Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Supreme Brainskull Commander Patron for Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG

Supreme Brainskull Commander

Even interplanetary chaos needs a leader! Supreme Brainskull Commander leads his hordes of mutant Brainskull soldiers from his flagship, high above the planet, channeling his power through willing minions on the world below. His aims are as inscrutable as the motivation of those who foolishly choose to follow him. Is it the lust for power that drives them? The allure of high technology? Nihilistic madness? Best not to ask such questions. Just let the power of the cosmos course through your soul, oh supplicant of the Supreme Brainskull Commander.

Invoke Patron check results:

12-13               Brainskull is busy conquering other worlds. He waves a dismissive hand and a hologram of a hypnotic, swirling eyhe appears above the caster’s head. For 1d6+CL rounds, all enemies within 20’ must make a DC15 will save or be mesmerized by its spinning patterns. Those mesmerized are held immobile and cannot take any action until either the eye dissipates or the target is attacked or vigorously shaken.
14-17               A 5’ X 5’ square of silver glowing cosmic ooze appears beneath one target’s feet, immediately attacking with a pseudopod: Silver Glowing Cosmic Ooze (Init (always attacks last), Atk pseudopod +4 melee (1d4); AC 10; HD 2d8; MV 5’; climb 5’; Act 2d20; SP half damage from slicing and piercing weapons; SV Fort +6, Ref -8, Will -6, AL N). The ooze will use its second action each round to send out a psychic blast at one of the caster’s enemies within 50’. The target of the blast must make a DC 10 Will save or take 1d4 points of damage of intense cranial pain and suffer a nosebleed.
18-19               A freeze ray pistol materializes in the caster’s hand. Dmg Die 1d4 + Special, Rof 1, Spd -1, Range 80/160/240. Persons hit by the freeze ray must make a DC 15 Agility roll or be slowed to ½ movement for 1d3 rounds, with no other allowable actions. The freeze ray is good for 1d6 shots, then disappears into a nanite cloud that flies off into space.
20-23               A heat ray pistol materializes in the caster’s hand. Dmg Die 1d6 + Special, Rof 1, Spd -1, Range 80/160/240. Persons hit by the heat ray take 1d6 of fire damage and must make a DC 15 Agility roll or catch fire. Those on fire take 1d6 damage per round. A burning victim may take 1 round to smother the flames (giving up all other actions on that round and dropping any objects in hand) to make a DC 12 Agility roll to smother the flames. The fire burns until smothered. The ray is good for 1d8 shots, then disappears into a nanite cloud that flies off into space.
24-27               A shrink ray pistol materializes in the caster’s hand. Dmg: Special, Rof 1, Spd -1, Range 80/160/240 cone. The ray of this pistol is a cone expanding from the barrel of the weapon to a width of 50’ at its longest range. Those caught in the cone must make a DC 15 Agility roll or be shrunk to ¼ their original size. Shrunken victims suffer -8 to attacks and damage and lose ¾ of their hit points. At the end of 1 turn, victims return to normal size, attacks, damage, and hit points (minus any hit points lost while shrunk). The ray is good for 1d3 shots, then disappears into a nanite cloud that flies off into space. The ray is indiscriminate of friend or foe. All in the cone must make the save or suffer the consequences.
28-29               Two Brainskull Minions materialize next to the caster. They attack any foes of the caster. Brainskull Minions (Init +0; Atk Death Ray Rifle +0 missile (3d6); AC 17; HD 1d8+2; MV 30’; Act 1d20; SV Fort +0, Ref +0, Will +0, AL C). They will remain for CL+1 rounds of combat, at which point they are lifted into the sky along columns of blue light. If killed, they, and all their equipment, disintegrate into a cloud of nanites that flies off into space.
30-31               Two Brainskull Minions and a Giant Insect materialize next to the caster. They attack all foes of the caster. Brainskull Minions (Init +0; Atk Death Ray Rifle +0 missile (3d6); AC 17; HD 1d8+2; MV 30’; Act 1d20; SV Fort +0, Ref +0, Will +0, AL C). Giant Insect (Init +1; Atk Bite +2 melee (3d6); tomp +2 melee (1d6); AC 18; HD 4d10; MV 40’; Act 1d20, 1d16; SV Fort +2, Ref +1, Will +0, AL N). They will remain for CL+1d6 rounds of combat, at which point they are lifted into the sky along columns of blue light. If killed, they, and all their equipment, disintegrate into a cloud of nanites that flies off into space.
32+                  Two Brainskull Minions, a Giant Insect, and a Brainskull Battle Mecha materialize next to the caster. They attack all foes of the caster. Brainskull Minions (Init +0; Atk Death Ray Rifle +0 missile (3d6); AC 17; HD 1d8+2; MV 30’; Act 1d20; SV Fort +0, Ref +0, Will +0, AL C). Giant Insect (Init +1; Atk Bite +2 melee (3d6); tomp +2 melee (1d6); AC 18; HD 4d10; MV 40’; Act 1d20, 1d16; SV Fort +2, Ref +1, Will +0, AL N). Brainskull Battle Mecha (Init +3; Atk Pincer Claws X 2 (4d6+6); Stomp (5d10); AC 20; HD 8d10, MV 60’; Act 2d24; SP: Crit on 20-24, uses Crit Table 6: Giants; SV Fort +6, Ref +2, Will +2, AL N). They will remain for CL+1d30 rounds of combat, at which point they are lifted into the sky along columns of blue light. If killed, they, and all their equipment, disintegrate into a cloud of nanites that flies off into space. Note that the Mecha is piloted by a third Brainskull Minion, who will emerge from the Mecha and attack if the Mecha is destroyed. His stats are the same as the other Brainskull Minions.

