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Pugwampi

Mean, dog-faced, and craven, pugwampis take disproportionate enjoyment from the accidents and missteps of other creatures—something that happens often due to the supernatural aura of ill fortune these gremlins project. They enjoy preparing pranks involving spikes, excrement, pits full of spiders, and the like. Pugwampis are somewhat deaf and thus often yell loudly to each other when not hiding. Many pugwampis worship gnolls as gods and aspire to be more like gnolls, although gnolls hate pugwampis even more than most creatures do, due to their sycophantic fawning.

Recall Knowledge (Nature): DC 14

PugwampiCreature 0

NETinyFeyGremlin
Source Bestiary pg. 193
Perception +6; (–2 to hear things); darkvision
Languages Gnoll, Undercommon
Skills Crafting +2, Deception +2, Nature +4, Stealth +5, Thievery +5
Str -3, Dex +3, Con +0, Int +0, Wis +2, Cha -2
Items shortbow (60 arrows), shortsword
AC 16, Fort +5, Ref +8, Will +6
HP 17; Weaknesses cold iron 2
Unluck Aura (aura, divination, mental, misfortune, primal) 20 feet. Creatures other than animals, gremlins, and gnolls in the aura become extremely unlucky (DC 16 Will save; creature must roll this Will save twice and take the worse result). On a successful save, the creature is temporarily immune to pugwampi unluck auras for 24 hours. On a failure, the creature must roll twice and take the worse result on all checks as long as it is within the aura.
Speed 25 feet
Melee Single ActionSingle Action shortsword +8 (agile, finesse, magical, versatile S), Damage 1d6-3 slashingRanged Single ActionSingle Action shortbow +8 (deadly 1d10, magical, range increment 60 feet, reload 0), Damage 1d6 piercingPrimal Innate Spells DC 16; 2nd speak with animals (at will); Cantrips (1st) prestidigitation

All Monsters in "Gremlin"

NameLevel
Jinkin1
Mitflit-1
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Gremlin

Source Bestiary pg. 192
Gremlins are cruel fey tricksters and saboteurs who have fully acclimated to life on the Material Plane, finding distinct niches for their inventive destructiveness. All gremlins delight in ruining or breaking things, whether it’s something physical like a device or vehicle or something intangible such as an alliance or relationship. A gremlin’s greatest joy is watching the collapse of complex creations, preferably after the lightest and slightest, carefully targeted push from the gremlin. Gremlins tend to denigrate, bully, or even slaughter their lesser kin, particularly mitflits, whom gremlins (and many others) derisively call “mites.”

Gremlin "Treasure"

All gremlins are hoarders, and their nests are cluttered with objects both valuable and worthless. Sorting through a gremlin nest can reveal unexpected treasures like pieces of jewelry or minor magic items, but care must also be taken to avoid being cut on rusty shards of metal, picking up cursed items, or disturbing a hidden nest of venomous vermin.

Gremlin Bells

Superstitious societies sometimes hang tiny bells made of semiprecious metals in the belief that such bells will dissuade gremlins from destroying an affixed object or infesting a home. Strangely enough, most gremlins believe this superstition as well, and even when a gremlin bell hasn’t been magically enhanced, a gremlin usually won’t risk tinkering with objects that seem to be protected in such a manner.