Soulbound Champion (5e Creature)
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Large elemental, neutral
Skills Perception +7
Might of the Master.
The soulbound champion gains a bonus to its skill bonuses and the bonuses to hit and the damage roll of its attacks equal to its summoner's proficiency bonus. Additionally, it can use Rejuvenate a number of times per day equal to its summoner's proficiency bonus.
Claws Melee Weapon Attack: +7 to hit, reach 10 ft., one target. Hit: 8 (1d10 + 3) damage. The damage type is determined by the element the soulbound mannikin is imbued with.
Horns Charge The Soulbound Champion charges up to its remaining movement in a line, dealing 6 (1d6 + 3) bludgeoning damage to all creatures it passes through, ending in an unoccupied space. Creatures hit must also succeed a strength saving throw (DC 12 + its Strength modifier), or be knocked prone.
Rejuvenate The soulbound champion regains a number of missing hit points equal to 2d8 + its constitution modifier.
An elemental with a large, imposing, almost bestial stature, it is a far cry from its weaker brethren, the Soulbound Mannikin. As if in testament to its growth, they average some few inches over 9 feet tall, with bodies well built, leathery skin tight over muscle, energy pulsing just underneath like veins, filling the creature with the energy of the element it is imbued with. Similar to its smaller kin, the Soulbound Champion have two-digit hands and feet, ended with sharp claws that surpass the knives and blades of your typical cutthroats both in size and ferocity. Additionally, they maintain their mask, a voluminous mane of furs and feathers that bristle out in all directions behind the mask, hair muddled in the mix as it smoulders like ash, or bristles like stalactites, reflecting its imbued power—now growing in a thick streak down their backs, and sprouting out from behind like a tail. Through the thick of hair, fur and decor, large horns push out from their heads, curving up and climbing higher into the air, adding all the more to their fearful image and imposing size.
Their bodies pulse and shift with the flow of the natural energies that gave life to them under ivory silks of a robe wrapped over one broad shoulder and around their waist, every inch of their skin crackling with chaotic elemental energies, every hair pricked to attention, ready to serve.