[New Monster] Voxal



Oh, look, they’ve got a gnome with them!” one of the odd foxmen said aloud.

Maybe they need him to carry their night-bucket!” scoffed another of the wily creatures.

Nudge’s face got red and he looked at Chalk as if imploring the human to give him permission to attack the strange upright foes. Chalk shook his head and looked over at Knat the druidess.

Please show these rascals how we back up our friends,” the wizard asked.

With an eerie smile Knat muttered a spell and suddenly the foxmen found their tails alight.

Nudge laughed heartily, still wishing he could show the miscreants the sharp end of his dagger.


No. Enc.: 1 (1d4)

Alignment: Neutral

Movement: 120′ (40′)

Armor Class: 5

Hit Dice: 3+3

Attacks: 1

Damage: 1d6 or by weapon

Save: F4

Morale: 8

Hoard Class: XVI

X.P.: 70

Voxal are bipedal foxes with tiny hands that they use with much dexterity. While some sages speculate the voxal are Alopekos Teumesia (q.v.) that have been rewarded for their dedication to the gods others believe that these mischievous creatures are a magically created race, one that seems to compete with gnomes for territory with rivalries that range from humorous to deadly. A voxal will, at the very least, mock a gnome or dwarf ( they cannot tell the difference between them) and at worse start a fight. These nimble creatures prefer bows with barbed arrows and daggers as their weapons of choice.

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2 Responses to [New Monster] Voxal

  1. trey says:

    “A voxal will, at the very least, mock a gnome or dwarf ( they cannot tell the difference between them)…

    I love this line. Of course you know, this race will become the bane of DM’s everywhere a la the Kender if it ever becomes popular. 😉

  2. bat says:

    Egads, kender. :/

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