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Animal Companions

Description Source : PRPG Core Rulebook
Each animal companion has different starting sizes, speed, attacks, ability scores, and special qualities.All animal attacks are made using the creature's full base attack bonus unless otherwise noted. Animal attacks add the animal's Strength modifier to the damage roll, unless it is its only attack, in which case it adds 1-1/2 its Strength modifier.Some have special abilities, such as scent.See Special Abilities for more information on these abilities.As you gain levels, your animal companion improves as well, usually at 4th or 7th level, in addition to the standard bonuses noted on Table: Animal Companion Base Statistics.Instead of taking the listed benefit at 4th or 7th level, you can instead choose to increase the companion's Dexterity and Constitution by 2.

Amargasaurus

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 311
This sauropod has an elongated neck and a long, tapering tail.
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Anglerfish

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 178
The anglerfish is a fish that uses a bioluminescent lure at the tip of a stalk protruding from its head to attract prey.
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Ant, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 36
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A thin, six-legged ant the size of a pony stands at the ready, its mandibles chittering and its stinger dripping with venom.
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Antelope

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 311
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This graceful animal has long slender legs and a pair of sharp, sturdy horns arching back from its head.
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Ape

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 53
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Large, deep-set eyes peer from beneath this great ape’s thick brow as it lumbers forward on its legs and knuckles.
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Archaeopyeryx

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 178
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This primeval toothed bird has bright plumage, but it is a relatively poor flyer.
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Armorfish

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 178
The armorfish is a primeval aquatic creature that has exceptionally thick armored scales along its head and back.
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Assassin Bug, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 184
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This long-legged, beetle-like insect can spew a stream of poison at its foes from a distance.
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Aurochs

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 174
Monster Entry Link
This large, horned bull has a dirty black hide and an aggressive temper. Its horns are wide and sharp.
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Axe Beak

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 311
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This stout bird stands upon two long, muscular legs, each ending in a large, curved talon. A pair of undersized wings sprouts from amid its broad body feathers, as does a powerful neck ending in an avian head armed with a grisly serrated beak.
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Baboon

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 212
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A hairy, stout animal with opposable thumbs, this creature has a pronounced muzzle and bright red buttocks.
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Bacallia

Source Druma, Profit and Prophecy pg. 62
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This animal resembles an alpaca with voluminous, shiny wool.
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Badger (Wolverine)

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 53
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This stocky, muscular mammal is the size of a badger, its snarling lips revealing a mouth full of yellow teeth.
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Bear

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 53
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Broad, powerful muscles move beneath this massive bear’s brown fur, promising both speed and lethal force.
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Beetle, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 36
With a sleek body and huge mandibles raised in a threatening pose, this large beetle stands firm in defense of its territory.
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Bird (Eagle/Hawk/Owl)

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 53
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This magnificent bird of prey has dark feathers save for those on its head, which are pure white.
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Blackwisp Egret

Source Pathfinder #91: Battle of Bloodmarch Hills pg. 83
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This jet-black bird has a long, hooked beak. Its piercing orange eyes reflect any light that hits them, making them appear to glow ominously.
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Blue Whale

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 312
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This massive aquatic mammal has bluish-gray coloration, a wide fluke tail, and a wide mouth filled with layers of baleen.
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Boar

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 53
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This ill-tempered beast’s tiny, bloodshot eyes glare angrily above a mouth filled with sharp tusks.
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Bristle Boar

Source Belkzen, Hold of the Orc Hordes pg. 55
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The vicious spines surrounding this boar’s head are almost as unnerving as the wild look in its eyes.
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Brontotherium

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 311
This stocky quadruped’s lowered head puts its intimidating Y-shaped horn on full display.
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Bull of Zagresh

Source Belkzen, Hold of the Orc Hordes pg. 55
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This immense bovine has horns reminiscent of a stag, with daggerlike points spreading more than fifteen feet across.
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Bustard

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 178
The bustard is a sizable bird with long legs. Bustards can fly, but they do so relatively poorly and prefer to walk or run.
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Camel

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This somewhat irritated-looking, one-humped camel has been outfitted with a bridle and saddle.
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Cameroceras

