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Thursday, February 12, 2015
[Mutant Future] Savage Menagerie: Great White Stallion
Movement: 120' (40')
Armor Class: 5
Hit Dice: 4
Attacks: 3 (2 hooves, bite)
Hoard Class: None
Although it appears to be a horse with a shark's head, the Great White Stallion is actually a form of shark that has grown legs and lungs, enabling it to live and move on land. The Great White Stallion stands about 6 feet high and weighs about 900 pounds. It is covered with a slick skin-like membrane rather than hair, though its tail fin has mutated into a hairy tail-like appendage.
The Great White Stallion attacks by rearing up on its rear legs to kick out with its front hooves for 1d6 hit points of damage. It then drops down, its mouth open in order to bite its opponent for 2d6 hit points of damage. The Great White Stallion is a vicious fighter and will often fight to the death rather than running if the combat turns against it. The Great White Stallion has developed an amazing sense of increased balance, which makes it impossible to trip or stumble. The creature cannot be knocked down or knocked off balance, and it is immune to any mental attacks that cause vertigo or dizziness.
Many mutants have tried to catch and "break" a Great White Stallion for use as a mount. This is ill-advised as the creature will attack and consume those it views as a threat...or food. In fact, due to the Great White Stallion's increased caloric needs, it needs to eat at least 6 full meals a day. Even if you can tame one, you would need to insure the food keeps coming. If your new "horse" gets hungry, you WILL become its next meal...
Mutations: increased balance, increased caloric needs