Large, lumbering, dragon-like turtles. The Turtle Gnoll grows to be 10 feet long, and is covered with rows of sharp spines. The creatures prey mostly on small animals, but habitat destruction have forced them into populated areas. Turtle Gnolls have been known to bury themselves under dirt and piles of leaves at a good ambush spot. When provoked they have been shown to charge, like an angry rhinoceros.