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Riding PonyCreature 0

Source Pathfinder Bestiary
Perception +4 (low-light vision, scent (imprecise) 30 feet)
Languages none
Skills Acrobatics +4, Athletics +7
Str +3, Dex +2, Con +3, Int -4, Wis +2, Cha +0

AC 14; Fort +7; Reflex +4; Will +4;
HP 16
Speed 35 feet

Hoof One Action +5 (+0, -5) to hit 1d4+3 Bludgeoning

Low-Light Vision

The monster can see in dim light as though it were bright light, so it ignores the Concealed condition due to dim light.

Scent (Imprecise) 30 feet

Scent involves sensing creatures or objects by smell, and is usually a vague sense. The range is listed in the ability, and it functions only if the creature or object being detected emits an aroma (for instance, incorporeal creatures usually do not exude an aroma).

If a creature emits a heavy aroma or is upwind, the GM can double or even triple the range of scent abilities used to detect that creature, and the GM can reduce the range if a creature is downwind.

Buck Reaction

DC 15 reflex

Most monsters that serve as mounts can attempt to buck off unwanted or annoying riders, but most mounts will not use this reaction against a trusted creature unless the mounts are spooked or mistreated.

Trigger A creature Mounts or uses the Command an Animal action while riding the monster.

Effect The triggering creature must succeed at a Reflex saving throw against the listed DC or fall off the creature and land Prone. If the save is a critical failure, the triggering creature also takes 1d6 bludgeoning damage in addition to the normal damage for the fall.

Gallop Two Actions

The riding pony Strides twice. It has a +10-foot circumstance bonus to its Speed during these Strides.

Horses serve as mounts and beasts of burden in many societies. They are loyal and typically gentle creatures, and they are invaluable to those looking to travel long distances. Smaller folk, like gnomes and halflings, often utilize ponies as mounts, while horses are the favored steeds for humans and other Medium humanoids. Most horses that the average humanoid encounters are domesticated, though large herds of these powerful animals can be found in the wild.



Anything that doesn't list another rarity trait (uncommon, rare, or unique) automatically has the common trait. This rarity indicates that an ability, item, or spell is available to all players who meet the prerequisites for it. A creature of this rarity is generally known and can be summoned with the appropriate summon spell.