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Lizardfolk Scout

Iruxi scouts are the lizardfolk most often encountered by adventurers, for these explorers and hunters spend most of their lives on the move, constantly patrolling the territories held by their enclave. If intruders are driven off, it is the responsibility of the iruxi scouts to track them, observe them, and learn their ways and weaknesses so as to report back to the community and aid in the defense against potential reprisals.

Lizardfolk ScoutCreature 1

Source Bestiary pg. 231
Perception +8
Languages Common, Draconic, Iruxi
Skills Acrobatics +6, Athletics +5, Diplomacy +4, Nature +6, Stealth +6, Survival +8
Str +2, Dex +3, Con +1, Int -1, Wis +3, Cha +1
Items blowgun (10 darts, 1 of which is coated with giant centipede venom)
AC 17, Fort +6, Ref +8, Will +6
HP 17
Speed 25 feet, swim 20 feet

All Monsters in "Lizardfolk"

Lizardfolk Defender1
Lizardfolk Scout1
Lizardfolk Stargazer2


Source Bestiary pg. 230
When human scholars speak of ancient civilizations, they usually turn their focus to themselves, researching and lecturing on the first human empires. When they drift to others, they invariably look to cultures that had conflicts or alliances with ancient humanity. That the culture of the people called lizardfolk often gets ignored or forgotten even by well-meaning researchers is thus no surprise, but to the lizardfolk themselves it is no matter. They know their history and value its integrity and privacy—if younger ancestries like humanity aren’t interested in learning from lizardfolk empires dating back to before the rst human knocked two rocks together to make their first campfire, that’s fine with them.

The word “lizardfolk” is an excellent example of humanity’s narrow-sighted view of this culture. The name of their people is “iruxi,” but these reptilian humanoids have patiently and good-naturedly accepted the name “lizardfolk” as a variant, and they generally resist urges to call humans and other mammalians similarly derivative names in return. Iruxis dwell and thrive in all tropical and temperate biomes, but they are most at home in swamplands, coastal regions, and riverlands, for they are talented swimmers, and fish and aquatic plants make up a large part of their preferred diets.