Triceratops

Common | Huge | Neutral | Dinosaur

The largest of the ceratopsians, or horn-faced dinosaurs, and by far the most aggressive, this beaked herbivore is a plains-dweller. It has a huge front plate of bone protecting its 6-foot-long head, from which project two great horns (each over 3 feet long), while a shorter horn juts from its nose.

Armor Class Hit Points Move
14 64
(16 Hit Dice)
walk 45 ft
Appearing 2d4
Habitat Any
Negotiation no
Morale DC 13
Challenge 39.3 (11,790 XP per monster)

Ability Scores

STR DEX CON INT WIS CHA
6 -1 3 -3 0 -3

Combat

Has 3 attacks. Hit Bonus +6. Damage: Horns. 1d12 +6

Special Attacks

Trample. A Triceratops may trample Medium-size or smaller creatures for 2d6+5 points of damage. Dexterity DC 10 save for half damage.


Treasure

Individual: None

Lair: None