Patron Taint: Supreme Brainskull Commander

When patron taint is indicated for Supreme Brainskull Commander, roll 1d6 on the table below. When a caster has acquired all six taints at all levels of effect, there is no need to continue rolling any more.

Roll                 Result

1                      The caster’s eyelids permanently fall off, his eyes become larger, and his pupils turn bright red. The caster can see 20’ in darkness. If this result is rolled a second time, the caster’s face assumes a skeletal aspect with green polyps hanging from the jowls. He suffers a permanent loss of 2 personality points. If this result is rolled a third time, all of the caster’s hair falls out of his head, his cranium swells, and the tissue of his skull softens, conforming to the shape of his now massive brain. He suffers a further permanent loss of 2 points of personality.

2                      The spellcaster’s voice becomes nasal to the point of sounding ridiculous. He suffers a permanent loss of 1 point of personality. If this result is rolled a second time, he inadvertently blurts out “Ack!” in place of some words. This can affect spellcasting negatively. Each time a spell is cast, the caster must make a Will save. On a roll of 1, the caster suffers a -1 penalty to his spell check roll. If this result is rolled a third time, the casters every other word is “Ack!”. Each time a spell is cast, the caster must make a DC 15 will save or suffer a -2 penalty to his spellcheck.

3                      The spellcaster gets asthma and suffers a permanent loss of 1 point of Stamina. If this result is rolled a second time, the caster is stricken with more severe asthma and is constantly coughing, suffering the effects of the earlier manifestation of asthma and and negating any chance of surprise. If the result is rolled a third time, the caster must seek and receive a glass-bubble-helmet-nitrogen-breathing apparatus or die within 24 hours. The Brainskull Commander Supreme will gladly exchange such an apparatus for, say, the caster’s hand or foot, for his experiments.

4                      The spellcaster develops and unhealthy obsession with stars and planets. They are all he wants to talk about. If this result is rolled a second time, the caster is convinced that everyone around him knows something about celestial bodies that they are holding back from him. He will take desperate measures, just short of killing, to get these secrets. If this result is rolled a third time, the caster must spend a night under the open sky or he will become so disturbed and disconsolate that he suffers a -6 to all spellchecks until he can do so. Clouded nights don’t help – he must spend a night under mostly-clear skies.

5                      The caster must undergo an experimental operation that replaces a finger or toe (player’s choice) with a tentacle, insect claw, or other non-human (and likely non-beneficial) digit. If this result is rolled a second time, an entire hand or foot (player’s choice) must be sacrificed and replaced. If this result is rolled a third time, an entire limb must be sacrificed and replaced.

6                      The caster becomes emaciated and unhealthy, permanently losing 1 point of Stamina. If this result is rolled a second time, the caster shrinks to a height of 4’ tall, permanently losing 2 points of Strength. If this result is rolled a third time, the caster’s internal organs are transformed into those of a Brainkiller Minion. He will be unable to eat normal food and must subsist on a diet of insects, worms, and cosmic ooze.

