[New Monster] Lebas



Why did it suddenly get so dark?” Valance asked as he contemplated summoning a few of the larger variety of spiders to scout around the camp.

And the chill breeze isn’t helping at all!” Koram added.

The darkness engulfed the camp of the adventurers and they could hear the heavy thudding of footsteps. Suddenly, probably because they could contain themselves no longer, the orcs attacked, laughing vilely.

Orcs!” yelled Nudge. “With some strange beast that is causing this darkness!”

Chalk threw a couple of spells into the darkness and smiled as the orcs yipped and hollered in pain.

Good thing we brought a gnome with us!” Valance said, and suddenly caught himself. “Wait, did I just say that?”

I’ll remember that!” snapped Nudge cryptically.


No. Enc.: 1 (1d4)

Alignment: Neutral

Movement: 90′ (30′)

Armor Class: 5

Hit Dice: 8

Attacks: 1

Damage: 1d8 (bite or gore)

Save: F8

Morale: 9

Hoard Class: X, VI

X.P.: 1500

Ponderous and dull-witted, the lebas is, nonetheless, a valuable creature to many a dungeon delver and evil creature. These creatures are about the size of an ox with thick, dark shaggy fur. These beasts have a redeeming quality though: a lebas can naturally produce a deep darkness within a 40′ radius of itself, a darkness only those with the ability to see in darkness can overcome. With the proper training a lebas may be trained to allow up to three individuals to be immune to this ability, all others are -3 to hit in combat when this ability is on. Orcs, goblins and other despicable types use these creatures to sneak around farms and other rural settings while evil champions often ride a lebas into battle confidently.

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