These yellow-furred, gaunt baboons have chalk-white muzzles and their lambent eyes show a disturbed intellect. Capable of using tools (including simple weapons) and tactics, they understand language but speak in barks, grunts and screams interspersed with ancient phrases and nonsensical babbling.
Number: 2d4 (3d6+2)
Hit Dice: 1+1
Attack: 1 bite and 1 weapon
Damage:1d4 and by weapon
Hoard Class: VI
The gulbavian is slightly taller than a normal baboon, though wasted and gaunt. Their muzzles and rears are chalk-white and not used for signaling. They can eat anything but show a preference for rotten or sour foods, including carrion. They may bite with sharpened fangs or use simple weapons like axes, clubs and maces. A band of gulbavians are led by a randomly selected leader, who if morale breaks is as likely to be turned on as nursed back to health. It is whispered they originated from a chaotic priesthood cursed by their patron. Their increasing numbers and fecundity suggests a malevolent purpose.
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