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Minotaur CR 4 (Combatant)

XP 1,200
CE Large monstrous humanoid
Init +0; Senses darkvision 60 ft.; Perception +10


HP 50
EAC 16; KAC 18
Fort +6; Ref +8; Will +5


Speed 30 ft.

Melee sintered greataxe +13 (3d6+9S), or horn +13 (1d6+9P, critical bleed 1d6 and knockdown)
Ranged corona artillery laser +10 (2d8+4F, critical burn 1d6)
Space 10 ft.; Reach 10 ft.
Offensive Abilities powerful charge


Str +5; Dex +0; Con +3; Int -2; Wis +1; Cha -1
Skills Athletics +15, Intimidate +10, Survival +10
Languages Giant
Other Abilities natural cunning
Gear golemforged plating II, corona artillery laser with 2 high capacity batteries (40 charges), sintered greataxe


Natural Cunning (Ex)

A minotaur automatically succeeds on any Survival checks to avoid becoming lost or finding its way, including those from a maze spell.

Powerful Charge (Ex)

The minotaur can charge into foes, goring them with its horns. If it moved at least 20 feet from its starting position, the horn damage is increased to 2d6+12P.


Environment urban or underground
Organization solitary, pair, or gang (3-4)

Minotaurs are giant humanoids with fur covered bodies and bull-like heads. It was once believed that all minotaurs were male; actually cursed humans that had been altered by the gods or a demon lord to become a minotaur. That legend has proven false as female minotaurs have become more prevalent over the years.

Minotaurs are known to be sapiovores, feeding off the flesh of sentient creatures. They love to dwell within maze-like caverns or ruins, where their innate sense of direction prevents them from getting lost. They lure travelers into their maze-like homes, where the minotaurs have the advantage over their unfortunate prey.

Owing to their physically powerful bodies and evil nature, minotaurs are sought out by unscrupulous individuals to serve as mercenaries and brute thugs.

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