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Blue Ox

                This is a large sized ox. The most notable feature about this creature, other than its size, is that its skin is a pale blue.


Size: Body: 11 ½ feet (3.5 m); tail: 48 inches (1.2 m); up to 12 feet (3.6 m) at the shoulder.

Weight: 1600-1800 pounds (726 to 806 kg)

A.R.: 8

Hit Points: 3D4x10

S.D.C.: 1D6x10

Attacks Per Melee: 3

Damage: Kick does 5D6 points of damage, head butt does 3D6+6 damage.

Bonuses: +1 on initiative and +3 to strike.

Penalties: -2 to dodge due to its large size.

Natural Abilities: Nightvision 60 feet (18.3 m), swim 50%, and leap up to six feet (1.8 m) high and 12 feet (3.6 m) long. Also, the ox has a naturally resistance to the cold (all cold based attacks are only half damage). If temperatures drop to low, the blue ox can enter a hibernating state and survive being frozen as long as thawed out within 1D4 hours.

Speed: 35 (about 24 mph/38.4 km), but can reach speeds up to 50 (about 35 mph/56 km) for only a 2D6 minute burst.

Average Life Span: 10-18 years

Value: Hide: 25 gold, meat (whole animal): 300-350 gold, domesticated livestock: 50-250 gold (its size makes it a difficult animal to keep as livestock), alchemical purposes: 50 gold (to study their resiliency to the cold).

Habitat: Tundra, forest, and low mountainous regions.

Range: Most commonly found in the Northern Hinterlands.

Behavior: Usually solitary wanderers or mated, rarely found in herds. When threatened, the male will fight fiercely to protect the female and any young. Their broad hooves are ideal for walking on snow. Both sexes have large horns that look like an upside down "U" shape; long fur. They feed on grass, lichen, leaves, and bark. Each cow produces one calf after a gestation period of 8 months.