Wererat (Rogue 2) (Ratnook Hill)

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Wererat
Wererat.png

Lawful Evil (Human)

2 Rogue
Size
Medium
Speed
30 ft. ft.
Initiative
+3
STR
12
DEX
22
CON
18
INT
14
WIS
15
CHA
8

Skill
+11 Mobility +8 Perception
+11 Stealth
+12 Trickery

22 experience points

Defense
19 Hit points
AC
17

Flat-footed
10
Touch
15
Fortitude
+4
Will
+2
Reflex
+9

Resistance: Damage Reduction: 10/silver

Immune to:

Vulnerable to:

Offense
Shock Shortsword +1 / Masterwork Shortsword / Bite
Range: 2 ft.
Attack: (+4) / (+0) / (+2)
Damage: (1d6+2 P + 1d6 Electricity) / (1d6+0 P) / (1d4 SBP)

BASE ATTACK BONUS
+1/-/-/-
COMBAT MANEUVER
+2 Bonus 17 Defense

Features and Abilities
Charge, Treat Affliction
Fighting Defensively, Acrobatics (Mobility)
Sneak Attack, Rogue Proficiencies, Weapon Finesse, Trapfinding, Dodge, Evasion, Rogue Talent, Fast Stealth

Analyze Skill: Knowledge (World) DC 20 to 35


Wererat is an enemy in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

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Whether born naturally or afflicted with the curse of lycanthropy, wererats are lycanthropes who can switch between human and rat form and are common in crowded and dirty cities. They are one of the two most common forms of lycanthrope (the other is werewolf) and one of the most feared. They are also among the physically weakest, so rely on stealth and cunning to survive.

Like all lycanthropes, wererats have multiple forms, the most mundane forms they take are either as regular humans or rats. Whilst an infected wererat human form looks like they did before they were cursed (although sometimes taking on rat-like mannerisms) natural wererats tend to be short and wiry, often with a nervous disposition and darting rodent-like eyes. Wererats can also take on a hybrid form which combines their humanoid form with rat features. In this form they gain a long, twitchy tail, fur covers their whole body and their head becomes that of a rat giving them a nasty bite.

Wererats almost always dwell in cities for it is there where rats and humans most commonly co-habit and so it is where a wererat can most easily blend in. Many cities have wererat infestations from lawless slums like Riddleport to well-run cities like Korvosa. Because of their ability to blend in as rats and the mobility this grants them, wererats often find work in a thieves' guild.

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