Tatsu

Tatsu Japanese Dragon

Description:

ST 26 [0]; DX 20 [120]; IQ 18 [160]; HT 15 [50].
Damage 2d+2/5d; BL 135 lbs.; HP 28 [2]; Will 18 [0]; Per 18 [0]; FP 15 [0].
Basic Speed 9 [5]; Basic Move 9 [0]; Block 0; Dodge 12; Parry 0.

Advantages

Absolute Direction [5]; Amphibious [10]; Appearance (Attractive) [4]; Control Weather 10 (Divine; Elemental; Natural Phenomena) [360]; Damage Resistance 4 (Can't Wear Armor) [12]; Doesn't Breathe (Gills) [10]; Enhanced Move 1/2 (Ground) 1 [10]; Extra ST 16 (Affects displayed ST score; No Fine Manipulators; Size) [32]; Flight (Divine) [36]; High Pain Threshold [10]; Magery 0 [5]; Nictitating Membrane 2 [2]; Night Vision 9 [9]; Resistant to Disease (Immune) [10]; Speak Underwater [5]; Striker (Horns; Crushing) [5]; Teeth (Sharp Teeth) [1]; Temperature Tolerance 3 [3]; Unaging [15].

Disadvantages

Code of Honor (Tatsu) [-5]; Horizontal [-10]; Increased Consumption -2 [-20]; Vulnerability (Iron) (Occasional) (x2) [-20].

Quirks

Unnerved by the smell of wax [-1].

Skills

Aerobatics-18 (DX-2) [1]; Aquabatics-18 (DX-2) [1]; Flight-14 (HT-1) [1]; Swimming-15 (HT+0) [1]; Weather Sense-17 (IQ-1) [1].

Bio:

Japanese dragons are diverse legendary creatures in Japanese mythology and folklore. Japanese dragons have much in common with dragons from China, Korea and India. Like these other Asian dragons, most Japanese ones are water deities associated with rainfall and bodies of water, and are typically depicted as large, wingless, serpentine creatures with clawed feet. The Japanese language has numerous “dragon” words, including indigenous tatsu from Old Japanese ta-tu, Sino-Japanese ryū or ryō 竜 from Chinese lóng 龍, nāga ナーガ from Sanskrit nāga, and doragon ドラゴン from English dragon.

Tatsu

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