Ink-Infused Creature (CR +1)

Ink-infused creatures are usually the creations of alchemists or arcane spell-casters with a calligraphy or tattoo fetish. Their bodies resemble flowing liquid ink with changing letters, arcane symbols, or even alien iconography of extremely disturbing nature.

Creating an Ink-Infused Creature

Ink-Infused” is an inherited template that can be applied to any living corporeal creature (referred to hereafter as the base creature).

Challenge Rating: Same as base creature +1.

Type: The ink-infused creature’s type changes to aberration. Recalculate base attack bonuses, saves, and skill points.

Hit Dice: Change all of the base creature’s racial HD to d8s.

Defensive Abilities: An ink-infused creature gains acid resistance 10, and a +2 racial bonus to any saves against alchemical attacks or effects.

Weaknesses: An ink-infused creature takes 1 point of damage per caster level without a save, when targeted by an erase spell.

Special Attacks: Same as base creature.

Skills: An ink-infused creature gains Stealth and Disguise as class skills.

Special Qualities: An ink-infused creature gains the following abilities.

Liquid Form (Ex)

An ink-infused creature gains the Amorphous and Compression universal monster abilities, making it immune to sneak attacks and critical damage, and allowing it to maneuver through small spaces very easily.

Two-Dimensional Camouflage (Ex)

A ink-infused creature gain a +4 racial bonus to Stealth and to Disguise skill checks when trying to appear as a tattoo or as graffiti on a wall (or similar situation).

Environment: Any

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