Talk:The Sleepwalker (3.5e Creature)
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Not an outsider, but an undead. Outsiders are actually composed of the essence of their native planes. This is just a ritually created spirit.
Also, I have no idea why two scores are listed for each ability.
That isn't 2 ability scores, it's the ability score then the subsequent modifier. Otherwise I agree. It should be undead, not an outsider. Incorporeal creatures shouldn't have a constitution score. The ability to shift between corporeality and incorporeality is pointless all it does is throw away the advantage of being very difficult to hit.
Scry isn't a skill. Intuit direction is a part of survival checks. If it can disable its targets, there's no point in the dagger being keen. --Oddplume 22:17, 13 February 2009 (MST)