Red Ash World Engine beta v2
Red Ash Species
Naga Large
Population 288 Construction 100%
Reach 141cm Food 100%
Step 18cm Water 100%
Space (H, W, L) 176cm, 187cm, 319cm Maturity 70%
Measure (H, W, L) 35cm, 46cm, 248cm
Land Speed 8 Birth Rate 12%
Air Speed 0 Life Span 6%
Body Type Frail Weight 63.308 kg
Encumbrance (SA: 77.5%)
None 20.005 kg Heavy 56.004 kg
Light 26.228 kg Very Heavy 94.962 kg
Medium 36.868 kg Crippling 201.32 kg
Physical Mental
Coordination 94 Focus 95
Strength 112 Power 105
Agility 88 Awareness 95
Health (Life Pnts) 106 (131) Identity 90
Natural Armor 6 Ego 0
P.A.P. 40 M.A.P. 39
Experience Gain 5.76%
Movement per turn
Below is how far a Naga can move in 1 turn (4 seconds).
Environment Normal Run
Land 140cm 280cm
Water 70cm 70cm
Air 0cm 0cm
  • Carnivore - This diet must contain mostly meat.
  • Temperate(All Terrestrial)
  • Tropical(All Terrestrial)
  • Coil
  • Constrict Health Points: +4, PAP Drain: +5
  • Gaping Maw
  • Gaze (Daze) Difficulty: +13
  • Level Limit (Level Limit) Max Level: +35
  • Poison Damage: +10, Difficulty: +1, Duration: +5
  • Poison Damage: +10, Difficulty: +1, Duration: +5
  • Racial Levels Racial Levels: +35
  • Sensory (Thermal) Range: +3
  • Serpentine
  • Racial, Brute
The naga are large hooded snakes with a humanoid face. A female Naga is called a Nagini and a male is called a Nagin. The bodies are serpentine and very long. When threatened the Naga can flatten their necks and form a distinctive hood, like a cobra can. The back of the hood has an eye pattern that will tear. These tears are actually poison that is forced out of the skin during their threat display. It also protects their bodies from being attacked. The face of the Naga is expressionless and made of smooth plates. The face is also the common way of telling a female and male Naga apart. The males have a much broader face and squared jaw, the females face is smoother and more heart shaped. Female Nagas also have have a slight colored patterns on their checks looking like blush. The eyes are lidless and black. The nose is small for its face and the checks have a series of small holes that can taste heat. The body as a whole is scaled with a broken pattern of red, yellow or orange trimmed in black that runs the length of the back. The base color is a earthy green to a greenish-tan with an lighter tan under belly.
Nagas are often solitary creatures that can be found near fresh water in remote wilderness that they protect from all that would use it. Legends tell of explorers offering fresh kills of small game to a guardian Naga that would then permit them use of the water for a time. Oddly it would still defend the water from others that would happen by. Breeding habits are poorly understood but do involve male Nagas leaving their waters and traveling to a nearby female Naga. When more than one male arrives they face off and appear to dance with their bodies moving up and down while weaving side to side. After a time one male will turn and leave. After breeding a female Naga will later lay a clutch of speckled eggs at the waters edge and will fiercely defend the area from all, even when presented with an offering. A young Naga will venture out after 2 years of being raised by its mother to find an unguarded fresh water source. There is no good way to approach a mother Naga, she will attack any on sight. Otherwise a Naga can be presented a freshly killed game animal like a small deer. If the Naga takes the gift you will be free to use its water, but only for so long and it will not accept a second gift from any currently staying at its water.
Nagas have no leadership.
Encounter Tactics
In combat the Naga have a few abilities it will use, one is a daze attack. The Naga have a innate ability to daze opponents that make eye contact with them. They also have a poisonous bite and will constrict opponents once they grapple them doing damage from constriction and from a contact poison.
Encounter Count
1 Naga
2 Breeding Pair
2-4 Mother and Young

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