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''That's not a Morphus... this is a Morphus!'', Kangaroo Dundee, Nightbane.
The Nightbane's Morphus form contains some attributes from any one of the many
species of Kangaroos. Kangaroos are jumping marsupials of the family Macropodid. They inhabit Australia, New Guinea, and adjacent islands, They have long and strong hind legs and a large tail, while the fore legs are comparatively short and feeble. The giant kangaroo is the largest species, sometimes becoming twelve or fourteen feet in total length. There are also tree kangaroos, rock kangaroos, and the brush kangaroos who inhabit wooded districts.
Note: This table is an animal form table.
01-15% Full Kangaroo: The Nightbane's body resembles that of an
Kangaroo, at least 6 feet tall. Add a bonus of 3D4x10 to S.D.C., 4 to P.S. and
P.E., 5 to P.P., 2 to Perception rolls, 1D4 to Horror Factor and 5D6 to Spd.
16-45% Were-Kangaroo: The Nightbane is a vaguely humanoid, but
Kangaroo-like. He has a completely kangaroo like head, and oddly shaped legs and a
thick tail. But his torso and arms are too large and muscular to be a kangaroo.
Add 2D4x10 to S.D.C., 3 to P.S. and P.E., 4 to P.P., 1 to Perception rolls, 1D4 to
Horror Factor and 3D6 to S.P.D.
46-60% Humanoid Kangaroo: The Nightbane could pass for human in a
but closer inspection reveals fine fur, muscular legs, and long ears and nose. Add
2D4x10 to S.D.C., 2 to P.S. and P.E., 1D4 to Horror Factor and 2D6 to Spd.
61-75% Kangaroo Head: The Nightbane has a completely normal body
for possible other characteristics) but the head of Kangaroo. Add 2 to Perception
rolls, 2D6 to S.D.C. and 2 to Horror Factor.
76-90% Kangaroo Legs: The Nightbane has a normal upper body, but
body is replaced with large kangaroo legs and a thick tail. Add 1D6x10 to S.D.C.,
2 to P.P., 2 to Horror Factor and 5D6 to Spd.
91-100% Kangaroo Tail: The Nightbane has a thick, furry tail that
is so long it
rests on the ground. Add 2 to P.P., 1 to Horror Factor and 1D4x10 to S.D.C.
Created by Mathew R. Ignash, March, 2002 (email@example.com)
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