Note: This creature was originally published in the Monster Manual.
A tree-nymph in the shape of a beautiful woman. She has green skin and leaves for hair.
|ST: 10||HP: 10||Speed: 5.25|
|DX: 10||Will: 10||Move: 5|
|IQ: 10||Per: 10||Weight: 125 lbs.|
|HT: 11||FP: 11||SM: 0|
|Dodge: 8||Parry: n/a||DR: 2|
Mind Control: Quick Contest of the dryad's IQ (10) vs. the victim's Will. The dryad is at -1 to her contest for every yard she is away from her victim, and for every victim she already has under her control. If she wins, she will take control of the victim's mind and have him merge with her tree. The victim gets an HT roll to resist once he is at her tree, and the tree will take 5 seconds to absorb him. Once in the tree, he will stay there for 1d years, at which time he will come out unharmed and unaged.
Traits: Appearance (Transcendant; Universal); Chameleon 5 (Only to hide as tree); Charisma 5; Dependency (Mana; Very Common; Constantly); Dependency (Personal tree within 300 yards; Unique; Constantly); Mind Control; Sense of Duty (Nature).
Skills: Stealth-12 (22 to pretend she's part of her tree).
Combat Effectiveness Rating: 1 (OR 10 and PR -37).
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