Gyeongsa Warp Storm CR 10
The shifting winds of a violent tempest rustle above as a tan swirl appears in the sky. It quickly grows in size, from only a few inches across into a massive sphere. Gusts carrying fine grits of sand whip against you as the howl of the winds reaches a fevered pitch and the thing in the sky begins to drift towards you.
Speed fly 60 ft. (perfect)
Melee two tentacles +13 (2d8+8 and grab)
Space 30 ft.; Reach 30 ft.
Special Attacks pull (tentacle 30 ft.), whirlwind (3/day, 10–30 ft. high, 2d8+8 damage, DC 24)
Spell-Like Abilities (CL 13th; concentration +15)
During Combat The gyeongsa warp storm attempts to suck every opponent in view into its body. Once captured, it uses greater teleport again to bring whatever it’s caught to the Disputed Lands.
Morale Gyeongsa warp storms have no intellect and their motivations are a mystery to all; they do not relent until they’ve captured more creatures to carry away with them.
Punishing Winds (Su)
Gyeongsa warp storms are constantly enshrouded and surrounded by severe winds that automatically extinguish unprotected flames, have a 50% chance of extinguishing protected flames, and incur a –4 penalty to ranged weapon attacks and Perception checks.
Unwilling Teleport (Su)
Gyeongsa warp storms are able to use their greater teleport ability on unwilling targets so long as they are caught in its whirlwind form. Targets that fail their save disappear before creatures that resist this ability (giving them a chance to fail the save instead to join companions that are teleported away). Many believe the anomalies to be no more than a myth, but those that survive a trip back from the heart of the disputed lands know otherwise. Those strong enough to survive the trip find that their new locale a demanding one.
Environment any (normally the Disputed Territories)
A gyeongsa warp storm is essentially weightless, but is 30 feet tall and as far across at its widest.
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