Monday, October 15, 2012

Monstrous Mondays: Invisible Pink Unicorn

Invisible Pink Unicorn

It's magical because it is invisible AND pink.

Over at my other blog, The Other Side, I am running a bloghop called Monstrous Monday.

I am going to post a new monster for the D&D Basic game (circa 1980) and it's compatible clones.
Over here, since I focus mostly on my atheism, I wanted to pick monsters that fit the theme of this blog.

Now to this you might say, "ah but I am an atheist, I don't believe in monsters or magic or magical monster for that matter!" which is true.  But I also believe in having a sense of humor.  So maybe my atheism message will reach another audience.

So I present to you the magical, Invisible Pink Unicorn.
Again, I presenting these in Basic Era stats to support my new books "The Witch" and "Eldritch Witchery"

Invisible Pink Unicorn
Armor Class:  2 [17]
Hit Dice: 8d8+5 (50 hp)
No. of Attacks: Bite, hooves, horn,
Special Attack: invisible, rainbows (as Prismatic Spray)
Damage: 1d8, 1d6/1d6, 1d8
Movement: 120’ (land) 240' fly
No. Appearing: 1 Unique
Saves As: Fighter 10
Morale: 12
Treasure: None, Discovering one is Treasure enough
Alignment: Neutral
XP: 1700

The Invisible Pink Unicorn is a unique creature.  At least we have faith she is since only one is known to exist. There could be more, they all would look alike.
As her name would suggest the IPU is invisible.  She moves, lives and attacks all while invisible.  Even to characters that can see invisible she is invisible.
The IPU can attack with a bite, hooves and her horn.  She is in all respects like a normal, non-invisible, non-pink unicorn.  She may also once per day fire a Prismatic Spray spell from her horn.
The IPU most often attacks those that lack faith or have too much faith.  Her victims seem unwilling to be clear on which.

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