Yuan-ti Pureblood

Yuan-ti Pureblood
Height: 4’8” – 4’10”
Weight: 85-120 lbs.
Ability Scores: +2 Charisma, +2 Dexterity or +2 Intelligence
Size: Medium
Speed: 6 Squares
Vision: Low-Light
Language: Common, Draconic (Primordial in Dark Sun)
Skill Bonuses: +2 Bluff, +2 Stealth
Reptilian: You are considered both a humanoid and a reptile for the purpose of effects that relate to creature type.

Human Ancestry: You have a large amount of human blood in your veins. You can take feats that have being human as a prerequisite (as well as those specifically for Yuan-ti Purebloods), as long as you meet any other requirements.

Poison Resistance: You have poison resistance equal to 5 + one-half your level.

Constrictor: You gain a +1 racial bonus to attack rolls against immobilized or restrained opponents.

Poison Spittle: You gain the Poison Spittle power.

Poison Spittle Yuan-ti Racial Power
Your face takes on a serpentine countenance and your hurl poison spit at your enemy.
Encounter* Poison
Minor Action Melee 5
Target: One Creature
Attack: Dexterity +3 vs Reflex or Intelligence +3 vs. Reflex. Increase the attack bonus to +6 at 11th and +9 at 21st level.
Hit: 1d8 + Dexterity or Intelligence modifier poison damage.
Level 11: 2d8 + Dexterity or Intelligence modifier poison damage.
Level 21: 3d8 + Dexterity or Intelligence modifier poison damage.
Special: When you create you character, choose Dexterity or Intelligence as the ability score you use when making attack rolls with this power. This choice remains throughout your character’s life and do not change the power’s other effects.

When the Reformer’s snuck into the Temple of the Sky Serpent, they met with its inhabitants, the Yuan-ti. At the time, there was a power struggle within two different casts. One led by the head priest Shieer. The other led by a renegade priest named Sha’kzitz who apparently discovered a way to godhood. The Reformer’s sided with S’esh’a’sesh and defeated the massive being that Sha’kzitz had become. As thanks for the reformer’s assistance, they promised their aid in the Reformer’s future tasks. Some reformer’s even became a pureblood whilst being cured of an old spell of the Yuan-ti.

Yuan-ti Pureblood

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