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Dungeons & Dragons creature
Gathra
Alignment Lawful Evil
Type Magical beast
Source books 3rd Edition Fiend Folio
First appearance
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In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, the gathra is an extraplanar magical beast. They dwell on Avernus, the first layer of the Nine Hells of Baator.

Ecology[]

Gathra are dangerous pack animals which hunt down and devour any creature unlucky enough to be caught in the open. Devils sometimes use them as mounts.

Environment[]

Though predominantly found on Avernus in Baator, gathra can also be found underground on the Material Plane.

Typical physical characteristics[]

Gathra resemble a blend of boar and bull. They have the body of a huge, black, ugly, fiendish bovine, with a boar-like head. They have an enormous pair of horns which curve inwards on each other, and two lower tusks which stick straight up and give the impression of large, upside-down sabre-like teeth.

Alignment[]

Gathra, being natives of Baator, are lawful evil in alignment.

Creative origins[]

Gathra appeared in the 3rd Edition Fiend Folio.

References[]


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