A bone naga looks like a serpentine skeleton and typically measures about 12 feet long. Its skull bears an eerie resemblance to that of a human, except that it sports long fangs. A cold, cruel light burns in the creature's eye sockets, giving it an air of unspeakable hatred and malice. Its tail ends in a vicious bone stinger.
Though it despises servitude, a bone naga unswervingly obeys its creator, attacking even other nagas if so commanded. Should its master die, the bone naga becomes free-willed and can choose its own destiny.
Size and Type: The creature's type changes to undead. Do not recalculate base attack bonus, saves, or skill points. Size is unchanged.
- Poison (Ex): Bite, injury, Fortitude DC (10 + ½ the creature's Hit Dice + the creature;'s Charisma modifier), initial and secondary damage 1d4 Strength; and sting, injury Fortitude DC (DC 10 + ½ the creature's Hit Dice + the creature;'s Charisma modifier), initial and secondary damage 1d4 Constitution.
- Damage Reduction (Ex): Because a bone naga lacks flesh and internal organs, it has damage reduction 5/bludgeoning.
- Immunities (Ex): Bone nagas are immune to cold.
- Spell Resistance (Ex): A bone naga has spell resistance equal to the creature's CR (after application of the bone naga template) + 11, or the base creature's spell resistance, whichever is higher.
- Telepathy (Su): A bone naga can communicate telpathically with any creature within 250 feet that has a language.
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