Dobie (5e Monster)
Unofficial conversion of a 2e monster.
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|Tiny Fey, Neutral Good|
|Armor Class: 10 (14 in natural settings)|
|Hit Points: 4 (1d8)|
|Speed: 30 ft.|
|Senses: Darkvision 60 feet, passive Perception 14|
|Challenge: 1/4 (50 xp)Proficiency Bonus (PB): +2|
Gulliable. The dobie has disadvantage on saving throws against illusion spells and magic.
Improvised Weapon Strike. Melee Weapon Attack: +1 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 2 (1d4-1) bludgeoning damage.
Dobies are tiny (about 2 foot tall) fey who like to exchange their help for food. They dress in clothing similar to peasant farmers. They look like brownies, but their ears are barely pointed.
In the Feywild, they are gatherers living off the bounty of the land. Often they will attach themselves to good-aligned fey and offer to do menial tasks for food.
On the Material Plane, they attach themselves to a farm. They do small tasks in exchange for gleaning the fields after harvest.
In either case, they are very loyal to "their" fey or farm and will attempt to protect it if threatened.
Sources and Notes
- ↑ Conversion of 2e creature in Dragon #206 ("Dragon's Bestiary: The good, the bad, and the clumsy" by Spike Y. Jones) by user:Rlyehable. Unofficial conversion licensed: CC-BY-SA with original copyrights recognized and unchallenged.
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|Alignment||Neutral Good +|
|Challenge Rating||1/4 +|
|Experience Points||50 +|
|Features||Gulliable +, Innate Spellcasting +, Improvised Weapon Strike +, Confuse Languages + and Ray of Clumsiness +|
|Hit Dice||1d8 +|
|Hit Points||4 +|
|Identifier||5e Monster +|
|SortText||Dobie 5e +|
|Summary||Dobies are tiny anthropoid fey. They desire to be helpful, but are bumbling. +|