Savannah Cats «Jaget»

Reported By: unknown contributor in 0th Edition - Metamorphosis Alpha

Role: Pet
Base Stock: Jaguar

MCC Stat Block: Jaget 'Savannah Cats' (1d8 (4)): Init +2; atk 2 x claws melee (1d3-1) and bite melee (1d3-1); AC 15; HD 4D7 hp 16 each; MV 90' ; 1d20; SV Fort -1, Ref +0, Will +1
Mutations: (P) Attraction Odor, Poison Weakness(M) Fear Generation, Fear of Plants, Levitation, Precognition, Telekinesis, Telepathy

Number Appearing: 1d8
Morale: 11
Hit Dice: HD 4D7
Armor: 5 (AC 15)
Size: Small 1.5 Meters

Movement: MV 90'

Attack: 2 x Claws melee (1d3-1)
Bite melee (1d3-1)

MS: 15   PS: 7
IN: 2   DX: 12
CH: 3   CN: 7

Frequency: Uncommon
Organization: Family
Activity Cycle: Any
Diet: Carnivore
Habitat: Temperate Plains
Tech Level: 1 - 6
Artifacts: A

Description (Initial Observations): Mutated Jaguars prowl the vast grassland. Their front paws have been modified to give them thumbs.

Description (Additional Observations): Jagers are mutated jungle cats who have migrated into the open plains. Although they are not very intelligent, they have reached the level of basic tool use and ran manipulate objects with their forepaws. The typical jaget is about a meter and a half long and weighs about 50 kilograms. A jaget's coat is stippled with dark stripes or spots over a yellowish base. Jagers prefer to travel on all fours and rarely wear anything or carry any objects or tools with them.

Reactions: No known interactions

Behavior: Jagets have extensive mental mutations, however they are not very smart. You can find them following other more intelligent and powerful creatures as followers or hirelings. They can manipulate simple objects, but do not use or build technology.

Behavior: Behavior not recorded

Society: The savannah cats are a wide-ranging race of hunters. Their intelligence is barely above the animal, and their lives revolve about the hunt. On the open plain, they usually live in family groups, which cooperate in the taking of prey and the defense of the group. Families are composed of a mated pair and one or two young or subadults. Their telepathic and intuitive abilities make it nearly impossible to surprise a group of cats, and also make the jagets skilled stalkers. Rarely, savannah cats are found wandering alone far from their homelands as the compan10ns of other creatures. Usually this is because, due to their substantial mental powers, jagets are often desired as followers or hirelings of other species. Jagets love bright, shiny objects and often slip into human camps to pilfer small artifacts.