Phyrexian (3.5e Template)

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A creature corrupted by the glistening oil. The sentient phyrexians refer to the process as Compleation.

A Compleated Dragon

Creating a Phyrexian[edit]

Phyrexian is an inherited template that can be applied to any Animal, Humanoid, Monstrous Humanoid, Dragon, Magical Beast, Undead, or Construct

Size and Type[edit]

Type changes to Aberration, do not recalculate anything. The base creature gains the Augmented subtype.

Hit Dice[edit]

Hit Dice do not change.


As typical for base creature

Armor Class[edit]

A compleated creature gains a +2 natural armor bonus to AC


A phyrexian gains a claw attack as a secondary natural attack that deals 1d6 damage.

Full Attack[edit]

As typical for base creature

Special Attacks[edit]

Infection (Su): A creature hit by a Phyrexian's natural attacks must make a Fortitude save or be exposed to the glistening oil. A creature exposed to the oil must make a will save and fortitude save each day until it succeeds on two of each in a row. If it fails two saves of each type in a row, it gains the phyrexian template.

Special Qualities[edit]

As typical for base creature


+2 Int, -2 Cha


+4 intimidate, -4 diplomacy


No change


As typical for base creature


As typical for base creature

Challenge Rating[edit]

As base creature +1


As typical for base creature


Always Evil (Any type)


As typical for base creature

Level Adjustment[edit]


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