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Name: Gorilion
Type: Territoral Primate

Dexterity: 3D
Perception: 2D+1
Strength: 7D

Special Abilities
         Four Arms: The Gorilion has 4 arms allowing it to do a more things at one time than a creature with less limbs, the Gorilion therefore ignores all penalties for its first extra action in each round.
         Claws: Str+1D damage in combat, also +2D to climbing skill.
         Fangs: Str+2 damage.
         Infra Red Visual Spectrum: +2D to search, plus the Gorilion ignores all penalties for darkness.

Move: 9
Size: 3m

Description: Although Gorilions are herbivores, they are extremely territorial and will tear to pieces any creatures that penetrate their territory. Although these creatures have spread to a number of worlds, they are still only found in forested or jungle areas, usually in tropical weather conditions. They mate for life, and family groups remain close even after the cubs have grown to adulthood, forming simple groups of families consisting of up to 2 dozen members led by an alpha male. Although Gorilions can be extremely dangerous to those who accidentally stumble into their territory, they rarely stray from their claimed lands, so can actually co-exist with intelligent beings quite closely as long as they are allowed their own space. Various scientific attempts have been made to train and tame Gorilions, but they have failed due to the strong aggressive streak in their temperament, and although their pelts can fetch a small price, Gorilions are generally considered to be useless and not worth the effort of hunting, capturing or killing them.


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Comments made about this Article!



05/Jan/2018 11:04:43 Posted by hellstormer1

I've seen that pic before. I mean, it reminds me of John Carter's white apes, but I know I've seen that specific pic from somewhere else before. Maybe a D20 book?


05/Jan/2018 12:17:41 Posted by Freddy

Yeah it's from D/20 something, think the image was in a sample gallery on the wotc website. And I needed something mean and nasty for a SW adventure.


05/Jan/2018 14:39:30 Posted by hellstormer1

I like it. It's a proper beast.


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