalo bull are important for the rituals of bull cults and supposedly make them easier to perform. Ongalo bulls react aggressively to the color purple.

Hunt: 0

Special Rules

Hated Purple: Ongalo cattle hate the color purple. They try to trample any purple object that comes within sight.

Pack Mule: Ongalo cattle can carry up to 150 pounds of weight.

Aventurian Bestiary, page 107