Patron Spells: Supreme Brainskull Commander

Loyal followers of Supreme Brainskull Commander gain access to three unique spells, as follows:

Level 1: Sensor Array
Level 2: Eye of Ackackerack
Level 3: Chariots of the Gods

Spellburn: Supreme Brainskull Commander

Supreme Brainskull Commander needs scouts to plan the final invasion. Therefore, he reluctantly gives you favors on the advice of his ambassador. When a caster utilizes spellburn, roll 1d4 and consult the table below or build off the suggestions to create an event specific to your home campaign:

Roll                 Spellburn Result

1                      A blue beam shoots down from above the caster, seemingly setting him alight with blue flame, manifesting as stat point loss.

2                      The caster is granted the spellburn bonus, but must plant the Brainskull flag (10 of which appear in the caster’s hand) on the 10 highest peaks within a 100 mile radius within the next 2 weeks.

3                      In a flicker, the caster disappears and reappears. He feels that he has been abducted and probed for several hours, resulting in stat loss.


4                      Supreme Brainskull commander needs brains! The caster may burn up to 15 points of spellburn with no ill-effect if he can extract a brain, intact, from a human being who has not been dead for longer than an hour before the extraction. As soon as the brain is extracted, Supreme Brainskull Commander will teleport the specimen to his flagship for experimentation. If the spellcaster fails to procure the specimen within 48 hours, he suffers the full 15 points + 1d4 extra points, spread across ability scores at the judge’s discretion.


Sensor Array

Level: 1 (Supreme Brainskull Commander)  Range: Varies  Duration: Varies  Casting time: 2 
rounds  Save: Varies (when appropriate), see below.

General:                     The caster’s ability to send and/or receive communication is enhanced.



Manifestation:            Roll 1d4: (1) A circular pulse, in the form of expanding red                                            rings, expand out from the caster. (2) A steady beeping sound                                        emanates from the caster. (3) Visible sine waves spread out                                            from the caster’s head in all directions. (4) Two metal antennae                                      sprout from the caster’s head. Sparks of electricity crackle                                              between them.

1                      Lost, failure, and patron taint. 

2-11                 Lost, failure

12-13              The caster’s sense of smell is greatly enhanced. His nose becomes so attuned
                        to the differences in odors that he can parse the smell of poison in a banquet                 meal, can uniquely identify the smell of individuals so as to know their                         identity (at least to separate their individual odors from one another) and their             relative location (though not their exact distance). Very faint odors can be                     detected up to 30’ away. This ability lasts for 1d3+CL turns.

14-17               Sounds within a 20’ radius of the caster are amplified greatly to the caster.                   There is a dampening that occurs so that suddenly loud noises will not deafen               the caster if he makes a DC 8 Fortitude save. Failure to make the save deafens               the caster for 1d6 rounds. Noises are amplified only to the caster’s ears. The                 caster can clearly hear a pin drop or a person shifting their weight. If the caster             does not move and concentrates, he can even hear and parse out individual                   heartbeats of those within range. This is cumulative with the smell sense and                 lasts 1d4+CL turns.

18-19               The caster’s sense of touch is heightened dramatically. The caster can feel                     slight temperature changes (such as a person’s face flushing red) or small air                 movements (the flutter of butterfly wings) up to 30’ away. As a result, the                     caster cannot be surprised, gains +2 to initiative, and gains and armor class                   bonus of +1. The caster can also sense secret doors by running his fingers                     along the wall, and so forth. Extreme hear or cold, however, only affect him as             normal. This ability is cumulative with the smell and hearing increases, as the               caster chooses. He need not accept these other increases, though he has that                   option if he so chooses. This effect lasts for 1d5+CL turns.

20-23               The caster’s sense of balance is heightened to such an extent that he gains an additional 1d10 action each round, gains +3 to initiative rolls and +2 to AC. He can also sneak silently and climb sheer surfaces like a neutral thief of the same level. This ability is cumulative with smell, hearing, and touch bonuses, as the caster chooses. He need not accept these other increases, though he has the option if he so chooses. If he does accept the touch bonuses along with the heightened balance, bonuses to initiative and AC are also cumulative. The effect lasts for 1d6+CL turns.

