This humanoid-shaped colossus is a towering fury of burning wicker and wood.
AC 20, touch 5, flat-footed 17 (+3 Dex, +15 natural, –8 size)
OFFENSESpeed 30 ft.
Melee 2 slams +19 (2d8+13 plus burn and grab)
Ranged burning brand +9 (4d6+13 plus burn)
Space 30 ft.; Reach 30 ft.
Special Attacks burn (1d6 fire, DC 17), wicker cage
Str 37, Dex 16, Con —, Int —, Wis 10, Cha 7
Once per round, a wickerman can draw forth pieces of its own body and throw them as a ranged attack with a range increment of 60 feet.
A wickerman constantly burns but is never consumed. Its flames are magical. Immersion in water only suppresses the flames, and only for as long as the wickerman is immersed. While its flames are suppressed, the wickerman loses its burn ability, and its wicker cage ability doesn’t deal fire damage or cause creatures to catch on fire.
A magical attack that deals fire damage heals the wickerman 1 point of damage for every 3 points of damage the attack would otherwise deal.
If a wickerman successfully grapples a creature, as a move action it can shove the grabbed creature into the cage built into its chest. This works like swallow whole (4d6 fire damage plus the target automatically catches on fire, AC 17, 15 hp). The DC to put out this fire is 17. If a creature cuts its way free, the wickerman can’t use this ability again until it is fully healed. The save DC is Constitution-based.
Environment any land
A wickerman is a towering wicker statue with a cage in its chest. Inanimate ones are used for sacrifices to gods or nature faiths, and the constructs to terrify a faith’s enemies.
A wickerman is created from 12,000 pounds of wicker and rare wood costing 10,000 gp. Activating the wickerman requires sacrif icing a living humanoid inside its chest cage. Sacrificing a creature is an evil act.
CL 14th; Price 110,000 gp
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