All paleontologists, of every size and shape! You are now in my spellbook. Thank you for clicking on the 65th episode. Another dino has arrived. This is very exciting. This is the Hadrosaurus. Its bony horn can be seen on its skull. This herbivore is kind of cool. This is the Volo’s Guide to Monsters. It gives 50 experience points for the kill (CR:1/4(50XP). ). Let’s now take a closer look at the stats of hadrosaurs.
This beast is large and unaligned, which allows medium-sized creatures to ride on it. You can live out your childhood dreams. It has an AC of 11 and a solid 19 hit point, which can be used to add 3d10 and 3, speed of 40ft. This is quite nice.
- Type: Large Animal, Unaligned
- AC: 11
- HP: 19(3d10+3)
- Speed: 40ft
The stats are kind of disappointing for a dinosaur +2 strength, which is great. Constitution +1 is also pretty impressive. I don’t really know why, but I feel kinda overwhelmed.
- STR: 15(+2)
- DEX: 10(+0)
- CON: 13(+1)
- INT: 2(-4)
- WIS: 10(+0)
- CHA: 5(-3)
Take a look at the skills. You’ll notice a +2 perception, which is always good. And under senses it has a passive perception score of 12, which makes it higher than the average in the category. Let’s now take a look at its actions.
A tail attack can be performed by the Hadrosaurus: This attack is a melee weapon. It deals 7 bludgeoning damages per hit and can hit one target.
It’s very nice, I really like it. You should really take full advantage of the dinosaur heritage and their looks.
However, I do find it difficult to think of other uses. If you think of other ways to use them, let me know in the comments section. Also, be sure and mention your concerns, questions or comments. I wish you all a wonderful day, and please remember to be happy researching.
All paleontologists, of every size and shape! You are now in my spellbook. Thank you for clicking on the 65th episode. Another dino has arrived. This is very exciting. This is the Hadrosaurus. Its bony horn can be seen on its skull. This herb