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(div, evil, extraplanar)
Source: Howl of the Carrion King, pg(s). 80-81
Doru resemble the severed head of a monstrous humanoid with writhing hair, bestial teeth, and huge horns. A doru is typically much larger than a humanoid head, measuring over a foot high and weighing around ten pounds.
Doru normally float through the air at the head height of the creature they are speaking with. They also sometimes roll wildly about on the floor to unnerve their opponents.
They normally prefer to avoid combat when possible, using their innate abilities to turn invisible, implant mental suggestions and charms, and create multiple imaginary images of itself to distract and elude opponents. If they do attack, they bite with their razor-sharp teeth, injecting a poison which saps the will of the victim.
Habitat & EcologyEdit
Doru typically dwell in the depths of Abaddon, along with the other div and the daemons. They also often travel to the Material Plane to torment, manipulate, or spy on mortals; more rarely, they serve as the familiars of powerful wizards.
Doru are the least powerful type of div and typically serve more powerful div as messengers, spies, and manipulators. Doru often spend time on the Material Plane, whispering evil advice into the ears of susceptible mortals and bringing confidential information back to their div masters. Despite their dangerous reputation, however, many wizards still desire a doru familiar, as they are said to know many great secrets of magic.
The greatest weakness of doru is their obsession with secrets. If a doru suspects that someone holds a secret worth knowing, the doru will trade anything for that secret, including its services.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Adam Daigle, James Jacobs, and F. Wesley Schneider. (2009). Bestiary. Howl of the Carrion King, p. 80-81. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-159-6
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Adam Daigle, James Jacobs, and F. Wesley Schneider. (2009). Bestiary. Howl of the Carrion King, p. 80. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-159-6
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Adam Daigle, James Jacobs, and F. Wesley Schneider. (2009). Bestiary. Howl of the Carrion King, p. 81. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-159-6
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