Friday, January 7, 2011

Song Sprites

It's been more than two weeks since a new Sorcery & Super Science monster appeared at the blog, so here's a take on the traditional "tiny female faerie" so common in popular culture.

Song Sprites
Fairy (Basic)
C1 A6 S-1 F2 R1 I1 W2: Ego 12: Health 16: Fortune 12
Movement 2.5/22 (fly at 10/88)

Description & Information: Song sprites are tiny, naked females with beautiful butterfly wings. They have unearthly voices and their songs can enchant or damn. They are capricious and flighty creatures, never keeping promises even while making them hourly. They have a fondness for honey mead and honey cakes.

Intrinsic Powers
• Song sprites are extraordinarily hard to spot, requiring a rank 12 extraordinary sense check. This ability stops working if the song sprite sings. It returns 1 minute after the song ceases. At will, song sprites can drop this effect, allowing any creature, or only a particular creature, to see them.

Limited Use Powers
• Enchanting Song (2 per day): This lilting tune causes all creatures within 50 feet to become enamored to the singing sprite, believing it to be a best friend and being completely unwilling to injure or harm the lovely little singer. Resisting this effect requires a successful rank 6 Willpower conflict. The song sprite can choose what creatures in range are affected.
• Damning Song (2 per day): This mournful dirge causes all creatures within 50 feet to become morose and even suicidal. Resisting the effect requires a successful rank 6 Willpower conflict. Those failing the conflict fall to the ground, crying, unable to attack in any manner. Those failing by a minimum roll (those who failed because they rolled the minimum possible for them to roll on the conflict check) become suicidal and attack themselves, dealing 5 Health damage (ignoring armor) per turn. This song lasts as long as the song sprite keeps singing, but all targets may make a new conflict roll every two turns. The song sprite can choose what creatures in range are affected.

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