Summon Cockatrice (4e Power)
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Is said to be about half a foot in length; he does not creep like other serpents, but goes half upright, and that all other serpents avoid him, for which reason he is called king serpents. Some are of opinion that this animal is brought forth of an old cock's egg, which is generated of the putrified seed of an old cock, and sat upon by a snake or toad; others are of opinion that the cock that lays the egg, sits upon it, and hatches it himself.
It is also said that the eyes of the cockatrice are red. Its poison so strong that it is incurable, and so infectious as to kill by touch, sight or hissing. But little credit can be given to all that is said of the cockatrice, and its existence is much to be doubted.
- A History of the Earth and Animated Nature, By Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon
|Summon Cockatrice||Wizard Attack 5|
|You summon a scrawny, half-serpent half-cockerel which squawks and flurries amidst your foes causing much disruption.|
|Daily Arcane, Implement, Summoning|
|Minor Action||Ranged 10|
|Effect: You summon a Small cockatrice in an unoccupied square within range.|