No. Enc.: 1
Movement: 90' (30')
Armor Class: 6
Hit Dice: 1d8
Attacks: 1 (bite)
Hoard Class: None
The inkstone monkey is a long-tailed monkey about five inches long. It's eyes are wet crimson pools, it's fur sepia velvet. Beloved of scribes, clerics and scholars of wizardry alike, the inkstone monkey lives on a diet of nuts and ink. Yet if fed blood (1 hit point) the inkstone monkey provides sepia ink on demand for the next 24 hours by stroking a brush or quill along it's lustrous fur. This ink is suitable for penning spellbooks and makes the process of scribing spells easier. The monkey will not demand blood but may give an owner a nip before revealing it's unique talent. Inkstone monkeys are considered unlucky by those who believe in superstition since their fur stains.
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