|CR||10 (varies with species)|
|Adjective||Whale; cetacean; cetaceous|
|Images of whales|
Source: Bestiary 2, pg(s). 282
Regardless of subspecies, most whales are immense and graceful beasts of the seas.
Whales tend to be peaceful, but when provoked (or, for carnivorous whales, when on the hunt) they can bite, slap foes with their tail, or simply ram themselves into a target.
Some whales travel alone or in pairs, but in the wild many also form pods of a dozen members or more.
The many subspecies of whale include:
- Baleen whales, which feed through the namesake comb-like filters in their mouths
- Blue whales, tremendous filter-feeding whales with powerful tails
- Crimson whales, aggressive hunters known for their large teeth and red skin
- Faceless whales, pale sightless creatures also known as Darklands whales
- Fire whales, cetaceans native to the Plane of Fire but now found in several areas of the Material Plane.
- Great white whales, colossal and aggressive beasts
- Narwhals, small whales whose males bear a six-foot-long tusk above their mouths
- Sperm whales
Whales on Golarion
- Wikipedia:Whale (real-world animal)
- Paizo Staff. (2010). Bestiary 2, p. 282. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-268-5
- Whale article on Wikipedia.
- Savannah Broadway, Ryan Costello, Mark Moreland, Sean K Reynolds. (2012). Bestiary. The Price of Infamy, p. 86. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-416-0
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- Adam Daigle, Amanda Hamon, Mark Moreland, Eric Morton, William Thrasher. (2012). Bestiary. From Hell's Heart, p. 82. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-422-1
- Robert Brookes et al. (2017). Bestiary 6, p. 128. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-931-8