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Alien creatures of aberrant origin, Vemeraks are true demons of the Darklands. While they are crude, aggressive, and unintelligent, they are also deeply religious, worshiping alien gods who have no place in the worlds of men. They are just as likely to eat you alive as they are to scatter your organs across a crude shrine. Their otherworldly composition makes them resilient to most forms of attack. Because of their ties to the earth, they are immune to acid, poison and electricity.
Vemeraks are covered with an alien fungus with magic draining properties. The fungus grants the Vemerak with spell resistance, and as it movies, creates a cloud of anti-magic. These creatures can spray a line of caustic stomach acid. This acid dissolves all organic matter in seconds, and then evaporates upon contact with air forming a cloud. Those who inhale this gas will be nauseated from the fumes.
The most devastating ability of a Vemerak stems from their tentacles.
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Larger and more ferocious than typical tigers, these predators are typically at the top of the food chain. Lightning fast, and possessing twelve inch fangs, they can unleash a terrifying charge, which can easily tear a fully armored knight to shreds.
Tigers will pounce on an opponent, then grapple them and rend them. They will then break off this tactic, and repeat.
A Dire Tiger pelt is a thing of glory. One pelt is worth 800gp and provides around 24 feet material.
These beings resemble gorillas with vulture wings. The resemblance ends there. Derhii are human level intelligence, and very reserved. They are known for their patients and cunning, however, when provoked, are a force of nature. The Ape King Ruthazek has recruited whole tribes of them as scouts, and should you see one, odds are the Ape King is not far away. They have booming voices, and can yell information up to twelve miles away, alerting all other Derhii in that range.
While flying, they can del
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Large aerial predators who hunt in the depth of the Mwangi Expanse. With a 30 foot wing span, they are more adept at gliding, then flying. In combat, they prefer to snatch foes, and bring them aloft. Once they have reached a great height, they will drop their prey and let gravity do the rest. If they cannot manage to snatch a foe, they will descend and fight on the ground with their lance like beak.
Try to keep your distance, and do your best to avoid their talons. If you cannot engage them at range, ready actions against them for when they swoop down. If you have been snatched, you have a round to either grab hold, or make preparations for a fall….
Larger than other Crocodiles, the Malawi are natives to the swamps and rivers of Mwangi Expanse. Most times they will use their natural camouflage to lay deadly ambushes and lunge in with their deadly jaws. Once they have gotten a bite, they will roll violently in the water
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Malicious fey who dwell in shallow waters, Kelpies delight in luring victims into open water, then drowning them. Much like a siren, a Kelpie will captivate its victim with its dazzling beauty. Once enamored, only the death of the Kelpie, or the victim will end the effect.
Water is a Kelpies home, and while in the submerged Kelpies are formidable foes. Strong willed individuals should help shield their more vulnerable friends. Should one be taken by a Kelpie, they will never be seen again.
Also known as the “Alicanto”, the Ercinee is an intelligent bird of radiant majesty. Its feathers naturally shine with a sun like glow, which can be seen at night with glaring clarity. Their wings naturally secrete oil which glows in contact with the air. As they fly, they leave a glowing path in their wake as drops of oil fall to the ground. While they naturally seek isolation, many humans groups will seek them out and worship them as su