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|Space (H, W, L)
||180cm, 160cm, 340cm
|Measure (H, W, L)
||120cm, 100cm, 310cm
|Encumbrance (SA: 100%)
|Health (Life Pnts)
Movement per turn
Below is how far a Bear, Brown can move in 1 turn (4 seconds).
Physical Threat Range
The distance from the Bear, Brown body to the target from the side closest to the target.
- Carnivore - This diet must contain mostly meat.
- Temperate(Forest, Hill, Mountain)
- Augmented Critical Critical Hit: -2
- Bite: +23 piercing melee damage
- Claws: +21 slashing melee damage, Bonus, Skill Tree[Climbing]: +2, Reduction, Coordination: -1, Reduction, Skill Tree[All Weapon Skills]: -5
- Distance Runner Rounds till Consumption: +2
- Level Limit Max Level: +10
- Racial Levels Racial Levels: +10
- Scent, Blood
- Racial, Brute
The bear outlined here is to represent the large brown bears, Kodiak, grizzly, etc... the bear is a powerfully built omnivore. Their bodies are covered by thick brown fur. They typically walk on all fours feet that end in long 4" to 6" claws. Their faces are expressive with a long snout that hide 2" to 4" incisors and round ears. They also have a small stubby tail.
Bears often will avoid the civilized races, especially in groups of 4 or more. They will fight to defend a kill or carcass they find. If startled the bear will charge and attack standing on its hind 2 feet and using its bite and claws. It will try to overpower its opponent and knock them to the ground and begin biting their victims head and face. A mother with cubs is the most vicious of bears. Something they must do to defend their young from the larger males that will kill and eat them.
When not startled a bear will use a number of vocalization at an intruder.
- Moaning: Fear or mild threat
- Barking: Notice to others of its presence
- Huffing: Courtship or mothers warning to cubs
- Growling: Anger
- Roaring: Intimidation and anger
Bears are loners for the most part. The only exception is when they are young they follow and depend on their mother or a mating pair. The mating pair only stay together for a few days to a week or two. the cubs will tend to her cubs for about 3 years and then run them off.
1 lone bear
2 mating pair
1 mother + 1 to 3 cubs
A bear is trainable and can serve as a mount for medium or small races if started from a young age. A bear can be trained to understand a half-dozen spoken and/or hand commands.