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    3. x Does D&D have a "Watcher" creature?

    Marvel Comics has "The Watcher", an individual who's a member of a race of beings that observe and record things that happen.

    Does D&D have such a creature in any of the Monster Manuals, etc, that has in the fluff text and in abilities describes that the primary function of this creature is to observe and record when events happen? I'm looking for such a creature to be an NPC in a possible campaign I'm toying with.

    If not, I'll just put somethng together with Base Creature + Class levels, but figured I'd try to find one first.
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