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Since people can't seem to understand this...."how can a pokemon be used as creatures for your custom world?"
I went a head and picked a random creature card, and designed one based on the picture and what it says. I came up with a new monster. Of course you can change the picture to make it look a little more interesting, but I just used the card and put it down. This notion of Pokemon for creatures is not my idea, Chrispy originally came up with this idea. So he get's full credit for it. I just rolled with it.
Tepig FREQUENCY: Uncommon NO. APPEARING: 6-18 SIZE: Small MOVE: 30ft ARMOUR CLASS: 6 HIT DICE: 2 ATTACKS: 1 (tackle/rollout) DAMAGE: 1d4/1d6 SPECIAL ATTACKS: None SPECIAL DEFENCES: None MAGIC RESISTANCE: Standard/None LAIR PROBABILITY: 10% TREASURE: Nil INTELLIGENCE: Low ALIGNMENT: Neutral
Tepig are normally found, in groups of 6 or more, roaming around very dense forest areas looking for grass and flowers to eat. Tepig do not show any sign of hierarchy in their group as they seem to just eat and move on. Though the group is very loyal to one another, protecting each other if threatened in anyway.
Tepig will not attack, unless provoked. If attacked, Tepigs will attempt to warn their foe with a tackle, by taking its foe off its feet, doing 1d4 points of damage. If its foe continues its attack, the Tepig becomes more aggressive by using its rollout attack. The roll out attack is similar to the tackle, except that it does 1d6 points of damage as the creature rolls out of the tackle using its claws.
A couple of days ago, I took look at a really cool tool for a DM by Nerzagul called, "The Dungeon Master Toolkit". Feel free to go take a look that before reading this, don't worry I will wait. Done? Good! Well today is a follow up, as I found out Nerzugal released a new toolkit on RPGNOW, now named the GAME MASTER TOOLKIT and he's released this new one under the OGL version 1.0a.
Today I am going to take a look at a great resource for DM’s, Nerzugal’s Dungeon Master Toolkit. I’m sure quite a few people already know about this product – Heck it’s a Platinum Best Seller on the DM’s Guild site – but it’s PACKED with 100 pages of juicy goodness for Dungeon Masters of new and old to get something useful out of it.