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 312
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Emerging from the open end of a long, conical shell, this huge creature’s unblinking eyes peer from above a mass of tentacles.
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Capybara

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 179
This large, brown-furred rodent is equally at home on land or in the water, and is often found near lakes and rivers.
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Cat, Big (Lion, Tiger)

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This great cat’s muscles flex visibly under its skin as it bares its fangs and shakes its thick mane of hair.
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Cat, Small (Cheetah, Leopard)

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This large, sleek feline has a golden coat spotted with black. Its long and powerful legs are obviously capable of great speed.
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Caterpillar, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 184
This many-legged wormlike creature is a larval form of a moth or butterfly, but as long as it remains a vermin companion, it will not go through this metamorphosis.
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Cattle

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 179
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Commonly seen as a docile farm animal, an ill-tempered bull or cow can be an effective animal companion as well.
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Cave Salamander

Source Monster Codex pg. 128
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This immense lizard moves with a slow but relentless gait. Its feet end in large talons, and ropes of drool hang from its toothy maw.
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Centipede, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 36
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This lengthy, segmented horror writhes and twists, pulsing its venomous mandibles in search of prey.
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Ceratosaurus

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 312
Bladelike horns jut from the snout and eye ridges of this toothy, bipedal dinosaur.
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Chalicotherium

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 312
This huge, rather slow-moving and slothlike creature has long, clawed forelimbs and short rear legs.
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Chimpanzee

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 179
This small primate is more dangerous than its size suggests.
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Cockroach, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 184
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Swift and unsettling, the giant cockroach is notoriously difficult to slay. These creatures prefer dark places and seem to have no opposition to crawling through filth.
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Corpse-Eater Fungus

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 182
This pale mass of fungal matter looks something like a spider with a thorny, acidic mouth in place of a body.
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Crab, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 36
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This lumbering hard-shelled crab stands as tall as a dwarf, its massive pincers waving menacingly.
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Creeping Puffball

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 182
This surprisingly mobile, multicolored ball of fungus crawls around on a nest of dozens of little filament-like “legs.” Its poisonous spores cause those affected to endure bright, dazzling spots of color.
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Crocodile (Alligator)

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This reptile lunges out of the placid water with shocking speed. Its jaw gapes open in a roar, its powerful tail lashing behind.
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Dallo

Source Pathfinder #118: Siege of Stone pg. 82
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This squat, grunting creature stinks of musk and earth. Leathery plates and black horns protect its woolly underside.
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Deinotherium

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 311
This creature resembles an elephant, though it has a shorter, thicker trunk and sharp, downward-curving tusks.
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Devil Monkey

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 311
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This towering baboon has fiery orange fur, with two tufts of hair curling up like horns on its head.
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Digmaul

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 312
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This muscular, cougarlike cat has fearsome teeth and a thick tail ending in a spiked ball.
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Dinosaur (Allosaurus)

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 90
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This bipedal dinosaur has a mouth filled with sharp teeth and short, powerful arms that end in sharp claws.
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Dinosaur (Ankylosaurus)

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 83
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Thick bony plates armor the domelike back of this quadrupedal dinosaur, its powerfully muscled tail ending in a bony club.
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Dinosaur (Brachiosaurus)

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 83
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A long tail counterbalances this reptile’s equally long neck, at the end of which a relatively small head pulls food from the treetop.
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Dinosaur (Deinonychus)

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This brightly colored dinosaur exudes a dangerous ferocity. Each foot is armed with a large, sickle-shaped claw.
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Dinosaur (Dimetrodon)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 311
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The massive sail on the back of this squat reptilian creature flexes and twitches as the beast stalks forward.
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Dinosaur (Dimorphodon)

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311
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The head of this colorful red and purple flying reptile is overly large, and its jaws are lined with tiny sharp teeth.
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Dinosaur (Diplodocus)

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311
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This enormous, long-necked quadruped moves with an uncanny grace, holding its lengthy, whiplike tail out level behind it.
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Dinosaur (Elasmosaurus)

