Wednesday, July 4, 2012

[Monster] Nagon

NAGON

NO. ENCOUNTERED:1
SIZE:L
HD: 6 (d8)
MOVE: 40 ft
AC: 14
ATTACKS: 2 hoofs (1d8), 1 bite (1d8)
SPECIAL: Poison bite, Darkvision, +1 or better weapon to hit, Spell Immunity
SAVES:P
INT: Low
ALIGN:Chaotic Evil
TYPE:Magical Beast
TREASURE: 4
XP:480 +6/hp
The Nagon appears to have the body of a horse, but the neck and head is scaly and reptilian in nature of a humanoid with one large eye.  It has two large pointed ears and a small horn on it's forehead.  It has a tail with is similar to a cow's.
It attacks by rearing up on it's hind legs kicking with it's two front legs.  It also attacks with a bite from its mouth of sharp venomous teeth.  The sharp teeth do 1d8 damage on a successful attack and the victim will then need to make a successful Save vs CON or take poison damage.
The Nagon is not affected by attacks from non-magical weapons and requires a +1 or better magical weapon to do damage to it. 
It is believed by some scholars that this monster is some creation between a Naga and a Gorgon, hence it's name.
Poison Bite:  Make a save vs CON or be subject to Type 3 poison attack (per C&C rules for Venomous snakes).
Darkvision:  The Nagon can see perfectly in complete darkness up to 60'

Spell Immunity: This monster is immune to all spells, except for the 6th Level Cleric spell Blade Barrier and the 2nd Level Magic-User spell Web.

2 comments:

  1. Sure it has Darkvision, but how's it's depth perception?

    Oh, and what's the font in your banner? It's cool.

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  2. The Nagon doesn't have any ranged attacks, so I doubt depth perception would be a factor. Given that this is a fantasy game monster and a magical beast at that, you can hand wave real world notions of having one eye. The font is called Seven Swordsmen. How cool is that? :)

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