Giant Weasel DnD 5E Monster

Hello zoologists of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my spellbook and thank you so much for checking out the 40th episode of our beasts series. Today we have a rather interesting beast in store for us today, we’re looking at the giant weasel dnd 5e. This beast is found under the basic rules guide and it is considered to be cr 1/8 and provides 25 experience points in a kill.

I really like this guy, the giant weasel is traditionally found in forests grassland and hill environments and i would kind of like to run a campaign where they can do quite a bit of damage to a farmer’s field something like that, i think that’d be pretty cool. But with that out of the way let’s take a quick look at their stats here.

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Giant Weasel DnD 5E Stat Block

  • Type: Medium beast, unaligned
  • Armor Class: 13
  • Hit Points: 9 (2d8)
  • Speed: 40 ft.

The giant weasel 5e size is considered to be a medium beast that is unaligned which means they’re actually about the same size as in most of you. Naturally they’ll be on more of horizontal kind of length but still they’re play large. They have an AC of 13, 9 hit points calculated by rolling 2d8 and a speed of 40 feet which is rather nice they can make pretty good amounts for any kind of small creature like a halfling for example. Taking a look at their stats. You can also check out this giant rat 5e size.

Giant Weasel DnD 5E Stats

  • STR: 11 (+0)
  • DEX: 16 (+3)
  • CON: 10 (+0)
  • INT: 4 (-3)
  • WIS: 12 (+1)
  • CHA: 5 (-3)
  • Skills: Perception +3, Stealth +5
  • Senses: Darkvision 60 ft., Passive Perception 13
  • Languages:
  • Challenge: 1/8 (25 XP)
  • Keen Hearing and Smell: The weasel has advantage on Wisdom (Perception) checks that rely on hearing or smell.

You notice that they are very dexterous, boasting a +3 to dexterity which is pretty awesome. They are not particularly bright nor they particularly charismatic but outside of that they are pretty well-rounded. Taking a look at their skills you will see a +3 to perception and a +5 to stealth very good stuff!

Taking a look at their senses you’ll see 60 feet of darkvision and a passive perception of 13. They also have access to keen hearing and smell which provides them with advantage on perception checks that rely on hearing or smell which is a decent chunk of them for sure. Now let’s take a quick look at its actions here. Don’t miss this giant poisonous snake 5e.

  • Actions: Bite. Melee Weapon Attack: +5 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 5 (1d4 + 3) piercing damage.

So the giant weasel only has access to one action and that is a bit attack. It is considered to be a melee weapon attack +5 to hit which is very nice, a reach of five feet can only target one target and deals 5 piercing damage calculated by rolling 1d4 and adding a modifier of +3.

Very nice stuff! I really like the giant weasel. I would like to see them with like a climb speed or maybe even a burrow speed but whatever it is the way it is. I have once again feel like this would be best used and as an adventurers kind of quest an early level quest to kind of rid the farm of an infestation, i think that’d be a pretty cool and have a group of giant weasels kind of signify the ending counter be pretty sweet.

Their high speed and their great stealth would make it kind of challenging for the adventurers but at the same time quite enjoyable just because they’re not particularly hard to hit nor do they have a lot of health. Also check out this weasel 5e.


That being said, if you have any ideas on how to use them in your campaign please let me know down beneath in the comment section. Also be sure to mention any thoughts, questions, comments or concerns you may have about the giant weasel. That being said, i hope you all have a great day and as always happy researching.

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