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<p>A resider speaks Common and Sylvan.</p>
 
<p>A resider speaks Common and Sylvan.</p>
 
==Combat==
 
==Combat==
A resider usually lives in relative (for an evil twelve-foot tall fey) peace with its neighbours. In a best case scenario, the fey makes a very handy bridge guard. Occasionally it will visit the council to tell them if the bridge needs repairs. In a worst case scenario, the resider terrorizes anyone who uses the bridge, demanding ever more skulls from pedestrians until they can give no more. Then it takes theirs instead.<br>
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A resider usually lives in relative (for an evil seven-foot tall fey) peace with its neighbours. In a best case scenario, the fey makes a very handy bridge guard. Occasionally it will visit the council to tell them if the bridge needs repairs. In a worst case scenario, the resider terrorizes anyone who uses the bridge, demanding ever more skulls from pedestrians until they can give no more. Then it takes theirs instead.<br>
 
While seemingly dependant on its bridge, a resider suffers no real ill effects from its destruction. The bridge in question is seen more as a home, and a resider will react accordingly if it is threatened. A bridge with neglible traffic will be abandoned, and the resider will simply find a new one, or ideally, one under construction. Residers have exemplary courtesy when dealing with each other. A resider will never muscle in on a bridge claimed by another resider.
 
While seemingly dependant on its bridge, a resider suffers no real ill effects from its destruction. The bridge in question is seen more as a home, and a resider will react accordingly if it is threatened. A bridge with neglible traffic will be abandoned, and the resider will simply find a new one, or ideally, one under construction. Residers have exemplary courtesy when dealing with each other. A resider will never muscle in on a bridge claimed by another resider.
 
If faced with creatures not afraid of it, the resider will use its brute strength and the Awesome Blow feat to knock its foes off its bridge and into the water (assuming the bridge is built over water). <br>
 
If faced with creatures not afraid of it, the resider will use its brute strength and the Awesome Blow feat to knock its foes off its bridge and into the water (assuming the bridge is built over water). <br>
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