All zoologists, of every size and shape! My spellbook is open! Thank you for tuning in to the 61st episode. We have today’s episode with the giant Owl 5e monster. If you are familiar with regular owls, you will know they are the most basic find familiar option. However, I think if one can access the tressym it is arguably better. He may be looking for something, and it will have a sweet advantage that is almost without consequence. Otherwise, you go as usual. It is very similar to the giant owl, in fact it’s almost identical. Let’s now take a look at the stats and discuss them further.
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The giant owl, which is a huge beast, is also considered neutral. This one is not aligned. There’s actually an alignment. I’ll also tell you a bit about the story. It has an AC of 12 and its hit points of 19 are calculated by rolling 3d10, adding a 3 to speed. You’ll get a normal speed of 5 feet but a fly speed of 60 feet. This makes perfect sense since it isn’t.
- Type: Large Animal, Neutral
- AC: 12
- HP: 19(3D10+3)
- Speed Fly 60ft at 5ft
You’ll see a good strength, dexterous constitution, wisdom, and a fair amount of charisma in the statistics.
- STR: 13(+1)
- DEX: 15(+2)
- CON: 2(+1)
- INT: 8(-1)
- WIS: 13(+1)
- CHA: 10(+0)
Take a look at his skills and you’ll notice a +5 in perception, +4 stealth. senses will give you 120 feet of darkvision, and 15 passive perceptions. That’s pretty impressive. Take a look at his languages. This is right, the owl understands common, elvish, and sylvan, but cannot speak them as he’s an owl. He’s almost like an eagle in Lord of the Rings. They understand things but don’t speak.
Although the eagles of Lord of the Rings are very strange, technically they’re their demi. My little sister knows that she used to tell her about her children but it was really cool. He can tell that he has a lot of wild vibes. There’s neutral alignment and there are sylvans and elvish. They actually befriend other creatures. It’s very cool. Let’s now look at its other characteristics.
Flyby is available to him just as for normal owls.
Flyby – This giant owl doesn’t attack enemies when it is flying out of reach.
This is really great stuff. You could argue that you could mount it on yourself. They were reversed. For example, if you are on a mountain it triggers an attack opportunity. You or your mount can be targeted by the person.
I would argue that they would work in the reverse, but it’s up to you as the DM. Also, the giant owl has access to both keen hearing and excellent sight.
Sight and Hearing: The owl monster can use this trait to gain an advantage in wisdom (Perception), checks that rely on hearing or sight.
That’s quite a lot of them, as you can imagine. Let’s now take a look at the actions of this device and then we will discuss it a bit more.
Talons The giant owl can launch a talons attack. It is a Melee weapon Attack: +3 to hit and reach 5 feet. One target. You can do 8 damage if you hit a successful target Hit: 8 (D6 + 1); this is more accurate.
These guys are great! Kinda serves the elves and other forest-dwelling communities. It might also be helpful for players to decide if they want to aid the poor nobleman or his township, who have been left starving because of lack of farmland. Or do you wish to assist the forest elves who refuse to let humans use their forest land.
This would make for a great story to explore and the giant owls could play a key role. They are intelligent, charismatic, and can comprehend languages. It makes sense that they should have some input in the events. However, just because they don’t know the languages doesn’t necessarily mean they wouldn’t be able to communicate with the elders or elves through magical means.
The Attributes of Giant Owl DnD5E Monster
|Languages||Giant Owl Can Understand Common, Elvish and Sylvan, But Not Speak|
|Roll 0||Talons 1d20 + Talons 3 2d6+1|
|The Senses||Darkvision 120 Ft.|
|Skill||Stealth +4 and Perception +5|
|Speed||Fly 60 feet at 5ft.|
Those are my thoughts! These are just my thoughts! Let me know your thoughts in the comments section. I’d love to hear how you use the huge owl in the game. I hope that you enjoy your day, and be happy research.
Giant Owls are OK and offer some utility, but they’re not the most OP summons. They have balanced survivability and damage but where they shine is utility, being strong and big enough to carry people and smart enough to do complex stuff.29-Oct-2020
about 9 feet tall
If the mount is at least one size category larger than the rider it works. So as long as your dragonborn medium and your giant owl is large then yes.31-Mar-2019
They are humanlike in shape, though some have multiple heads (ettins) or deformities (fomorians). The six varieties of true giant are hill giants, stone giants, frost giants, fire giants, cloud giants, and storm giants. Besides these, creatures such as ogres and trolls are giants.”05-Jul-2021
Giant is one of the creature types in D&D 5e. It encompasses large, vaguely-humanoid looking creatures some of which have ties to magical energies. For the most part, creatures of the giant type are: Bigger than average humanoids.05-Jul-2021
Blakiston fish owl
All zoologists, of every size and shape! My spellbook is open! Thank you for tuning in to the 61st episode. We have today’s episode with the giant Owl 5e monster. If you are familiar with regular owls, you will know they are the most basic find familiar option