Centipedes (Forge)

Giant centipedes are flat-bodied, multi-segmented arthropods that can move across walls, floors, and ceilings at full speed. Centipedes are aggressive and attack creatures that disturb their lairs. Because they are small, up to eight centipedes may attack a single adversary.

Centipede, Giant

Hit Points 1d2
DV1 / DV2 1 / 1
Attack Value 1
# Attacks 1
Weapon Type Pincer
Damage 1d2
Saving Throws 16+
Speed Walk (1) / Run (3)

Giant centipedes attack with their pincers, inflicting 1d2 damage.

These giant arthropods live in dark places. They are known to lair in rotten wood or broken stone and generally feed upon small insects. They reach a length of almost two feet. They have a brownish color and appear bristly or hairy.

Centipede, Stone

Hit Points 1d4
DV1 / DV2 1 / 1
Attack Value 2
# Attacks 1
Weapon Type Pincer
Damage 1d3
Saving Throws 16+
Speed Walk (1) / Run (3)

A stone centipede uses its pincers to attack. Each successful hit inflicts 1d3 damage and injects poison into its victim. The victim must make a successful 3d6 stamina check or suffer minor pain and confusion for 2d4 minutes. During this time, the victim suffers a -1 AV penalty. The effects of the poison are not cumulative.

Stone centipedes live in loose soil, rotten wood, broken stone, damp leaves, and moss. Their main diets include insects, arachnids, and decaying matter. The stone variety of centipede reaches a length of three feet. They have a dark gray coloration.

Centipede, Striped

Hit Points 1d2
DV1 / DV2 1 / 1
Attack Value 1
# Attacks 1
Weapon Type Pincer
Damage 1d2 + poison
Saving Throws 16+
Speed Walk (1) / Run (3)

A striped centipede uses its pincers to inflict 1d2 damage and inject poison into its victim’s bloodstream. The victim must make a successful 3d6 stamina check against poison or suffer dizziness and confusion for 2d4 minutes. During this time, all attacks must only strike the victim’s DV2. The effects of the poison are not cumulative.

Striped centipedes lair in loose soil or rotted wood. They feed on insects and decaying matter. Striped centipedes reach an average length of eighteen inches, have brown coloration, and have a yellow streak that stretches down the length of their backs.