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The Black Hack: Planetary Romance: The Moon

Moon Frog Duelist
Moon Frogs look like large Earth frogs, except more colorful and preferring to stand upright. They live in open palaces of silver filigree on the Light Side of the Moon and are flamboyant, dramatic, and vainglorious. Every Moon Frog, no matter their station, has a long name, an aristocratic title, a storied lineage, and an elaborate network of alliances, feuds, and intrigues with seemingly every other Frog on the Moon.

HD: d6
Starting HP: 1d6+4
HP per Level/Resting: 1d6
Maximum Armor: Medium
Attack Damage: 1d6/1d4 unarmed

Sword Bond. Moon Frog Duelists dedicate themselves to a type of hand weapon (usually silver moon-sabre, but it could be any melee weapon, including Two-Handed weapons).

Attack: Once per day per Level, an attack with this weapon is Advantaged. This attack does 2d6+Level damage.

Defense: Once per day per Level, you can automatically succeed in a Defense roll, even if it makes no sense (such as parrying a death ray, or an explosion)—you’re just that good.

The Black Hack: Planetary Romance: The Moon

Moon Frog Duelist
Moon Frogs look like large Earth frogs, except more colorful and preferring to stand upright. They live in open palaces of silver filigree on the Light Side of the Moon and are flamboyant, dramatic, and vainglorious. Every Moon Frog, no matter their station, has a long name, an aristocratic title, a storied lineage, and an elaborate network of alliances, feuds, and intrigues with seemingly every other Frog on the Moon.

HD: d6
Starting HP: 1d6+4
HP per Level/Resting: 1d6
Maximum Armor: Medium
Attack Damage: 1d6/1d4 unarmed

Sword Bond. Moon Frog Duelists dedicate themselves to a type of hand weapon (usually silver moon-sabre, but it could be any melee weapon, including Two-Handed weapons).

Attack: Once per day per Level, an attack with this weapon is Advantaged. This attack does 2d6+Level damage.

Defense: Once per day per Level, you can automatically succeed in a Defense roll, even if it makes no sense (such as parrying a death ray, or an explosion)—you’re just that good.