"He's the angel with the scabbed wings. Hard-drug face,
want to powder his nose. He will deflower the freshest crop. Dry up all the
wombs with his rock and roll sores."
Marilyn Manson - Angel with the Scabbed Wings
Sometimes the divine servants of law get a taste of
mortal pleasure. Most that do, repent of their
worldly indiscretions and return to the Heavens. However, a few
forsake their holy nature and choose to remain on the material plane. These
angels, sacrifice their divinity and quickly find that their wings rot off,
leaving perpetually painful wounds. The angels, now known as scabbed-winged
angels, medicate this pain with excess, whether it be sex, drugs, food,
alcohol, or some other vice entirely.
Each scabbed-wing angel is different, consider this a base
template to work from.
AC 14; HD 6d12; MV 60’; Act 2d20; SP:
Infravision, Telepathy, Immune to weapons of less than +2 and natural attacks
from creatures 5 HD or less, half damage from fire, acid, cold, electricity,
and gas, Scabbed Wings (see below), Always Unholy (see
below) SV Fort +10, Ref +8, Will +6; AL Neutral
Scabbed Wings - The angel may disturb their scabbed wings.
They then inflict 1d6 damage to themselves, but gain The affects are unpredictable,
but always beneficial to the angel.
1 - Blood Seeks Blood: A tendril of blood
shoots forth from the angel's wound towards the nearest enemy. They must
make a DC 14 Reflex save or take 1d4 damage and an addition 1d2 every round
afterwards as their blood seeks to leave the body and join the angel. A
creature can take a round to bandage the wound to prevent any additional bleed
damage. Receiving magical healing will also end this effect.
2 - Powder His Nose - All creatures (other than
the angel) within 30' feet must make a DC 14 Fortitude save or be dazed
for 1d4 rounds.
3 - Deflower the Freshest Crop - For the next
hour, the angel deals an extra 1d8 on all melee attacks the first time it hits
4 - Rock and Roll Sores - Until the end of combat,
if a creature strikes the angel with a melee attack they must make a DC 14
Reflex save or take 1d6 Acid damage.
5 - Scab Armor - For the rest of the encounter the angel
gains an additional 1d4 bonus to its AC.
Always Unholy- Scabbed-Wing Angels do not fit in any
paradigm and are always considered un-holy for the purpose of clerical turning.