Winged (3.5e Template)
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 Winged (3.5e Template)
 Winged Creature
Winged creatures are flying creatures that generally prefer to live in mountainous and heavily forested regions. They can possess feathered, leathery, or even insectile wings. The appearance of the wing is not necessarily indicative of the character's alignment, sophistication, or attitude.
A winged creature looks like a normal representative of the base creature, with the exception of a pair of wings upon their back. Intelligent winged beings may be primitive, nomadic, or as sophisticated as elves. Winged beings, if they possess the power of language, speak the languages of their base creatures, plus Auran.
 Creating a Winged Creature
'Winged' is an inherited template that can be applied to any animal, humanoid, giant, monstrous humanoid, or vermin (hereafter referred to as the base creature) that does not already have a flight speed. Such a creature possesses all the base creature’s statistics except as noted here.
 Size and Type
Monstrous humanoids and giants do not change their types. Animals and vermin become magical beasts, while humanoids, in turn, become monstrous humanoids.
A winged creature gains a flight speed equal to its land speed plus 20 feet. Maneuverability is based upon the winged creature’s Dexterity Score, as follows:
- Perfect (17 Dexterity or higher)
- Good (15 Dexterity)
- Average (11 Dexterity)
- Poor (7 Dexterity)
- Clumsy (6 Dexterity or lower)
The base creature gains a +4 bonus to Dexterity and a +2 bonus to Wisdom.
Any Mountainous or Heavily Forested Regions.
 Challenge Rating
Same as base creature's CR +1.
 Level Adjustment