Mênpŵgra (Deadfire)

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Mênpŵgra
primordial

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Family
Level
13
Health
300 Endurance
Accuracy
76 Accuracy
Damage
16-30Slash
Attributes
Might
17
Perception
15
Constitution
15
Intellect
12
Dexterity
9
Resolve
15
Defenses
Deflection
76 Deflection
Reflex
49 Reflex
Fortitude
80 Fortitude
Will
70 Will
AR
10
DR Burn
10
AR Crush
10
AR Corrode
10
AR Pierce
10
AR Freeze
10
AR Slash
10
AR Shock
10
Special
Ability
Immunity

Mênpŵgra is a creature in Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire.

Description[edit | edit source]

Items in italics are quoted directly from the game.
A delempŵgra ("rotten leaf"), more typically called pŵgra ("rotten"), is a delemgan that has been corrupted by the destruction of their home tree or adra stone. They are as ugly as delemgan are beautiful, spindly and emaciated with cool tones to their skin. Their hair is dead, dark, and slimy, their facial features contorted, and their teeth long and sharp. Unlike delemgan, they are not surrounded by motes of light, and they are more than willing to attack unfortunate travelers with their long talons. Pŵgra decorate themselves with the skulls, skins, and feathers of animals they've killed.

Just as delemgan seek to maintain the health of their forests, pŵgra seek to corrupt them, making the two species mortal enemies. The rot that infects them endows their attacks with a ghastly poison, but it also makes their bodies weak and brittle, leaving them vulnerable to piercing and crushing attacks. Since they can no longer draw essence from a healthy forest, they must survive by drawing energy and essence out of plants, animals, and kith. This makes them natural allies of shadows, which feed by similar means and enjoy the benefits of a shared hunt. They are hostile toward all life, but rangers and druids are their most common foes.

Encounters[edit | edit source]

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