Forest geni

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forest geni
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Creature Levels:
    Overall 50
    Natural Attack 52
    Weapon Attack 52
    Defense 49
    Player Estimated 45
Skill Cap 250 to 350
Skinnable No
Has Coins Yes
Has Gems Yes
Has Boxes Yes
Alignment Cursed
Corporeal Yes
Construct No
Casts Spells No
Attack Range Melee
Stealthy No
Special Attacks No
Special Defenses Yes
Body Type unknown
Body Type (Alt) creatural
Body Size medium
Located:
Manipulation
Manipulatable Yes
Skill Required Unknown / Unknown
Teaching Cap Unknown



Description

Extraordinary pale green eyes catch yours as a forest geni dances from foot to foot before you. Not much taller than an adult halfling, its delicate pointed ears are adorned with tiny copper bells which accentuate the faint greenish tinge of its skin. Rough clothing formed of leaves and bark cover his stocky body. Its eyes constantly scan the area, sometimes flashing with rage and other times holding a glint of amusement.

Anatomy Chart

A biped not much taller than an adult halfling, its delicate pointed ears are adorned with tiny copper bells which accentuate the faint greenish tinge of its skin. Rough clothing formed of leaves and bark cover its stocky body.

Abilities

Special defense

  • Immune to stunning.

Area

The areas where the genis live is heavily overgrown. With low perception and/or scouting ranks you will likely not go in the direction you intend when you move. This can make getting out of the area quite difficult. Moving around teaches minimal perception and scouting (if a Ranger) and mildly drains your fatigue. Peering can cause roundtime as you climb a tree to look around. You can use a machete to HACK in a certain direction. This will make it easier to move in that direction. As perception and scouting increase you will be better able to move in your intended direction, until you are no longer hindered at all.

Notes

  • Genis will attempt to kill any Giant Black Leucros in the area before attacking adventurers.
  • Optimal hunting range appears to be 250-320 ranks, but trains Stealth much higher.
  • Area requires approximately 300 Perception to enter. Can enter the area with approximately 100 perception, many failed searches/navigations.
  • Boxes require around 200 ranks. 175 ranks with 44 agility.

9/23/18 - Barb - Parry Dabbling(1/34) @356, Evasion Dabbling(1/34) @357, Light Armor Dabbling (1/34) @ 359 Stealth still rolling @ 316 tho :)

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