Sewer Lion

Dec. 22nd, 2014 12:02 am
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Sewer Lion

This foul, diseased looking animal looks like a cross between a lion and a rat. With mangy, sore covered skin, a rat like tail, and the tattered remains of what might be a mane.

Sewer Lion CR 2

XP 600
N Medium Animal
Init +2 ; Senses Low light Vision, Scent ; Perception +1


AC 14, 12 touch, 12 flatfooted (+2 Dexterity, +2 Natural)
hp 39 (3d8+12)
Fort +7, Ref +5 Will +1
Immune: Disease

Defensive Abilities: Ferocity



Speed 30 ft, swim 20
Melee Bite +5 (1d6+3 + Disease), 2 claws +5 (1d4+3)

Space: 5 ft; Reach: 5 ft

Special attacks: Disease, Pounce


Str 16 , Dex 14, Con 18, Int 1, Wis 10, Cha 2
Base Atk +2; CMB +5; CMD +7 (+11 against trip)
Feats Endurance, Diehard
Skills Perception +1, Stealth +4 (+14 in Sewers); Racial Modifiers: +10 Stealth while in the Sewer



Filth Fever (Ex) Bite (Injury)Save DC 14, Onset 1d3 days, Frequency 1/day, effect 1d3 dex damage and 1d3 con damage, cure 2 consecutive saves.



Environment Sewers
Organization Solitary, pair or pride (2-8)
Treasure none


Considered by some to be a distant relative to the Goblin Dog, the Sewer Lion is a man sized rat like creature which superficially resembles a lion. They are frequent pests and are universally reviled, even more than Goblin Dogs.

Known for their bad tempers and petty, vindictive natures, Sewer Lions with continually hound anyone who draws near their territory, especially if they seem weak or vulnerable. However, they are naturally cowardly creatures, and will flee from obvious and overwhelming shows of power.

A Sewer Lion is 6 feet long and weighs 150 pounds.

Authors notes: Well, here we are. My first creation for this blog. It isn't much, but you gotta start somewhere right?

I decided to go simple for this one: A no thrills animal, pretty low level, basically an upgraded Goblin Dog. The actual context, well, people on will get it.

Anyways, not sure how many I will get done next week for Christmas, but will make an effort to make something good for the holiday season. Stay tuned!

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