Reference Book: Star Wars Saga Edition Galaxy at War
Roggwarts are large, horned creatures native to Vendaxa, where they are natural enemies of the Acklay. A Roggwart's evolutionary adaptation makes it ideally suited for taking on single foes, since it rarely encounters more than one Acklay at a time. A Roggwart stands on its hind legs and uses its sharp fangs, wicked claws, and thick tail to subdue its prey. The Roggwart is not terribly cunning, but it is difficult to surprise, retaining its predatory instincts even in captivity.
This particular Roggwart recently escaped from captivity during the Separatist invasion of Tirahnn, but it has had to subsist on far less food than it normally would on Vendaxa. As such, it has become Weakened, and although it still fights fiercely to protect itself, it is noticeably less of a threat to the heroes than it would be in its prime condition.
Standing nearly 5 meters tall and weighing as much as a Rancor, this lumbering beast looks to be a predator that is used to getting what it wants. However, this particular creature looks somewhat malnourished, and there is a sluggishness in its movement that suggests weakness.
The Weakened Roggwart is hungry, and it plans to eat. The Weakened Roggwart doesn't mind moving up into a position where it is surrounded, as it can knock opponents away easily with its Enemy Slinger ability. The Weakened Roggwart wants to be as close to as many enemies as possible, allowing it to split its many attacks among those who threaten it.
Roggwart Statistics (CL 6) Edit
Hit Points: 176, Damage Threshold: 30
Melee: Gore +9* (2d6+10) and
Melee: Bite +9* (2d6+10) and
Melee: Claws (2) +9* (1d8+10) and
Melee: Tail Slam +9* (1d8+10)
Attack Options: Power Attack
Special Actions: Pack Resistant
Species Traits: Enemy Slinger, Low-Light Vision, Pack Resistant
*Includes 4 points of Power Attack
Base Stats Edit
Enemy Slinger: Once per round, when the Roggwart successfully hits a target and moves it with the Bantha Rush Feat, the Roggwart can move the target 3 squares in any direction instead of 1 square.