[New Monster] Sovorsi


‘He’s not the swiftest of things we have come across, but the ability to carry us over ravines and chasms really is worth the price of the charm.’

attributed to an adventurer that got a little too used to the sovorsi before it wandered off into the night and left the party to struggle for their lives to get back home.


No. Enc.: 1 (1d4)

Alignment: Neutral

Movement: 90’ (30’)

Fly: 90′ (30′)

Armor Class: 4

Hit Dice: 6

Attacks: 1

Damage: 1d6+2 (claw or bite)

Save: F6

Morale: 8

Hoard Class: XIV

XP 425

Sovorsi are also known as ‘least genies’, being placed below the jann even in the hierarchy of genie-kind. These creatures are not very bright and very slow and clumsy flyers, yet they are extremely loyal for the time they serve their master (typically 1d4 days). The sovorsi do not grant wishes and have limited magical power, yet they can be a great boon for a short time, including having the ability to carry up to 300lbs, even while flying, after which they wander off on some other adventure, usually by being distracted. These creatures are sometimes bound to a charm or talisman, which will grant limited control over the creature. In appearance the sovorsi appear as bugbear sized humanoids with greenish or grayish rubbery skin and most often a sympathetic or helpful look on their faces. These creatures are very simpleminded and take things literally and have their feelings hurt easily as well. The sovorsi may use the following spell-like abilities:

Three times per day: Detect Magic, Enlarge, Mending

Two times per day: Pyrotechnics, Control Winds, Dimension Door

Once per day: Transmute Rock to Mud, Stone to Flesh (and the reverses of these)

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