Bestiary (Shinobi World Supplement)
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Strange, Yet Familiar
Many of the monsters in the Shinobi World are larger or modified versions of animals in our own world. All traditional 5e miscellaneous creatures are available as well. When creating any creature, humanoid, beast or otherwise, use this preload. As a rule of thumb, all creatures that can speak a language can create clones of themselves for 2+ chakra that have 5 hit points and an equal amount of chakra points as chakra points spent and walk on vertical and liquid surfaces so long as they have chakra.
Other Non-NPC Creatures
|Earth Prison Golem||10|
|Swarm of Shinobi Insects||1|
|Three-Headed Guardian Beast||19|
|Chikamatsu Collection of Ten||15|
|Drone Bee Puppet||3|
|Mother and Father||3|
|Queen Bee Puppet||15|
|Third Kazekage, Puppet||20|
Across the Shinobi World, there are regions inhabited by creatures that have mastered the manipulation of senjutsu chakra, and thus Sage Mode. They are the source of all teachers of Sage Mode, and often act as summons for those they teach.
Toads of Mount Myoboku
Hidden deep within the mist of the Tranquil Sea around the Land of Water, lies the sunsoaked Mountain of Bewilderment; Mount Myoboku. Its inhabitants, the sage toads, prefer to keep to themselves, only allowing a select few non-toads to know the hidden path to the mountain, along which one must travel for months on end.
Snakes of Ryūchi Cave
Deep within the Land of Fire lies a cave system with a single entrance that stretches deep within one of the land's many mountains and far underground. Its potent genjutsu keeps anyone not deliberately seeking the mountain from finding its entrance, and the trials of Tagorihime Ichikishimahime and Tagitsuhime keep any unworthy souls from meeting with the White Snake Sage herself.
|White Snake Sage||20|
Slugs of Shikkotsu Forest
A deep forest within the Land of Earth, Shikkotsu Forest is covered in a constant storm and protected by a ring of stone pillars known as the "damp bone ring" notorious for attracting lightning strikes at the slightest disturbance, especially when chakra-bearing lifeforms come close.
|Katsuyu, True Form||26|
Monkeys of Saiyuki Valley
At the foot of the Land of Lighting's highest mountain, Saiyuki Valley is the largest sage region to not be one of the Three Great Unexplored Sage Regions. Its inhabitants have incredible use of ninjutsu, but have nevertheless maintained a pacifistic stance with the shinobi around them. This is especially impressive when their sage elder, the tailed beast Son Gokū, has been stolen and sealed multiple times.
Wolves of Okuriokami Oasis
At the center of Hell Desert, the hottest region of the Land of Wind capable of spontaneously igniting fires and boiling some creatures alive that takes days to even cross halfway, lies a beautiful oasis. Only accessible in the darkness of night, Okuriokami Oasis sits in constant night, with the moon bright and full enough to cast shadows under the large palms that border the lake. Its wolves are known in Sand Village archives to be capable of leading those they trust, or have received suitable payment from, to any location. While too small and explored, if marginally, to be considered as a Great Unexplored Sage Region, what few documents of its existence in the world have come from only a handful of sages who had survived the trip.
When the world was young, endless wars raged. At the center of this world was the God Tree. Revered by countless cultures, it only grew when bathed in the blood of man. Princess Kaguya Ōtsutsuki, matriarch of the Ōtsutsuki clan, consumed the fruit of this tree and became the first wielder of chakra on Earth. After watching her sons Hagoromo and Hamura master this force, she deemed it too powerful to be allowed to exist. Merging with the God Tree, she became Datara, the Ten-Tailed God, and attempted to put an end to all chakra users. After a long battle, her sons were victorious. However, while Datara could be temporarily defeated, she could not be killed, thus Hagoromo split her chakra into nine beasts of lesser power.
Pseudo-Tailed Beasts do not originate from Hagoromo's splitting of Datara, but bear similar power and substance. Many pseudo-Tailed Beasts often considered gods or demons, or are believed to come from another world. Pseudo-Tailed Beasts count for Datara changing forms by absorbing Tailed Beasts.
Shinobi are divided by rank based on skill between Genin, Chunin, Jonin, and Kage. When used in sorting, this ranking doesn't necessarily indicate that a particular humanoid is of that rank, but that they are comparable to that rank. In extreme cases, characters like Naruto Uzumaki only held the rank of Genin despite the skill to easily defeat most Kage. While indicated as Kage for brevity, the highest shinobi rank also includes Special Jonin and Jonin Commanders.