Blend Dog «Clark»

Reported By: unknown contributor in MM2

Role: Pet
Base Stock: Dog

MCC Stat Block: Clark 'Blend Dog' (2d6 (7)): Init +4; atk bite melee +1 (1d8) and 2 x claws melee +1 (1d6); AC 12; HD 4D7 hp 16 each; MV 45' ; 1d20; SV Fort +1, Ref +2, Will +1
Mutations: Chameleon Powers

Number Appearing: 2d6
Morale: 8
Hit Dice: HD 4D7
Armor: 2 (AC 12)
Size: Medium 1.5

Movement: MV 45'

Attack: bite melee +1 (1d8)
2 x Claws melee +1 (1d6)

MS: 13   PS: 12
IN: 2   DX: 16
CH: 3   CN: 13

Frequency: Uncommon
Organization: Unknown
Activity Cycle: Unknown
Diet: Carnivore
Habitat: Anywhere
Tech Level: 0 - 0
Artifacts: Unknown

Description (Initial Observations): Truly neither fish nor fowl, the terl is a 2 to 3 meter long mutant baracuda that is covered in bright parrot like feathers rather than scales, and capable of breathing air. They are capable of 'swimming' through the air via telekinesis. They live in trees like birds as well. The Trel returns to the water to spawn in the spring and it is fully capable of breathing both water and air.

Reactions: No known interactions

Behavior: As with normal dogs, this breed uses simple pack tactics to surround, and bring down weakened prey, or solitary travelers. The main difference is the fact that they also will use trees to help them surround their prey. So if you are in a forest, and find yourself surrounded by a pack of these creatures, don't bother to climb a tree to escape. You'll find yourself staring down the maws of several of these animals. Just as a normal pack dog, these animals are lead by both an alpha male and alpha female. The rest of the pack is subservient to these, unless another male thinks it is strong enough to challenge the leader. Females tend to build dens high in large trees, ruins, or if nothing appropriate is available, in dens on the ground. The females give birth late in spring to litters of 2D4 pups. The pups, if caught at an early age, can easily be domesticated. Wolf climbers can not be domesticated however.

Behavior: Behavior not recorded

Society: Anthropological studies incomplete