Avatar of Dkar
Huge natural magical beast
Level 15 Solo Soldier XP 6000
Initiative +14 Senses Perception +12; Darkvision
Lightning Storm aura 5; each enemy that starts its turn within the aura takes 10 lightning damage.
HP 596; Bloodied 298
AC 31; Fortitude 28, Reflex 27, Will 26
Immune disease, petrification, poison; Resist 15 lightning, 15 thunder
Saving Throws +5
Speed 6, fly 8 (hover)
Action Points 2
Lightning Trawl (standard, at-will) Lightning
Reach 3; +22 vs AC; 2d8+6 lightning damage.
Thunderous Strike (standard, at-will) Thunder
Reach 3; +20 vs Fortitude; 2d8+6 thunder damage.
Avatar Blitz (standard, at-will)
The avatar of Dkar makes a lightning trawl attack against each enemy within reach. It also attacks one creature with a thunderous strike
Envelop (standard, recharges when no creature is affected by this power)
Reach 3; +20 vs Reflex; 2d8+6 damage, and a Medium or smaller target is enveloped. An enveloped target is grabbed and restrained. An enveloped creature has line of sight and line of effect only to the avatar, and no creature has line of sight or line of effect to it. A creature that escapes the grab is no longer enveloped and appears in a space adjacent to the avatar. An avatar can move normally while it has a target grabbed in this way. When the avatar is destroyed, the target can escape as a move action, appearing in the avatar’s former space. Sustain Minor: The avatar sustains the grab, and the target takes 15 damage.
Howling Winds (standard, at-will)
Close burst 5; +20 vs Fortitude; 2d8+7 damage, and the target falls prone.
Storm Lash (standard, recharge ) Lightning
Close blast 5; +20 vs Reflex; 3d10+7 lightning damage, and the target is dazed until the end of its next turn. Miss: Half damage.
Alignment Unaligned Languages Primordial
Str 22 (+13) Dex 21 (+12) Wis 20 (+12)
Con 21 (+12) Int 6 (+5) Cha 12 (+8)
Description: An avatar of Dkar appears as a distinct blot of boiling stormcloud constantly sparking with lightning, rumbling with thunder, and flashing odd, chaotic colors. Between peals of thunder, the visage of a furious humanoid face briefly resolves before being wiped away by the next onslaught.
Published in Dungeon Magazine 174, page(s) 88.