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Creatures of Air

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Air elementals? Invisible stalkers? Air myrmidons, maybe? IS THAT ALL YOU'VE GOT?

Not anymore.

Within these pages you'll find twelve new creatures to call upon when your game needs air cultists, or a wild tornado, or a trip to the Boundless Blue itself. Twelve creatures that call the Plane of Air home, elemental and otherwise. Here's what we're looking at:

  • The air beast (Challenge 4) - an eight-foot invisible skull with batwings that is...surprisingly docile, if it's not currently sucking sand.
  • The air mephit (Challenge 1/4) - an elemental imp created from a pure element, rather than a combination of elements.
  • The anemo and the eolian (Challenge 4) - elementals that embody the fight of law vs. chaos on the Plane of Air.
  • The barbaric arrowhawks (Challenge 1) - raiders and pillagers of the storm.
  • The scent-eating dusters (Challenge 1/4) - tiny elemental vermin that infest places of pure air.
  • The ildriss (Challenge 2) - elemental grues who have found gainful employ as thugs for Yan-C-Bin
  • The sislan (Challenge 4) - enigmatic one-eyed whirlwinds that seem to want to purge the Plane of Air from outsiders.
  • The spirit of the air (Challenge 5) - simian celestials birthed from the breath of the gods, who now serve deities of the wind and storm.
  • Beautiful and dangerous sylphs (Challenge 2) - fey that dance through the sky in celebration of their freedom.
  • The dangerous voidwraiths (Challenge 5) - what happens when an air elemental turns undead.
  • The powerful wind walkers (Challenge 3) - who can scour the flesh from your bones if you are near them.

Get Blown. Away.

 
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This title was added to our catalog on February 26, 2018.