Darkborn Thrall (4e Creature)

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Dominated by one of the Darkborn, these are remnants of humanoid souls, twisted and mutilated in body and mind until only a shadow of their former selves existed- all the rest embodies the corruption of the Darkborn.

Note from the Creator: I understand how overpowered this creature is for a 1st level minion. However, my intention is that this creature can still be incredibly useful down the line in my campaign. I upped the XP rate because I felt it might be a little too good.

Darkborn Thrall[edit]

Darkborn Thrall
Level 1 Minion
Medium Shadow Humanoid
XP 50
Initiative +0 Senses Perception +0; Darkvision
HP 1; A missed attack never damages a minion.; Bloodied N/A
AC 16; Fortitude 11, Reflex 11, Will 7; See also "Power of the Master"
Speed 5
Basicmelee.png Crude Short Sword ♦ At Will
Effect: +4 vs. AC; 1d6 Damage.
Melee.png Surge LeechD6 (4).pngD6 (5).pngD6 (6).png
Effect: +2 vs. Fortitude; Target loses a healing surge and gains no hitpoints. If a Darkborn controller creature is commanding this Darkborn Thrall, one of their powers recharge or they gain 1/4 of their hitpoints back. Alternatively, the thrall can resist up to 5 damage from the next attack that hits them.
Power of the Master
Effect: If a Darkborn controller creature is commanding this Darkborn Thrall, this Darkborn Thrall is assumed to have the wisdom modifier of that controlling Darkborn.
Skills
Str 16 (+3) Dex 17 (+3) Wis 6 (-2)(See "Power of the Master.")
Con 15 (+2) Int 8 (-1) Cha 10 (0)
Alignment Evil Languages None.
Equipment Crude Short Sword, Hide Armor
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Darkborn Thrall Tactics[edit]

Darkborn Thralls are generally totally dominated by some other Darkborn controller, but do not suffer the "Dominated" condition, as they have been changed into another being, not simply overcome by the mind of a powerful magic user. It is therefore that in this case the tactics of the Darkborn controller will be the tactics of the Thralls.

However, when there is not a controller leading a group of thralls, A darkborn thrall will behave rashly; they'll charge the first enemy that they see and then fight to the death. Use the "Surge Leech" power when they have been targeted by an attack that missed.

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