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Wererabbit: a Lycanthrope option

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New Lycanthrope strain!

A new strain of the Curse of Lycanthropy has emerged.

Face the Wererabbit! 

Nomadic isolationists that often leaves civilization well alone, seldomly seen as they flee in the face of contact with the outside world. These swift lycanthropes can transform into a giant rabbit or into a hybrid form that accentuates their dual nature. While some are chaotic good, there are some that are just as evil as other lycanthropes. 

Easter Holiday Evil Extravganza! 

At the Death by Mage blog, I seek to bring inspirations and ideas to DMs and even Players who are just as evil as myself. So for this Easter holiday, we bring you the Wererabbit. But don't think it's all innocent and fluffy, it's hardly the case. It's vicious and leave quite a mark on your adventurers' hit points. I hope that everyone gets to use this lycanthrope option not just during the Easter holiday season but year round. Not to mention, we made Giant Rabbits a horrifying idea to torment players, and to serve as mounts for perhaps elves or even fey creatures. 

Please give this a try and let me know what you think.  

 
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