‘Down the chimney?’ Chalk asked the peasant.
‘Yes, a strange old man, with three or four goblins with him, it was dark, I couldn’t tell how many. He wanted my daughter and my wife and I put up a fight and finally they left through a window, vowing to come back,’ the farmer replied.
The sorcerer looked over at the fighter, the thief and the priest of the Spider God.
‘It would be our good deed for the year,’ Valance noted.
No. Enc.: 1 (1d4)
Movement: 90′ (30′)
Armor Class: 6
Hit Dice: 3+4
Damage: 1d4 (bite) or 1d6+2 (spear)
Hoard Class: XVIII
These tall, thin dark creatures of the Fae realm resemble wizened old men, usually with long, tangled beards full of leaves and twigs, accompanied by 1d8 goblins that do the wota’s bidding. These creatures are rumored to enter homes through either an unlocked window or by climbing down a chimney, where they steal food and sometimes exchange a goblin whelp for a small child to take to the Fae realm to be raised there, wota do this to gain favor among more powerful Fae creatures. The Wota normally has 1d6 Illusionist spells of levels 1-5 at its disposal when encountered, cast as a 6th level Illusionist. Wota carry sharp spears of birch or oak which they use in combat.