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Kolyarut Creature12

LN Medium Aeon Inevitable Monitor

Senses Perception +23 (+27 to detect lies); darkvision

Languages Celestial, Infernal, Utopian; truespeech

Skills Acrobatics +22, Athletics +27, Axis Lore +22, Diplomacy +20, Deception +20, Survival +22

Str +7, Dex +4, Con +5, Int +1, Wis +4, Cha +2

Truespeech A kolyarut can speak with and understand any creature that has a language.

Items +1 Striking bastard sword

AC 34; Fort +23, Ref +24, Will +22; +1 status to all saves vs. magic

HP 215, regeneration 15 (deactivated by chaotic); Immunities death effects, disease, emotion, poison, unconscious; Weaknesses chaotic 15

Speed 25 feet

Melee [one-action] bastard sword +26 (lawful, magical, two-hand d12), Damage 2d8+13 slashing plus 1d6 lawful

Melee [one-action] fist +23 (agile, lawful, magical), Damage 1d10+11 bludgeoning plus 1d6 lawful

Divine Innate Spells DC 32; 8th discern location; 5th command; 4th illusory disguise (at will), suggestion (-2); 3rd paralyze (-2); 2nd invisibility (self only); 1st command (at will)

Divine Rituals DC 32; geas


Kolyarut inevitables are enforcers of bargains and punishers of those who fail to uphold them. Their humanoid shape, ability to disguise themselves among a humanoid population, and diplomatic leanings make them the most approachable inevitables, and thus more likely to ally themselves with others. They are among the most talkative of all inevitables, naturally possessing a courtly grace and an encyclopedic knowledge of social customs, which they use to assist their efforts in gathering information on their targets or issuing challenges in a legal manner.

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