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Winter Wolf

Winter wolves are related to wargs, but are larger, smarter, and far more dangerous. They are capable of exhaling plumes of freezing breath and are big enough to easily serve as mounts for orcs and hobgoblins—provided the winter wolf is willing, of course. Like wargs, winter wolves hunt in packs, but unlike their smaller cousins, they have a notable proud streak. When they deign to serve others, they reserve this privilege for larger and more dangerous creatures such as frost giants, renegade yetis, or even white dragons.

Recall Knowledge (Arcana, Nature): DC 20

Winter WolfCreature 5

NELargeBeast
Source Bestiary pg. 322
Perception +14; darkvision, scent (imprecise) 30 feet
Languages Common, Jotun
Skills Acrobatics +13, Athletics +13, Deception +11, Intimidation +11, Stealth +13 (+16 in snow), Survival +12
Str +6, Dex +4, Con +4, Int +2, Wis +3, Cha +2
AC 23, Fort +13, Ref +15, Will +10
HP 70; Immunities cold; Weaknesses fire 5
Buck [reaction] DC 21
Avenging Bite ReactionReaction Trigger A creature within reach of the warg’s jaws attacks one of the warg’s allies. Eflect The warg makes a jaws Strike against the triggering creature.
Speed 40 feet
Melee Single ActionSingle Action jaws +15 (cold), Damage 1d10+6 piercing plus 1d6 cold and KnockdownBreath Weapon Two ActionsTwo Actions (cold, evocation, primal) The winter wolf breathes a cloud of frost in a 15-foot cone that deals 5d8 cold damage (DC 23 basic Reflex save). The winter wolf can’t use Breath Weapon again for 1d4 rounds.Pack Attack The winter wolf’s Strikes deal 1d6 extra damage to creatures within the reach of at least two of the winter wolf’s allies.

All Monsters in "Warg"

NameLevel
Warg2
Winter Wolf5

Warg

Source Bestiary pg. 322
The warg is an intelligent and malevolent wolf that dwells among goblins, hobgoblins, orcs, and other violent humanoids.

Warg Legends

Wargs are the subject of many grim tales and campfire stories. Frightening accounts of wargs gobbling up children whole have a disturbing basis in fact, for these ravenous creatures have jaws that can unhinge like those of a serpent to gulp down small prey while the victim yet lives.