Dune Snake Solitary, Huge, Devious
moisture siphoning (d8+3 damage) 24 HP 2 armor
Reach, Ignores Armor

Unlike the violent and hungry sand worm, the dune snake is quite intelligent, and has a soft fondness for salamanders which it identifies as tiny kin, not entirely dissimilar to how a particularly sentimental dragon might regard a kobold. For less reptilian adventurers, however, the dune snake proves quite a threat, thanks to its ability to absorb moisture from its surroundings including nearby living things. The ecology of the desert survives this only due to the snake's constant migratory behaviour, as it moves from oasis to oasis, draining them dry and leaving husks of flora and dessicated fauna in their wake. Instinct: To draw moisture from anything nearby

  • Arch above the sands on its endless migrations
  • Leave hapless adventurers dehydrated in the sands
  • Defend salamanders as kin
Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 This monster has been edited. Its probably still cool, but its stats may not line up with standard monsters.

Created by: Swift