V. Rex (3.5e Creature)
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|N Gargantuan Animal|
|Init/Senses||+1/Listen +30, Spot 30|
|AC||16, touch 7, flat-footed 15|
|hp||369 (60 HD)|
|Speed||40 ft (8 squares)|
|Melee||Bite +54 (4d6+13)|
|Space/Reach||20 ft. (4 squares)/15 ft|
|Special Actions||Improved Grab, Swalow Whole|
|Abilities||Str 36, Dex 12, Con 25, Int 2, Wis 15, Cha 10|
|SQ||low-light vision, scent|
|Feats||alertness, Improved Natural Attack (bite), Run, Toughness (3), Track|
|Skills||Hide -4, Listen +30, Spot +30|
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Strategies and Tactics
V. Rexes possess all the skills, cunning and strength of their smaller relatives, but there is one thing that sets them apart: Vastatosaurs, once they have spotted a meal, will go to any lengths to devour it. This includes chasing its prey off a cliff, running headlong into a tree, or risking the wrath of something just as dangerous as itself--like another V. Rex, for example.
Typical Physical Characteristics: V. Rexes are essentially larger, nastier genetic cousins of tyrannosaurs. Visually, the creatures are practically identical, albeit with one crucial difference: an adult V. Rex stands 10 feet taller, and is twenty feet longer, than a typical T. Rex of the same age.
V. Rexes do not keep treasure. They are not interested in shiny objects; only in a potential meal. Also, they would only take the corpses of whatever they devoured back to a nest if they're raising an infant.