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Jergmo
2009-07-16, 07:29 PM
http://www.ebbemunk.dk/alice/23a_cheshire_cat.jpg
Cheshire Cat
Size/Type: Small Magical Beast
Hit Dice: 2d10+2 (13 hp)
Initiative: +2
Speed: 30 ft. (6 squares)
Armor Class: 15 (+1 size, +2 Dex, +2 natural)
Base Attack/Grapple: +2/+2
Attack: Claw +5 melee (1d3)
Full Attack: 2 claws +5 melee (1d3) and bite +0 melee (1d4)
Space/Reach: 5 ft./5 ft.
Special Attacks: Spells, spell-like abilities
Special Qualities: Darkvision, Low-light vision, scent
Saves: Fort +4, Ref +5, Will +1
Abilities: Str 11, Dex 15, Con 12, Int 16, Wis 12, Cha 16
Skills: Balance +10, Climb +6, Hide +12*, Jump +10, Listen +3, Move Silently +8, Spot +3, Bluff +9, Intimidate +5, Tumble +6
Feats: Stealthy, Weapon FinesseB
Environment: Temperate forests
Organization: Solitary or "domesticated".
Challenge Rating: 5
Treasure: Standard
Alignment: Usually Chaotic Good
Advancement: 3-6 HD (Small) or by character class.
Level Adjustment: +5

Cheshire Cats speak Common and Sylvan.

Combat

Spell-like Abilities: At willódimension door, invisibility, greater. Caster level 5th.

Spells
A Cheshire Cat casts spells as an 5th-level sorcerer.

Typical Sorcerer Spells Prepared (6/6/5, save DC 13 + spell level)
0óDaze, Dancing Lights, Ghost Sound, Mage Hand, Open/Close, Prestidigitation; 1stóCharm Person, Ventriloquism, Expeditious Retreat, Feather Fall; 2ndóMirror Image

Fiendish_Dire_Moose
2009-07-16, 07:36 PM
Hi, I'm Fiendish_Dire_Moose and a self proclaimed "Biggest Lewis Carrol Fan in the Known Multiverse", and I approve the Opening Post.

Jergmo
2009-07-16, 07:40 PM
Hi, I'm Fiendish_Dire_Moose and a self proclaimed "Biggest Lewis Carrol Fan in the Known Multiverse", and I approve the Opening Post.

Hehe. I would've never guessed from your avatar. :smallamused:

Fiendish_Dire_Moose
2009-07-16, 07:41 PM
Hehe. I would've never guessed from your avatar. :smallamused:

I also have the figure.

Gorgondantess
2009-07-16, 08:00 PM
Hi, I'm Fiendish_Dire_Moose and a self proclaimed "Biggest Lewis Carrol Fan in the Known Multiverse", and I approve the Opening Post.

You've got competition. Recite both Jabberwocky and The Walrus and the Carpenter. No peeking, one word wrong and you lose.:smallcool:

mikeejimbo
2009-07-16, 08:38 PM
You've got competition. Recite both Jabberwocky and The Walrus and the Carpenter. No peeking, one word wrong and you lose.:smallcool:

Dangit, I thought I was the biggest Lewis Carroll fan. :smallfrown: But I only know Jabberwocky by heart...

Debihuman
2009-07-16, 09:52 PM
Cool. Just in case anyone is interested:

Here's the WotC version of the Cheshire Cat from their Article, "Fabulous Cats!" (just for comparison's sake): http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fools/20030401c.

WotC produced a couple of modules for AD&D based on Lewis Caroll: "Dungeonland" and "The Land Beyond the Magic Mirror." You can download them both here but you'll need to update them to 3.5.: http://www.wizards.com/dnd/article.asp?x=dnd/dx20020121x8

or use these conversions although you may have to log in to download and the files are part way down the page:
http://www.enworld.org/forum/conversions/245278-attempt-rebuild-conversion-library-please-upload-conversions-3-5-here.html

Debby

SilentNight
2009-07-16, 11:00 PM
Cool. Just in case anyone is interested:

Here's the WotC version of the Cheshire Cat from their Article, "Fabulous Cats!" (just for comparison's sake): http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fools/20030401c.

Debby

This really makes me want to play a chesire cat aristocrat, with a healthy dose of Garfield. :smallbiggrin:

Fiendish_Dire_Moose
2009-07-17, 01:12 AM
You've got competition. Recite both Jabberwocky and The Walrus and the Carpenter. No peeking, one word wrong and you lose.:smallcool:

Sorry, I've read The Odyssey sixteen times since I was 16 (odd number for the past 5 years I know), and I can't remember lines from it. You win this round!
However it's the internet, if I did you call hax anyway, as I would most certainly do to you :smalltongue:
All I know is, the intro. However "fiercealicious" and "frumious" have found their way into my daily vocabulary.