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Al-mi’raj (Almiraj)

Al-mi'raj, By Zakariya ibn Muhammad Qazwini - The Wonders of Creation (Bavarian Copy), CC BY-SA 4.0,
By Zakariya ibn Muhammad Qazwini – The Wonders of Creation (Bavarian Copy), CC BY-SA 4.0,

This creature looks like a large rabbit with a unicorn-like horn protruding from its head.

Source: Pathfinder

The al-mi’raj is a dangerous creature with long white, pink, yellow, or light green fur. Its horn is golden or black in color. Because of the al-mi’raj’s interdimensional travel abilities, sages often refer to them as ‘blink bunnies.’

Al-mi’raj react to threats much differently than their normal rabbit cousins. When danger is nearby, the al-mi’raj becomes aggressive and moves to attack. In combat, the al-mi’raj stabs with its horn.

Al-mi’raj CR 1/2
XP 200

N Small magical beast

Init +3; Senses Darkvision 60 ft., Low-Light Vision, Scent; Perception +5
AC 14, touch 14, flat-footed 11 (+3 Dexterity, +1 size)

hp 6 (1d10+1)

Fort +3; Ref +5; Will +1

Defensive Abilities Blink ; Immune poison; SR 11
Speed 40 ft.

Melee gore +5 (1d4-2)
Strength 6, Dexterity 17, Constitution 12, Intelligence 5, Wisdom 12, Charisma 6

Base Atk +1; CMB -2; CMD 11 (15 vs. trip)

Feats Weapon Finesse

Skills Perception +5, Stealth +11, Survival +1 (+5 when tracking by Scent); Racial Modifiers +4 Perception, +4 Survival when tracking by Scent

SQ dimension door
Blink (Su)

Al-mi’raj can blink as a free action.

Dimension door (Su)

An al-mi’raj can create an effect identical to a dimension door spell once per round as a standard action. The ability affects only the al-mi’raj, which never appears within a solid object and can act immediately after teleporting.

Environment temperate plains

Organization solitary or warren (2-20)

Treasure none

Section 15: Copyright Notice – Tome of Horrors Complete

Al-mi’raj from the Tome of Horrors Complete, Copyright 2011, Necromancer Games, Inc., published and distributed by Frog God Games; Authors Scott Greene and Clark Peterson, based on original material by Roger Musson.

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