Re: Monster Creations and Conversions Discussion
Posted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 5:53 pm
Leprechauns are now posted in the Monsters 2015 thread. Please correct as needed to fit the standards.
I saw it, and I will run through the language usage that Solo likes and has become pretty much standard... mostly just reigning back on plural pronouns when singular will work. I won't judge the crunch at this time but others may give you some commentary to consider.AlMan wrote:Leprechauns are now posted in the Monsters 2015 thread. Please correct as needed to fit the standards.
Armor Class: 18
Hit Dice: 8**
No. of Attacks: 2 tusks/1 stomp or breath (steam [cloud])
Damage: 1d6/1d6/3d8 or breath
Movement: 30' Fly 60' (15')
No. Appearing: 1, Wild 1d4
Save As: Fighter: 8 (as Hit Dice)
Treasure Type: H
A monster of the savannahs and low hills of the south and east, the Dragophant is some foul mixture of dragon and elephant. Some legends speak of a vile experiment, others saying that some tribe angered the ancestors or gods. Where they came from matters little.
Though rare, these beasts often travel in small groups dominated by an alpha male. Agressive and fairly mean-spirited, they appear not to be as intelligent as a dragon, incapable of speech or spell, but cleverer than the typical dragon. Groups tend ot surround whoever the alpha is attacking and will not stop attacking until the foe is defeated.
Like their dragon bretheren, Dragophants often have treasures, adorning themselves haphazordously with shiny baubles and such.
Nice addition... port it over to the New Monster Thread.arcbolt21 wrote:Any questions of comments on the Dragophant?