Prickly Folk «Dyllon»


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Reported By: Scot Hoover in MM2

Role: Race
Base Stock: Porcupine

MCC Stat Block: Dyllon 'Prickly Folk' (2d6 (7)): Init +2; atk weapon melee +2 (1d8); AC 11; HD 6D7 hp 24 each; MV 30' ; 1d20; SV Fort +2, Ref -1, Will +2
Mutations: Pyrokinesis; Force Field Generation; Death Field Generation; Weight Decrease [D]; Taller or Shorter; Light Generation; Gas Generation- paralysis musk; Quills/ Spines

Number Appearing: 2d6
Morale: 8
Hit Dice: HD 6D7
Armor: 1 (AC 11)
Size: Medium 1.5 Meters

Movement: MV 30'

Attack: Weapon melee +2 (1d8)

MS: 16   PS: 10
IN: 17   DX: 7
CH: 10   CN: 16

Frequency: Rare
Organization: Unknown
Activity Cycle: Unknown
Diet: Omnivore
Habitat: Mountains
Tech Level: 4 - 7
Artifacts: Unknown

Description (Initial Observations): Dyllon are a race of insular mutant porcupine. They never grow much taller than a ten year old, and are covered in a mass of long, sharp brown quills. They also have an organ on their rear that can produce either light or musk, depending on them. Occasionally (10%) one is born that is much bigger than the others, and these are always tribal leaders, known as the Bobs. Strangely, the Bobs do not share the quills of their smaller relatives, and instead are a frail, naked pink, and usually seen wearing heavy robes as protection. Dyllon live in small tribes of up to 30 members. They construct plastered, squat adobe houses for shelter, but for the most part spend their time hunting or farming the grasslands. They are also extremely adept scavengers.

Reactions: No known interactions

Behavior: Dyllon also have the Pyrokinesis mutation which they use in mutual defense. Any predators approaching a Dillon village will have to deal with a lot of brush fires Occasionally (10%) one is born that is much bigger than the others, and these are always tribal leaders, known as the Bobs. The Bobs possess the Death Field Generation mutation, which they use to kill intruders approaching the village, as well as Force Field Generation which will provide 10Hp for every Dyllon within 100m of the Bob, again as protection for the village. All Dyllon are immune to the effects of the Bobs mutations. Any Bob has a 40% chance of possessing a weapon of TL IV or higher. Other dyllon may also have artifacts (15%)

Behavior: Behavior not recorded

Society: Anthropological studies incomplete

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