They breed and train captured apes who they use as shock troops. Each clan might have a herd of 100 or more of these apes - or yuthada vaanara as they are known - and they are typically allowed to roam free around the clan's territory to scare away intruders. When the time comes for a raid, the clan gather up as many adult males as they can using special calls and whistles (each clan has a different variant) and lead them to the attack.
Yuthada vaanara are fearsome in battle. They target the eyes, jaws, and hands, and typically horribly disfigure those they leave alive. They have dark green fur which camouflages them well in the undergrowth, and they move with alarming speed.
Armour Class: 5
Hit Dice: 2+1*
Move: 180' (60')
Attacks: 1 bite/2 fists
No. Appearing: 2d8
Save As: F2
Special: In forests, ranged attacks against a yuthada vaanara are at -2 due to their speed and camouflage. If the bite attack does the maximum damage (8), it randomly removes the left eye, right eye, left hand, or right hand (roll a d4 to determine).