A Zorbo is a small, unaligned monstrosity native to Chult. These monsters are about three feet tall and resemble raccoons or koala bears Dungeons & Dragons depending on coloration and markings. In the game, they first appeared in first edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons in the first set of Monster Cards (1982). The zorbo then appeared in the original Monster Manual II (1983).
A zorbo is a devious, meat-eating beast that enjoys humanoid flesh. A zorbo can temporarily absorb the natural properties of items in its surroundings, gaining protection as if it were covered by the hardness of wood, metal, or stone. A zorbo can also gain the protection and defensive bonuses of a protective item worn by an opponent that it strikes, such as armor, shield, or magic item; this item turns into dust.
If encountered, it is best to avoid a Zorbo altogether. Just pray that it is not hungry.
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