Kobolds

Summary:

Legend has it that kobolds were created through arcane means by Dragons of old when the Balor Empire came into existence. They were made to aid the Dragons in guarding their hordes of gold and territory. Currently the kobolds live in the Mountain range of Mal’Dar, deep within the heart of the mountains. Kobolds have shiny scales for skin, varying in colors just like a dragon; each color represents the tribe they are in. Their eyes are cat-like, and they have a snout and a mouth with razor sharp teeth, and a snake like tongue. Small, agile, and charismatic, Kobolds are often admired by most other people due to their Draconian Heritage and beauty, and honored to some degree for warding off the abominations of the Wastelands.

Kobold Traits:

  • Str -2, Dex +2, Charisma +2, -2 Wisdom
  • Small Size. +1 bonus to Armor Class, +1 bonus on attack rolls, +4 bonus on Hide checks, -4 penalty on grapple checks, lifting and carrying limits ¾ those of Medium characters.
  • Speed 30 feet
  • Darkvision 60 feet
  • Light Blindness (ex): Abrupt exposure to bright light, such as sunlight or theDaylight spell blinds a Kobold for one round. Kobolds also suffer a -1 penalty to all attack rolls, Reflex saves, Search and Spot checks when operating in bright light.
  • Dragon: Kobolds are far descendants of the great Dragons and thus can take Dragon feats which they otherwise qualify for, and are immune to effects that require humanoid targets (such as Charm Person). At the point of character creation, the Kobold must choose his dragon descendant (red, bronze, blue, etc). They also qualify for regular kobold feats.
  • Kobolds are cunning fighters. They gain a +1 to attacks when their opponent is flat-footed.
  • Natural Armor +1, Dodge Bonus +1
  • All Kobolds receive Weapon Focus with a spear like weapon chosen at first level.
  • Kobolds have a natural bite attack that does 1d4 points of damage and 1.5 strength damage, they are treated as having weapon finesse with the bite attack.


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