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Rare, unnaturally large [[stirge]]s known as '''stirge hounds''' are often used as tracking [[animal]]s, as they are capable of following flying creatures through the [[Darklands]]. They are very aggressive and prone to hunting in packs or even swarms. Their proboscis is uniformly ivory-colored, while their bodies are usually dark rust-red along the wings fading to black upon the body.<ref>{{Cite web|author=[[James Jacobs]]|page=Paizo Blog|date=December 1, 2008|title=Beasts of the Black Blood|url=http://paizo.com/paizo/blog/v5748dyo5l9wb}}</ref>
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Rare, unnaturally large [[stirge]]s known as '''stirge hounds''' are often used as tracking [[animal]]s, as they are capable of following flying creatures through the [[Darklands]]. They are very aggressive and prone to hunting in packs or even swarms. Their proboscis is uniformly ivory-colored, while their bodies are usually dark rust-red along the wings fading to black upon the body.<ref>{{Cite web|author=[[James Jacobs]]|page=Paizo Blog|date=December 1, 2008|title=Beasts of the Black Blood|url=https://paizo.com/community/blog/v5748dyo5l9wb}}</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 06:09, 14 November 2018

Stirge hound
(Creature)
Type Magical beast
CR 1
Environment Any underground
Alignment

Source: Paizo Blog

Rare, unnaturally large stirges known as stirge hounds are often used as tracking animals, as they are capable of following flying creatures through the Darklands. They are very aggressive and prone to hunting in packs or even swarms. Their proboscis is uniformly ivory-colored, while their bodies are usually dark rust-red along the wings fading to black upon the body.[1]

References

  1. James Jacobs. (December 1, 2008). Beasts of the Black Blood, Paizo Blog.