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It still seems confusing though about the benefit for Nature's Mask in regards to being a hybrid of the animal and human forms. So would you be getting the benefit only as the animal form or would you get it on hybrid form as well? I'm the author of the "Ecology of the Hengeyokai" article. The movement benefits apply only when the hengeyokai is animal form. The hybrid form is indeed the hengeyokai's base form; it has to use its nature's mask power to assume animal or human form.
The only rule difference is that in human form you can comprehend but not speak with animal of your kind see Language of the Beast. From a background point of view, maybe the hengeyokai true form is the hybrid one, and the one they are most confident with.
But this is only a personal speculation I haven't thoroughly read the article. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ask Question. Asked 8 years, 4 months ago. Active 8 years, 4 months ago. Viewed 2k times. You gain a movement benefit based on your form For example, if you choose Cat for your animal form, you gain a climb speed equal to your speed.
Active Oldest Votes. Tim Eagon Tim Eagon 2 2 bronze badges. Thanks for coming. So its indeed just for animal form. Thanks also for the clarity about the base form. Pat Ludwig Pat Ludwig In the player block though, it doesn't exactly say that. That is what makes it confusing. It just seemed weird that your base choice, you are stuck with it and can only access it while in one particular form. When you have an at-will power to change your appearance, it mostly is useful for out of combat, but not as much in combat and human falls in the same category where its more or less just RP reasoning which the background itself has quite a bit of RP to it already.
The only other being the changelings have the change at 1st level. But one thing is true is that while this is more limited in the change, it does have its potential over changeling. Erik Burigo Erik Burigo Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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Edit this Page All abandoned pages. When the flavor has been changed so that this template is no longer applicable please remove this template. If you do not understand the idea behind this page please leave comments on this page's talk page before making any edits. Edit this Page All stubs. None of your game statistics change in human or hybrid form. While in animal form, you cannot use any attack powers, although you can sustain such powers. Your equipment becomes part of the form, and you continue to gain the benefits of the equipment you wear, except for shields and item powers.
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Hengeyokai are a category of monster or "yokai" within Japanese mythology. Technically a subcategory of obake shapechanging monsters , although the terms are often used interchangeably, hengeyokai is a generic title used to cover an array of monsters based on the idea of magical animals who can transform into human form, and often times into other shapes as well. The term is actually pretty rare, and more usually these critters are identified as "bakemono" instead. The term is real, and would translate from Japanese as something like "changing phantom", it's just not commonly used - but then, Japanese mythology can be a right clusterfuck to try and unravel.