Monster Monday-Karza


“Can you hear that?”


“That scratching sound.”

“Eh, rats.”

“It’s getting louder.”


Health Points: 95-106

Spell Points: None

Attack: 2d6(bite), 1d8(claws) (see below)

Special Attack: None

Special Defense: Tunneling

Dexterity: 18 front legs, 12 back legs, 15 bite

Strength: 20 jaw, 18 back legs, 16 front legs

Speed: 28, 20 Digging

Armor: 12 8 48

Special: 10 minute hold breath, rear legs throw the target 1 ft per damage.

Description: The Karza, known less formally as a land shark, is a fairly rare kind of drake.  They are ever-hungry meat eaters and tend to hunt alone.  They are especially fond of humanoid meat, favoring those humanoids that dwell below ground: gnomes, goblins, halflings, and dwarves.  They are ruthless and large, standing only about 4 feet high, but 10 feet long and 2 feet wide.  They can attack with up to three of their claws in a turn, or bite and use one claw. After moving only the bite for a front claw can be used.  They have good instincts for this style of combat.  If wounded they are quick to flee the combat and seek a place to heal.  Tunnels they dig are half filled behind them.

As a player, how would you react to a Karza attack? What if one was hunting the gnome miners?  Would you go after it?  As a Master Weaver, would you use it? Comment below to share your thoughts.

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