Welcome to Friday fightnight where tonight we are looking at The Bakegamoto. Not only do we have a new creature to look at we also have the environmental conditions to look into to. So sit down, have a bit of fun (maybe a coffee) and lets have a look through the weeks encounter.
The Bakegamoto is a large dog like creature with a pushed in snout, large bat like ears and at least two large tusks jutting from their bottom jaw. The males are generally endowed with larger tusks and are a mixture of faun with a ruddy brown light mane that sprouts from the neck.
Females are generally lighter in colour without the mane but their tusks are shorter and generally thinner and sharper than the males. Trained bakegamoto are extremely obedient, strong and powerful. Normally kept by Oni captains or chieftains as a sign of power and strength they defend their master completely and obey orders to the best of their ability.
The snowy hills
The snowy hills pose an interesting mechanic for us. One way difficult terrain. Moving up the hill through the snow towards the camp is considered difficult terrain where as moving down isn’t. Patches of snow pose a further hindrance as fighting in these areas would impose disadvantage to dexterity checks and strength contests (not checks) due to the slippery mud and shin-to-knee deep snow.
That’s it for tonight. Tomorrow we will look at a improv night which I am looking forward to. As always don’t forget to come back this weekend to see the full picture and, as always, don’t forget to roll with advantage,
The Brazen Wolfe