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Qlippoth, Nyogoth

Nyogoth Creature10

Uncommon CE Medium Fiend Qlippoth

Senses Perception +19; darkvision

Languages Abyssal; telepathy 100 ft.

Skills Acrobatics +21, Athletics +21, Intimidation +19, Occultism +16, Stealth +21

Str +7, Dex +5, Con +6, Int +0, Wis +5, Cha +3

AC 29; Fort +20, Ref +19, Will +16

HP 175; Immunities acid, controlled, fear; Weaknesses lawful 10; Resistances mental 10, physical 10 (except cold iron)

Caustic Blood [reaction] Trigger The nyogoth takes piercing or slashing damage; Effect The nyogoth sprays its acidic blood on adjacent creatures, dealing 6d6 acid damage (DC + 29 basic Reflex save).

Speed 5 feet, fly 25 feet

Melee [one-action] jaws +23 (chaotic, magical), Damage 2d6+13 piercing plus 2d6 acid, 1d6 chaotic, and Grab

Melee [one-action] tentacle mouth +23 (agile, chaotic, magical, reach 10 feet), Damage 2d6+13 piercing plus 1d6 acid, 1d6 chaotic, and Grab

Occult Innate Spells DC 26, attack +20; 5th cloudkill; 4th acid arrow (at will), dimension door; 3rd fear (at will)

Feeding Frenzy [one-action] Requirements The nyogoth has grabbed a creature; Effect The nyogoth slavers and chews at the grabbed creature, dealing 2d6+7 slashing and 1d6 acid damage (DC 29 basic Fortitude save).

Nauseating Display [two-actions] (concentrate, emotion, enchantment, fear, incapacitation, mental, occult, visual) The nyogoth untangles its tentacles and prolapses its many mouths, turning itself inside out in a truly nauseating display. Creatures in a 30-foot emanation must attempt a DC 29 Will save, after which they are temporarily immune to further Nauseating Displays for 1 minute.

Critical Success The creature is unaffected.

Success The creature is sickened 1.

Failure The creature is stunned 3 and sickened 1.

Critical Failure The creature is stunned 5 and sickened 2.


Little more than a coiled mass of intestines encircling a massive gaping maw, this qlippoth is an Abyssal scavenger, subsisting on the filth and leftovers of demons and qlippoth alike, although it relishes any opportunity to consume living prey. Despite this seeming lowly role in the Abyssal ecosystem, a nyogoth is far from a stupid beast and can orchestrate cunning ambushes to secure its next meal.

Although it is widely accepted that qlippoth have lost incalculable territory in the Abyss to demonkind, these fiends still control vast regions in the deepest reaches of that plane. Some sages suggest the troubling possibility that perhaps qlippoth still hold more territory of the Abyss than demons do, but because demons are more concerned with mortal life, we simply interact with the layers they control more often. For all we know, these dour sages postulate, the Abyss teems with endless swarms of qlippoth that have yet to make their move against mortal life.

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