What was once a woman now towers as a monstrosity of ectoplasmic flesh, horns, and a tremendous scythe-like claw.
Daughter of the Dead CR 8
Constant—desecrate (centered on self)
Cleric Spells Prepared (CL 6th; concentration +9)
3rd—bestow curse (DC 16), contagion (DC 16), dispel magicD, inflict serious wounds (DC 16)
2nd—death knellD (DC 15), hold person (DC 15), inflict moderate wounds (DC 15), resist energy, spiritual weapon
1st—cause fearD (DC 14), command (DC 14), divine favor, obscuring mist, shield of faith
0—bleed (DC 13), detect magic, guidance, resistance
Str 27, Dex 17, Con —, Int 18, Wis 16, Cha 21
Base Atk +8; CMB +17; CMD 30
Feats Ability Focus (disease), Combat Casting, Combat Reflexes, Improved Initiative, Power Attack, Vital Strike
Skills Acrobatics +14, Bluff +16, Fly +23, Intimidate +19, Knowledge (religion) +18, Perception +17, Sense Motive +17, Spellcraft +18, Stealth +0
Languages Abyssal, Common, Infernal, Necril
Within the church of the goddess of undeath, few more coveted stations exist than that of the “Daughters of the Dead” yet no high priest can bestow the title, and no living worshiper can take the role. Rather, daughters are selected by the god or goddess of death, chosen from the most zealous and accomplished priestesses at the moments of their deaths. Even after their transformations into things of pestilence and dead flesh, daughters remain social beings who typically surround themselves with fanatical cults.
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