Spite-Spitter CR 15
Spiked protrusions cover the hide of this graying flesh-colored creature, most prominently on its limbs and humped back. Its eyes are pitch black and within its maw you can see several rings of horrid fangs and teeth.
Speed 40 ft., climb 20 ft
Melee two slams +23 (1d8+10 plus poison, Crit 19–20/x2)
Special Attacks dissolve item, spiteful gaze (30 ft., DC 25, paralyzed 1d8 rounds), summon undead
Spell-Like Abilities (CL 22nd; concentration +27)
Constant—detect magic, see invisibility
At will—deeper darkness, enervation (DC 19), greater dispel magic, haste, unholy blight (DC 19)
3/day—crushing despair (DC 19), hold monster (DC 20), invisibility, quickened unholy blight (DC 19)
1/day—dismissal (DC—see spell), finger of death (DC 22), plane shift (DC 22), summon (level 7, 7–12 wights, 2–5 bodaks, or 1–2 dread wraiths)
During Combat Spite-spitters begin combat with quickened unholy blight and crushing despair, followed by finger of death at a spellcasting enemy or enervation at dangerous warriors (who are then disarmed, their weapons dissolved).
Morale Spite-spitters fight until destroyed.
Str 24, Dex 18, Con —, Int 20, Wis 20, Cha 18
Base Atk +16; CMB +23; CMD 37
Feats Combat Expertise, Combat Reflexes, Great Fortitude, Greater Sunder, Improved Critical (claws), Improved Disarm, Improved Initiative, Improved Sunder, Improved Unarmed Strike, Quicken Spell-Like Ability (unholy blight), Stunning Fist, ToughnessB
Skills Climb +32, Diplomacy +31, Knowledge (arcana) +30, Knowledge (religion) +30, Perception +30, Sense Motive +30, Spellcraft +30, Stealth +29 (+37 in darkness); Racial Modifiers +8 Stealth in dim light and darkness
Languages telepathy 100 ft.
Aversion to Holy Water (Ex)
Desecrating Aura (Su)
This ability works much like a desecrate spell, except that the spite-spitter is treated as the shrine. Undead within 30 feet of the spite-spitter (including the creature itself) gain a +2 profane bonus on attack rolls, damage rolls, and saving throws, and +2 temporary hit points per HD (the spite-spitter gains no bonus hp).
Activating desecrating aura is a standard action.
Charisma checks made to turn undead within the aura are made with a –6 penalty, and its effects cannot be dispelled except by dispel evil or a similar effect. If the effect is dispelled, the spite-spitter can resume it as a swift action on its next turn. Its desecrating aura is suppressed if a spite-spitter enters a consecrated or hallowed area, but the spite-spitter’s presence also suppresses the consecrated or hallowed effect for as long as it remains in the area.
Dissolve Item (Su)
A spite-spitter can destroy any weapon or item of Medium size or smaller (even magic ones, but not artifacts) by picking it up and dissolving it between its hands. The spite-spitter must make a successful disarm combat maneuver to grab an item held by an opponent (with a –4 penalty for being unarmed), at which point the item dissolves (the item receives a DC 28 Fortitude save to negate this effect). The save DC is Strength-based.
Spiteful Gaze (Su)
A creature within 30 ft. that meets the spite-spitter’s gaze must succeed on a DC 25 Will save or be paralyzed with fear for 1d8 rounds. Whether or not the save is successful, that creature cannot be affected again by the same spite-spitter’s gaze for 24 hours. This is a mind-affecting fear effect. The save DC is Charisma-based.
Summon Undead (Su)
A spite-spitter can summon undead creatures once every 24 hours: 7–12 wights, 2–5 bodaks, or 1–2 dread wraiths. The undead arrive in 1d10 rounds and serve the spite-spitter for 1 hour or until released.
The ancestors of the mother of the drow, dispossessed their enemies of their wealth and position, sacrificing their crushed souls to a dark elven deity. They were warped and transformed into spite-spitters, forced to wander forever.
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