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Unicorn Creature3

CG Large Beast Fey

Senses Perception +13; darkvision, scent (imprecise) 30 feet

Languages Common, Sylvan

Skills Acrobatics +10, Diplomacy +11, Stealth +8, Survival +9

Str +4, Dex +3, Con +3, Int +0, Wis +4, Cha +4

Wild Empathy The unicorn has a connection to the creatures of the natural world that allows it to communicate with them. The unicorn can use Diplomacy to Make an Impression on animals and to make very simple Requests of them.

AC 20; Fort +10, Ref +8, Will +11 (+2 vs. mental)

HP 45; Immunities poison

Speed 45 feet

Melee [one-action] horn +12 (good, magical), Damage 1d10+4 piercing plus 1d6 good and ghost touch

Melee [one-action] hoof +12 (agile, magical), Damage 1d8+4 bludgeoning and ghost touch

Primal Innate Spells DC 21; 5th tree stride; 3rd heal (-2), neutralize poison; 1st detect alignment (at will, good only); Cantrips (2nd) light

Ghost Touch A unicorn’s Strikes have the effects of a ghost touch property Rune.

Powerful Charge [two-actions] The unicorn Strides up to double its Speed in a straight line and then makes a horn Strike. If the unicorn moved at least 20 feet, it deals an additional 2d6 damage on a hit.


Symbols of grace and purity, unicorns resemble proud and noble horses. They are typically pure white of coat, but they are best known for the single, delicate horn that extends from the center of their forehead. While unicorns often serve as protectors of unspoiled wilderness and sacred places, they are themselves highly sought after for their horns, which are said to possess potent magical properties. To many, the mere idea of hunting such a magnificent creature in the hopes of severing its horn is utterly reprehensible. Indeed, a de-horned unicorn is a sorry sight, and few such unicorns survive much longer in the wild.

Unicorns are found almost exclusively in remote, unsullied areas of wilderness. Sometimes associated with good-aligned deities, other times associated with nature and the fey, unicorns are always known for their righteousness and nobility. They are wary, at best, of most humanoid creatures, due in large part for poachers’ tendency to hunt them for their horns, but unicorns are often rumored to have a weakness for those who are pure of both heart and spirit. Despite some tales, unicorns are equally likely to recognize purity in young men as in young women.

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