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{{Creature start
{{Creature start
| level = 28
| level = 28?
| type = Biped
| type = Biped
| family = Assistant
| family = ?
| attacks = Magic and Weapons.
| attacks = Magic and Weapons.
| area = [[The Broken Lands]]
| area = [[The Broken Lands]]

Revision as of 10:43, 16 July 2013

Cook's assistant
Level 28?
Family ? family creatures
Body Type Biped
Undead No
Areas Found The Broken Lands
HP <Not Known>
Armor [?]
Attack Attributes
Physical Attacks
a length of felwood +208 AS
Bolt Attacks
Minor Acid (904) +194 AS
Warding Attacks
unknown +164 CS
Offensive Spells & Abilities
Elemental Dispel (417)
Defense Attributes
Melee DS
Ranged DS
Bolt +167 DS
Bard Base TD
Ranger Base TD
Sorcerer Base TD
Wizard Base TD
Cleric Base TD
Empath Base +123 TD
Paladin Base TD
Major Elemental TD
Minor Elemental TD
Major Spiritual +123 TD
Minor Spiritual +123 TD
Major Mental TD
Minor Mental TD
Defensive Spells & Abilities
Spirit Warding II (107)
Lesser Shroud (120)
Elemental Defense III (414)
Treasure Attributes
Magic Items
Skin none

Sheer culinary danger is embodied in this human's form. His bulbous face is flushed and grime-stained, perhaps from long hours slaving over a hot stove. Bloodshot, tired eyes flick back and forth nervously as the cook's assistant sizes up the intruders before him. His hands clench and unclench, causing the muscles in his hirsute arms to ripple powerfully. The liberal amount of blood, both fresh and dried, covering his yellowed apron indicates that this man is no stranger to hacking and dismembering.


A cook's assistant has been observed spawning in one of the kitchen areas of the Sheruvian Monastery in the Broken Lands. It carries a length of felwood (a quarter staff) and wears a stained white apron.

[Monastery, Kitchen]
A large firepit dominates the center of the room. No fire burns within, however the ash and charred remains of previous fires still litter the bottom. A large table stands near the western wall, pitted and scarred from many years of food preparation. Hanging above the table is a long rack from which hangs a myriad of utensils, from razor-sharp butcher knives to heavy soup ladles. Cooking pots of all shapes and sizes stand against the eastern wall. You also see some swinging double doors, a heavy threadbare curtain and a heavy iron door.
Obvious exits: none

Note that its entrance specifically references the swinging double doors:

A cook's assistant enters through the doors to the south with two filled waterbuckets swinging from a length of felwood resting across his shoulders. When he spots you, he drops the waterbuckets and launches at you, swinging the wooden pole in a menacing arc at your head!

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