All zoologists, of every size and shape! Hello and welcome to my spellbook! We have a wonderful beast for you today. These guys are amazing, especially when it comes to actual map-building. They are amazing and I will discuss that later. We will now take a closer look at the Cave Badger5e monster. It is located in the Out of the Abyss. This monster is considered a cr1/4, and requires 50 experience points. This is it! Let’s take a look at the mechanics of it and then we will talk about it more.
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The cave badger can be considered a medium-sized beast, but it is not aligned. AC equal to 12 hit points and 13 hit point calculated by rolling 2d8 with a 4 This little fellow leaves no tunnels. It is important to understand what this means.
- Type: Medium Bear, Unaligned
- AC:12 Natural Armor
- HP: 13(2D8+4)
- Speed 15ft Burrow 15ft ( When they burrow they leave behind tunnels
Let’s take a closer look at the actual statistics. It is quite tough and strong. This beast is smarter than most other animals, which is very important. Let’s take a closer look at his other stats.
- STR: 13(+1)
- DEX: 10(+0)
- CON: 15(+2)
- INT: 2(-4)
- WIS: 12(+1)
- CHA: 5(-3)
There is nothing to brag about. His senses have a 30ft range of darknessvision and 60ft each of tremorsense. He also has a passive perception of 11. This is fine. Additionally, he has keen sense that gives him an advantage in perception tests. We’ll quickly examine his actions.
The cave badger was the first animal we covered in our series with multi-attack. The badger is able to get two attacks, such as 1 bite or 1 claw.
The bit attack deals melee damage of 4 to one and 1d6+1.
The claws have a similar melee weapon attack. They are +3 to hit and reach 5feet. A hit deals either 6 or 2d4+1 slashing damages.
Only difference between them is that the 1d6+1 damage is greater than the 2d4+1. The one that is more piercing is the one that is more slashing. This difference is very small in details. This means that the potential damage for each round will be an average of 10 points. This will vary depending on the level of your party. Depending on which creatures you are putting up against, too.
I think that’s enough! Let me know what you think about cave badgers in games in the comments. You can also share any comments, thoughts, or stories down below. I wish you all a wonderful day, and I hope everyone is happy to research.
The badger is a medium-sized, unaligned creature with 13 hit point and 14 hit point calculated by rolling 2d8. It leaves no tunnels. It has a keen sense of perceiving its environment, as well as darkvision and tremorsense at 30′ and 60′. Its attack