Klarg (5e Monster)
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|Huge Fey, Chaotic Neutral|
|Armor Class: 16 (natural armor)|
|Hit Points: 92 (8d12+40)|
|Speed: 35 ft.|
|Skills: Perception +3, Stealth +3, Survival +3|
|Damage Resistances: acid, fire, cold, necrotic|
|Condition Immunity: charmed, frightened, petrified|
|Senses: darkvision 60 ft., tremorsense 90 ft., passive Perception 14|
|Challenge: 7 (2,900 xp)Proficiency Bonus (PB): +3|
False Appearance. While the klarg is prone and remains motionless, it is indistinguishable from an hillock.
Multiattack. The klarg makes three attacks: one with its bite and two with its claws.
Spring up from Prone. If a creature comes within 10 feet of the klarg while it is prone, it may stand up with no movement cost.
A klarg is a huge semi-bipedal fey creature, often using its arms to assist in its movement (similar to an ape). It has the appearance of dark soil, and rocks, and appears to have grass, moss, vines, and/or shrubs on its back (although all of this is just natural camouflage).
Klarg are intelligent, but their main motivation is hunger. They are cunning and will stalk prey or lie in wait for them if they are close.
|Alignment||Chaotic Neutral +|
|Challenge Rating||7 +|
|Experience Points||2,900 +|
|Features||False Appearance +, Keen Smell +, Regeneration +, Swallow +, Multiattack +, Bite +, Claw + and Spring up from Prone +|
|Hit Dice||8d12+40 +|
|Hit Points||92 +|
|Identifier||5e Monster +|
|SortText||Klarg 5e +|
|Summary||Fey creature that often appears as a hillock +|