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 84
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Long-necked and long-tailed, this large, predatory reptile glides through the water on four powerful flippers.
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Dinosaur (Iguanodon)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312
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This dinosaur seems comfortable on two legs or four. Its front limbs are each adorned with a cruel-looking, thumblike spike.
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Dinosaur (Pachycephalosaurus)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312
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This bipedal reptile has a rounded, dome-like head adorned with bony frills and ridges.
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Dinosaur (Parasaurolophus)

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 91
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This thick-bodied dinosaur has a whip-like tail and a long neck, its head topped by the crest of a backward-curving horn.
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Dinosaur (Pteranodon)

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 85
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This flying reptile has two huge wings and a distinctive backward-sweeping crest decorating its head.
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Dinosaur (Spinosaurus)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312
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This titanic saurian has a crocodilian snout, powerful front claws, and a colorful sail-like ridge that runs down its back.
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Dinosaur (Stegosaurus)

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 85
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This huge dinosaur has a small head, twin rows of sharp dorsal plates, and a muscular tail terminating in a set of bony spikes.
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Dinosaur (Styracosaurus)

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311
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This bulky, four-legged dinosaur has a long nasal horn and a crest studded with additional horns sweeping back from its skull.
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Dinosaur (Triceratops)

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 86
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This beast’s armored head has three sharp horns decorating its face and a large round crest angling back over its neck from its skull.
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Dinosaur (Tylosaurus)

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 91
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Surging out of the water, this massive lizard is shaped like a giant fish with a powerful, toothed maw.
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Dinosaur (Tyrannosaurus)

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 86
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This bipedal dinosaur’s front arms seem small compared to the rest of its bulk, but its enormous head is all teeth.
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Dinosaur (Velociraptor)

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311
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This small, sleek dinosaur has vicious, snapping jaws and feet that end in large talons for gutting prey.
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Dire Bat

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 30
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This giant, furry bat is nearly the size of an ox, with dark leathery wings that open wider than two men with arms outstretched.
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Dire Polar Bear

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
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Fearsome bony growths protrude from several spots in this massive animal’s snowy fur.
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Dire Rat

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 232
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This filthy rat is the size of a small dog. It has a coat of coarse fur, a long and scabby tail, and two glittering eyes.
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Dog

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This small dog has a rough coat and a hungry look in its dark brown eyes.
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Dolphin

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 88
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This streamlined, fish-like mammal has sparkling eyes over a smiling mouth filled with hundreds of teeth.
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Dragonfly, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 184
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These long-winged insects have dazzlingly colorful bodies.
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Dunkleosteus

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 312
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A gigantic, prehistoric fish cuts through the water, its head like a snapping turtle, complete with sharp, toothlike plates.
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Elasmotherium

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 312
This lumbering, four-legged, rhino-like beast has thick hide and a single immense horn protruding from the top of its head.
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Electric Eel

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 119
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This six-foot-long, snake-like fish moves slowly. A strange popping and snapping sound occasionally emits from the creature’s body.
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Elephant/Mastodon

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 128
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These thick-skinned animals bear large ivory tusks flanking a long, prehensile snout.
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Elk

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312, Pathfinder #31: Stolen Land pg. 81, Kingmaker Player's Guide pg. 7
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This majestic beast stands the height of a man at its shoulders, a many-tipped rack of proud antlers crowning its head.
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Enchanter Heron

Source Pathfinder #121: The Lost Outpost pg. 82
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This large bird has gray-and-white feathers, a long beak, and a bulbous sac on its throat that glows with a pale, sapphire light.
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Eohippus

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 179
The eohippus is a small, primeval ancestor of the modern horse. It has three-toed feet rather than hooves.
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Eurypterid

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 184
Also known as sea scorpions, these aquatic insects have pincers and a long stinger.
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Faerie Mount

Source Pathfinder #119: Prisoners of the Blight pg. 82
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Short legs and overlarge ears make this broad-chested canine seem almost comical.
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Falcon

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 179
This swift raptor has amazing eyesight and sharp talons.
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Frilled Lizard, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 179
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This large lizard can display a frightening frill on its neck when it charges.
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Frog

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 135
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This creature looks like a normal frog, with moist, mottled, blackish-green skin, but grown to truly monstrous size.
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Frog Father

