"Shiren the Ukiyokai"
Random Oni Table Rolls
81 - Bird; barrel chested, broad upper body, narrow lower abdomen.
21 - Human face; no horror factor bonus.
33 - Pointed nose three times larger than a normal human.
87 - Roll again for eye shape (or pick one), but has four of them.
28 - Human mouth with fangs and sharp teeth. 2D4 M.D. from bite.
96 - Octopus-like tentacles instead of arms; twice as long as human arms; 2D6 M.D. from whip attack, +4 to entangle/grab/hold.
83 - Animal-like; hover or like bear. 6D6 speed attribute. According to [Zack] that means whatever I like, so more tentacles!
90 - Tail of a lizard.
35 - Fiery Red Skin.
Description: Originally born in the eastern provinces, Shiren used to have a career as a undersecretary for a rather cruel Lich Lord who ran a busy and quite lucrative Dungeon just off the coast of Amn. Although her pay was largely commission based, Shiren's skills as an Enchanter and Illusionist earned her quite an income due to the bonuses garnered from adventurers she frequently lured (and did largely unspeakable things to) in her lair.
Soon she had squirreled away a small fortune in baubles and magical trinkets and it was not long before she had resigned her post, packed her belongings and retired to live a life of luxury in the eversunny holiday plane of B'ar-Ba'dos.
Still, old habits die hard, and it is quite often that screams of torment can be heard echoing long into the night from some holiday maker she's tempted back to her room using her wiles.The Verdict
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