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Rare | Huge | Neutral | Animal

An enormous version of a normal wolf, dire wolves represent the wolf in its most primal form. These creatures follow the same basic behaviors of regular wolves, but are much more aggressive. Dire wolves often serve giants as hunting companions and vicious guard animals. Some ferocious humanoids and woodsmen use trained dire wolves as mounts. Darker than normal wolves, dire wolves’ coats tend toward blacks and deep mottled grays. An adult dire wolf is typically about 9 feet long and weighs roughly 800 pounds.

Armor Class Hit Points Move
14 20
(5 Hit Dice)
walk 80 ft
Appearing 3d4
Habitat Forest,Jungle,Plains
Negotiation no
Morale DC 15
Challenge 11.3 (3,390 XP per monster)

Ability Scores

STR DEX CON INT WIS CHA
3 2 2 -2 1 -3

Combat

Has 2 attacks. Hit Bonus +5. Damage Claws (2) 1d8 +5, Bite 2d8 +5 damage


Treasure

Individual: None

Lair: None