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There are no official stats for Sheep. But we won't leave you hanging... Other Animals. A book of this size can't contain statistics for every animal inhabiting your D&D campaign world. However, you can use the stat block of one animal to represent another easily enough. For example, you can use the panther statistics to represent a jaguar, the ...


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The hybrid classes appear in the Advanced Class Guide (Amazon, Paizo). The alchemist, cavalier, inquisitor, oracle, summoner, and witch base classes appear in the Advanced Player's Guide (Amazon, Paizo), as does the anti-paladin alternate class. The magus base class appears in Ultimate Magic (Amazon, Paizo). The gunslinger base class appears in Ultimate ...


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The only sections that have names but aren't explicitly labeled are Ability Scores and "Special Traits," which is between Challenge and Reactions/Actions. The other sections aren't explicitly named. They're described on pages 6-9 of the Monster Manual. That appears to be it as far as the core books are concerned, though if Wizards refers to them outside of ...



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