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Dracs are fey creatures of some waterways. In their natural form, they appear as purplish blobs on the water surface, but more often they are seen in the guise of a beautiful maiden or a great golden chalice. Either of these forms draws mortals to the Drac. Those Dracs of kinder heart merely play pranks on foolish or greedy mortals, but more malicious Dracs will often try to draw mortals to their deaths in rapids or other hazards. Dracs are not bound to any particular body of water, though they only call some rivers home. Dracs are sociable among their own kind, and have a society of their own. Dracs speak common, elven, and sylvan.

Medium-Sized fey (Aquatic)
Hit Dice5d6 + (41hp)
Speed30′, Swim 30′
AC16 (+2 Dexterity, +4 natural)
AttacksSlam +4 melee
DamageSlam 1d6+2
Special Attacksnone
Special QualitiesDR 10/cold iron, Alternate form, Amphibious
SavesFort +3, Ref +6, Will +5
AbilitiesStrength 14, Dexterity 14, Constitution 15, Intelligence 16, Wisdom 13, Charisma 19
SkillsSwim +10, Perform +12, Bluff +12, Intimidate +12, Diplomacy +12, Hide +10, Move Silently +10.
FeatsImproved Initiative,Improved Critical (slam).
Climate/TerrainTemperate aquatic
Organizationsolitary or group (2-7)
Challenge Rating3
TreasureStandard gold, Standard gems, No items.
AlignmentOften Chaotic Neutral


In its natural form, a Drac will slam its opponent with its body. In human form, a Drac may still make slam attacks with its fists, retaining the surprising strength of its natural form. A Drac will not fight in chalice form. Regardless of form, Dracs to not like to get involved directly in combat

Alternate Form (Su) A Drac may take one of two alternate forms: that of a human, elven, or half elven female of great beauty, or that of a golden chalice upon the water. Their stats remained unchanged in their alternate forms. A Drac may change between forms as a move-equivilent action.

Amphibious (Ex) While Dracs are naturally water creatures, and can survive indefinitely underwater, they can also breathe air with perfect ease. However, Dracs require life in waters to sustain themselves, and thus do not usually leave their river.

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