No. Enc.: 1d4 (2d6)
Movement: 90' (30')
Armor Class: 6
Hit Dice: 5d8 + 2
Attacks: 2 (club and bite)
Hoard Class: XX
These lumbering brutes are named for their fishlike faces filled with dozens of inch-long razor fangs capable of biting through a man. Like normal ogres they are about 9' to 10' tall and have humanoid bodies. Their skins are a translucent yellow and they wear a minimum of primitive clothing. They dwell in lightless canyons and hate strong light, seeking to extinguish it where possible. In daylight they are -1 to hit, AC and damage. They have infravision up to 120' and prefer to hunt in dark places or at night-time. They have a primitive form of religion, worshipping sinister eidolons that resemble a cross between a toad and a bat.
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