The idea for today's post came to me this morning. Then it hit me, I've already done a J is for Jackelope post. However, that was for a different system and two years ago, so I think it's okay to do a different jackelope post.
Jackelope are extremely rare horned rabbits that are mysteriously tied to fate and luck. It's said that just seeing one is a powerful omen of things to come. Their horns are said to sap the luck from a person. Despite this, it is said that there's a ritual known for turning jackelope feet into good luck tokens.
Jackelope: Init +5; Atk gore +1 melee (dmg 1d2+1 point of luck damage); AC 16 (leather); HD 1d8+1; MV 40’; Act 1d20; SP luck drain; SV Fort +0, Ref +5, Will +0; AL Neutral
Any creature hit by the jackelope's gore attack loses 1 point of luck. This loss of luck lasts until the jackelope is killed. The tokens created from jackelope feet provide the bearer with one extra point of luck. If the luck from the token is spent, the foot crumbles.