Friday, May 16, 2014

Cross Planes Drifter: Godzooky (For Labyrinth Lord)


Godzooky

Frequency: Very Rare
No. Encountered: Unique
Size: Large
Move: 60 ft; 60 ft. gliding
Armour Class: 3 (17)
Hit Dice: 6
Attacks: Spew Smoke or Calls his Uncle Godzilla
Damage: 1d3 damage
Special Attacks: Godzooky has a 98% chance to call his Uncle Godzilla as an action.  Godzilla will arrive in 1d4 rounds.
Special Defences: Takes half-damage from non-magical weapons
Magic Resistance: Standard
Lair Probability: 10%
Intelligence: Average
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Level/XP: 6/400
               

Treasure: None.



If you grew up in the '70's and '80's you remember Godzooky.  Godzilla premieres today and I had him on my mind.


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