Reference Book: Star Wars Saga Edition Jedi Academy Training Manual
The dreaded Terentatek greatly resembles the Rancor, with large spines jutting from its back and an additional set of mandibles sprouting from its mouth. It has been theorized that Terentateks were once Rancors that were subjugated to experimentation by The Sith. They are typically found in locations tainted by The Dark Side, such as the tombs on Korriban. Because of their remarkable immunity to The Force, Terentateks are also known as "Jedi Killers."
When The Dark Side is weaker in the galaxy, Terentateks go into hibernation, which can sometimes last for hundreds or even thousands of years. When The Dark Side increases in power, Terentateks emerge from their slumber to threaten their surroundings. Jedi are known to hunt in small teams to eliminate the Terentatek menace.
Terentatek Encounters Edit
Terentateks are rarely encountered alone. They usually patrol their territory in mated pairs, making encounters with them all that more dangerous. Terentateks are not subtle and simply charge opponents. Despite their Force immunity, Terentateks do not favor Jedi or other Force-users over other prey and attack the closest or more aggressive targets first, although the bright light and noise from a Lightsaber quickly grabs their attention.
Terentatek Statistics (CL 14) Edit
Huge Subterranean Beast 15
Hit Points: 187, Damage Threshold: 43; Fast Healing 5
Immune: [Mind-Affecting] Force Powers
Speed: 8 Squares; Powerful Charge
Melee: Claws (2) +12* (1d8+24)
Melee: Bite +12* (2d6+24)
Melee: Bite +14* (2d6+31) with Powerful Charge
Species Traits: Darkvision, Fast Healing 5, Force Resistance, Subterranean
*Includes 8 points of Power Attack
Base Stats Edit
Fast Healing 5: A Terentatek automatically regains 5 Hit Points every round at the end of its turn, up to its normal maximum, until it is killed.