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Red Fox

The shy and perceptive red fox has uncanny adaptability and is just as comfortable in urban areas as in the wilds. Red foxes typically have rust-red fur, a white underbelly, and a characteristic white-tipped bushy tail. They are omnivorous, and eat insects, lizards, and small birds, pouncing on their prey to catch it. Because these opportunistic hunters see eggs and captive livestock as an easy meal, many farmers see them as foes.

Recall Knowledge - Animal (Nature): DC 13

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Proficiency without Level

Changes from being Elite are marked in red below.
NOTE: The +2 damage bonus to non-strike offensive abilities (+4 if the ability is limited, such as spells) is NOT factored in.

Elite Red FoxCreature -1

NTinyAnimal
Source Bestiary 3 pg. 102
Perception +9; low-light vision, scent (imprecise) 30 feet
Skills Acrobatics +8 (+8 to Escape), Athletics +4 (+4 to High Jump or Long Jump), Stealth +8, Survival +7
Str -2, Dex +3, Con +0, Int -4, Wis +2, Cha +0
AC 19; Fort +7, Ref +8, Will +5
HP 15
Speed 35 feet
Melee Single ActionSingle Action jaws +11 [+7/+3] (agile, finesse), Damage 1d6+2–2 piercingLeaping Pounce Single ActionSingle Action The red fox either Strides or Leaps up to its Speed and makes a Strike at the end of that movement. If the fox began this action hidden, it remains hidden until after this ability's Strike.

All Monsters in "Fox"

NameLevel
Fading Fox2
Red Fox-1

Fox

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 102
Elusive and shrewd, foxes have gained a reputation as sly tricksters, earning them a place in many folk tales.

Sidebar - Additional Lore Noble Quarry

In Taldor, the hunt is an ancient institution steeped in ceremony. For Taldan nobles, the hunt and its pageantry offer a chance to showcase martial skill and wealth while reaffirming tradition and etiquette. Alliances are forged and political maneuvering happens around the post-hunt banquet table, so a successful hunt is of paramount importance. To this end, Taldan game wardens have spent centuries using selective breeding and magic to raise new species of boars, foxes, stags, and other quarry that share the most sought-after traits of their forebears and offer the best sport. Despite resistance from druidic orders and the damage to crops and livestock these creatures cause, the practice is sanctioned by royal decree.