Chihuahua (5e Creature)

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Chihuahua[edit]

Tiny beast, unaligned


Armor Class 10
Hit Points 2 (1d4)
Speed 20 ft.


STR DEX CON INT WIS CHA
5 (-3) 10 (+0) 10 (+0) 2 (-4) 9 (-1) 6 (-2)

Skills Intimidation +0
Senses passive Perception 9
Languages
Challenge 0 (0 XP)


ACTIONS

Yap Yap (Recharge 6). One creature within 10 ft. must attempt a DC 10 Wisdom saving throw. On a failure, they become stunned until the end of their next turn.

Bite. Melee Weapon Attack: +2 to hit, reach 5, 1 target. Hit: 2 (1d4 + 0) piercing damage.


An analysis of DNA from the genome of domesticated dogs indicates that they entered North America from Siberia for 4,500 years and were then isolated for the next 9,000 years. After contact with Europeans, these lineages were replaced by Eurasian dogs and their local descendants. The pre-contact dogs exhibited a unique genetic signature that is now almost gone.[4] In 2020, the sequencing of ancient dog genomes indicates that in two Mexican breeds the Chihuahua retains 4% and the Xoloitzcuintli 3% pre-colonial ancestry.[5]

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