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Illuminated Stink Crickets Horde, Tiny Jaw crushing (d6-2 damage) 3 HP 0 armor Near, Ignores Armor Special Qualities: Roll damage twice and take the better result, Vulnerability to magical attacks
These little vicious insects are very common in swamps. Their neon-green-glowing swarms are most active during dusk and dawn. They need the life energy of other creatures in order to lay their own eggs which can be found near the riverside. Instinct: to create an area of foul smelling gas
- Stink bomb!
- Life Force Drain (successful attack boosts its health)
- Swarm and restrict movement
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Trash Dragon Solitary, Huge, Intelligent, Hoarder Accidental trash avalanche (w[2d10] damage) 24 HP 3 armor Reach, Near, Far
The Hoarding Dragon, also referred to as the Trash Dragon takes it's kin's attraction to great piles of wealth to unhealthy, obsessive extremes. Where other Dragons will collect hoards of precious metals and jewels, the Hoarder Dragon is not so discerning. It will collect any rubbish, trash, or miscellany it finds. A Trash Dragon's hoard is often made up of worthless items and objects that It has picked up and simply cannot part with. It clings to these things, overstuffing it's lair to the point where it can barely move without causing avalanches of rubbish. Trash Dragons are seen as pitiable, pathetic creatures, but despite the trouble they cause, very few will seek out and kill them. While most of their hoard is worthless junk, there can sometimes be rare magical or valuable items in amongst the dross. Instinct: To hoard trash and mundane items to excess
- When you feel threatened or uneasy, recede into your hoard.
- When your hoard is threatened, make weak arguments as to why you need every single item.
- When they steal something, chase them, and beg for it back
- When they kill you, pass your compulsion to them.