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
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This elephantine amphibian has a grotesquely long tongue and beady eyes.
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Gallerok

Source Pathfinder #118: Siege of Stone pg. 83
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This stout, serpentine creature’s body ripples with muscle. Jagged fangs line its broad, powerful jaws.
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Gar

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 128
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This long, lean fish has a muscular body and a head with long jaws filled with sharp teeth.
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Giant Raven

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 312
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This glossy, jet-black bird stands as tall as a dwarf. Its eerily intelligent black eyes are quick to take in everything around it.
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Giganotosaurus

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 312
This bipedal dinosaur has a large head and cavernous jaws full of large, sharp teeth.
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Giraffe

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311
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This animal, covered in a spotted pattern, has a disproportionately long neck that allows it to tower over other animals.
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Gliding Turtle

Source Pathfinder #121: The Lost Outpost pg. 83
This giant turtle has a large, thin membrane of scaly skin extending from its shell to its legs.
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Goblin Dog

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 157
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This mangy dog's face has the flat nose, beady eyes, and protruding teeth of a rat grown grotesquely large.
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Goliath Frog

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
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This massive, mottled amphibian glistens with slime, and its tongue drips with saliva.
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Gorthek

Source Monster Codex pg. 172
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This massive quadruped has a thick, wrinkled hide, curving horns, and shaggy hair that frames its leonine face.
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Griffon

Source Inner Sea Combat pg. 14
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This majestic beast has the body of a lion, the head and forelegs of a great eagle, and a massive pair of feathered wings.
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Grizzly Bear

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 179
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The infamous grizzly bear is a lumbering and quite impressive companion, particularly when it rises up on its hind feet to loom large. Grizzly bears strike fear into the hearts of most who encounter them.
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Gulper Plant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 183
This bulbous green plant can climb or crawl via a network of vines. Its central reservoir can gulp down foes to digest them in an internal well of acid, holding them tight while they struggle.
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Hammerhead Shark

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 179
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This unusual shark is named for its blocky, rectangular head. The creature’s eyes are on each side of its head.
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Hippocampus

Source Inner Sea Combat pg. 14
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This creature has the foreparts of a horse and the hindquarters of a fish. Its forelegs end in splayed fins rather than hooves.
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Hippogriff

Source Inner Sea Combat pg. 14
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This large, brown, horse-like creature has a hawk’s wings, talons, and hooked beak.
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Hippopotamus

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 157
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This fleshy behemoth wallows forward on four stumpy legs. Its jaws spread wide in a roar of challenge, exposing massive, tusk-like teeth.
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Hobbe Hound

Source Pathfinder #119: Prisoners of the Blight pg. 89
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Hobgoblin druids, hunters, and rangers who can take an animal companion can choose a hobbe hound.
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Horse

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This proud horse thunders across the grassy plain with fluid grace, wind tugging at its loose-fitting barding.
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Hunting Cactus

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 183
Able to crawl swiftly on five rootlike legs, the hunting cactus has long arms it can slam foes with—arms covered with hundreds of thin, sharp needles.
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Hyena

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 179
This hyena is covered in shaggy, tan-colored fur with black and brown stripes.
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Impaler Shrike

Source Pathfinder #97: In Hell's Bright Shadow pg. 83
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This large bird has brown and gray feathers and a vicious hooked beak.
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Kangaroo

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312
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As tall as a grown human, this mouse-faced creature stands on powerful hind legs and has a stout tail trailing behind.
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Kaprosuchus

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
This massive, squat crocodilian has forward facing eyes, jutting teeth, and a pronounced snout.
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Kentrosaurus

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 312
This quadrupedal dinosaur has two rows of dorsal spikes, a spiked tail, and two more spikes projecting from its shoulders.
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Leech, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 36
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A parasite ballooned to monstrous proportions undulates in the muck, its circular maw a spiral of teeth.
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Lizard (Giant Chameleon)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312
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Nearly invisible in its surroundings, this scaly lizard’s eyes dart about independently of each other.
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Lizard (Giant Gecko)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312
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An oversized lizard the size of a horse scans the area, its bulging eyes darting this way and that, completely independent of one another. Every few moments a long pink tongue snaps from its wide mouth, either to snatch up some unseen insect or moisten an eye.
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Lizard (Monitor Lizard)

