It had the body of a man but the head of a creature from another age. Two horns jutted out from the angled plate of bone that armored the face and neck, while a third smaller horn hooked up from the thing’s nose. It had a sword and a round shield.

triceraman

Delsa took aim at the approaching figure and let her arrow fly. It struck the creature in the head but glanced harmlessly off the bone.

The elf looked over at Locklar and Jorda the dwarf. “I think you boys can handle this one,” she said.

Triceraman

No. Enc.: 1d6 (1d6)
Alignment: Chaotic
Movement: 90′ (30′)
Armor Class: 4 [15]
Hit Dice: 4
Attacks: 1
Damage: 1d6 or by weapon
Save: F4
Morale: 10
Hoard Class: X

The triceramen are a twisted combination of man and dinosaur. On a to-hit roll of ’20’ a triceraman gores for an additional 1d8 of damage.

7 Comments to “Triceraman
–Monday Monster”

  1. Flynn says:

    Nice work. I love the graphic. Did you make it, or lucky enough to find it someplace? Sounds like you run a fun game, Lord Kilgore.

    🙂

    With Regards,
    Flynn

    • Kilgore says:

      I just plopped a triceratops head onto a Greek warrior clipart. My kids thought it was hilarious.

      They won’t be laughing when they run into a couple of them. LOL.

  2. Chris says:

    The TMNT Triceratons LIVE!!! (“mwah-hah-hah!”)

    • Kilgore says:

      Hmmm. Must admit I don’t know much TMNT. But looking them up I see they have tails. Hadn’t thought about that. I went with the totally-human body as that was the clipart I found to make my nifty little graphic.

  3. bat says:

    “And we thought the minotaur was tough!This thing has three horns!”

    Very clever monster.