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Improved Enemies - Week 3 - Urophion

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This weekly monster upgrade is still in the illithid family.

The Urophion is what results from a roper that undergoes ceromorphosis. The older edition lore has anything "illithidae" gaining a mind blast and the eat brain ability. I have tried to give the creatures I'm adding psionics to talents and disciplines that are thematically appropriate and that have utility that is appropriate for their play style. Each urophion (there are 3) have defensive buffs, and at least one discipline that restricts opponents movement.

They will make great sentries outside illithid lairs.

Also of note...this is the 1st time I add a talent I have developed. I intend to go back to the week 1 monster and include a new talent there, as well as publishing psionic guide with new talents, discipline(s) and variant "1/3 caster" rules for fighter, rogue, and MONK

If you like what I've done here check out my other stuff

Weekly enemies

Week 1 Quaggoth Thonot

Week 2 Intellect Devourer

Week 4 Mind Flayer

Week 5 Mind Flayer (Deux)

Previous material

Improved Backgrounds - 112 backgrounds in unique format

Improved NPC Interactions - detailed NPC motivations and social skill flowcharts (1st pass - will eventually be revised for more utility)

Improved Crafting Herbalism - rules for herbalism and foraging (also 1st attempt - will be revised for simplicity and utility eventually)

Improved Commoners - Villagers - NPC stat blocks for distinct commoners in a human village

Improved Downtime - Fist Fight - unarmed combat as a downtime activity

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