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Naga, Spirit

Spirit Naga Creature9

Uncommon NE Large Aberration

Senses Perception +18; darkvision

Languages Aklo, Common

Skills Acrobatics +18, Athletics +16, Deception +17, Intimidation +19, Occultism +20, Stealth +20

Str +3, Dex +4, Con +3, Int +1, Wis +3, Cha +5

Coven A spirit naga adds hallucination, mind probe, and suggestion to their coven’s spells.

AC 28; Fort +15, Ref +20, Will +18

HP 160

Speed 25 feet, swim 15 feet

Melee [one-action] fangs +19 (agile, finesse), Damage 2d8+9 piercing plus spirit naga venom

Occult Spontaneous Spells DC 28, attack +20; 5th (3 slots) black tentacles, sending, subconscious suggestion; 4th (4 slots) clairvoyance, confusion, fly, modify memory; 3rd (4 slots) dream message, mind reading, paralyze, vampiric touch; 2nd (4 slots) blur, humanoid form, mirror image, telekinetic maneuver; 1st (4 slots) charm, command, grim tendrils, unseen servant; Cantrips (5th) daze, detect magic, mage hand, read aura, sigil

Rituals DC 28; inveigle

Spirit Naga Venom (poison) Saving Throw DC 28; Maximum Duration 6 rounds; Stage 1 2d6 poison damage and stupefied 1 (1 round); Stage 2 2d6 poison damage and stupefied 2 (1 round)


In naga culture, the foul-tempered, unkempt spirit naga holds a contemptible place similar to that of hags in humanoid cultures. These decrepit creatures live out lives of solitude, sought out only by those who are foolish or brave enough to think they can benefit from the spirit naga’s powers without paying a heavy price-for most who dare to show such hubris, the price is their own lives.

Spirit nagas seek out desolate ruins and places long associated with death and corruption. These sinister, serpentine beings can be found in abandoned graveyards, crumbled fortresses, rotting swamps, and blighted woodlands. Though they may know little of the actual history of such places, the nagas are nonetheless attracted to the psychic remnants of evil deeds and tormented spirits that remain within the earth and stones there.

Despite their hideous appearance and treatment as pariahs by other nagas, spirit nagas feel a profound pride in their abilities and even in their hermetic existences.

Spirit Naga Covens

Like hags, spirit nagas occasionally form small groups of their own kind. They normally do this for mutual protection against a greater threat or to accomplish a goal that a single spirit naga cannot complete on their own. Sometimes, spirit nagas form a coven to bring groups of cultists

They see themselves as connected to a greater force whose mysteries are revealed only to those who can cast off the trappings and morals of “civilized” society. Even so, spirit nagas gleefully accept the worship of other creatures willing to bow to their capricious whims. They often form cults around themselves, using their charm spells and rituals to ensnare the minds of a few key individuals who spread the nagas’ foul influence throughout a community. together or take over a city or other large community, and in rare cases a spirit naga might even join a hag or witch coven.

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