Abyssal Murderer (4e Paragon Path)
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|“||Do not speak to me of control, of discipline, regulation. I am the spawn of the most bloodthirsty creature in all of creation, I was born to end lives and I intend to do that||”|
|—Thryx, Gnoll Ranger, Fury of the Abyss|
Gnolls are the children of hyenas and the beast of butchery, Yeenoghu, and are known to be just as savage as their patron Deity. You are a knoll, someone who feels rage as a living, tangible force waiting to be released on everything within your sight. Though you struggle to maintain control, the beast inside wants release, and in combat you do just that. You are an Abyssal Murderer, a paragon of savagery and killing. Enemies quiver in fear when they meet your gaze, and stand immobile as you move in for the kill. You are an embodiment of murder, and may the Raven Queen have mercy on your next victim.
Abyssal Murderer Path Features
- Killers Action (11th Level): When you spend an action point to take an extra action that is used to attack, that attack does an additional 1d6 damage + your dexterity modifier.
- Murderous Motivation (11th Level): When you bloody a foe you gain a +2 to attack and damage rolls against it
- Locate by Scent (16th Level): When you target creatures you can ignore cover and concealment, but not superior cover or total concealment
|Killers Intent||Utility 12|
|Though grievously wounded, you use the bloodlust inside you to stay on your feet|
|Effect: you gain temporary hit points equal to your highest ability modifier|