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 194
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This immense lizard moves with a slow but relentless gait. Its feet end in large talons, and ropes of drool hang from its toothy maw.
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Llama

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 180, Animal Archive pg. 28
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While some value it for its hair, the llama makes a fine animal companion as well, and it has traditionally been used as a beast of burden in mountainous regions.
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Locust, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 185
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The giant locust has long limber legs and the ability to spit a caustic glob of noxious goo.
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Manta Ray

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 232
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Gliding gracefully through the water on wing-like fins, this large ray scoops up tiny morsels in its wide mouth.
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Mantis Shrimp, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 185
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This colorful aquatic vermin has powerful claws capable of striking with blinding speed.
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Mantis, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 37
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This towering insect walks on its back four legs. Its head is triangular and its front legs sport razor-sharp edges and claws.
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Marax

Source Pathfinder #90: The Divinity Drive pg. 87
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Dense, bony growths line the back of this bipedal predator. Between its gnashing, toothy underbite, scythe-like claws, and spiked tail, no part of this beast offers mercy.
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Marsupial Devil

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 180
This toothy marsupial has a perhaps undeserved reputation for ferocity.
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Marsupial Lion

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 180
Somewhat slimmer than the standard lion, the marsupial lion is no less dangerous in battle.
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Megafauna (Archelon)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 311
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The shell of this immense sea turtle easily spans 12 feet in length. Its narrow head ends in a hooked beak.
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Megafauna (Arsinoitherium)

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 186
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This creature is much like a rhino, some six feet tall and ten feet long, with a pair of massive, knife-like horns curving up from its nose.
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Megafauna (Baluchitherium)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 311
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This towering armored herbivore resembles a hornless rhinoceros, but with longer legs and a longer neck.
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Megafauna (Basilosaurus)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 311
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This immense primeval whale has a sleek body that looks more serpentine than mammal, and jaws filled with sharp teeth.
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Megafauna (Chalicotherium)

Source Pathfinder #91: Battle of Bloodmarch Hills pg. 86
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This huge, slothlike creature has long, clawed forelimbs and short rear legs.
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Megafauna (Deinotherium)

Source Pathfinder #91: Battle of Bloodmarch Hills pg. 87
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This creature resembles an elephant, though it has a shorter, thicker trunk and sharp, downward-curving tusks.
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Megafauna (Embolotherium)

Source Pathfinder #91: Battle of Bloodmarch Hills pg. 87
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This creature is reminiscent of a rhinoceros, but instead of pointed horns on its nose, this creature possesses a blunt, bony protrusion.
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Megafauna (Glyptodon)

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 186
This armored creature has a bony, turtle-like shell from which protrude short limbs, a blunt head, and a short spiky tail.
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Megafauna (Megalania)

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312
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This gigantic lizard has short but powerful limbs, a muscular tail, and a spiny crest that runs the length of its body.
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Megafauna (Megaloceros)

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 187
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The massive and majestic elk stands fully the height of a human at its shoulder, and its antlers stretch over ten feet across.
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Megafauna (Megatherium)

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 187
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The great sloth, standing on its hind legs, can reach the treetops with its agile tongue to grab at foliage.
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Megaprimatus

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
This titanic ape has great patches of coarse gray and brown fur, and its skin is thick and leathery.
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Mindspin Ram

Source Pathfinder #91: Battle of Bloodmarch Hills pg. 82
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This stark white ram’s curved horns appear to have sharp thorns studding every inch of their surface.
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Moa

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
Standing on muscular legs that end in enormous talons, this flightless bird is almost twice the height of a man.
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Mokele-Mbembe

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 312
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A triangular reptilian head with a mouth full of curved teeth, attached to a long snaking neck, rises from the surface of the water. Long spines run down its neck, back, and whip-like tail, which uncurls to snap the air with a loud report.
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Mole, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 180
This large-clawed burrowing mammal is slow but can burrow through loose earth and soil with ease to surprise its foes.
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Mome Rath

