Red Ash World Engine beta v2
Red Ash Species
Griffin Large
Population 3329 Construction 120%
Reach 100cm Food 120%
Step 100cm Water 120%
Space (H, W, L) 250cm, 195cm, 280cm Maturity 80%
Measure (H, W, L) 200cm, 95cm, 180cm
Land Speed 8 Birth Rate 12%
Air Speed 10 Life Span 6%
Body Type Moderate Weight 526.468 kg
Encumbrance (SA: 100%)
None 370.634 kg Heavy 1.004 mt
Light 481.342 kg Very Heavy 1.685 mt
Medium 668.924 kg Crippling 3.538 mt
Physical Mental
Coordination 105 Focus 90
Strength 130 Power 80
Agility 100 Awareness 115
Health (Life Pnts) 110 (135) Identity 90
Natural Armor 0 Ego 0
P.A.P. 45 M.A.P. 38
Experience Gain 66.58%
Movement per turn
Below is how far a Griffin can move in 1 turn (4 seconds).
Environment Normal Run
Land 800cm 16m
Water 400cm 400cm
Air 80m 160m
Turning in Air
Air Speed 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Slide (Meters) 175.33 157.8 140.27 122.73 105.2 87.67 70.13 52.6 35.07 17.53
Physical Threat Range
The distance from the Griffin body to the target from the side closest to the target.
Type Ttl Reach
Bite 100cm
Claws 100cm
Diet:
  • Carnivore - This diet must contain mostly meat.
Encounter:
  • Temperate(Mountain)
  • Tropical(Mountain)
Powers:
  • Bite: +31 piercing melee damage
  • Claws: +29 slashing melee damage, Reduction, Coordination: -8, Reduction, Skill Tree[All Weapon Skills]: -20, Reduction, Skill Tree[Climbing]: -10
  • Four-legged
  • Level Limit (Level Limit) Max Level: +50
  • Racial Levels Racial Levels: +50
  • Sensory (Farsight) Range: +10
Classes:
  • Racial, Stalker
Appearance
The Griffon has a Lions body and a Eagles head, neck and wings. These are large flying predators with keen eyesight.
Attitude
Griffons live high in mountain aeries in family groups. These family groups maintain a range that the size of depends on the size of the family. They are renowned for their fearlessness in combat, strength and agility. Single young adult Griffons are known to be attracted to a mares (female horse) when they are in heat with the offspring being an Hippogriff (A horse with a eagles head, neck, forelimbs and wings). Griffons lay eggs which are highly prized and zealously guarded by one or both parents. When the eggs hatch a parent is only present part of the time as they are busy hunting for themselves and their young.
Leadership
Griffons mate for life and will only have one such mate. If the mate dies the surviving mate will stay widowed until death.
Encounter Tactics
They hunt from the sky where they can spot prey and swoop down upon it with a sudden strike. The strike often will break the neck or back of their target.
Encounter Count
1 Bachelor or Bachelorette
2 a Couple.
2 to 6 Family
Trainable
A Griffon can be trained but must be raised from a hatchling.

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Red Ash World Engine by Chris A Jokinen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at www.redash.org
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