AlbilopeReported By: unknown contributor in GW02 - Famine in Far-Go
Role: Monster Base Stock: Antelope
MCC Stat Block: Albilope (2d6 (7)): Init +3; atk horn melee (1d12-1) and bite melee (1d6-1); AC 11; HD 3D7 hp 12 each; MV 53' ; 1d20; SV Fort +0, Ref +1, Will +0 Mutations: Anti-Life Leech; Light Generation
Number Appearing: 2d6 Morale: 5 Hit Dice: HD 3D7 Armor: 1 (AC 11) Size: Medium 1.5 Meters
Movement: MV 53'
Attack: Horn melee (1d12-1)
Frequency: Common Organization: Unknown Activity Cycle: Unknown Diet: Omnivore Habitat: Temperate and Artic Plains Tech Level: 0 - 0 Artifacts: Unknown
Description (Initial Observations): This slenderly built creature is easily recognized because of its snowy white fur and glowing pink eyes.The albilope,a descendent of the antelope,still has the general appearance of its fore-runner except for two noticeable changes;it is an albino and it has a unique two-pronged horn in the middle of its forehead.
Reactions: No known interactions
Behavior: The albino nature of this mutant resulted because of the anti-life leeching power that developed, and it is believed that the alibilope is one of the first creatures to have evolved with this powerful ability.A thick fur appeared on mutants as a means of protecting themselves against both the cold and harmful radiation. Albilopes are immune to cold attacks and their thick, white furry coat effectively doubles their constitution score (from 8 to 16) when determining the results of radiation exposure on the Radiation Matrix. In addition to its distinctive albino look,the Albilope possess a single deadly horn in the center of its forehead.This 30 centimeter tall Y-shaped horn has a saw toothed edge and is razor sharp.Any wounds delivered by the alibilope's horn will inflict 3-12 points of damage on the round it hits and will result in 1-4 more points of damage each round after-ward due to the excessive bleeding caused by the cut. The bleeding can be stopped if the wound is attended to and properly treated. Albilopes are omnivores that usually eat plants, but when hungry,they have been known to viciously attack vulnerable prey.Their great speed allows them to catch unsuspecting creatures,but more import-antly it permits them to escape most of the predators found in this area.
Behavior: Behavior not recorded
Society: Anthropological studies incomplete