24-27               The caster’s sense of sight is heightened. He can see objects as if they were 10X closer. Small objects may be magnified up to 100X in the caster’s sight. This allows the caster to see secret doors within 20’ and allows the caster to find traps like a neutral thief of the same level. This ability is cumulative with the smell, hearing, touch, and balance increases, as the caster chooses. He need not accept these other increases, though he has that option if he so chooses. This effect lasts for 1d8+CL turns.

28-29               The caster gains x-ray vision, allowing him to see through up to 20’ of stone and 40’ of wood or other less-dense material. As long as he is not distracted and can concentrate for 1 round. Lead, gold, or silver foil this x-ray vision. This ability is cumulative with the smell, hearing, touch, balance, and sight increases, as the caster chooses. He need not accept these other increases, though he has that option if he so chooses. This effect lasts for 1d4 hours.

30-31               For a few moments, the caster’s full range of enhanced perceptions (as previously detailed), rises up to a bird’s-eye “view” (keep in mind that all senses are active, not just sight) 60’ above the caster’s body. The perception “array” or “net” is in the shape of a cone, beginning at the apex of the 60’ and expanding out and downward, with the caster in the exact center of the base of the cone, which extends in a 100’ radius out from the caster. Everything within the cone that is not magically invisible or on another plane of existence can be smelled, heard, felt, and seen (including the x-ray vision) by the caster with the same heightened sensitivities as described earlier. This effect lasts for 1d6+CL rounds and does not move if the caster moves. After this effect has expired, the caster’s senses “step down” to the effects described in (28-29) for 1d4 hours. Note that should the judge elect to show the player a map outlay of what is seen, he should only allow the player to see the map for the allotted number of rounds in real time, though the judge may “stop time” (covering up up the map in the meantime) to answer questions that would more or less instantaneously occur in the character’s mind, but take more real time to verbally express. The caster’s “perception” will manifest as a tiny flying saucer that rises out of the caster’s head, making a slight buzzing and humming sound as it ascends.

32+                  As (30-31), but the aerial view of perception lasts for 1d6+CL turns of real time, moves with the caster, and extends to 500’ in radius.

Eye of Ackackerack

Level: 2 (Supreme Brainskull Commander)    Range: Varies              Duration: Varies          Casting time: 1 round             Save: Varies, (when appropriate) see below.

General:                      The caster invokes the ancient Brainskull power of the mystical Eye of Ackackerack, an ancestor held as a near deity who ruled at the whim of whatever he felt like doing at the time. His chaotic whims are still manifest through this capricious invocation.

Manifestation:             Roll 1d4: (1) The caster’s forehead sprays blood as a third eye erupts, then shoots kaleidoscope patterns out in a cone before the caster, (2) The caster’s eyes become whirling black and white spirals, sparks shoot out of his tear ducts, (3) A glowing eye appears in the palm of each of the caster’s hands, (4) 1d30 eyes sprout all over the caster’s body. As a result, he gains +1 to initiative rolls next round.

1                                  Lost, failure, and patron taint.

2-11                             Lost, failure.

12-13                           Failure, but spell is not lost.

14-15                           For 2d8+CL rounds, all enemies within 30’ must make a DC15 Will save at -1 or be mesmerized. Those mesmerized are held immobile and cannot take any action until the spell expires or the target is attacked or physically traumatized. This trauma must entail at least 1 HP of damage to shock the target out of their mesmerized state.

16-19                           All enemies within 30’ must make a Will save versus spell check DC or fall asleep for 1d4 hours. Targets can be awakened by normal means using one action.

20-21                           All enemies within 60’ must make a DC 15 Will save or become deaf and blind for 1d4 hours.

22-25                           A green cloud of gas emanates from the caster’s magic eye(s) and extends into a rough sphere about 60’ in diameter. All enemies caught in the sphere are deprived of oxygen as a more nitrogen-rich atmosphere takes over. Targets must make a DC 17 Fortitude save or pass out for 1d10 minutes. For the first round spent in the cloud, targets take 1d3 of damage, then move up the dice chain each round, suffering suffocation damage: 1d4 in round 2, 1d5 in round 3, 1d6 in round 4, 1d7 in round 5, 1d8 in round 6, 1d10 in round 7, etc. Those in the cloud may be removed by others who enter the cloud, but these are also subject to its effects. Those who make their save are at half movement and unable to act except to drag another to safety. Anyone spending three cumulative rounds in the cloud, regardless of whether or not they made their save, suffer a permanent loss of 1 point of Intelligence. This is cumulative, with the loss applied every 3 consecutive rounds.

