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Chimpanzee Visitant

Common circus animals viewed as expendable by their caretakers are perhaps the most likely to rise as visitants. Animals that die en masse—such as in a tent fire or other disaster—can even form packs of roving undead.

Recall Knowledge - Animal (Nature): DC 18
Recall Knowledge - Undead (Religion): DC 18

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Chimpanzee VisitantCreature 3

NESmallAnimalUndead
Source Pathfinder #152: Legacy of the Lost God pg. 83
Perception +9; darkvision, lifesense (imprecise) 60 feet
Skills Acrobatics +11, Athletics +10
Str +3, Dex +4, Con +3, Int -4, Wis +1, Cha -1
AC 18; Fort +8, Ref +11, Will +10
HP 55 (negative healing); Immunities death effects, disease, paralyzed, poison, unconscious; Weaknesses positive 5, whip vulnerability
Vengeful Presence (aura, emotion, enchantment, mental) 20 feet. A creature that starts its turn within the visitant’s aura must succeed at a DC 16 Will save or be overcome with a thirst for vengeance. For 1d4 rounds (1 minute on a critical failure), if the affected creature was attacked within the last round (whether or not the attack hit), the creature must use at least 1 action per round to Strike or use a hostile action toward its last attacker as long as the attacker is still alive. Failure to do so deals the affected creature 1d6 mental damage, plus 1d6 for every 5 levels the visitant has.
Whip Vulnerability A chimpanzee visitant takes 5 additional damage from whips.
Speed 25 feet
Melee Single ActionSingle Action jaws +12 [+8/+4] (agile), Damage 2d6+5 piercing plus rabiesMelee Single ActionSingle Action claw +13 [+9/+5] (agile, finesse), Damage 2d4+3 slashing plus GrabMauler The visitant gains a +2 circumstance bonus to damage rolls against a creature it has grabbed.Rabies (disease) Visitants can be carriers of diseases, even if they are immune to their effects. Saving Throw DC 16 Fortitude. Stage 1 sickened 1 (1 day); Stage 2 sickened 2 (1 day); Stage 3 confusion (1 day); Stage 4 dead

All Monsters in "Visitant"

NameLevel
Chimpanzee Visitant3
Lion Visitant5

Visitant

Source Pathfinder #152: Legacy of the Lost God pg. 82
Although the wild creatures seen at traveling circuses can entertain and amaze, the lives of such animals and beasts are sometimes sad and cruel. Circus owners who mistreat their animals through harsh discipline or overtraining see little wrong with their mercilessness, even going so far as to slaughter their entertainers—supposedly “by accident”—via neglect or abuse. The victims of such cruelty who cannot move onto the afterlife—either because they somehow become infused with negative energy or their spirits cannot rest without first enacting revenge on their assailants—occasionally rise from the dead as visitants.

These undead monsters haunt the sites of their demise and search out the masters who made their lives so hellish with only one goal in mind: vengeance. When they can’t locate their particular abuser, or if they are still unable to rest even after confronting their aggressor, visitants seek out similarly evil harmers of animals, becoming torturers of torturers. However, visitants are for the most part unable to distinguish between individual members of a species; thus, if a visitant was abused by a human trainer, any human that crosses its path may become a target of its rage.

A visitant resembles a zombified animal, but it retains a spark of the animal intelligence it had in life, making it all the more dangerous as a result. Visitants’ bodies are marred by the horrors of their brutal existences: Their mouths are furrowed in a constant snarl, with a black ichor dripping from their cracked, rotten lips. Whip scars from their hours of “training” glow with an unnatural purple light. And perhaps above all, their eyes mark them as touched by undeath—sunken horribly deep into their skull, leaking blood or other fluid, and glowing with an aura of dread and palpable anger.

Visitant Abilities

You can modify visitants by applying the following abilities. Most visitants have one of these abilities, but more powerful visitants might have more, in which you might consider increasing the visitant’s level and statistics.
Noxious Breath Two ActionsTwo Actions The visitant exhales sharply, releasing pungent fumes from its lungs in a 15-foot cone. Each creature in the area must succeed at a Fortitude save or become sickened 1 (sickened 2 on a critical failure).
Roar Single ActionSingle Action (auditory, concentrate, emotion, enchantment, fear, mental, primal) The visitant lets out a loud and horrifying roar. Each creature within 100 feet must attempt at a Will save. No matter the result, affected creatures are then temporarily immune to the effect for 1 minute.
Critical Success The creature is unaffected.
Success The creature is frightened 1.
Failure The creature is frightened 2.
Critical Failure The creature is frightened 3.
Vengeful Presence (aura, emotion, enchantment, mental) 20 feet. A creature that starts its turn within the visitant’s aura must succeed at a Will save or be overcome with a thirst for vengeance. For 1d4 rounds (1 minute on a critical failure), if the affected creature was attacked within the last round (whether or not the attack hit), the creature must use at least 1 action per round to Strike or use a hostile action toward its last attacker as long as the attacker is still alive. Failure to do so deals the affected creature 1d6 mental damage, plus 1d6 for every 5 levels the visitant has.
Wrestle Single ActionSingle Action The visitant makes a claw Strike against a creature it has grabbed. If the attack hits, that creature is knocked prone.

Sidebar - Advice and Rules Creating Visitants

To create a visitant animal, use one of the stat blocks on this page as a starting point. Adjust the size as necessary and give its Strikes reach if it’s Huge or larger. Visitants can also be made using a zombie stat block as a base; in this case, adjust the creature’s Intelligence to –4. All visitants have imprecise lifesense as an additional sense.

Sidebar - Advice and Rules Visitant Spells

Some visitants can cast the following innate occult spells. If you give a visitant the following spells, consider removing one of its other special abilities.
Occult Innate Spells DC varies, spell attack varies; 1st fear, ray of enfeeblement; Constant (1st) detect alignment (evil only)