Basically the armor class of Roc is 15 and speed are 20 feet. Its have a powerful action and attack action are completely describe.
Gargantuan monstrosity, unaligned
Armor Class: 15 (natural armor)
Hit Points: 248 (16d20 + 80)
Speed: 20ft., fly 120ft.
STR – 28 (+9) • DEX – 10 (+0) • CON – 20 (+5) • INT – 3 (- 4) • WIS – 10 (+0) • CHA – 9 (-1)
Saving Throws: Dex +4, Con +9, Wis +4, Cha +3
Skills: Perception +4
Senses: passive Perception 14
Challenge: 11 (7,200 XP)
Keen Sight: The roc has advantage on Wisdom (Perception) checks that rely on sight.
Multiattack: The roc makes two attacks: one with its beak and one with its talons.
Beak: Melee Weapon Attack: +13 to hit, reach 10ft., one target. Hit: 27 (4d8 + 9) piercing damage.
Talons: Melee Weapon Attack: +13 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 23 (4d6 + 9) slashing damage, and the target is grappled (escape DC 19).
Until this grapple ends, the target is restrained, and the roc can’t use its talons on another target.
What Is Roc
At first sight, a roc’s silhouette looks much like any other bird of prey.
As it descends, however, its unearthly size becomes terrifyingly clear.
In flight, a roc’s wingspan spreads two hundred feet or more. At rest, perched upon the mountain peaks that are its home, this monstrous bird rivals the oldest dragons in size.
Sky Titans: In the ancient days when giants battled dragons for control of the world, Annam, the father of the giant gods, created the roes so that his worshipers might challenge the dragons’ dominance of the air.
When the war ended, the roes were freed from giant domination and spread throughout the world.
Though cloud giants and storm giants sometimes tame these great birds, roes treat even giants as potential prey.
They fly great distances in search of food, soaring high above the clouds to reach their favored hunting grounds.
A roc seldom hunts swift or small creatures, and it ignores towns and forests where prey can easily take cover.
When it locates a large and slow-moving target such as a giant, a whale, or an elephant, a roc dives down to snatch its prey in its massive talons.
Remote and Alone: Roes are solitary creatures that can live for centuries.
They lair in nests made from trees, tents, broken ships, and the remains of caravans they carry off, placing these massive tangles in mountain clefts out of the reach of lesser creatures.
Sometimes a roc’s nest contains treasures from the caravans or ships they raid, but these creatures are heedless of such baubles.
More rarely, a nest holds eggs that are taller than a human, produced by the roes’ infrequent mating.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How Big Is A Roc 5e?
According to description, Rocs are the largest size classification in the 5e Monster Manual, Gargantuan, which describes a creature at least 20 foot by 20 foot or larger.
With a wingspan of around 200 feet, the roc definitely fits in that category.
2. How Far Can A Roc Fly?
The speed of roc fly is 20 feet, and it fly 120 feet range.
3. How Heavy Is A Roc?
Roc is a too much heavy in DND, basically its weight about 8,000 pounds.
4. How Many People Can Ride a Roc?
As per description, rocs personality (and size) ditates they will be most likely be alone in a fight, meaning they can be ganged up on by players, a level 8 party of 3+ players could handle one (played well).
Since it doesn’t make much sense to have a party fighting more than one difficulty can be introduced in other ways.
5. What Elements Is A Roc?
The elements of roc is “Wind” and their location is “Valley of Corrupted Gravity”.
6. How Tall Is A Roc?
These enormous creatures are 30 feet long from the beak to the base of the tail, with wingspans as wide as 80 feet.