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PFS StandardGiant Flytrap

Because they blend in so well with surrounding foliage, giant flytraps can use the element of surprise to make quick strikes against unsuspecting adventurers and forest travelers.

Recall Knowledge - Plant (Nature): DC 27
Unspecific Lore: DC 25
Specific Lore: DC 22

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Giant FlytrapCreature 10

Source Bestiary pg. 160
Perception +17; tremorsense (imprecise) 60 feet
Skills Athletics +23, Stealth +21 (+24 in undergrowth)
Str +7, Dex +5, Con +5, Int -5, Wis +3, Cha -2
AC 29; Fort +21, Ref +17, Will +15
HP 185; Immunities mental; Resistances acid 10; Weaknesses fire 10
Quick Capture Trigger A creature hits or touches the flytrap. Effect The flytrap makes a leaf Strike against the triggering creature. If it hits, the creature is grabbed in that leaf.
Speed 25 feet
Melee leaf +23 [+18/+13] (reach 15 feet), Damage 2d8+7 piercing plus 2d6 acid and Improved GrabFocused Assault The flytrap attacks a single target with all four of its leaves. The flytrap makes one leaf Strike. On a success, the flytrap deals the damage from one leaf Strike plus an additional 1d8 damage for every leaf beyond the first. On a failure, the flytrap deals the damage from one leaf Strike, but it can’t use Improved Grab. It deals no damage on a critical failure. This counts toward the flytrap’s multiple attack penalty as a number of attacks equal to the number of leaves the flytrap has.Hungry Flurry The flytrap makes four leaf Strikes at a –2 penalty, each against a different target. These attacks count toward the flytrap’s multiple attack penalty, but the multiple attack penalty doesn’t increase until after it makes all its attacks.Swallow Whole (attack) Large, 2d8+3 bludgeoning plus 2d6 acid, Rupture 17

Sidebar - Treasure and Rewards Flytrap Treasure

Giant flytraps have enough instinctual intellect to effectively ambush prey or to move about to seek out better hunting grounds, but they don’t value treasure. Still, a flytrap tends to accumulate a small wealth of discarded loot from those it has eaten, discarding these shiny baubles in the periphery of its root system once it has finished digesting its meal.

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Source Bestiary pg. 160
Flytraps are dangerous creatures as eager to feed on humanoids and larger prey as they are monstrous insects.