1 A PC can climb and swim under normal conditions without having to make a check; however, strenuous conditions may require that they pass an Athletics check. Each foot of movement during such a check costs an extra foot of movement, or an extra 2 feet if it is considered difficult terrain.
The hollyphant appeared in second edition for the Planescape setting in Planescape Monstrous Compendium Appendix II (1995). In a review of Planescape Monstrous Compendium Appendix II for Arcane magazine, the reviewer described hollyphants as "mutant killer elephants with wings" and felt that they were introduced to "ensure that the planes maintain their very necessary bizarre flavour". Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition races. From 1d4chan ... for monster races to have most of their stats printed in one book while their LEs or ... Hollyphant Small ...
To briefly go into the 5e Hollyphant. ... along with the ability to shapechange and gain the stats of a Golden Furred Mammoth with Wings. ... Dungeons & Dragons ... Exemplars—the true expression and rulers of the outer planes. First of all, the archdukes of Hell are devils, and the demon lords and princes are, as the name suggests, demons. This makes them the exemplars of their alignment (LE for devils, CE for demons), and of the outer plane of that alignment.
Upon reading the stat block for the Hollyphant I am left wondering about Lulu's abilities other than the spell casting. The Aura of Invulnerability feels a little strong to leave active at least in the beginning.