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Revision as of 07:06, 9 April 2007

Great stag
Picture
Level 13
Family stag family creatures
Body Type Quadruped
Undead No
Areas Found Yegharren Plains
BCS <Not Known>
HP <Not Known>
Armor [?]
Attack Attributes
Physical Attacks
Use the Creature ability template here {{{physical}}}.
Maneuver Attacks
Use the Creature ability template here {{{maneuver}}}.
Defense Attributes
Melee <N/A> DS
Ranged +90 DS
Bolt <N/A> DS
Bard Base <N/A> TD
Ranger Base +39 TD
Sorcerer Base <N/A> TD
Wizard Base <N/A> TD
Cleric Base <N/A> TD
Empath Base <N/A> TD
Paladin Base <N/A> TD
Major Elemental <N/A> TD
Minor Elemental <N/A> TD
Major Spiritual <N/A> TD
Minor Spiritual <N/A> TD
Treasure Attributes
Coins  ?
Gems  ?
Magic Items  ?
Boxes  ?
Skin Antlers (special)
Other  ?

Standing almost a foot taller than an average human, the great stag is the preeminant example of majesty in the wilds. It's soft brown coat and strong muscled legs offer the duality of nature incarnate, calm and peaceful but powerful. The antlers atop the stag's head reach towards the sky in regal beauty.[1]

Hunting strategies

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Other information

The great stag can have a varying size of antlers. The sizes range from spike antlers (a single tine) to a huge rack of ten-tined antlers. The larger the rack, the more valuable it is to the furrier. For example, a rack of eight-tined antlers can be valued around 15,000 silver coins. The larger the rack, the less common it is. Many hunters likely have not seen a full ten-tined rack.

References

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