Basic Fantasy Field Guide 1

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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Tue Aug 21, 2012 9:29 pm

MedievalMan wrote:Need any of my monsters? I think I posted them all.
I will be pulling from several places... yours too. :D
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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Wed Aug 22, 2012 2:50 pm

Here is one if you are interested.. I needed undead for a lower leve dungeon and vampires themselves were just too powerful.. so I made vampire spawn using the d20 to BFRPG conversion tool..

Vampire Spawn
Armor Class: 15
Hit Dice: 4*
No. of Attacks: 1 Slam + special
Damage: 1d6 + 4
Movement: 30'
No. Appearing: Wild 1d2/Lair 1d3
Save As: F4
Morale: 9
Treasure: B
XP: 280

Vampire spawn are undead creatures that come into being when vampires slay mortals. Like their creators, spawn remain bound to their coffins and to the soil of their graves. Vampire spawn appear much as they did in life, although their features are often hardened, with a predatory look.

Vampire spawn use their inhuman strength when engaging mortals, hammering their foes with powerful blows and dashing them against rocks or walls. If they make a critical attack on their foe they will bite and drain the blood of their victim. The bite does 1d3 damage and if the victim doesn't save vs Death Ray they gain a negative level. The vampire then gains 1d6 hit points back.

Like true vampires, vampire spawn are unharmed by non-magical weapons are immune to sleep, charm and hold spells. However unlike their creator, they can be slain when their hit points are brought to 0.
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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Wed Aug 22, 2012 5:28 pm

I will work it in!
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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Wed Aug 22, 2012 5:38 pm

I wrote up my own version of vampire spawn that is virtually identical to Dymondy's. The only real difference was that they appeared in larger numbers like 1d6 wild and 1d8 lair. Other than that I like what you have done Dymondy.

Also Smoot do you need any more monsters?
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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:04 pm

HAHAHA!

My vamp spawn are almost the same as well, the only appreciable difference is:
Bite: Whenever a vampire spawn hits with a both claw attacks, it may follow up with a bite. If the bite hits the vampire spawn deals 1d4 points of damage and the victim most make a saving throw vs. Death Rays or suffer one level of energy drain, an the vampire spawn regains hit points equal to twice the damage dealt with the bite.

No. Appearing: Wild 1d3, City 1d2, Lair 2d12 + 1d3-1 Vampires
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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:11 pm

Any chance this will be a POD supplement? Or at the very least, print ready? ;)

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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:12 pm

I will make it an amalgamation then.
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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:12 pm

Omote wrote:Any chance this will be a POD supplement? Or at the very least, print ready? ;)

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Yes, eventually.
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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:14 pm

It's always "eventually." KAHHHHHNNNNN!

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Re: BFRPG Field Guide (monsters)

Post Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:15 pm

Omote wrote:It's always "eventually." KAHHHHHNNNNN!

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nice Star Trek reference!!

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