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[D&D 4e] Monster Construction and Criticism Thread

Hexmage-PAHexmage-PA Registered User regular
edited February 2010 in Critical Failures
Post your homebrew monsters here for others to scrutinize!

SILENT INQUISITOR
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MEDUSALAMANDER
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ELADRIN NOVIERE OF WAVES AND TIDES
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GOLOTHOMA HUNGERER
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SERTROUS, PRINCE OF HERETICS
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  • TiamatZTiamatZ Ghost puns The Banette of my existenceRegistered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Oooh. Let me try...

    This was inspired by one of MtG creatures (from Ravnica specifically)

    Introducing: The Moroii

    Image:
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    Stats:
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    Tactics:
    The moroii tries to hide from any who would seek to harm it during the day. If it does get attacked, it uses it's Dizzy Spell to daze it's opponents, then seeks the least likely defended member of the party and use it's Psychic Drain on it. When it becomes bloodied, it spends an acton point to recharge it's powers with the Transmute Keyword and does the same tactic again. It saves it's dream leash power once he spots any target that looks like the party's best protector (usually a defender). It only uses it's claw attacks as a last resort. Once it bloodies an opponent, it will try to use it's Blood Drain power on him/her, aging it's victim by 10 years permanantly (could offer some interesting RP sessions). It only runs if it's hitpoints become less than 50.

    Flavour text:
    "Gold can be reearned, goods restored. The moroii steal youth, more precious than either, and once gone, it’s gone forever."
    —Berta Suszat, civic healer

    In Romanian folklore, the moroii is a type of living vampire. Unlike the dead or undead variety (called by the more generic term strigoi in Romanian), this breed of vampire drains people of youth and beauty as well as blood, and doesn't need to spend its daylight hours in tombs.

    Also Hexmage, you mind if we post some tactics on our creatures, to offer some hints/tips on how to play the monster?

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  • Hexmage-PAHexmage-PA Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    TiamatZ wrote: »
    Also Hexmage, you mind if we post some tactics on our creatures, to offer some hints/tips on how to play the monster?

    Not at all; in fact, I should add tactics for my creatures.

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