26-29                           A reverse-gravity wave emanates out in a 60’ diameter circle from the caster’s magic eye(s), affecting the caster’s enemies. This reversal flicks from one pole to another each round. Enemies must make an Agility save versus spell check DC or suffer 1d6 damage. If a critical success (natural 20) is indicated, the enemy does not move from that plane further (i.e., he is “stuck” on that surface) until the spell expires. This spell lasts for 2d12 turns.

30-31                           A meteor shoots out of (one of) the caster’s magical eye(s), with a range up to 100’. It unerringly hits its target, causing 2d6 of damage, then explodes, causing a further 6d6 of damage to all persons within 30’ of the target unless an Agility save versus the spell check result is made. If the save is successful, damage is halved. All are affected, friend or enemy.

32-33                           A dark nebula, complete with flickering stars, ebbs out of the caster’s magic eye(s) at a rate of 10’/round, out to a maximum of 60’ from the caster. Those enemies touched by the nebula are drained of 1d8 Hit Points and 1 point of Strength each. These hit points are added as a buffer to those of the caster and any damage taken by the caster is first applied to these “stolen” hit points. The caster also gains all the strength points and adds them to his own strength. This effect lasts for 1 full day. Though the strength fades after one day, the stolen hit points do not. They remain with the caster until “used up,” at which point the caster is “back down” to his normal maximum hit points

34+                              All enemies of the caster within 100’ are impregnated with a Brainskull egg. Each round, those impregnated must make a DC 15 Fortitude save or the egg hatches, killing the host instantly and allowing the emergence of a fully-formed, fully-equipped Brainskull Minion. If the save is successful for three rounds in a row, the egg has been aborted by the host body immune system. Even then, the host will suffer 1d6 points of damage per round. If the host dies before the egg hatches, the egg also dies. Hatched Brainskull Minions follow the caster until either he or they die. They remain wholly loyal to his command, even to the point of suicidal acts, if the caster so orders. Brainskull Minions (Init +0; Atk Death Ray Rifle +0 missile (3d6); AC 17; HD 1d8+2; MV 30’; Act 1d20; SV Fort +0, Ref +0, Will +0, AL C).

Note:   The caster may defer down to any lower result on the chart, if he so chooses.

                                                 Chariots of the Gods

   Level: 3 (Supreme Brainskull Commander)  Range: Varies  Duration: Varies Casting
time: 1 round Save: None

General:                       Supreme Brainskull Commander’s reach into space is grand. In order to strengthen his influence, he may see fit to loan technology to his followers in order to allow them transport and protection from enemies and the dangers of space (as well as terrestrial) travel.
Manifestation:             Roll 1d4: (1) A mist arises behind the                                           caster, then coalesces into massive black                                       and purple scintillating beetle wings, (2)                                       The caster’s hair and robes are cast back,                                     as if the caster is travelling at breakneck                                       speed, (3) The caster’s form “jumps”                                           with every movement, as if he was under                                     a strobe light. (4) A cloud of tiny flying                                       saucers buzz around the caster’s head for                                     the full duration of the spell.
1                                  Lost, failure, and patron taint.

2-11                             Lost, failure.

12-15                           Failure, but spell is not lost

16-17                           In a flash of lightning, a giant beetle with an iron and leather saddle appears. The caster is immediately in the saddle and in control of the creature at the end of the casting time. The creature will move in response to the caster’s will, but will attack enemies independently. Giant Beetle (Init +1; Atk: Bite +2 melee (3d6); Stomp +2 melee (1d6); AC 18; HD 4d10; MV 40’; Act 1d20; 1d16; SV Fort +6, Ref +2, Will +2, AL N)

18-21                           In a flash of lightning, the caster and up to 2 companions are transported into a floating chariot pulled by 2 Giant Beetles. The chariot floats 20’ above the ground and is attached to the bettles by lassos that glow with an orange light. The chariot gives +1 to the AC of each person in it and is itself AC 17, with 75 structural hit points. The Giant Beetles can simultaneously pull the chariot and attack enemies. Giant Beetle (Init +1; Atk: Bite +2 melee (3d6); Stomp +2 melee (1d6); AC 18; HD 4d10; MV 40’; Act 1d20; 1d16; SV Fort +6, Ref +2, Will +2, AL N). The chariot and Giant Beetles remain for 1d8+CL rounds, at which point the caster and companions are dismounted and the chariot and beetles are lifted into the sky along a blue column of light. If killed (or destroyed, in the case of the chariot), they disintegrate into a cloud of nanites that flies off into space.

