When the moon is full and a bloodcurdling cry rings out in the distance, the moon stalker springs into action. He is all too familiar with the sound of a tortured creature undergoing an involuntary and accursed transformation into something no longer human. Whereas other druids defend the wilderness, the moon stalker spends his nights hunting his unnatural quarry — lycanthropes. In his mind, the very existence of these monstrous men and women blasphemes nature itself. Though druids can and do transform into animals, the moon stalker believes that nature granted this gift to her willing servants. Lycanthropes, on the other hand, are cursed beings that nature condemned. As members of a damned race, he sees them as scourges that he must rid from the world. In this pursuit, the moon stalker makes no distinctions between good and evil or law and chaos. There is only one absolute in his mind — that all lycanthropes are a blight to nature that he must destroy. None may be better suited to eradicate these monsters than the moon stalker.
This ability functions like detect undead.
This ability replaces wild empathy.
Starting at 2nd level, a druid gains a bonus on Perception and Survival checks equal to his druid level on skill checks made to locate and follow tracks made by creatures with the shapechanger subtype, including lycanthropes. He also gains the same bonus on any Knowledge check made to identify a creature with the shapechanger subtype and their special powers or vulnerabilities.
This ability replaces woodland stride.
Starting at 3rd level, a druid gains a +4 bonus on saving throws against the exceptional, spell-like and supernatural abilities of creatures with the shapechanger subtype, including lycanthropes. He also gains a +2 dodge bonus to AC against creatures with the shapechanger subtype and a +2 morale bonus on attack rolls and weapon damage rolls against such creatures. These bonuses increase by +2 at 9th level and every six levels thereafter.
This ability replaces resist trackless step and nature’s lure.
At 9th level, a moon stalker gains immunity to all curses, including lycanthropy.
This ability replaces venom immunity.
This ability replaces a thousand faces.
Fields of Blood © 2015 Frog God Games, LLC. Author: Tom Knauss