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Note: This creature was originally published in Monster Manual I.
Dragonnes are a cross between a lion and a dragon. They are covered with both brass- or bronze-colored scales and tawny fur, their tail is draconic, and they have a mane of feathery scales. Their wings are small and only good for short flights; They have a reputation of being vicious monsters, and while they are deadly hunters, they are, in general, no more vicious than actual lions—although they will attack anyone who stumbles into its lair. Dragonnes usually lair in caves, under rock ledges, or in other secluded places. They typically eat herd animals, and will only eat people if there is nothing else. Their draconic heritage gives them an earth-shattering roar that magically saps the energy from those who hear it.
|ST: 24||HP: 24||Speed: 7.00|
|DX: 14||Will: 11||Move: 11|
|IQ: 5||Per: 12||Weight: 700 lbs.|
|HT: 14||FP: 14||SM: +2|
|Dodge: 11||Parry: n/a||DR: 5|
Bite or Claw (17): 2d+1 cutting. Reach C.
Roar (Resist HT-2): 1d fatigue damage to everyone 40 yards who does not resist, 2d fatigue damage to those within 10 yards who likewise do not resist. Hearing-Based. The dragonne can roar every 3d seconds.
Traits: Flight (Air Move 14; Small Wings; Costs 1 FP/minute); Laziness; Night Vision 5; Quadruped; Temperature Tolerance 2 (Warm); Wild Animal.
Skills: Brawling-17; Innate Attack (Breath)-17; Running-13; Search-12; Stealth-14; Survival (Desert, Plains)-12; Wrestling-17.
Class: Hybrid (Dragon).
Combat Effectiveness Rating: 71 (OR 41 and PR 30).
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