|La barca de Aqueronte, an 1887 painting Filipino painter and hero
Félix Resurrección Hidalgo.
Squares 18 (15 ft. by 30 ft.); Cost 15,000 gp
|AC 6; Hardness 3
hp 216 (107)
Base Save +0
|Maximum Speed 30
ft.; Acceleration 30 ft.
CMB +4; CMD 14
Ramming Damage 4d8
Driving Check Spellcraft or Use
Magic Device; command undead driving
Forward Facing front of vehicle
Driving Device throttles
Driving Space bone throne
Weapons 12 slams (1d6+4)
Driving (Su): A driver with the Command Undead feat can expend a use
of channel negative energy to avoid making driving checks, lasting 1 hour
per cleric level. The driver automatically succeeds on all driving checks
required to maneuver the vehicle. A bone skiff counts as a 12 HD creature
for the purpose of determining the number of Hit Dice of undead creatures
the driver can control. The driver must be sitting on the grand throne
when using channel energy to gain control of the bone skiff.
Slam A total of 6
undead Subtype A
|Small compared to
other sea-going vehicles, a bone skiff can be completely manned by a single
creature. This is because the vehicle itself is an undead creature, able
to follow the orders of the driver. The design is similar to a boat of
similar size, but it is composed entirely of bones covered in a thin layer
of leathery skin stretched across its macabre frame. In the very center
of the skiff is a grand throne made of bone and rotting flesh. Both armrests
of the bone throne are equipped with a throttle to control the zombie
arms that line the outside of the bone skiff, allowing it to move forward.
Other controls on the throne allow those same arms to strike at creatures
or vehicles that come close to the skiff.
Book of Multifarious Munitions: Vehicles of War, © 2013, Jon Brazer Enterprises;
Author Dale C. McCoy, Jr
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