The epic conclusion of the battle against the star-masks is here! Board the legendary flying ship the Ostulti and ascend into the starlit sky, where you’ll attempt to kill the living dungeon that spawns the star-masks, and end their menace once and for all.
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Dungeon Moon Monster Preview: Ghost Rider
Their faces are gaunt, their eyes are haunted, and their horses snort fire.
10th level wrecker [SPIRIT]
Burning hooves +15 vs. AC (1d3 engaged enemies)—20 thunder damage and 10 ongoing fire damage
Hit against an enemy taking ongoing fire damage from this attack already: The target becomes a valid target for burning whip.
[Only against valid targets (see burning hooves)] C: Burning whip +15 vs. AC (one nearby valid target)—60 fire damage.
Horse and rider: The riders can’t be separated from their steeds, nor vise-versa. They are as one, for better or worse.
Fear: While engaged with this creature, enemies that have 72 hp or fewer are dazed (-4 attack) and do not add the escalation die to their attacks.
Flight: Well, more of a running on air, really. They can gain altitude, but only by running forward.
Endless skies: Adventurers who die in a fight that involves a ghost rider are doomed to join the great range in the sky. That means no resurrection, unless their friends can somehow rescue their soul.
Really scary: The fear threshold is now 120 hp.
PD 20 HP 210