[New Monster] Bridge Daemon

Bridge Daemon (Vorolax)

‘How many goblins did we bring?’ Stork asked Vistis.

The illusionist turned and looked at the cage on the back of the giant lizard.

‘Six, it appears,’ he answered.

‘Bring them, please,’ the sorcerer said.

Vistis wrestled the half dozen squirming and spitting goblins.

‘Now you work for him,’ Stork said, pointing a thumb at the eight foot tall shaggy creature with lizard like eyes.

One of the goblins fainted on the spot.

‘And we get a bridge over the Jangle River,’ the sorcerer added.

Bridge Daemon (Vorolax)

No. Enc.: 1 (1d3)

Alignment: Neutral (Chaotic tendencies)

Movement: 120’ (40’)

Armor Class: 3

Hit Dice: 6

Attacks: 1

Damage: 1d6+2 (bite or claw)

Save: F6

Morale: 10

Hoard Class: XXII

XP 525

The bridge daemon, or vorolax, is a breed of earthbound daemons that lurk near rivers, chasms and other spans. Instead of attacking adventurers and explorers the vorolax are more apt to make a deal with such intrepid souls, offering to bridge the gap over swift water or deep chasms and crevices. For a price. These ogre-sized creatures, covered in fur, but with a reptilian look about them, are consummate bridge merchants, with a plethora of spells at hand to make a sturdy bridge across any expanse above or below ground.

At will vorolax may cast: Haste, Lower Water, Move Earth, Stone Shape, Transmute Rock to Mud (and the reverse).

Twice per day a vorolax may cast: Conjure Elemental, Maze, Polymorph any Object and Stone to Flesh (and Reverse)

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2 Responses to [New Monster] Bridge Daemon

  1. James Pacek says:

    Really like this one. Thanks!

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