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Latest revision as of 14:39, 29 June 2019

Massive black boar
Massive black boar.jpg
Level 59
Family Boar family creatures
Body Type Quadruped
Area(s) Found Blighted Forest
Red Forest
BCS Yes
HP 400
Speed
Attack Attributes
Physical Attacks
Charge 335 AS
Defense Attributes
Armor
 ? ASG
Defensive Strength (DS)
Melee 200
Ranged
Bolt
Unarmed Defense Factor
UDF
Target Defense (TD)
Bard Base 194 - 215
Cleric Base 235
Empath Base 229
Paladin Base
Ranger Base
Sorcerer Base 234
Wizard Base
Minor Elemental 246
Major Elemental
Minor Spiritual 220
Major Spiritual
Minor Mental
Treasure Attributes
Coins No
Gems No
Magic Items No
Boxes No
Skin a heavy grey tusk
Other None


The black boar snorts loudly and scrapes at the ground, peering around with his close-set, bloodshot eyes in hopes of finding something he can gore into a bloody pulp or pound into the earth. His body is covered with coarse, black hair, and dull grey tusks protrude from each side of his gaping mouth. A good ten feet long from dripping snout to curly tail and weighing more than a ton, the black boar moves with surprising speed and dexterity as he bears down, squealing furiously, on his intended prey. The murderous glint in the boar's eyes betrays an intelligence much greater than his mundane kin.

Hunting strategies

Black boars are completely immune to stuns, including the sorcerer spell Mind Jolt.

Other information

Boars have a charge maneuver that can cause knockdown, roundtime, and death.

References

Near-level creatures - edit
Level 57

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