This graceful animal has long slender legs and a pair of sharp, sturdy horns arching back from its head.
Antelope CR 1/2
Speed 60 ft.
Melee gore +1 (1d4)
Special Attack powerful charge (gore, 1d4+2)
Elands and Kudus: You can generate statistics for larger antelope species, such as elands or kudus, by advancing the antelope by 2 Hit Dice and increasing its size category to Medium. All antelopes of this size are CR 1 creatures.
Environment temperate or warm plains
Organization solitary, pair, or herd (3-50)
A typical antelope stands a bit less than 3 feet at the shoulder, measures 4 feet in length, and weighs 60 pounds. In some species, both males and females have horns; in others, only males. Females that lack horns have the same statistics but lack an effective attack.
Antelopes graze in large herds, ever on the watch for predators. Even the hint of a threat can send the whole herd springing away toward safer pastures. Antelopes rarely fight except among themselves during mating season or when cornered by a predator.
The statistics presented above work well not only for numerous species of antelope, but also for smaller-sized, deerlike herbivores found throughout the world.