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[[Attic whisperer|Attic whisperers]] resemble the skeletons of children, but possess the paws and grinning skull of a fox. They are typically gray and covered with cobwebs, and dust falls endlessly from their long-dead mouths.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://paizo.com/paizo/blog/2007/april/v5748951foebv|title=Monsters are to Pathfinder What Icing is to Cake|date=April 23, 2007|page=Paizo Blog|author=[[James Jacobs]]}}</ref>
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[[Attic whisperer]]s resemble the skeletons of children, but possess the paws and grinning skull of a fox. They are typically gray and covered with cobwebs, and dust falls endlessly from their long-dead mouths.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://paizo.com/paizo/blog/2007/april/v5748951foebv|title=Monsters are to Pathfinder What Icing is to Cake|date=April 23, 2007|page=Paizo Blog|author=[[James Jacobs]]}}</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 05:54, 24 December 2010

Attic Whisperer
(Creature)
Type Undead
CR 4
Environment Any ruins or urban
Alignment
Images of attic whisperers

Source: Burnt Offerings, pg(s). 92-93

Attic whisperers resemble the skeletons of children, but possess the paws and grinning skull of a fox. They are typically gray and covered with cobwebs, and dust falls endlessly from their long-dead mouths.[1]

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