Well, just one more sample after this – 10 more encounters to write and then lots of work on finishing up NOD 8.
3634. A band of wild men with bushy hair and the legs and horns of goats dwells in these wooded hills, harrassing travelers. The men collect ribbons or the hems of robes and tie them in their hair. The folk have a thorough knowledge of the area and, if given gifts of saki and ribbons, are happy to become guides (though their mercurial personalities keep them dangerous). At least twelve of them can summon a great earth tortoise whose shell, composed of hexagonal slabs of granite marked with runes, measures approximately 30 feet in diameter. The tortoise can swim through earth and stone, with passengers crawling down its tunnel of a throat into its gem encrusted belly. Should anyone be foolish enough to try to steal a gem, the tortoise will never allow them to leave, coughing up their shriveled corpses a few years after they have died.
| Wild Man: HD 6; AC 4 ; Atk 1 slam (1d4) or cudgel (1d6); Move 9; Save 11; CL/XP 8/800; Special: Summon earth tortoise, spells (confusion 1/day, transform 1/day), magic resistance (30%).
| Earth Tortoise: HD 12; AC 0 ; Atk 2 claws (2d6), bite (4d6); Move 9 (S12); Save 3; CL/XP 12/2000; Special: Immune to sleep and paralysis.
3 thoughts on “Mu-Pan – Encounter XXIV”
The thing I love about these is little bits of color: The men collect ribbons or the hems of robes and tie them in their hair.” Great stuff!
I am really quite enjoying these Mu-Pan encounter posts, very entertaining and inspirational!
Thanks! High praise indeed from the son of the Great Khan.
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