Created by Matthew Urquhart
Illustrated by Santiago Kamerbeek
Damage Headbutt (1d6)
Lopers are popular beasts of burden that look like large, scaly kangaroos with the head and mindset of mountain goats. Their splayed, clawed digits also mean they can climb almost as well as a humanoid, even when being ridden! The Loper's sweet milk and ease of domestication make them especially popular. Road lopers are tan to brown colored with pale underbellies, and are found in and around most settlements. Rock lopers are found in the mountainous areas, and have white to gray fur with pale underbellies. Sand lopers are the scalier cousins found in arid or dry areas. They are often light brown to rust brown in color. War lopers (specially trained to fight with fore-claws) are very expensive, but occasionally worth it.
Monster skill: [Climbing] +1 to Ability rolls when climbing in native terrain.