Gary schrieb:


> The Black Beast of Boeruine

> Gargantuan Awnsheghlien

> Hit Dice: 14d8+70 (175 hp)

> Initiative: -1 (Dex)

> Speed: 30 ft., burrow 10 ft.

> AC: 18 (-4 size, +12 natural)

> Attacks: Slam +32 or bite +25, 2 claws +17

> Damage: Slam 2d12+22 plus 1d6 fire or bite 2d8+15 plus 1d6 fire and

> claws 1d6+7

> Face/Reach: 20 ft./15 ft.

> Special Attacks: Burn, stench

> Saves: Fort +12, Reflex +4, Will +3

> Abilities: Str 40, Dex 10, Con 26, Int 6, Wis 8, Cha 4

> Skills: Listen +13

Wouldn´t the "Tremorsense" (like that of the Bulette in the 3E Monsters

Manual) not fit better than a high listen skill?

> Feats: Power Attack, Cleave, Blind-fight, Great Cleave,

> Climate/Terrain: Any land

So Mountains of solid rock, too?

> Organization: Solitary

> Challenge Rating: 16

> Treasure: None

> Alignment: Neutral evil

> Blood Abilities: Azrai, minor, 22. Bloodform(Major)

> Blood Abilities in BP Format: Az(4/22) BForm(3)

> Advancement: By character class


> Combat

> The Black Beast prefers to attack by surprise, bursting from the earth

> when targets draw near. When making a charge attack or when attacking

> as a

> full round action he can use his slam attack for 2d10+15 hit points

> damage. Otherwise, he attacks with a bit and two claws for 1d8+10 and

> 1d6+5 hit points damage respectively.

> The Black Beast has grown sensitive to bright light and normally

> attacks

> only at night or at dusk.

Wouldn´t that fit the "Light Sensitivity" description of the Deep

Dwarves? Or even the "Sunlight Vulnerability" of Derro?

> Burn (Ex): A great heat emanates from the Black Beast`s toothy maw. He

> does additional fire damage when delivering his slam or bite attacks.

Wouldn´t a cold vulnerability make sense if he emanates such a heat?