Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Panthor; 80's Cartoon Villains for Mutant Future

No. Enc. : Unique      Alignment : Chaotic     Mutant Panther
Movement : 210(70) (when bearing a rider he is 150'(50') )
Armor Class : 2
Hit Dice : 86 Hit Points
Attacks : 3 (2 claws, 1 bite)
Damage : (claws1d8+1/1d8+1, bite 2d8)
Save : L4
Morale : 10 (11 when in the presence of his master)
Hoard Class : None (his master keeps anything he has of value)

Mutations: Gigantism, Bizarre Appearance (Purple Fur), Increased Dexterity, Night Vision, Increased Sense (Smell), Accumulated Resistance (Radiation: 81),
(Extremely stealthy much like a natural tiger, in wooded surroundings without a rider, he surprises opponents with a roll result of 1-4 on 1d6.)

     Panthor is the mount/pet/guardian beast of a certain skeletal faced dark lord. He is completely and utterly loyal to his master. He will even allow his master to ride him into battle, something he will let no other mortal creature do. He tolerates his masters other minions, but they have learned the hard way to stay out of Panthor's way, especially if he is in a foul mood from not killing something small and helpless recently.

I thought about stating up Panthor as a NPC, but in the cartoon he seldom appeared and didn't really do much that I recall, so I worked him up as a critter.–B

(Panthor is a conversion from the 80's cartoon He-Man. He-man is a registered trademark of Mattel, no copyright infringement is intended)


  1. Dig that crazy purple cat daddy-o!

  2. Ha, I thought that skeletal faced warrior on panthor's back looked familiar! Nice one. :-) And I agree with Eli - a big old purple cat like this is just so cool!