Malacuzzi


A malacuzzi is a small creature shaped somewhat like a furred snake, with membranous wings that stretch the length of its body. These are tipped at the joint with small sharp claws, and there is a further set tipping the vestigial hind legs. On the ground they loop along like inch worms, but are quite graceful in the air. They are blood suckers, and will lie in wait on cliffs or up trees for a target to walk near, then launch themselves onto it and take a good bite. Then they cling on, sucking at the wound. Even large predators may be overcome by a swarm of malacuzzi.

STR

3

-14

DEX

12

+6

CON

3

-14

BOD

2

-16

INT

1

-9

EGO

6

-8

PRE

10

COM

0

-5

PD

1

ED

1

SPD

3

+8

REC

2

END

6

STUN

5

Total

-52

OCV

4

DCV

7

ECV

1

POWERS

12

1 point HKA @ 0 END, continuous (bite)

48

3 levels of shrinking always on @ 0 END

20

Find weakness (13-) : little monsters crawl into holes in armour, up sleeves, etc.

10

Clinging (little spiky claws)

10

10 " gliding

100

Total powers and skills

48

Total creature cost

NOTES

-6 to opponents' PER rolls, + 12 to KNB

50+

DISADVANTAGES

15

Physical limitation - no fine manipulation

25

Distinctive features - Predator (not concealable, extreme reaction)

-42

Nasty little bloodsucker bonus (minus)