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Duergar Sharpshooter

Duergar sharpshooters serve both as ranged support for slaver parties and as snipers posted on towers overlooking quarries and other areas where enslaved workers toil away the hours. Duergar sharpshooters also specialize in nonlethal methods of ranged combat—tactics they are often called upon to use when quelling slave riots or capturing escaped slaves.

Duergar SharpshooterCreature 0

Source Bestiary pg. 138
Perception +4; darkvision
Languages Common, Dwarven, Undercommon
Skills Athletics +3, Stealth +5
Str +1, Dex +3, Con +3, Int +0, Wis +1, Cha -2
Items chain shirt, crossbow, light mace
AC 17, Fort +7, Ref +7, Will +4; +2 status to saves vs. magic
HP 16
Light Blindness
Speed 20 feet

All Monsters in "Duergar"

Duergar Bombardier1
Duergar Sharpshooter0
Duergar Taskmaster2


Source Bestiary pg. 138
Deep beneath the surface, duergars stubbornly claim the ancestral subterranean homelands of the dwarves as their own, having refused to venture to the surface along with their modern dwarven cousins. An exiled dwarven deity named Droskar offered duergars salvation from the horrors of the Darklands, and in exchange duergars endlessly toil in his honor within their subterranean empire. Notorious slavers, duergars regularly raid other Darklands settlements as well as surface communities in constant search of living beings to task with endless amounts of work in their harsh and exhausting settlements.

Duergars are gray-skinned creatures, often referred to as “ashen” by those surface dwarves willing to speak of them. These subterranean dwarves have a strong natural connection with cave-dwelling vermin, and it’s common to see duergar caravans drawn by teams of immense beetles. Most duergars devote themselves to the worship of Droskar, a taskmaster of a god who demands back-breaking toil in addition to regular prayer. Duergar leadership often consists of powerful divine servants of Droskar, along with incredibly stout warriors whose martial prowess ensures they can overcome any direct threat to their rule. Almost every aspect of duergar society is controlled by a strict hierarchy of leadership, with taskmasters directing subordinates across all walks of life.