Slithering Tracker 5e
Slithering trackers are solitary beasts.
Slithering tracker 5e. Certain monsters simply happened to be oozy by nature. It can drain a man sized creature in one hour. And unable to breathe unless it can breathe water. Even when the slithering tracker is in plain sight it takes a successful dc 14 wisdom perception check to spot a slithering tracker that has neither moved nor attacked.
Slithering tracker gain a 5 bonus to it reflex defence when resisting a grapple escape translucent slithering tracker gains a 5 bonus to stealth checks in dim light or darkness and is invisible until seen. The slithering tracker can climb difficult surfaces including upside down on ceilings without needing. Time for another oldie but goodie. I think the mror holds are generally one of the more classic d.
Discover and save your own pins on pinterest mror stonelordthese enormous elementals are another graduate of my 35e era eberron bestiary. A slithering tracker was a creature turned into an ooze in a ritual known to hags liches and priests that worshiped deities of vengeance1 1 behavior 2 ecology 3 appendix 31 appearances 32 references 33 connections they were known to locate their victims by. The slithering tracker one of the advanced dungeons dragons monster manuals original oozesmind you back then ooze wasnt a monster category. The slithering tracker can climb difficult surfaces including upside down on ceilings without needing to make an ability check.
While the slithering tracker remains motion less it is indistinguishable from a puddle unless an observer succeeds on a dc 18 intelligence investigation check. It can also move through a space as narrow as 1 inch wide without squeezing. Jun 21 2018 this pin was discovered by peter hurst. When still it looks like a wet patch of stone or a patch of condensation on a wall.
The slithering tracker can enter an enemys space and stop there. The slithering tracker then covers the entire body of its victim and slowly draws all of the plasma from the creature killing the victim in the process of course.