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|Size/Type:||Tiny Magical Beast (Extraplanar)|
|Hit Dice:||1/2d10-1 (1 hp)|
|Initiative:||-1 (-1 Dex)|
|Armor Class:||12 (+2 size, -1 Dex, +1 natural), touch 11, flat-footed 12|
|Attack:||Slam -2 melee (1d2-4)|
|Full Attack:||Slam -2 melee (1d2-4)|
|Space/Reach:||2.5 ft./0 ft.|
|Saves:||Fort +0, Ref +0, Will -1|
|Abilities:||Str 2, Dex 9, Con 8, Int 4, Wis 9, Cha 15|
|Advancement:||1-3 HD (Tiny)|
Togepi are weird little egg looking things that have spikes sticking out of their heads. Togepi have no real control over what magical power they have, and are a danger to themselves and others. Togepi are somewhat luckier than other creatures, and are good natured. Legends say that Togepi can bring their happiness and luck to other people - especially if they are balanced properly in their sleep.
Togepi are naive and virtually worthless in battle, and attempt to avoid combat if at all possible.
- Round 1: Use Metronome, hope for the best.
- Round 2: If combat is still happening at this point, Togepi is pretty much screwed.
- Round 3: Take a wild guess.
Metronome (Sp): At will, a Togepi can trigger the expenditure of considerable amounts of minimally controlled arcane power. When it does so, an arcane effect is generated. If a Togepi uses this ability, it cannot use it again for 1d6+1 rounds. The DM may choose what happens at this point (generally equivalent to a 2nd-level spell effect), or you can roll on this table:
|10:||protection from arrows|
|17:||body of the sun|
A Togepi can target the spell after it knows what it will be, but cannot voluntarily retract a spell once Metronome has been begun. The spell goes off as if the Togepi had cast the spell itself, at a caster level equal to the Togepi's HD+1 (rounded down). If, for whatever reason, the spell has no legal target the arcane energy explodes, as if the Togepi had suffered a scroll mishap with a 2nd level scroll.
Lucky (Ex): Once per day a Togepi can reroll any roll it makes, exactly as if it had the Luck Domain special ability. This can be used to avert a particularly disastrous Metronome effect, and often is.
- Tome and Blood
- Masters of the Wild
- Song and Silence