|Tusk (d10+4 damage 3 piercing)
|Forceful, Ignores Armor, Near
The Bush Elephant is a majestic creature, slightly smaller than its War Elephant counterpart, but still towering above most other creatures. It has a robust build, covered in a rough, sandy-colored hide. Its large ears fan out like sails, and it possesses elongated, curved tusks.
The Bush Elephant has a deep affinity for the natural world and acts as a guardian of the wilderness. It is known to defend its habitat fiercely, ensuring the safety and balance of the surrounding flora and fauna. The Bush Elephant reacts aggressively to those who threaten or exploit the natural environment, whether it be poachers, deforestation, or other destructive forces. It charges into battle, using its abilities to trample and incapacitate foes, while also employing its plant manipulation skills to create barriers and protect the natural world. The Bush Elephant's actions often cause problems for those who disrespect or seek to harm the delicate balance of nature.
Trample: The Bush Elephant charges forward with surprising speed and agility, using its sheer size and momentum to trample enemies in its path. Its thunderous charge can knock foes off balance, inflict substantial damage, and create chaos on the battlefield.
Thick Hide: The Bush Elephant's hide is tough and weathered, offering natural protection against physical attacks. It possesses a high degree of resistance to most mundane weaponry, requiring more powerful or specialized means to harm it.
Plant Manipulation: The Bush Elephant has a unique connection to the plant life around it. It can manipulate nearby vegetation, causing vines to entangle enemies, roots to trip or immobilize them, or even summon thorny brambles to impede foes' movements. This ability allows the Bush Elephant to control the battlefield and create obstacles for its adversaries.
Move: Plant Manipulation
When the Bush Elephant focuses its energy on manipulating nearby vegetation, roll +Wisdom. On a 10+, choose two. On a 7-9, choose one:
Created by: Brian V.