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Medium monstrosity, lawful neutral

Armor Class: 15 (natural armor)
Hit Points. 34 (5d8+10)
Speed. 40 ft, 80 ft.

13 (+2) 18 (+4) 14 (+2) 10 (0) 12 (+1) 7 (-2)

Damage Resistances. cold
Senses. passive Perception 16 (+6), truesight
Languages. Telepathy
Challenge. 2 (450 XP)


  • Rend. If the Cunalrur strikes a victim with at least two claw attacks, the victim suffers an extra 4 (1d6) slashing damage per successful claw attack.
  • Telepathic Communication. The Cunalrur can telepathically transmit visions of anything it sees, as well as empathic impulses to those with whom it has established a willing telepathic bond (usually its pack and/or master)
  • Pack Tactics. Whenever the Cunalrur is within 5 feet of an ally, it gains advantage on all attack rolls, so long as that ally is not incapacitated.


  • Multiattack. The Cunalrur makes six claw attacks.
  • Claw. Melee Weapon Attack: +6 to hit, reach 5ft., one target. Hit: 8 (1d6+4) slashing damage.


Man-sized, six-legged beasts, the Cunalrur are swift runners and able fliers. They have thin bodies, covered in light fur-like feathers. An equally lengthy, prehensile tail gives them advantage on dangerous inclines. They have thick, dark claws that serve them in their purchase in trees, cliffs and the like and can also act as weapons. They have a thin membrane growing between their hind and forelegs which enables them to fly or glide for great distances. Their brows are high, shaped more like a wolf’s, but rather than a snout they possess an eagle-like beak. Whether climbing, flying or running, they display tremendous speed.

Territorial Guardians. Cunalrur are highly prized guard animals as they are highly territorial, possess exceptional vision, and have minor telepathic abilities. These allow them to function with a sort of hive mind, projecting images of what they see to other members of their pack or anyone else with whom they wish to communicate. Vocally, they produce only a hollow howl which is used only when they are in great pain or issuing a warning of danger to their pack or master.

Non-Aggressive Packs. As pack animals, the Cunalrur travel in groups of up to four. They reproduce asexually, laying 1-2 eggs about every two years. These they bury or ide in a secure place and leave them. The eggs mature on their own and hatch as a fully mature adult Cunalrur in 6-7 weeks, immediately seeking out others of their own kind to join a pack.

The Cunalrur are not particularly aggressive, but can be dangerous when hunting, cornered or otherwise forced to fight. They will rear up on their hind legs and use claws to grab the target, ripping and tearing viciously until the target is dead or they are removed.

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