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Yeti
Picture
Level 67
Family yeti family creatures
Body Type Biped
Undead No
Areas Found Griffin's Keen
BCS <Not Known>
HP 400
Armor [?]
Attack Attributes
Physical Attacks
Stomp +347 AS
Hand +347 to +359 AS
Bolt Attacks
Use the Creature ability template here {{{bolt}}}.
Warding Attacks
Use the Creature ability template here {{{warding}}}.
Maneuver Attacks
Slap Hand Hurl Boulder (510)
Stomp Foot single effect version of Tremors (909)
Offensive Spells & Abilities
Use the Creature ability template here {{{ability}}}.
Defense Attributes
Melee +223 DS
Ranged <N/A> DS
Bolt <N/A> DS
Bard Base +226 to +247 TD
Ranger Base <N/A> TD
Sorcerer Base +269 TD
Wizard Base <N/A> TD
Cleric Base <N/A> TD
Empath Base +253 TD
Paladin Base <N/A> TD
Major Elemental <N/A> TD
Minor Elemental +283 TD
Major Spiritual <N/A> TD
Minor Spiritual +253 TD
Major Mental <N/A> TD
Minor Mental <N/A> TD
Treasure Attributes
Coins Yes
Gems Yes
Magic Items Yes
Boxes Yes
Skin None
Other None

Standing almost twelve feet tall, the yeti is a large humanoid creature covered in long, stringy black and red hair. His domed pate is matted with twigs and dirt, and his heavy brow forms a shelf over his tiny black eyes. With arms nearly long enough to brush the ground, the yeti has a ferociously strong grip and excellent leverage for the tossing of heavy objects. Broad, flat feet provide stability and traction in the icy, mountainous environments that are his normal habitat.

Hunting strategies

Hunters familiar with the tactics of glacial morphs will find yeti very familiar. They do employ some maneuver attacks similar to bearhugs and one that is similar to Hurl Boulder (510), but all in all, are the least dangerous creatures found in the Griffin's Keen, if proper care is taken. Yetis can be stunned, knock them down with Unbalance or hit them in the leg with Limb Disruption. Get them stunned and down on the ground. They have no ability to break stuns.

Other information

Yetis tend to eat the dead:

A yeti grabs your right arm and twists it off and begins to slowly chew on his latest meal. Quickly tiring of the gamey meat, he tosses it to the ground.
DEAD>
Blood seeps out of a chewed on elf arm, pieces of cartilage and bone protruding from the end that was once attached to a body.

References

Near-level creatures - edit
Level 65

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