Size: 11 to 12 feet long (not including tail); 12 to 14 feet (with tail); 3 to 4 feet tall at the shoulder
Weight: 560 to 700 pounds
COU 14 SGC 11 (a) INT 14 CHA 12 DEX 12 AGI 15 CON 15 STR 17
LP 50 AE - KP - INI 17+1D6
DE 9 SPI - TOU 2 MOV 14
Bite: AT 16 DP 2D6+3 RE short
Paws: AT 17 DP 1D6+4 RE short
Actions: 2 (at most 1 x Bite)
Special Abilities: Combat Reflexes II, Feint I (Bite, Paws), Improved Dodge II, Locked Jaws (Bite), Pounce (Paws),
Skills: Body Control 11 (15/15/15), Climbing 7 (14/15/14), Feat of Strength 11 (15/17/17), Intimidation 10 (14/14/12), Perception 12 (11/14/14), Self-Control 7 (14/14/15), Stealth 8 (14/14/15), Swimming 3 (15/15/17), Willpower 5 (14/14/12)
Number: 1, or 1D3+1 (hunting group; rare exception)
Size Category: medium
Type: Animal, non-humanoid
Loot: 100 rations of meat (tough), fur (150 silverthalers), trophy (saber teeth, 30 silverthalers)
Combat Behavior: saber-toothed tigers attack individual travelers they discover in their territory. They fight groups of human-like creatures in direct combat only when cornered or starving.
Escape: Loss of 75% LP
Animal Lore (Monsters or Wild Animals)
- QL 1: saber-toothed tigers usually hunt alone and prey on humans who enter their territory.
- QL 2: saber-toothed tigers are especially dangerous because they do not hesitate to attack prey outside of their territories. Even though they are solitary, they gather in small hunting groups in lean times.
- QL 3+: saber-toothed tigers can drag prey away (see special rule Drag Prey Away).
Drag Prey Away: when a saber-toothed tiger kills or incapacitates its prey, it drags the body to a safe place (such as a cave or even up a tree that it can climb). In such situations, it only drops its prey when badly wounded (reduced to less than 25% of its LP). While dragging prey, the tiger is very slow (MOV 4).
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