Hello, everyone! For today’s article, I’m introducing the final Primordial Profile for a while – Xil, the Swarm of Horrors. Xil’s motivation is one of animalistic hunger – its influence drives insects berserk. Because of this power, even intelligent insectoid races may feel an inexorable call to worship Xil.
Hello, everyone! As I’d hinted in the article for the Primordial Cultist stat block, today I’m revealing another Primordial profile for you to use in conjunction with the Primordial Cultist stat block or the Primordial Shard background. This time, I’d like to introduce you to Zyagi, the Armored Tyrant. Like most Primordials, Zyagi’s manifestation would result in catastrophe for the mortal plane. However, unlike other Primordials, Zyagi dreams of conquest – It dreams of a mortal plane ruled by its literal iron fist, populated by inhabitants who fear or actively resist it. Zyagi savors the challenge of conquering a land, and will readily demonstrate its fearsome powers towards that goal.
To further detail what sort of foes a party may face if they were at ends with a cult of Zyagi, expect a future article on the leadership of such a cult and a stat block for Zyagi itself.
Zyagi, the Armored Tyrant
Hello, everyone! To continue Primordial Power, today I’m going to introduce you to a Primordial to potentially introduce to your campaign setting. A Primordial’s profile consists of a few details – a domain the Primordial represents, a brief description of the Primordial, a Cataclysm which will occur if the Primordial is on the Mortal Plane for a full 24 hours, and trinkets and spells associated with the Primordial.
Primordials’ Associated Spells are spells which a Primordial Shard can innately cast, outside of any of their normal spellcasting abilities. If the spell listed isn’t found in an existing book, it’ll be included in the Primordial’s profile, as well as classes who can learn the spell normally through their own spellcasting class feature.
Idbris, the Mind Devourer