Source Pathfinder #119: Prisoners of the Blight pg. 83
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Moss and lichen grow from the shaggy back of this boar-like animal. Its curving claws and prehensile tail hold it in the trees.
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Moose

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 180, Animal Archive pg. 29
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Powerful and often ill tempered, the moose is an intimidating choice for an animal companion.
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Moray Eel

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 119
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This sixteen-foot-long eel slithers through the water with uncanny grace, mouth open to display large teeth and a second set of jaws.
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Mosquito, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 185
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Between its bloodthirsty nature and the annoying drone of its wings, the giant mosquito is a much-loathed creature. Unlike its smaller cousins, a giant mosquito can easily kill larger creatures by draining them of their blood.
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Narwhale

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
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This small whale lacks a dorsal fin and has pale, mottled skin, but its most notable feature is the single tusk protruding from its nose, easily as long as a human.
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Octopus

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 219
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Eight tentacles, each adorned with rows of countless suckers, unfurl from the barrel-shaped body of this large-eyed creature.
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Orca

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 88
This sleek black whale has a distinctive white patch near each eye and a mouth filled with sharp teeth.
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Ornithomimosaur

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 180
This bipedal dinosaur has long legs built for speed and a long neck that gives it an ostrichlike profile.
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Ostrich

Source Osirion, Legacy of the Pharaohs pg. 55
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This human-sized bird has a long neck and legs sprouting from a round body covered in fluffy gray feathers.
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Owl, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 181
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Unlike the magical beast of the same name, this owl is a mundane but unusually large specimen of its kind, with powerful wings and deadly talons.
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Panda

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 181, Animal Archive pg. 29
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Normally slow moving and docile, pandas are capable of surprising bursts of activity when needed.
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Pilo

Source Pathfinder #85: Fires of Creation pg. 83
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Sharp quills cover this bright yellow, six-legged animal, and its long, twitching snout probes the air around it.
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Pleiosaurus

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
This streamlined reptile has a long, serpentine neck, at the end of which glares a many-fanged head.
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Polar Bear

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
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Red gore stains this bear’s muzzle, creating a striking contrast against its white fur.
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Pony

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This squat equine plods forward with large, curious eyes. As it nears, it extends its muzzle, clearly expecting a treat.
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Porcupine, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 181
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This lumbering forest creature is adorned with an array of long, sharp quills that protrude from its coarse pelt.
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Prionosuchus

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 181
This primeval crocodile is equally effective in the water and on land. Its jaws are capable of crushing things with great force.
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Pterosaur (Dimorphodon)

Source Pathfinder #37: Souls for Smuggler's Shiv pg. 83
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The head of this colorful red and purple flying reptile is overly large, and its jaws are lined with tiny sharp teeth.
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Pterosaur (Quetzalcoatlus)

Source Pathfinder #37: Souls for Smuggler's Shiv pg. 83
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This immense flying reptile has a staggering wingspan and a brightly colored head with a razor-sharp beak.
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Pygmy Hippopotamus

Source Heart of the Jungle pg. 60
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This fleshy behemoth wallows forward on four stumpy legs. Its jaws spread wide in a roar of challenge, exposing massive, tusk-like teeth.
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Quetzalcoatlus

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 312
This immense flying reptile has a staggering wingspan and a brightly colored head with a razor-sharp beak.
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Ram

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 154
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A formidable pair of heavy horns curls from the forehead of this sturdy, brown-and-white-furred ram.
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Rash Creeper

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 183
This mass of creeping vines and leaves slithers almost like a snake. Contact with this predatory plant causes a sickening and sometimes debilitating rash.
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Raven, Giant

Source Pathfinder #97: In Hell's Bright Shadow pg. 82
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This glossy, jet-black bird stands as tall as a dwarf. Its eerily intelligent black eyes are quick to take in everything around it.
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Reef Snake

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 181
Highly venomous and an excellent swimmer, the brightly colored reef snake is at home in tidal waters but can slither about on land if needed.
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Reindeer

