[New Monster] Blue Monkey of Ajanay

Blue Monkey of Ajanay

Fellhorn grimaced at the gnome.

‘Don’t make them agitated,’ the druid growled.

The small illusionist frowned and carried on with his trowing of sticks.

Suddenly one of the strange blue monkeys grabbed an apple from the tree it was in and in a few seconds the apple seemed to glow a deep red. The monkey looked down and dropped the apple which landed directly in front of the gnome and exploded, sending the illusionist flying. Soon other monkeys gathered and stared down from the trees.

‘You idiot,’ the elf ranger said, ‘why don’t you ever listen to him?’

The gnome scowled as he rose, dusting himself off. He looked up at the leering primate faces and ran off into the nearby bushes.

Blue Monkey of Ajanay

No. Enc.: 1d6 (1d12+6)

Alignment: Neutral

Movement: 140′ (40′)

Armor Class: 6

Hit Dice: 2+2

Attacks: 1

Damage: 1d4 (bite or scratch) and see below

Save: F3

Morale: 8

Hoard Class: Nil

X.P.: 120

The Blue Monkeys of Ajanay are strange primates that live in temperate climes and rain forests. Looking like an average monkey except for their thick blue fur, which is probably a good warning to be on your toes around these creatures.

Of Low intelligence (6) these simple creatures prefer to be left alone, but if anything provokes these normally docile creatures (or gives them a good scare) they will reach for any fruit handy (any fruit, harvested or still on the tree, shrub or vine) and in one turn (ten seconds) the creature can energize the fruit and throw it with deadly accuracy (85% chance to hit). Upon striking a solid object this energized fruit detonates, causing 1d8+2 points of damage.

This makes it a wise idea to steer clear of the Blue Monkeys of Ajanay, or at least not get them excited.

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