No. Enc.: 1d6 (2d6)
Movement: 120' (40')
Armor Class: 7
Hit Dice: 2+3
Damage: 1d3 / 1d3 / 1d6 + drain
Hoard Class: None
Slimy and pungent, the horrid prowlasites stalk swamps, forests, caves, and Ancient ruins. They are similar in size and build to Ancient hounds, and their hairless, rubbery skin comes in a variety of unpleasant hues. They continually make a slurping, suckling sound that is the stuff of nightmares.
Prowlasites hunt in packs, and attack by pouncing on victims with claws and razored fangs. With a successful bite attack, a prowlasite latches onto its prey, doing automatic gnawing damage each round plus an additional 1d4 blood-drain damage until it or the victim is dead. After feeding, all that's left of a prowlasite's meal is a mound of bones bound by loose skin.
Saliva continually drips from their maws, and contains a numbing agent so strong that anyone bitten by a prowlasite has a 20% of contracting the Pain Insensitivity Drawback. This saliva is highly valued for medicinal purposes.