22-23                           A pterodactyl with a silk and brass saddle appears. The caster is immediately in the saddle and in control of the creature at the end of casting time. The creature will move in response to the caster’s will, but will attack enemies independently. Pterodactyl (Init +2; Atk Bite +3 melee (4d6); claw +3 melee (3d6); AC 17; HD 6d10; MV 70’ flying; ACT 1d20, 2d16; SV Fort +4, Ref +4, Will +2, AL N). The pterodactyl remains for 1d10+CL rounds, at which point the caster is dismounted and the pterodactyl flies up along a blue column of light. If killed, it disintegrates into a cloud of nanites that flies off into space.

24-26                           A magic carpet appears under the caster and up to 2 companions. The carpet flies at 100’ and remains for 1d4 hours, after which the occupants are landed savely and the carpet unravels and vanishes. While on the carpet, all riders gain +2 to AC due to the incredible maneuverability of the carpet.

27-31                           The caster and up to 3 companions materialize in the driver’s seat of a bubble car, a small flying machine with enclosed glass, full internal environmental controls, whatever music the caster desires, and a bottle of fresh water. The vehicle requires little concentration to control, freeing the caster up for other activities. This vehicle can be submerged under thousands of feet of water or travel into the vacuum of space with no discomfort to the caster. Furthermore, the car imparts +7 to all passengers’ AC (in relation to all enemies outside the car), has 200 hit points of structural integrity, and travels at 120’. It remains for 1d6 hours, after which it lands on the nearest safe spot and disintegrates into a cloud of nanites, which flies off into space.

32-33                           The caster and up to five companions are transported into a flying saucer, 40’ in diameter, topped by a see-through bubble that allows 360-degree sight to the world above or parallel to the edge of the ship’s disk. It has full internal environmental controls (-200F to 200F), whatever music the caster desires, a cooler filled with 20 water bottles, a first-aid-kit (apply to heal 1d4 damage), and the ability to set course automatically for any point within visual sight (magically-enhanced sight can extend the range as it only depends on what the caster can see). The vehicle requires little concentration to control, freeing the caster up for other activities. This vehicle can be submerged under thousands of feet of water or travel into the vacuum of space with no discomfort to the caster. Furthermore, the saucer imparts +10 to all passengers’ AC (in relation to all enemies outside the car), has 500 hit points of structural integrity, and travels at 200’. It remains for 1d8 hours, after which it lands on the nearest safe spot and disintegrates into a cloud of nanites, which flies off into space.

34-35                           The caster and up to eight companions are transported into a flying saucer, 60’ in diameter. This is a completely enclosed metal disc, though the crew can see outside by means of one-way viewports that allow sight in any direction. Magnification can bring objects into view from hundreds of miles away. It has full internal environmental controls (-300F to 300F), whatever music the caster desires, a fresh water dispenser with an infinite water supply, 3 first-aid-kits (apply to heal 1d4 damage), and the ability to set course automatically for any point up to 10,000 miles away. The vehicle requires little concentration to control, freeing the caster up for other activities. This vehicle can withstand any environment short of plunging into a sun with no discomfort to the caster. It is impermeable to all kinetic weapons, but may be subject to beam weapons. It has 800 hit points of structural integrity, and travels at 500’. It remains for one full day, after which it lands on the nearest safe spot and disintegrates into a cloud of nanites, which flies off into space.

36+                             The caster and up to 500 companions are transported to a flying saucer mothership measuring 1000’ in diameter. All the amenities and comforts previously mentioned are included, but on a larger scale. The mothership contains 10 large flying saucers and 100 bubble cars in its hold. It also contains 500 vacuum suits, which allow an individual to survive in the vacuum of space for up to one full day. The mothership can travel at 98% the speed of light and is impervious to any outside attack or environment short of a black hole. It remains for 1d3 days, after which it lands and disintegrates into a cloud of nanites, which flies off into space.


[For another patron of my creation, see The Dimensional Dogs]

PS: Apologies for the super-crappy formatting. Definitely not my strength, as you can see . . . urgh.

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