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Crocodile

Crocodiles can be found basking on riverbanks, lurking in swamps, or floating in lakes. They are usually are indistinguishable from logs when viewed from afar—at least until they attack. Alligators have similar statistics, but because they often live in more temperate climates, they endure cold temperatures better. Unlike alligators, crocodiles can tolerate salt water. Both are formidable predators that are likely to devour careless adventurers who fail to watch where they step.

Recall Knowledge (Nature): DC 16

CrocodileCreature 2

NLargeAnimal
Source Bestiary pg. 67
Perception +7; low-light vision
Skills Athletics +8, Stealth +7 (+11 in water)
Str +4, Dex +1, Con +3, Int -5, Wis +1, Cha -4
AC 18, Fort +9, Ref +7, Will +5
HP 30
Speed 20 feet, swim 25 feet
Melee Single ActionSingle Action jaws +10, Damage 1d10+4 piercing plus GrabMelee Single ActionSingle Action tail +10 (agile), Damage 1d6+4 bludgeoningAquatic Ambush Single ActionSingle Action 35 feetDeath Roll Single ActionSingle Action (attack) Requirement The crocodile must have a creature grabbed. Effect The crocodile tucks its legs and rolls rapidly, twisting its victim. It makes a jaws Strike with a +2 circumstance bonus to the attack roll against the grabbed creature. If it hits, it also knocks the creature prone. If it fails, it releases the creature.Deep Breath The crocodile can hold its breath for about 2 hours.

All Monsters in "Crocodile"

NameLevel
Crocodile2
Deinosuchus9

Crocodile

Source Bestiary pg. 67
Powerful and primeval in appearance, crocodiles are dangerous natural predators that dwell in marshes, riverbeds, swamps, and other wetlands.

Crocodile Locations

Crocodiles often live in warm, tropical areas, either in fresh or salt water. Alligators are found in more varied climates, but only in fresh water. Deinosuchuses, particularly the largest and most dangerous of their kind, prefer estuaries, bays, or other brackish bodies of water connected to both river and sea.

Crocodile Resources

A crocodile’s skin can be used as leather, and its meat is chewy and mild, though even a large crocodile doesn’t usually yield more than 50 pounds of usable meat.