The flesh of this withered woman’s face stretches tightly over her skull, with one red eye bulging fat in its socket.
Moon Hag CR 7
Str 20, Dex 12, Con 19, Int 14, Wis 17, Cha 19
Base Atk +9; CMB +14; CMD 29
Feats Alertness, Combat Casting, Great Fortitude, Power Attack, Skill Focus (Intimidate)
Skills Intimidate +19, Knowledge (planes) +11, Knowledge (religion) +11, Perception +17, Sense Motive +14, Spellcraft +11
Languages Aklo, Common
Dreadful Ravings (Su)
Three times per day as a standard action, the moon hag can howl a litany of dreadful prognostications at a creature within 30 feet. The predictions afflict the victim, gnawing away at its sanity. This is a language-dependent curse effect; if a moon (including Groetus) is visible to the victim, it takes a –2 penalty on the save against the effect.
Lunatic Insight (Su)
A moon hag adds her Charisma modifier as an insight bonus to AC and on initiative checks. These bonuses increase by 2 when a moon (including Groetus) is visible above (this increase is not included in the statistics above).
Environment any (Boneyard)
Organization solitary or coven (three hags of any kind)
Moon hags are foul prophets that haunt endless tombs. These lurid hags almost universally worship the god of oblivion.
Moon hags are extremely knowledgeable about the secret paths and portals of the Boneyard, and they often use this knowledge to journey to the Material Plane for sinister purposes. Most moon hags use this opportunity to birth and abandon changelings.
Moon hag changelings are especially pale-skinned, and many are plagued by chronic anxiety, leading them to become reclusive. The daughter of a moon hag gains the moon daughter racial trait: she gains a +1 insight bonus to her AC but takes a –2 penalty on Will saving throws. If a moon is visible, the bonus and penalty each increase by 1.
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