If you thought the Mega-Gargants of the Sons of Behemat have been powerful now simply wait till you get a dose of those reinforcements.
King Brodd was simply the tip of the Mega-Garant Spear coming with the Sons of Behemat Battletome. There’s extra modifications forward for these large monstrosities. Today we’re getting a have a look at a brand new Mega-Gargant in addition to a mighty new instrument of their arsenal.
Sons of Behemat Upgrades
“King Brodd is probably the most mighty of monarchs, and to show which may really makes proper, he has summoned the Beast-smasher Mega-Gargants to his trigger. Together, they’ll create a gargant stomp highly effective sufficient to wage warfare in opposition to the heavens themselves, and declare revenge for the loss of life of Behemat. “
The Beast-Smasher Mega-Gargant is yet one more variant of the Sons of Behemat. And it’s not only a delicate tweak of the hammer, head, or arms that units him aside. It’s some new guidelines to match!
The Menhir Club is one depraved smasher. For starters the stats on it are fairly spicy! 3 assaults that hit on 3+ and wound on 2+ is already fairly good however…these are 5 harm swings! I’m going to guess the Rend both has a particular rule or it degrades because the Mega-Gargant takes wounds. Either manner — yikes!
Furthermore, if you happen to’re up in opposition to a very vicious foe you’ve received the choice to go all in on one swing with the Beast-Breaking Strike. This can solely be used on monsters however many is it going to depart a mark! You commerce in your 3 assaults for 1 however the harm profile modifications from 5 to 5d6 hits! That’s a possible 30 harm in a single go!!! Even if you happen to roll common you’re going to be doing fairly the quantity on most monsters anyhow.
Naturally, the forces of Destruction may rent their very own Beast-Smasher Merc named Odo Godswallow. Ya know, simply in case you want one thing to essentially put a dent in your enemies.
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