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Hill giant

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Brigand, human

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Gnoll/ lind

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Goblin

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Harpy

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Hobgoblin

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Ogre

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Orc (may include orog)

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Troll (may include others)

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Black dragon

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Behir

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Bullywug

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Ghoul (may include ghast)

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Goblin

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Hydra (may include lernaean hydra and/or pyrohydra)

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Lizard man (includes advanced lizard men and lizard king)

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Muckdweller

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Su-monster

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Troll (may include other types)

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Troglodyte

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Troll (may include other types)

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Umber hulk

Many characters regard animals as non-thinking beasts that react purely on instinct, incapable of responding to reason. The ranger, on the other hand, sees animals as emotionally complex creatures whose fears and desires may be less sophisticated than those of humans, but are no less real. This innate understanding of animal behavior gives

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Bugbear

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Derro

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Drow (includes drider)

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Duergar

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Gibberling

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Illithid

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Kuo-toa

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