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Angazhani Creature8

CE Large Beast

Senses Perception +18; darkvision

Languages Abyssal, Common, Mwangi

Skills Athletics +20, Intimidation +15, Religion +16, Survival +16

Str +6, Dex +4, Con +5, Int -1, Wis +4, Cha +3

AC 26; Fort +19, Ref +16, Will +14

HP 180

Defensive Disarm [reaction] Trigger A creature makes a melee weapon Strike against the angazhani and misses; Requirements The angazhani is benefiting from their Defensive Slam; Effect The angazhani attempts to Disarm the attacker of the triggering weapon.

Speed 25 feet, climb 25 feet

Melee [one-action] fist +20 (reach 10 feet), Damage 2d8+9 bludgeoning

Melee [one-action] jaws +20, Damage 2d12+9 piercing

Divine Innate Spells DC 24; 6th dominate; 3rd fear (×2)

Defensive Slam [two-actions] The angazhani uses their arms to defend themself while attacking. The angazhani Strikes once and gains a +2 circumstance bonus to Ac until the start of their next turn.

Focused Slam [two-actions] The angazhani beats a single opponent with all four of their brawny arms, leaving their foe nowhere to dodge. The angazhani makes a fist Strike. On a successful attack, they deal fist damage to the target plus an additional 3d8 damage, and they meet the requirements to Rend the target this turn, even if they didn’t hit on two consecutive Strikes. Even on a failed attack, the angazhani deals the damage from one fist Strike to the target, though they still miss completely on a critical failure. This ability counts as four attacks toward an angazhani’s multiple attack penalty. After using this ability, the angazhani is flat-footed until the beginning of their next turn.

Rend [one-action] fist

Pummeling Charge [three-actions] Effect The angazhani rushes up to a foe at extreme speed and slams down with their fists. The angazhani Strides or Climbs up to three times, then makes two fist Strikes against one enemy within reach.


Angazhanis lurk in the depths of the world’s jungles, where these sapient, four-armed apes prey on any creatures they deem lesser than themselves. They’re purportedly the divine minions of Angazhan, demon lord of apes. While many angazhanis do worship this foul god, scarce evidence exists to support their claim to fiendish heritage. Jungle-dwelling people know well to steer clear of suspected angazhani territories; angazhanis of such areas don’t slaughter outright, often capturing trespassers to serve as slaves or as living sacrifices in heinous rituals.

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