Monday, July 2, 2012

Masters of the Universe Monday: Scare Glow

Scare Glow was a shifty bounty hunter, who spent years attempting to break into Castle Grayskull, by the name of Karak Nul. He became obsessed with the countless legends that it contained the power to be the Master of the Universe and lost his life trying to break into it. In death, he was cursed and banished into the dimension of Infinita, forever chained to his past crimes. He was brought back to Eternia by a magical spell of light cast by Skeletor to locate the most evil warriors in the five dimensions. Provided with the Scythe of Doom, Nul agreed to join forces with Skeletor and quickly became known as Scar Glow, thanks to his ability to burst forth and freeze his enemies with dread.

He is a skeletal ghost warrior, who seems to have a solid but translucent body, and whose bones emit a strong glow which can intimidate even the bravest opponents.

Scare Glow
Evil Medium ghost

Initiative +2

AC 12

HP 80

Str 14 (+2) Dex 14 (+2) Con 0 (+0)

Int 15 (+2) Wis 9 (-1) Cha 10 (+0)

Space/Reach 5 feet/5 feet

Speed 60

Melee Attack scythe of doom +7 (1d8+5 slashing), reach 10 feet

Ranged Attack dread glow +5 (1d6+2 necrotic, miss 2 necrotic), aura 5 feet

Special Traits etheral; immune to charm, frightened, paralysis, sleep, starvation; resistance to necrotic damage

XP 400

Dread Glow Scare Glow emits a 5 foot aura all around him that causes his enemies to have disadvantage on any roll they make while in his aura.

Scythe of Doom +3 scythe that may cast Enervation 1/day.

Combat Scare Glow charges into the midst of combat to best use his dread glow on as many enemies as possible and relies on his Scythe of Doom to finish off opponents.

Habitat and Society Scare Glow was a thief, black mailer and burglar in life. He has a strong understanding of psychology and focuses on tactics that throw his enemies off guard and cause morale to fail.

Legend and Lore Scare Glow attempted to break into Caste Greyskull and is an excellent field commander. He has tried to pass himself off as the ghost of Skeletor from the future.

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