Sky Bison (5e Creature)
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Huge beast, neutral good
Air blast: +9 to hit, all creatures within 25 ft. cone. Hit: 19 (2d10+6) thunder damage and the target is moved to the nearest space outside the far end of the cone.
Charge: The Bison lowers its head and charges. It moves up to its speed in a direction of its choice, targeting all creatures whose space it moves through. All targets make a DC 16 Dexterity save, taking 24 (3d8+6) bludgeoning damage and be pushed 10 ft. on a failure, only taking half damage and not being pushed on a success.
Sky bison, also known as flying bison or air bison are gigantic six-legged creatures, weighing up to ten tons when fully grown. They are covered in shaggy white fur with a brown line that runs from the end of their manatee-like tail ending in a large arrow on their foreheads. Despite their size, Sky Bison are gentle, herbivorous creatures that rarely attack unprovoked. They do however fiercely defend their young and (if tamed) their masters with both their physical strength and their elemental mastery over the air. Sky bison also have the ability to float through the air with ease and grace, without the use of wings or propulsion as if swimming through the sky. A fully grown sky bison can carry up to 15 medium-sized creatures on its back, however, without an appropriate saddle, the journey will not be very comfortable.