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Toagmadath (Fey)--Montporte Dungeon Campaign Critter

TOAGMADATH
Armor Class: 3 [16]
Hit Dice: 5
Attacks: 1 Bite (1d6); 2 Claws (1d4 each)
Saving Throw: 11
Special: Attack Bonus; Darkvision; Find the Path; Invisibility; Telepathy
Move: 7
Challenge Level/XP: 8/800

The toagmadath (singular and plural) is a fey giant badger. It is belongs to the Summer Court of the fey and typically lives in remote forests near the border of the Summer and Winter Courts. The toagmadath is a fierce guardian, attacking any encroaching Winter Court creatures. It usually lives alone in fortified tunnels, but there are some tunnel complexes where the badgers live in small communities. There is a small minority of toagmadath that are pacifists. They are allowed to quietly leave Umírající, the plane of the fey, for other lands. This is done so that other toagmadath are not influenced by their philosophy and beliefs.

COMBAT: The toagmadath are dangerous foes in combat and are excellent at small group tactics.

ATTACK BONUS: Toagmadath gain a +1 attack bonus for every toagmadath attacking a single opponent in the same round, up to four toagmadath (maximum +4 attack bonus). If one toagmadath attacks an opponent, it has a +1 bonus to its attack roll. If two toagmadath attack a single opponent, each gains a +2 bonus for each attack roll. Three toagmadath gain a +3 attack bonus.

DARKVISION: The toagmadath can see up to 60' in total darkness.

FIND THE PATH: The toagmadath can cast Find the Path once per week. It lasts 2 hours below ground and a full day above ground. The toagmadath must rest for 24 hours afterwards. During this rest period, it has a -2 penalty to attack and is not able to use its attack bonus.

INVISIBILITY: The toagmadath can make itself invisible once per day and this invisibility will last for up to 12 hours. It is negated by actions, such as attacking a foe or casting Find the Path.

TELEPATHY: The toagmadath can project simple thoughts into the minds of others up to 30' three times per day.

2 comments:

  1. Wait a minute. Wait just one minute. In a world of magic, it was a "mystery" as to how a badger could talk? *palm in face*

    ROFLMAO

    Nice "Fey" write-up.

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