Robot Horse (5e Creature)
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Large construct, lawful neutral
Axiomatic Mind. The horse can't be compelled to act in a manner contrary to its manner or its instructions.
Hooves. Melee Weapon Attack: +7 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: (2d6) bludgeoning damage.
Magnetic Hooves. As an action, the robot horse can use their magnetic hooves to take one item/weapon away from its target, either disarming or disorienting the target. This effect can only be used on metal objects, and only once per turn on one target.
These horses are very similar to regular horses, except for the fact that they are silver... and made of metal. They can be painted as real horses to look the part. They have red, glowing eyes that seem like burning pits of pure fury and fire. This may seem intimidating, but the robot horses can't do anything without either their creator(s) or a designated user to give them orders. They were made at first as pack animals for soldiers in the front lines, but they have been found as unreliable and dangerous. Rogue robot horses have the alignment of chaotic evil and tend to attack anything that moves.