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 181
A denizen of the frozen tundra, the reindeer is a sure-footed companion in icy terrain, and it can used for transportation as well as defense.
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Rhinoceros

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 235
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This rhinoceros has a low-slung head with twisted ears that lie back along its neck.
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Riding Python

Source Monster Codex pg. 128
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This brightly colored snake assumes an aggressive posture, its hissing mouth open to display its fangs.
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Riding Rat

Source Monster Codex pg. 177
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This filthy rat is the size of a small dog. It has a coat of coarse fur, a long and scabby tail, and two glittering eyes.
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Ringhorn

Source Pathfinder #115: Trail of the Hunted pg. 83
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The horns of this goatlike deer grow up and curve around into a pair of massive, spiraling rings atop its head.
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Roc

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 236
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This immense raptor unleashes a shrill cry as it bares its talons, each large enough to carry off a horse.
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Saber-Toothed Cat

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 181
Somewhat smaller than the more ferocious saber-toothed tiger, the saber-toothed cat is nonetheless an impressive predatory creature.
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Salamander, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 181
This oversized amphibian has a mouth full of tiny but rather sharp teeth.
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Scorpion, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 37
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The sixteen-foot-long scorpion scrabbles forward, ferocious claws raised in challenge, stingered tail arched over its back.
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Sea Crawler

Source Pathfinder #121: The Lost Outpost pg. 83
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This furred creature has long tentacles that are covered in ridges and suction discs in place of arms, legs, and a tail.
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Seahorse, Giant

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311
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This sea creature resembles a cross between fish and horse; it has small fins on its flanks and a gracefully curled tail.
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Shark

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This blue shark’s fins slice through the water, its black eyes rolling and its gaping jaws showing countless teeth.
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Shissah

Source Qadira, Jewel of the East pg. 63
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This sleek equine is slightly smaller than an average horse, but its eyes contain a gleam of higher intelligence.
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Skittergoat

Source Pathfinder #91: Battle of Bloodmarch Hills pg. 83
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This small goat has sharp horns that wrap around its head to point forward, making it resemble a tiny bull.
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Skunk, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 181
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Its unmistakable black-and-white-striped coloration gives a clear warning sign to any who’ve experienced this foul-smelling creature’s ire.
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Slithering Sundew

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 183
Looking something like a two-headed serpent, this slithering plant strikes with two sticky, constricting slams.
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Slug, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 37
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This massive, gray-brown slug leaves a viscous trail of slime in its wake as a long rasping tongue tastes the air for prey.
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Snake, Constrictor

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This large snake has a thick, muscular body and dull green scales decorated with dirty brown stripes.
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Snake, Viper

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This brightly colored snake assumes an aggressive posture, its hissing mouth open to display its fangs.
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Snapping Flytrap

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 183
This mobile flytrap features two spiky jaws and scuttles about on a tangle of roots.
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Sniper Cactus

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 184
This single-stalked cactus sports dozens of long, thin needles. Capable of crawling on three stalklike roots, the sniper cactus can fire its thorns with deadly accuracy.
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Solifugid, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 185
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This vermin’s double set of vertical mandibles make this giant solifugid a particularly ferocious-looking companion. Its speed allows it to strike at its enemies from cover without them knowing what happened.
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Sorico

Source Pathfinder #85: Fires of Creation pg. 83
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This large, tawny rodent has powerful forelimbs ending in spade-like claws. Sand and mud cakes the creature’s fur.
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Spider, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 37
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A spider the size of a man crawls silently from the depths of its funnel-shaped web.
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Spider, Web Tyrant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 185
The web tyrant spider’s bright coloration and long legs make for a stunning but unnerving companion.
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Spitting Cobra

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 182
This brightly colored snake can spit its venom, giving it a dangerous ranged attack.
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Squid

Source Pathfinder RPG Bestiary pg. 259
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This slender red squid darts through the water with alacrity. Two large eyes stare from above the creature’s tentacles.
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Squid, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 182
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Although this creature isn’t nearly the size of a true giant squid, it remains large enough to do serious damage to foes with its many tentacles.
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Stag

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311
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Majestic and graceful, this powerful animal has branching antlers atop it head.
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Stingray

