Huttawa (No. 2)

Ridden by Lathe

Description:

The huttawa’s body resembles that of a lion or tiger, but it has
an eagle-like head with a large beak and bird-like eyes. Four feet
at the shoulder and six feet long, huttawa are a favored mount for
dwarf Cavalrymen, and often help pull caravan wagons belonging
to dwarf trading companies.

DEX 5 d8 Initiative 6
STR 8 2d6 Actions 1
TOU 8 2d6 Attack (3) 8
PER 5 d8 Damage Beak (4) 12
WIL 4 d6 Recovery Tests 3
CHA 5 d8 Movement 8
Physical Defense 6 Physical Armor 2 Death 43
Spell Defense 6 Mystic Armor 0 Unconsciousness 35
Social Defense 7 Knockdown 9 Wound Threshold 12
Legend Award: First Circle Powers Climbing S (1): 6 Enhanced Senses [Sight] (2): 7 Great Leap S (1): 6 Sprint (3)
Feed Cost 8 cp Carrying Capacity 520 Lifespan 15
Stable Cost 3 cp Speed 8 Weight 600
Cost 95 Availability Unusual GM pg 180 PG pgs. 272, 274
*Rules* - Though not overly bright, huttawa are easy to train. To account for this, any characters using their talents and abilities to tame or command a huttawa must achieve a result one level lower than normal to be successful. For example, the Animal Training talent normally requires an Average result to work against a target creature. Using Animal Training against a huttawa, however, only requires a Poor result.

The huttawa’s body resembles that of a lion or tiger, but it has an eaglelike head with a large beak and bird-like eyes. Standing four feet tall at the shoulder and six feet long, huttawa are a favored mount for dwarf cavalrymen, and often help pull caravan wagons belongingto dwarf trading companies. Though not overly bright, huttawa are easy to train.

Bio:

Huttawa (No. 2)

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