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Name: HellDrake
Type: Asteroid Dwelling Predator

Dexterity: 4D
         Dodge 6D, Brawling Parrying 8D
Perception: 2D
         Search: tracking 4D
Strength: 5D
         Brawling 8D

Special Abilities
         Fangs: STR+1D damage
         Claws: STR+2D damage
         Horns: STR+3D damage
         Tail: STR+1D damage
         Armoured Carapace: +2D protection against physical and energy attacks
         Can survive in Vacuum

Move: 15
Size: 3m long, 2m tall

Description: The HellDrake is a predator that lives on asteroids surviving on the pickings that they can catch on their atmosphere-free home. They can eat almost any biological lifeform, and will attempt to board any vessels they find using them to propagate between these lifeless bodies. HellDrakes dislike atmospheres, and the presence of water causes their skin to rot over the period of days, which makes Mon Calimari vessels somewhat safe from these dangerous creatures. HellDrakes breed by implanting eggs into live victims, who feel compelled as the embryonic HellDrake grows within them to seek out an asteroid. The remains of the vessel often attracts new victims, but in times of famine they can form a silicon shell around themself and survive several centuries without food.


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