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Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 6:46 am
by teaman
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FELISIAN
Armor Class: 16
Hit Dice: 3
No. of Attacks: 3 claw/claw/bite or 1 weapon
Damage: 1d4/1d4/1d4 or by weapon
Movement: 50’
No. Appearing: 1d6, Wild 1d6, Lair 3d10
Save As: Fighter: 3
Morale: 9
Treasure Type: J
XP: 145

Felisians are humanoid cat-people. They are slightly shorter than an average human, and are more slender. Their coloration can be that of any wild or domesticated cat. They are intelligent, lithe, and cunning. They wear leather clothing and armor which does not interfere with their movement.

Felisians live in villages and sometimes trade with other races. Their culture is not monolithic. Some tribes are quite open to outsiders, while others see them as prey. Some tribes work as mercenaries, relishing the thrill of the hunt.

In combat, felisians surprise on a roll of 1-4 on a d6. Though they will use weapons such as bows and short swords, they prefer to deliver the killing blow with their own claws.

Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 10:10 am
by chiisu81
Very nice 8-) will give it a bit longer before working on next release

Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 1:14 pm
by SmootRK
They are slightly shorter than an average human, and are slenderer.

This ought to be:
A Felisian is usually slightly shorter and more slender than the average human.

Is "slenderer" an actual word? :lol:
Also, we usually go for singular subjects and avoid "they" "their".

Otherwise, I like a cat race folk. :D

Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 4:07 pm
by teaman
SmootRK wrote:
Thu Jan 02, 2020 1:14 pm
They are slightly shorter than an average human, and are slenderer.

This ought to be:
A Felisian is usually slightly shorter and more slender than the average human.

Is "slenderer" an actual word? :lol:
Also, we usually go for singular subjects and avoid "they" "their".

Otherwise, I like a cat race folk. :D
My spell check didn't like more slender (though I do). Thanks for taking a look, I'll edit it a little.

Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 4:09 pm
by teaman
chiisu81 wrote:
Thu Jan 02, 2020 10:10 am
Very nice 8-) will give it a bit longer before working on next release
Thanks Chiisu!

Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 6:21 pm
by teaman
Neat new undead. Has some bite without level drains.

Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 12:20 pm
by chiisu81
I've moved karnypharax's entry to the Monster Creations thread. With a little more feedback and work it can go into FG3.
We've been a little fast and loose on this thread; for those new to the forums please post monster entries to that thread, rather than here. John, and others with more BFRPG experience under their belt, can continue posting here.

Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:52 pm
by chiisu81
r14 uploaded. Added John's recent entries and artwork, along with Solo's Trollkin and Trollwife.
https://www.basicfantasy.org/showcase.cgi?sid=172

Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 5:52 pm
by teaman
chiisu81 wrote:
Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:52 pm
r14 uploaded. Added John's recent entries and artwork, along with Solo's Trollkin and Trollwife.
https://www.basicfantasy.org/showcase.cgi?sid=172
Wooooooo!!!!!! Thanks for all the hard work!

Re: Basic Fantasy Field Guide Volume 3

Posted: Fri Jan 31, 2020 9:24 pm
by chiisu81
From Al's The Search of Grimfall:

Temple Cat (Gremilkin)
Armor Class: 7
Hit Dice: 2
No. of Attacks: 1 bite + 2 scratches
Damage: 1d4/1d4/1d4
Movement: 40'
No. Appearing: 1d4
Save As: Fighter: 2
Morale: 7
Treasure Type: None
XP: 45

A temple cat is an extra-large cat found in and
around temples and churches, kept mostly to hunt
mice and other vermin. Many times the priests,
sisters, or Clerics will give the cat an extra treat so it
tends to be fatter than other cats and not as
eager to hunt rodents.

A temple cat can leap straight up about 6 feet to
be able to get to a higher point where it can
watch the area and then pounce on its prey or
leap on unsuspecting temple attendants. A temple
cat will not willingly enter combat with anything
larger than a rabbit unless its young are
threatened. If attacked a temple cat will try to
scratch or claw the attacker’s legs, bite, and then
run away.