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Ogre Glutton

Ogre Glutton Creature4

CE Large Giant Humanoid

Senses Perception +6; darkvision

Languages Jotun

Skills Athletics +12, Intimidation +10, Survival +6

Str +6, Dex -1, Con +4, Int -2, Wis +0, Cha -2

Items leather armor, greataxe

AC 18; Fort +14, Ref +7, Will +6

HP 70

Speed 30 feet

Melee [one-action] greataxe +14 (reach 10 feet, sweep), Damage 1d12+8 slashing

Melee [one-action] jaws +14, Damage 1d8+8 piercing plus Grab and glutton’s feast

Glutton’s Feast If the ogre glutton damages a living creature with their jaws Strike, they gain 1d4 temporary Hit Points for 1 minute.

Glutton’s Rush [two-actions] The ogre glutton Strides twice and makes a jaws Strike. If they damage a living creature with this Strike, the temporary Hit Points they receive from glutton’s feast is increased to 2d4.

Swallow Whole [one-action] (attack) Small, 2d4+4 bludgeoning, Rupture 14


Ogre gluttons take the act of feeding to a horrific extreme, capable of extending their already cavernous mouths wide enough to gulp down a halfling. Stories of ogre gluttons being tricked into eating razor?edged shields or barrels filled with poisoned meat are common, but such tales are of little consolation to those who have been gobbled down whole by these ravenous giants. In addition to their sadistic table manners, ogre gluttons have a disturbing knack for coming up with violent ” games,” that are little more than drawn-out torments, yet those who somehow manage to beat a glutton at the rules of its own game can often enrage and frustrate the ogre enough that the resulting tantrum is more than enough distraction to afford a last-ditch escape from doom.

Ogre Hooks

Ogres are known for using immense, curved picks called ogre hooks. These uncommon weapons cost 1 gp, deal 1d10 piercing damage, have 2 Bulk, and require two hands to use. Ogre hooks are in the pick weapon group. Ogre hooks have the deadly 1d10 and trip weapon traits.

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