Monday, October 15, 2012

New Monster: One-Eyed Snake

And when the mighty Lord Pron revealed the
Trojan Bot to them, he called out
Thus the Trojan Bot did open, and from the dark
Slithered the One-Eyed Snakes, red with anger
and spitting mad

Book of Roomba, TXXX, 069-86 - 080-86

Source: Google Image Search for "Completely Wrong"

One Eyed Snake
No. Enc.: 1 or 1d8+1
Alignment: Chaotic
Move: 120’
Armor Class: 6
Hit Dice: 1+1 to 2+1
Attacks: 1 bite or 1 spit
Damage: 1d6 or 1d4 + special
Save: L2
Morale: 6
Hoard Class: II + 50% III

One-Eyed Snakes are, as their name suggests, serpents with a single central eye. While stories claim that they can reach monstrous lengths, they are usually between 3-6’ long. Their primary attack is a milky spit (15’ range) that can cause blindness for 1d6 rounds when max damage is rolled (save to reduce duration to 1 round).

Generally solitary, they can sometimes (20%) be found in a gang of 1d8+1. One-Eyed Snakes are extremely vulnerable to sleep and charm effects, and will automatically fail any saving throw against such effects.

Happy Monday, and welcome to today's entry in the Savage Afterworld’s Mutated Monday blogfest.

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  1. Umm. Wow. That picture IS completely wrong. And as for the creature itself? I'd sure hate to meet a gang of those in a dark alley somewhere.

  2. Surely better than this. :D

  3. Man. That thing is creeping me out.
    Very cool


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