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 232
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A long tail fitted with a barbed stinger trails from this flat, triangular fish’s body.
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Swan, Trumpeter

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311
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This large waterfowl has a wide wingspan, all-white feathers, a black bill, and a long, curving neck.
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Switchback Jackal

Source Pathfinder #115: Trail of the Hunted pg. 83
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Resembling a small, half-starved wolf, this canine stares with deep intensity and undeniable hunger.
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Termite, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 185
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The giant termite has a set of large powerful mandibles, and it is particularly effective when fighting alongside other termite companions.
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Therizinosaurus

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
This feathered bipedal saurian looks somewhat comical—save for its outlandish sword-sized claws.
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Thylacine

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312, Kingmaker Player's Guide pg. 7, Pathfinder #31: Stolen Land pg. 87
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This odd creature is about the size of a dog, but it has the slender build of a cat, heavy whiskers, and dark stripes down its back. Its long tail flips about, smacking the ground as it scans the woods. It yips and bays in a complex pattern, offering warning to anything that may cross its path.
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Titanoboa

Source Bestiary 6 pg. 312
This immense serpent moves in deliberate, slithering undulations, its forked tongue tasting the air eagerly for the scent of prey.
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Tortoise, Giant

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311
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This tortoise is half the height of a human, and has a domed shell, leathery skin, and a long neck.
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Troodon

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
This small, slender-necked dinosaur’s bright, inquisitive eyes seem to miss nothing.
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Turtle, Giant Snapping

Source Bestiary 2 pg. 273
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This lumbering turtle is the size of a house; its head features powerful, razor-sharp beak.
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Uintatherium

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313
This large creature is built like a rhinoceros, but with fangs like a saber-toothed tiger and smaller hornlike ridges.
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Vulture, Giant

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 312
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A wickedly hooked beak and an immense bald head draw attention from this enormous scavenger’s vast wingspan.
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Walrus

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311, Animal Archive pg. 29
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This bulky, thick-skinned, flippered creature has on its face two enormous tusks and what looks like a coarse mustache.
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Warcat of Rull

Source Belkzen, Hold of the Orc Hordes pg. 55
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This massive catlike creature has the lithe grace of a feline despite a shell-like armor of segmented plates.
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Wasp, Giant

Source Ultimate Magic pg. 37
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This horse-sized wasp is covered in yellow and black vertical stripes—its stinger is the size of a sword and drips with venom.
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Weasel, Giant

Source Bestiary 4 pg. 311, Pathfinder #67: The Snows of Summer pg. 83
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This massive weasel moves smoothly across the ground, almost slithering like a snake, before pouncing with teeth bared.
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Whiptail Centipede, Giant

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 185
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The long thin tendrils that lash out from this centipede’s tail can trip foes with surprising ease.
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Whisperfall Vulture

Source Belkzen, Hold of the Orc Hordes pg. 55
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This dark-winged vulture has a wickedly hooked beak stained with bright red blood.
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Wolf

Source PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 54
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This powerful canine watches its prey with piercing yellow eyes, darting its tongue across sharp white teeth.
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Wolfdog

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 182
This creature is a dependable hybrid of wolf and dog.
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Wolliped

Source Bestiary 5 pg. 313, Pathfinder #70: The Frozen Stars pg. 91
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This shaggy, multi-legged creature has a flattened face with wide nostrils and four eyes. Ivory tusks jut downward, flanking its mouth.
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Worg

Source Inner Sea Combat pg. 14
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This unusually large wolf has an evil, almost intelligent light shining in its deep red eyes.
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Yak

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 182
Stout and stubborn, the yak is sure footed and dependable in rough terrain.
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Yolubilis Heron

Source Pathfinder #97: In Hell's Bright Shadow pg. 83
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As tall as a tree, this dark gray bird stands on long legs. Its curved neck supports a sleek head with a slim but wicked beak.
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Yzobu

Source Monster Codex pg. 124
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This four-legged animal with a long-horned, bovine head looks like a cross between a horse and a long-haired yak.
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Zebra

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 182
The iconic black and white stripes of the zebra make it instantly recognizable.
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