Quivler (5e Creature)
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Small beast, chaotic good
Magic Pouch The Quivler can fit up to 120 cubic feet of material inside it's pouch
Action Name. Melee Weapon Attack: +X to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: X (1dX + X) damtype damage.
The quivler, alternatively called a horde-hog, is a small, pangolin like creature with an insatiable urge to collect things. It is about the size of a ferret and has a magical pouch on its stomach, which acts as a bag of holding that it is attuned to. Where a pangolin would have scales, the quivler has short, bristly, brown and white patterned fur. It will attempt to steal anything it deems interesting, and will frequently wander off; a domesticated quivler, however, will show what it's taken to its owner, and steal certain objects if commanded. Quivlers are used by many master thieves to help them commit their crimes. They are native to the South Casanovan region of Beachblush (5e Environment).