BoL Bestiary: U’uurab

Wherein your humble scribe, working on a request and from a certain source for inspiration, presents a new challenge for your BoL characters: the dreaded U’uurab.

These goat-headed humanoids seethe with hatred for civilization and order. They often worship disease spirits and seek to sow chaos and hatred in the world. U’uurab are found in nearly every environment and are the bane of humans wherever they are found.

Immune to all diseases themselves, U’uurab commonly used infected weapons in combat and have been known to infect treasure with various diseases in the hopes of it being found and the disease thereby spread among humanity.

Essences
Lifeblood: 13
Arcane Power: 10
Villain Points: 1

Attributes
Strength 3
Agility 1
Mind 1
Appeal -1

Combat Abilities
Brawl 2
Melee 2
Ranged -1
Defense 1

Careers
Barbarian 2
Tracker 2
Magician 0
Druid 0

Boons
Disease Immunity
Poison Immunity
Thick Skin

Protection
1d6 (tough hide plus light armor & shield)

Attacks
Spear, 1d6+3
Club, 1d6+2
Headbutt, 1d3+3

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0 thoughts on “BoL Bestiary: U’uurab

  1. bat

    Absolutely AWESOME! Thank you!
    Say, are you part of the North Texas Rpg Con-thingie or is that too far away?

    1. the venomous pao

      Glad it’s up to snuff for you, bat!

      Though it’s not really “too far” away (220 miles or so), I haven’t actually gone to any of them yet. Last year I was way too broke and this year I was way too busy. Maybe next year will be the baby bear and I can be goldilocks 🙂

      Oh, and curiosity demands that I ask why you’re asking 🙂

      1. bat

        Well, I joined the group for the convention on Facebook and I will try to attend next year.
        And I am up in the sticks in Idaho.

        1. the venomous pao

          Ah. I knew not of this facebook group existence. I’ll have to hunt for it. With any luck we’ll both get to be there next year, amigo. It’s unlikely El Gobo will make it from the Southern Hemisphere, but that would be mighty cool if he could join us!

          Ah, the sticks. I’ve heard of such things, but I’m not really familiar with them. Austin is the smallest place I’ve ever lived, after all 🙂