From Acrean Beastiary - Northern Stretches Edit
PolarBearHunting (3)

Corazan Polar Bear Edit

Large Beast, Neutral

The great bears of the mountainous north of Coraza are formidable hunters standing at about 5' tall to the shoulder on all fours and weighing in at about 800-900lbs on average. Very territorial they are rarely seen in numbers of more than three to four adults in any given area. The Polar bears spend half their time hunting and half their time resting in their caves.


AC:: [ 14 ]

HP:: [ 80 ]

SPEED:: [ 40' *snow-striding]

Str 18 Int 3
Dex 14 Wis 8
Con 16 Cha 4

Skills:: [ Perception (+4), Athletics (+7) ]

Senses:: [ Low-Light Vision, Scent ]

Languages:: [ none ]

Challenge Rating:: [ 3 ]

Abilities Edit

Snow-Striding: Not impaired by non-magical snowy or icy terrain.

Hunt By Scent: Gain an addition +4 to find creatures by scent where applicable.

Resistance: non-magical slashing, piercing and bludgeoning damage

Actions Edit

Multi­Attack (2)

Claws:: +6/ 1d8+6 Slashing

Bash:: +8/1d8+4 Bludgeoning, Target knocked prone on a failed DC(12) Strength save.

Feast:: +10 (*target must be prone*) / 1d12+10 and the Polar Bear heals for 1d6+3 hp

Dire Corazan Polar Bear Edit


The Dire Polar Bear is a massive beast, kings of the mountain. There are never many, as they're incredibly territorial and aggressive and serve to thin their own population. Otherwise these massive beasts would rightfully own the mountains. Standing on average 9' tall at the shoulder on all fours and easily breaking 1 Ton in weight, they are a seriously dangerous beast to do battle with. The Dire Corazan Polar Bears are the same as their smaller counterparts but for the following changes to stats.

  • +4 Strength, +2 Constitution, +4 Intelligence
  • AC +1
  • HP +50 (bonus hp from constitution bonus already included.)
  • Is now a Huge category creature.
  • Can understand the Language Heimallen, and Sylvan.
  • Gain an Knockdown DC +2
  • And the Feast attack grows to 3d12 dice damage, and 3d6+3 healing.