[New Monster] She of Three-Hundred Cats

She of Three-Hundred Cats

‘More spiders!’ Chalk yelled to his own amazement.

‘I’m summoning as fast as I can!’ Valance shrieked back.

‘This isn’t going to end well, we will regret this,’ Navnen said ominously. Koram nodded at the thief’s dire words.

The giant spiders finally overwhelmed the mad woman and she fell, clawing and screaming into a strange portal that opened up in the ground, her cats scattering in all directions, chased by Valance’s spiders.

‘We are free of that for now,’ Chalk said in relief as he patted Valance on the shoulder. ‘ And we could not have done it without you.’

‘Now we just find a way to keep her away. Nobody naturally falls in battle like that,’ the priest of the Spider God said as he pointed at the ground as the hole sealed itself up,

She of Three-Hundred Cats

No. Enc.: 1 (hopefully Unique)

Alignment: Chaotic

Movement: 120′ (40′)

Armor Class: 4

Hit Dice: 8+4 (She) 4 HP (each cat)

Attacks: 1

Damage: 1d6+2 (claw or bite/She or cats per group)

Save: F10

Morale: 8

Hoard Class: XIV

X.P.: 2400

A strange encounter to be sure, She of Three-Hundred Cats is a woman that was cursed ages ago to wander the world with her cats in tow. While malicious and followed by hundreds of bloodthirsty felines (whose exact numbers actually fluctuate a bit by a few dozen) it is possible tor eason with this vengeful entity. Fluent in many languages and capable of casting any Cleric, Druid or Illusionist spell of levels 1-3 up to three times per day, this woman is a force to be reckoned with. Luckily only so many cats can attack a person at once and the cats will flee of the fight turns against their side, scattering to the winds. If the woman is defeated she will be banished to Avernus for one year and then she will come back screaming for vengeance. If this happens I’d find a Limited Wish or Wish spell to keep her at bay or come up with a really good way to appease her and her cat followers.

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