Herd Animal

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Wild animals that live in large, grazing herds. The exact type depends on the terrain.


  • Stampede: Herds of 20 or more can trample those in their path. 3-in-4 chance each round. +4 to-hit human-sized or smaller creatures. 1d20 damage.
  • Males: In groups of 3 or more, only 1-in-4 are males. These have 1d4 extra hit points and protect the herd.
  • Females and young: Flee from danger. Females do not have a butt attack. Young have half normal hit points.

Large Herd Animal

For example: elk or moose.


Armour Class 7 [12]
Hit Dice 4 (18hp)
Attacks 1 × butt (1d8)
THAC0 16 [+3]
Movement 240’ (80’)
Saving Throws D12 W13 P14 B15 S16 (2)
Morale 5
Alignment Neutral
XP 75
Number Appearing 0 (3d10)
Treasure Type None

  • Stampede: Herds of 20 or more can trample those in their path. 3-in-4 chance each round. +4 to-hit human-sized or smaller creatures. 1d20 damage.

Medium Herd Animal

For example: caribou or oxen.


Armour Class 7 [12]
Hit Dice 3 (13hp)
Attacks 1 × butt (1d6)
THAC0 17 [+2]
Movement 240’ (80’)
Saving Throws D12 W13 P14 B15 S16 (2)
Morale 5
Alignment Neutral
XP 35
Number Appearing 0 (3d10)
Treasure Type None

  • Stampede: Herds of 20 or more can trample those in their path. 3-in-4 chance each round. +4 to-hit human-sized or smaller creatures. 1d20 damage.

Small Herd Animal

For example: antelope, deer, goats.


Armour Class 7 [12]
Hit Dice 1 to 2 (4/9hp)
Attacks 1 × butt (1d4)
THAC0 19 [0]/18 [+1]
Movement 240’ (80’)
Saving Throws D12 W13 P14 B15 S16 (1)
Morale 5
Alignment Neutral
XP 10/20
Number Appearing 0 (3d10)
Treasure Type None

  • Stampede: Herds of 20 or more can trample those in their path. 3-in-4 chance each round. +4 to-hit human-sized or smaller creatures. 1d20 damage.