This majestic beast stands the height of a man at its shoulders, a many-tipped rack of proud antlers crowning its head.
Speed 50 ft.
Environment cold or temperate plains
Organization solitary, pair, or herd (3-50)
Elk range in great herds throughout the plains, hills, and forests of many wilderness areas. Their size, strength, and antlers allow them to contend with most of their environment's dangers, though herds generally favor flight to combat. Elk also prove exceptionally adaptable survivors, capable of living through severe weather changes without concern. Most breeds of elk stand between 3 and 5 feet tall and weigh between 350 and 550 pounds, with females far slighter than the males.