Aspect of the Caterpillar (3.5e Feat)
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3: You may unleash a burst of acid that deals 1d4 acid damage per hivemaster level to a single target within 30 feet as a swift action.
7: You can create a chrysalis that protects you from harm. This coccoon functions as a resilient sphere, but only manifests as a thick carapace directly over your skin. While you are inside the chrysalis, you are invulnerable to attack and cannot move or attack, but you also regenerate a number of hit points per hour you are inside equal to your hivemaster level. Creating the chrysalis is a full-round action. The chrysalis can be broken by anything that can penetrate the resilient sphere spell.
11: When you are in your chrysalis, you undergo a transformation that temporarily transforms you into a monstrous creature greatly resembling a butterfly for a number of rounds equal to the time you spent in the chrysalis. In this form, you gain gossamer wings that grant you a fly speed equal to your base speed with good maneuverability (if you already have a fly speed, increase your normal fly speed by 30 feet). Your body and rapidly beating wings also take on the colors of your surroundings, distorting the vision of those who look upon you and granting you 20% concealment.
15: Your chrysalis is now all but a completely safe haven for you. In addition to the damage you recover while inside, any lost limbs or organs are restored within 2d10 rounds, or 1 round if they are touching the stumps where they were originally severed (as the regenerate spell). You also do not age inside the chrysalis.
|Article Balance||Very High +|
|Author||ThunderGod Cid +|
|Identifier||3.5e Feat +|
|Prerequisite||Aspect of the Vermin class feature +|
|Summary||While it has other potent defenses, the caterpillar is perhaps best known for its ability to wrap itself into a protective, shell-like coccoon. +|
|Title||Aspect of the Caterpillar +|