Ok pine kindred looks good - words after hyphens nest not capitalised. Alos the resin-brute?
I guess the other visual image that came to mind with resin-brutes were the gargantuan zombies from plants vs zombies
But seriously - I started with the ogre zombie template...but that has morning star and we've made the thrall just use slam so I guess it'll be a giant slam...?
Heh ...aaah I see where you're going with them....seriously dark stuff! Okay I'll sit back and watch.
Anyway, I am converting Halls of Tizun Thane to 5e. So preparing to convert nandie, nandie bear and gu'en-deeko (the last one could be quite fun). is a first lvl dungeon so keeping the nandies low. Main issue is name - orginally nandi bear named for Nandi people - hence calling baboons "nandies" in this day and age is quite possibly highly problematic. My idea is "dinopithecus" or "baboon (dinopithecine)" as this was a genus of double-sized prehistoric baboon.
|Movement:||6", 12" in trees or rocks||12", climbing|
|Attacks:||two 1d2 claws|
and 1d3 bite
|1d4 bite (1d4+1|
if large male)
I mean, I like the idea of keeping them somewhat weak as it then means one can DM the chaining of more nandies without overwhelming a party of low level characters....re the stats...maybe Albie Fiore hadn't really registered the baboon stats...I dunno....
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(Based on the Nandie from "The Halls of Tizun Thane" by Albie Fiore in White Dwarf Magazine #18 (Apr/May 1980).)