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The coeurl resembles a big cat, only with hairless black skin, clusters of antennae instead of ears, and two spiked prehensile tentacles growing from its shoulders. Its forelegs are longer than its hind legs.
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A '''coeurl''' resembles a large [[cat]] with hairless black skin, clusters of antennae instead of ears, and two spiked prehensile tentacles growing from its shoulders. Its forelegs are longer than its hind legs.
  
Coeurls are not native to Golarion, and are speculated to have arrived via portals between planets.  They feed on an unidentified energy called ''id'' that they harvest from their prey.<ref name="EoEp79">{{Cite book/The End of Eternity|79}}</ref>
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== Ecology ==
  
A coeurl has blindsense out to sixty feet.  It can corrode metal at a touch; also, by manipulating vibrations, it can work non-magical locks, disrupt machinery, and deal sonic damage to constructs. Coeurls are immune to sonic damage and resistant to electricity.
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Coeurls are not native to [[Golarion]], and are speculated to have arrived via [[portal]]s between [[planet]]s. They feed on an unidentified energy called ''[[id]]'' that they harvest from their prey.<ref name="EoEp79">{{Cite book/The End of Eternity|79}}</ref>
  
Although coeurls are intelligent and telepathic, they are not particularly communicative.
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== Abilities ==
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{{Crunch}}
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A coeurl has blindsense out to sixty feet. It can corrode metal at a touch; also, by manipulating vibrations, it can work non-magical locks, disrupt machinery, and deal sonic damage to constructs. Coeurls are immune to sonic damage and resistant to electricity.
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Although coeurls are intelligent and [[telepathy|telepathic]], they are not particularly communicative.
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== References ==
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{{Refs}}
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== External links ==
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* {{w|Coeurl}} (real-world fictional creature) on Wikipedia
  
==References==
 
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[[Category:Magical beasts]]
 
[[Category:Magical beasts]]
 
[[Category:CR 8 creatures]]
 
[[Category:CR 8 creatures]]
 
[[Category:Chaotic neutral creatures]]
 
[[Category:Chaotic neutral creatures]]

Revision as of 04:40, 4 December 2019

Coeurl
(Creature)
Type Magical beast
CR 8
Environment any land
Alignment

Source: The End of Eternity, pg(s). 78-79

A coeurl resembles a large cat with hairless black skin, clusters of antennae instead of ears, and two spiked prehensile tentacles growing from its shoulders. Its forelegs are longer than its hind legs.

Ecology

Coeurls are not native to Golarion, and are speculated to have arrived via portals between planets. They feed on an unidentified energy called id that they harvest from their prey.[1]

Abilities

This article contains crunch.
Rules elements should be stated in in-world terms and integrated into the body of the article.


A coeurl has blindsense out to sixty feet. It can corrode metal at a touch; also, by manipulating vibrations, it can work non-magical locks, disrupt machinery, and deal sonic damage to constructs. Coeurls are immune to sonic damage and resistant to electricity.

Although coeurls are intelligent and telepathic, they are not particularly communicative.

References

External links

  • Coeurl (real-world fictional creature) on Wikipedia