PCs can skin dead monsters for their pelts, meat, bones, claws, teeth, and any other parts, given the right tools1. It takes 1 turn per HD of the creature. To skin the animal, roll under your DEX on 1d20 (Ranger types can and their level to their DEX). Failure means the parts are ruined (either through your incompetence, or just through the damage taken during battle). Success means that you have the components listed under the creature’s Treasure Type2. Additionally, successfully skinning the creature means that you have a number of rations equal to the HD of the creature.