Cow DnD 5E Monster

All zoologists, of every size and shape! Welcoming to my spellbook! Today we’ll be looking at the dnd HTML5e cow monster. It is quite difficult to defeat, but we’ll get into it in more detail. It was discovered in Volo’s Guide to Monsters. The cow provides 50 experience points for a kill. It makes sense if you take a look at the statistics. Let’s take a look at the stats.


The cow is considered a big beast and unaligned. You can ride one, and it is quite cool. AC 10 – Hit points 15 are calculated by adding 4 to 2d10, and then rolling 2. A speed of 30 feet, and the best strength score we have ever seen. You can clock in at an 18, or +4 modifier. Very nice stuff.

  • Type: Large, Unaligned Beast
  • AC: 10
  • HP: 15(2d10+4)
  • Speed: 30ft

His other stats are most noteworthy. He’s a +2 constitution. He is quite stupid with only two intelligences and very uncharismatic, as are most animals.

  • STR: 18(+4)
  • DEX: 10(+0)
  • CON: 14(+2)
  • INT: 2(-4)
  • WIS: 10(+0)
  • CHA: 4(-3)

Take a look at his senses. He only has a passive perceptual ability of 10. However, he has the charge capability. The target will take an additional 7 piercing damages if the cow is at least 20ft from the target. This can be done by rolling 2d6.

It’s cool stuff, and it isn’t as severe as some other charges. Let’s now take a look at what he did.

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Gore The gore attack can be considered a melee weapon attack. It has a range of 5 feet and a hit rate of +6. One target is targeted and 7 piercing injuries are dealt. This is calculated by rolling 1d6 then adding 4. This is very cool, and it’s quite difficult.

These would be mixed in as a fun game. They won’t be aggressive unless they are prompted, but loud noises or a flame might make them more excited. That would make it very entertaining.


Let me know what you think about using them in your games in the comments section. You can also share any comments, suggestions, concerns, and questions you may have. I hope that you have a wonderful day, and be happy to research.


Cost Goods
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10 gp 1 sq. yd. of silk or one cow
15 gp 1 lb. of saffron or one ox
50 gp 1 lb. of gold
500 gp 1 lb. of platinum

Cost Goods
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10 gp 1 sq. yd. of silk or one cow
15 gp 1 lb. of saffron or one ox
50 gp 1 lb. of gold
500 gp 1 lb. of platinum

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Character Level Low Magic Campaign
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3rd and 4th 250 gp, normal starting equipment
5th and 6th 500 gp plus 1d10 x 25 gp, normal starting equipment
7th and 8th 2000 plus 1d10 x 25 gp, normal starting equipment
9th and 10th 4000 gp, normal starting equipment

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