Monday, April 14, 2014

L is for Lying Cat

Cloak and dagger intrigue has always been a one of my favorite parts of D&D. Sure it doesn't always happen. If you spend 95% of your sessions crawling through crypts and ruins, there's not a lot of room for that sort of thing. However, if you (like me) really enjoy a good urban setting, chock full of thieves, assassins, and spies, cloak and dagger is fantastic. In a game like this, an ally like Saga's Lying Cat would be very handy.

Lying Cat

Lying cats are intelligent large green felines that have the uncanny ability to detect falsehoods. They have the ability to indicate when a verbal statement is a lie, which is indicated by saying the word "Lying." Their powers are limited to the state of the mind of the person speaking. If someone truly believes what they are saying is true, the ability doesn't work, even if the person is giving untrue information. This ability extends to ethical truths as well as factual ones.

Armor Class: 4
Hit Dice: 3

Move: 210' (70')
Attacks: 2 Claws/1 Bite
Damage: 1-4/1-4/1-8
Save As: Fighter 2
Treasure Type: U
Alignment: Neutral

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