Sigilon (3.5e Template)

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Sigilon[edit]

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The Sigilon is a creature that has been blessed, from birth or otherwise, with mystical symbols scattered across their skin.

Any creature with this template has mystical sigils across their skin, glowing with energy (differing in colour from creature to creature.) They tend to be harder to kill, but due to their appearance and superstition in other people, they are often blunt and avoided.

Creating a Name Sigilon[edit]

Sigilon's can be born, or made. Any creature with intact skin/hide (referred to hereafter as the base creature) can become a Sigilon.

Size and Type[edit]

No size or type changes are applied to the base creature.

Hit Dice[edit]

The Sigilon's HD stay the same as the base creature.

Speed[edit]

The Sigilon's movement speeds and types stay the same as the base creature.

Armor Class[edit]

The Sigilon will gain a Natural Armor of 2, stacking with any existing Natural Armor. Due to the mystic symbols' influences, their skin is tougher than the base creature.

Attack[edit]

The Sigilon will neither lose nor gain any natural weapons or modes of attack.

Special Attacks[edit]

The Sigilon has the same Special Attacks as the base creature.

Special Qualities[edit]

The Sigilon will neither lose nor gain any Special Qualities.

Abilities[edit]

+4 Dex, -2 Wisdom, -4 Charisma

Skills[edit]

The Sigilon has no racial skill modifiers.

Feats[edit]

The Sigilon receives no bonus feats.

Environment[edit]

Same as the base creature.

Challenge Rating[edit]

+1 Challenge Rating

Treasure[edit]

Same as the base creature.

Alignment[edit]

Tending more towards Chaotic, but otherwise the same as the base creature.

Level Adjustment[edit]

LA +1



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