Sethlarn

The Sethlarn are a magical kind of dragon-like beings. Their shape is that of Dragons, but their leathery skin is coarse and black. Their eyes gleam a pale yellow. They reach a height of three steps, and a wingspan of five steps.

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Foe
Type: Magical Being
Wounds: 18
Protection: 1
Arcana: 12
Actions: 2
Minimum Roll: 5
Walking Range: 10m
Perception: 2
Quickness: 3
Resistances: Fire,Magic
Weaknesses: Shock
Actions
Claws (10): Piercing 1, Bleeding 1
Dark Magic (8): The Sethlarn are proficient in the spells of Black and Lizard magic, which they use intuitively. If this roll succeeds, the effect of a spell with __power__ corresponding to the successes takes effect and the Sethlarn loses 1D6 arcana.
Foe
Type: Magical Being
Wounds: 18
Protection: 1
Arcana: 12
Actions: 2
Minimum Roll: 5
Walking Range: 10m
Perception: 2
Quickness: 3
Resistances: Fire,Magic
Weaknesses: Shock
Actions
Claws (10): Piercing 1, Bleeding 1
Dark Magic (8): The Sethlarn are proficient in the spells of Black and Lizard magic, which they use intuitively. If this roll succeeds, the effect of a spell with __power__ corresponding to the successes takes effect and the Sethlarn loses 1D6 arcana.

The Sethlarn are a magical kind of dragon-like beings. Their shape is that of Dragons, but their leathery skin is coarse and black. Their eyes gleam a pale yellow. They reach a height of three steps, and a wingspan of five steps.

The Sethlarn have their home in the south of the continent, in the mountains of the Xordai. According to legend, they were created by the Fallen One, the dragon Aspersia, after she slipped away into the Underworld. In the time of the Servants, when the dwarven nations were slowly growing again, Aspersia sent her children to destroy the old Xordai people. They almost succeeded in this task, but the Dwarves retreated back underground, where they outnumbered the Sethlarn.

Since then there have been Sethlarn in these mountains. Outside of it, only one Sethlarn has been sighted until the seventh century. And even that is only true if the creature in Harda's Lockheist was indeed a Sethlarn. In the eighth century, something unknown moves the Sethlarn to head north.