CHILDREN OF THE BONE GENERAL
In the reign of the Demon Emperor, the Bone General, one of Yao Feng's ogre demons, was known to torture people by slicing the bones from the their bodies. He employed a wide variety of methods. They say he was so skilled, he could keep people alive for months or years, after removing every bone from their body. According to legend, those who suffered this fate, never died, but became the Children of the Bone General.
Children of the Bone General are men and women whose bones have been removed, but whose flesh has been imbued with unnatural longevity. Their flesh wastes away and they must consume human blood to replenish it. They move very slowly, dragging themselves with stretched arms. Usually they wait in silence for people to come close, then attack. Their bodies burn in the sunlight.
They usually hide in dark places, away from sunlight.
Defenses: Hardiness 8, Evade 4, Parry 7, Stealth 5, Wits 4, Resolve 10
Key Skills: Bite: 2d10 (4d10 open damage plus special), Grappling: 3d10, Speed: 0d10 (10 feet), Muscle: 3d10, Detect: 1d10
Max Wounds: 14
Longevity: So long as they feed on human blood, they can live forever. If they go without drinking human blood for 1 month, they take 2 Wounds each day and their flesh starts to rot. Every point of Hardiness they drain, restored 1 Wound.
Bite and Blood Drinking: The bite of Children of the Bone General does 4d10 Open Damage and drains 1 Point of Hardiness as they drink their victim's blood.
Weakness: Sunlight is particularly harmful to Children of the Bone General, causing their flesh to smoke and burn. Direct Sunlight inflicts 1 Wound every round.