Pa'li (Direhorse) (2.5e Creature)
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|Climate/Terrain:||Forest grasslands hills and mountains|
|Number of Attacks:||2 hooves|
|Damage/Attack:||hooves 2d6 bludgeoning|
Direhorses (Na'vi name: pa'li) are nectarivores, vaguely horse-like in appearance, with very long necks and small heads. They are roughly the size of an elephant. They are native creatures of Pandora.
When wild, the animals move together in a loose herd through the forests, feeding on tree bark and shrubs. Herds numbering in the dozens have been spotted from aircraft, but evidence (including scatological and plant impact) suggests that herds of more than one hundred animals are not uncommon
Trample- if Pa'li moves 10’or more before attacking it tramples targets smaller then its self dealing 2d8 bludgeoning damage
Bioluminescence- in darkness the patterns on the pa'li skin glows giving off light in a 10 ft radius
Neural Interface-pa'li can use the tentacles on the back of their head to link with nature to get a “empathic feel” of any threats to nature. In a dense forest area, the “empathic feel” has a range of up to 1 mile. pa'li can also use them to mentally link with other creatures native to Pandora.
low light vision-60ft
Skin color-Gray w/ blue stripes
Eye color-blue silver green yellow or red