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Wooly Rhinoceros

Even bulkier than their non-woolly cousins, these rhinoceroses have a shaggy pelt of long, thick fur and a huge crescent-shaped horn. Woolly rhinos inhabit areas of arid tundra and cold steppes, spending much of their day grazing for sustenance.

Recall Knowledge - Animal (Nature): DC 22

Wooly RhinocerosCreature 6

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 228 2.0
Perception +11; scent (imprecise) 30 feet
Skills Athletics +16, Survival +13
Str +6, Dex +1, Con +5, Int -4, Wis +3, Cha -1
AC 25; Fort +17, Ref +11, Will +15; +2 status to all saves vs. cold
HP 100
Cold Adaptation The woolly rhinoceros treats environmental cold effects as if they were one step less extreme.
Ferocity ReactionReaction
Speed 35 feet
Melee Single ActionSingle Action horn +16 [+11/+6] (reach 10 feet), Damage 2d12+6 piercingMelee Single ActionSingle Action foot +16 [+11/+6], Damage 2d8+6 bludgeoningRhinoceros Charge Two ActionsTwo Actions The wooly rhinoceros Strides twice, then makes a horn Strike. As long as the wooly rhinoceros moved at least 20 feet, the Strike's damage increases to 3d12+6. A Medium or smaller creature struck by this attack must succeed at a DC 24 Reflex save or be automatically Shoved back 5 feet and knocked prone by the force of the blow.Trample Three ActionsThree Actions Medium or smaller, foot, DC 21

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Wooly Rhinoceros6


Source Bestiary 2 pg. 228 2.0
This hefty animal is easily recognizable by the distinctive upward-thrusting horn on its snout. Rhinoceroses are herbivorous and, in spite of their hulking size, can run at considerable speed. While rhinos have good hearing and a keen sense of smell, their eyesight is relatively poor.

Sidebar - Additional Lore Rhinoceros Horns

While some species have only a single horn, many rhinos, including woolly rhinos, have a second, smaller horn on their brow directly behind the larger one. Despite their appearance and durability, rhino horns aren't bone or ivory, but rather are composed of the same substance as hooves and toenails. A rhino's horn continues to grow as it ages, enabling a rhino to slowly regrow a broken horn. While some value rhino horns as trophies, the horns themselves have no intrinsic value.