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Owb Prophet

An owb who comes into contact and is chosen by one of the Forsaken gains a fragment of that demigod's power and forges a permanent connection with it. This act transforms the owb into a larger, more powerful creature and imbues it with the power of divine transference, allowing the owb to gain followers and grant spells to them. These are owb prophets.

Owb prophets may have some portion of the Forsaken's power, but they use their authority to gain more sway over calignis and other worshippers.

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Owb ProphetCreature 13

Source Bestiary 3 pg. 197
Perception +24; greater darkvision
Languages Aklo, Caligni, Common, Undercommon; (can't speak any languages); telepathy 100 feet
Skills Acrobatics +25, Deception +26, Diplomacy +24, Occultism +23, Religion +25, Stealth +25
Str +8, Dex +6, Con +8, Int +4, Wis +5, Cha +7
Forsaken Patron Each owb prophet serves as a conduit to one of the shadowy demigods known as the Forsaken. Forsaken patrons are detailed in the sidebar, and each grants the owb prophet additional abilities.
Light Blindness
AC 34; Fort +25, Ref +23, Will +24; Resistances mental 10
HP 225
Speed 5 feet, fly 40 feet
Melee Single ActionSingle Action claw +27 [+23/+19] (agile, magical), Damage 2d8+11 slashing plus 2d8 coldRanged Single ActionSingle Action burning cold +25 [+20/+15] (magical, range 120 feet), Damage 4d8 cold plus 2d8 persistent cold and clutching coldOccult Innate Spells DC 33, attack +25; 7th plane shift (to or from the Shadow Plane only; ×3), shadow blast (×3); 6th darkness (at will), dominate (×3); 5th shadow walk (×3; see shadow's swiftness); 4th invisibility; 3rd mind reading (at will); Cantrips (7th) chill touch, daze, read aura, shield
Burning Cold Fusillade Two ActionsTwo Actions The owb prophet makes three burning cold Strikes.Clutching Cold A creature hit by the prophet's burning cold Strike becomes immobilized in a cluster of binding ice crystals (Escape DC 31).Curse of Darkness Single ActionSingle Action (curse, darkness, evocation, occult) The owb inflicts a curse on one creature taking persistent cold damage from their burning cold Strike, stealing the victim's vibrancy. The creature must attempt a DC 32Fortitude save. On a failure, the creature gains light blindness and its coloration turns to washed out shades of gray, along with all equipment it carries, wields, or wears. These effects have an unlimited duration. Regardless of the result of its save, the creature is temporarily immune for 1 minute. If the owb uses this ability on a caligni, the curse can't be removed short of wish or similar powerful magic.Shadow's Swiftness An owb prophet can Cast shadow walk as a 3-action activity instead of 1 minute. If they do so, they target only themself.

Sidebar - Advice and Rules Forsaken Patrons

Each owb prophet gains its power through a connection with a Forsaken patron. The patron grants the owb additional spells and has its own religious symbol and favored weapons. Each entry notes any ability or occult innate spell the Forsaken grants to its prophets, plus its favored weapon.

Enkaar, the Malformed Prisoner: This mutilated horror is the Forsaken patron of fetters, lethargy, and physical corruption. Spell phantom pain (4th, at will); Favored Weapon spiked chain

Eyes That Watch: This strange trio of feline eyes is the Forsaken patron of inferiority, cats, and strangers. Ability lifesense 120 feet; Favored Weapon dagger

Grasping Iovett: A beautiful form of indescribable variety, Iovett is the Forsaken patron of accidents, parasites, and reckless lust. Spell charm (4th, at will); Favored Weapon shortsword

Husk: This androgynous creature is the Forsaken patron of emptiness, loneliness, and narcissism. Spell silence (4th, at will); Favored Weapon shortsword

Lady Razor: This stern magistrate forbids showing kindness or mercy to family members. Lady Razor is the Forsaken patron of family strife, suspicion, and vengeance. Spell weapon storm (4th, at will); Favored Weapon dagger

Reshmit of the Heavy Voice: Taking the form of a massive shadow, Reshmit is the Forsaken patron of broken things, forgetting, and unexpected violence. Spell modify memory (4th, at will); Favored Weapon morningstar

Thalaphyrr Martyr-Minder: The Forsaken patron of failed heroics, imprisonment, and squandered time. Spell slow (4th, at will); Favored Weapon spear

All Monsters in "Owb"

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Source Bestiary 3 pg. 196
These ancient denizens of the Shadow Plane appear as grayish humanoid torsos covered in translucent funeral veils of shadow. Silent and mysterious, they float about, absent legs to hold them aloft. Never speaking a word aloud, they instead reach into the minds of creatures around them to whisper and mumble curses, threats, and strange bits of forlorn augury.

These haunting creatures are revered by calignis as proxies of the Forsaken—a strange array of ancestor-like demigods whom many calignis worship. Some even believe owbs are the Forsaken manifested.

A multitude of owbs visit and even remain to advise caligni communities, as varied in personality as the Forsaken. All owbs share a hatred of light and color, except for the flickering glow of the burning cold magic they can hurl as a weapon. Owbs who live among calignis tend to prohibit the use of light and color, using their curse of darkness to quench violators if necessary. The only other similarity across all owbs is their entrenched desire to manipulate their charges through mind-reading and deception, though such manipulation can be either subtle or overt.

Sidebar - Additional Lore Shadows Among Shadows

Little is known about owbs' lives on the Shadow Plane. They keep to themselves so much that most other shadowy denizens either remain unaware of their presence or even disbelieve they exist. Some rumors suggest that these creatures lack any real power on the Shadow Plane and thus spend most of their time manipulating their strange caligni “children” on the Material Plane. Other theories indicate that owbs are even more subtle, able to manipulate creatures on the Shadow Plane without leaving behind any indication.