Hoyrall CR 1/2
Speed 30 ft., climb 20 ft.
Melee dagger +0 or –2/–2 or –2/–2/–21 or –2/–2/–2/–22 (1d3–1, Crit 19–20/x2)
Ranged dagger +2 or +0/+0 or +0/+0/+01 or +0/+0/+0/+02 (1d3–1, Crit 19–20/x2, Range 10 ft.) 1at –3 to AC, CMB, CMD, and Reflex saves 2at –6 to AC, CMB, CMD, and Reflex saves
Special Attacks toxic blood 1/day
Before Combat Hoyrall hide in wait, sometimes climbing above their targets to wait on crags and outcroppings that grant them advantageous defensive positions.
During Combat Hoyrall begin by throwing a slew of daggers, doing so a second time before engaging (having only 4 daggers remaining).
Morale Hoyrall fight to the death.
Hoyrall have four arms and can wield multiple weapons. Only one hand is their primary hand, and all others are off hands. They can also use these hands for other purposes that require free hands (such as casting spells or wielding more than two weapons). When using more than two arms during combat, the hoyrall take a -3 penalty to AC, CMB, CMD, and Reflex saves for every additional arm they use (up to a maximum of -6) until the beginning of their next turn as they focus more on offense rather than defense. Hoyrall still cannot cast two spells with somatic components at one time.
Toxic Blood (Ex)
Organization solitary, pair, hive party (4–16), war party (20–50)
Treasure standard (daggers , hide)
Hoyrall once posed a great threat to the world, but their militaries mysteriously fell apart and they long ago turned in on themselves, resorting to savagery (and even cannibalism) that has dominated their culture to this day.
Hoyrall are typically 2 and 1/2 ft. tall and weigh about 60 pounds.
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