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Boggard Scout

Often tasked with patrolling the borders of their lands, boggard scouts learn to speak another language (typically Common) to make it easier to issue threats and insults toward trespassers.

Recall Knowledge (Society): DC 15

Boggard ScoutCreature 1

Source Bestiary pg. 44
Perception +7; darkvision
Languages Boggard, Common
Skills Acrobatics +5, Athletics +8, Stealth +7 (+9 in water)
Str +3, Dex +2, Con +4, Int -1, Wis +2, Cha +0
Items leather armor, morningstar, sling (10 bullets)
AC 16, Fort +9, Ref +5, Will +7
HP 24
Speed 20 feet, swim 25 feet; swamp stride
Melee Single ActionSingle Action Morningstar +8 (versatile P), Damage 1d6+3 bludgeoningMelee Single ActionSingle Action Tongue +8 (reach 10 feet), Damage Tongue GrabRanged Single ActionSingle Action Sling +7 (propulsive, reload 1, range 50 feet), Damage 1d6+1 bludgeoningSwamp Stride A boggard scout ignores difficult terrain caused by swamp terrain features.Terrifying Croak Single ActionSingle Action (auditory, emotion, fear, mental) The boggard scout unleashes a terrifying croak. Any non-boggard within 30 feet becomes frightened 1 unless they succeed at a DC 17 Will save; those who critically succeed are temporarily immune for 1 minute.Tongue Grab If the boggard scout hits a creature with its tongue, that creature becomes grabbed by the boggard. Unlike with a normal grab, the creature isn’t immobilized, but it can’t move beyond the reach of the boggard’s tongue. A creature can sever the tongue by hitting AC 13 and dealing at least 2 slashing damage. Though this doesn’t deal any damage to the boggard, it prevents it from using its tongue Strike until it regrows its tongue, which takes a week.

All Monsters in "Boggard"

Boggard Scout1
Boggard Swampseer3
Boggard Warrior2


Source Bestiary pg. 44
Boggards are aggressive humanoid amphibians that thrive in swamps, marshes, and even some rain forests. Boggards hatch from eggs into tadpoles, fiercely competing for food and even consuming their siblings in that struggle. Over 3 years, the surviving boggards develops arms, legs, and lungs while learning the rudiments of hunting, crafts, and warfare—everything needed to survive in their might-makes-right society. At the top of most boggard hierarchies lords a hulking swampseer imbued with sinister divine magic.

Boggard Villages

Boggards prefer to dwell in swamplands and mires. Though they are at home in the water, they prefer to spend most of their lives on land, and build villages of mud huts. They often keep guardian beasts, such as bloodseekers, crocodiles, giant frogs, or other feral animals tamed (if only just barely) to serve as protectors.


Gogunta is the patron of the boggard people, many of whom worship her as their goddess.