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Sentret: Normal Type

Sentret ran as quickly as he could, trying not to trip on the uneven ground. He had seen it, the darkness, the evil, the enemy. He had to warn the others, if they got to his friends before he could warn them it would be too late and they would all be killed. Jumping over a fallen log he muttered to himself, “I hope i'm not to late.”

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A cautious Pokemon, Sentret are known as good scouts and look outs as they take their time to observe a situation before acting. When surveying an area they will stand high on their tail looking for any signs of movement, if they spot something out of the ordinary they will yell out to their teammates to warn them of the possible danger. Due to their natural ability to sense things around them, most Sentret have a hard time sleeping if no one is keeping watch. They will spend all night tossing and turning trying to keep an ear out for anything sneaking up on them making it impossible to sleep.

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Sentret are nervous Pokemon, however their nervous nature allows them to be excellent at hiding. When scared they will find small areas to hide in their sensitive ears listening for any thing nearby that may harm them. The large stripes on their body make it hard to spot them in most places.

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Most Sentret find homes in small villages with other Sentret, the town well guarded and protected often built in the center of large open fields so they can see any creature coming from miles away. They will often spend their whole lives living with their families creating households with many sentret occupying them.

Sentret Traits

Allignment: Sentret are scared of nearly everything and although they will help their friends, most end up not helping others out due to their crippling fear of the unown and skittish nature.

Size

Height: 2’07”
Weight: 13 LBS

Speed

20 Feet

Age

80 years

Languages

You can speak, read and write Common and Jthooic.

Nature

There are 30 natures, pick a nature that best describes your character. Increase and decrease the appropriate stat accordingly.

Racial Ability score increase

Your naturally skittish nature has helped you hone your skills of perception. Your Wisdom score increases by +1. See rules on racial ability score increase for more information.

Evolution

No Pokemon has to evolve, but if Sentret wishes to evolve it may do so at level 5(see Furret for upgrades)

Sentret Names

Possible names for Sentret

Otachi, Fouinette, Sentret, Wiesor, Kkoriseon, Meihlahp or Weili.

Abilities: Pick One

Run Away: As the fight rages on in front of you, your legs start to tremble. This isn't what you signed up for, this fight is just too intense, your foes too strong. There is no way you can win. You look around you, it is time to make a strategic escape.

You can take the disengage or dash action as a bonus action on each of your turns.

Keen Eye: Your body is wobbly, but that won't stop you from keeping your eye on your foe and landing every hit.

When attacking with disadvantage, if you fail, you deal damage equal to your respective modifier (minimum of 1) and the damage type of what attack you attempted to use to the creature you had targeted.

Frisk: As you pass by someone, you quickly glance at them. You run the numbers, their equipment isn’t worth a fight, but the guy behind them has some good gear. It may be worth taking them down just to get it…

When Initiative is rolled, you may ask your GM to reveal all magic items one opponent has on their person, however you do not know what effect the magic has on the item.

Tall Standing

With help from your one foot tail you can get a good look at your surroundings. When you stand up on your tail, gain advantage on all perception checks. This is a temporary trait, when the sheet is finished it will be updated.

Racial Attacks: Pick One

Defense Curl Pg XXXX

Quick Attack Pg XXXX

Amnesia Pg XXXX

For a list of all attacks, see the Pokémon's attack sheet.

Type Effectiveness

The below are the effectiveness of racial attacks against this pokemon based on type: Not Very effective: None. Super Effective: Fighting. Immune: Ghost. See ‘type effectiveness’ for more information.

Evolution Trait

Hide: You are naturally skittish and have mastered the skill of hiding. Foes gain disadvantage when making a perception roll against you. This is a temporary trait, when the sheet is finished it will be updated.


Sentret stood tall, her tail propping her up a foot above the ground. She scanned the surroundings slowly making sure to take note of every rock, every swaying tree and every weed. She wasn’t sure, but she could have sworn she saw something moving off in the distance a moment ago. Was the wind just playing with her, or could her inevitable death be closer than she thought?