No. Enc.: 1d2 (1d4 in lair)
Movement: 90' (30')
Armor Class: 5
Hit Dice: 3+1
Attacks: 2 (bite, tail lash)
Damage: 2d4/1d6 + see below
Hoard Class: VI
The tesonke is a pony-sized carnivorous iguana with serrated spikes studding it's spine and radiating around it's tail. They live in caves, coastal marshes and mangrove swamps. A successful tail attack will knock down a man-sized or smaller foe who may not attack the same round this occurs. Tesonke hide is used by locals as it creates a durable leather once the spikes are removed.
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