Monday, 15 August 2011
No. Enc.: 2d4 (3d6)
Movement: 120' (40')
Armor Class: 8
Hit Dice: 1d8 + 1
Attacks: 2 (howling stick/bite)
Hoard Class: VI
Man-sized apes with red-tipped dark fur, faces with luminous, intelligent eyes and prehensile feet. They are renowned for creating and using tools like stone choppers or walking sticks. In fights they prefer the howling stick, a heavy club shaped with fluted edges and holes so when swung it makes an eerie wailing. Those facing a niamis wielding a howling stick in battle must make a save vs. paralysation or suffer a -1 penalty to hit while in their presence. A niamis can climb walls with 70% ability and often runs along tree limbs to approach or escape foes. They live in tight-knit packs and co-operate with other primates against larger foes, something unscrupulous races take advantage of.
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