PF1e: Summon Nature’s Ally II Unchained

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Part 2 of our nine week series continues with the unchaining of the summon nature’s ally II spell. You can see the unchained list for summon nature’s ally I spell here.

This level is where the monsters can start to be an annoyance. Compare that with level 1’s monsters where they are little more than cannon fodder, great for providing a flank or eating up one of the enemy’s attacks but not much else. At level 2, the monsters have enough hit points to survive a single hit and may be used for more than one round’s worth of attacks.

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Table 2: Summon Nature’s Ally II

2nd LevelSubtype
Ant, giant (worker)
Elemental (Small)Elemental
Giant frog
Giant spider
Goblin dog
Horse
Hyena
Octopus
Squid
Wolf
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Camel (herd animal)
Cave scorpion
Elemental (Small)Elemental
Gar
Giant bee
Giant fly
Giant solifugid
Giant tick
Gryph
Hippocampus
Jinkin (gremlin)
Manta ray
Ram (herd animal)
Vexgit (gremlin) (without wrecking crew)
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Atomie (without invisibility)
Carbuncle
Death’s head jellyfish
Elk (herd animal)
Faun
Fuath (gremlin)
Giant gecko (lizard)
Zoog
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Almiraj
Dimorphodon (dinosaur)
Giant tortoise
Giant water strider
Giant weasel
Monaciello gremlin
Stag (herd animal)
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Horn caterpillar
Hunter urchin
Troodon (dinosaur)
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 6
Common Anemone (sea anemone)
Common eurypterid
Giant raven

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