The Draygolem, colossal half dragon, all golem.
DrayGolem (Brass): Init +6 (surprise); Atk Giant Fist +11 melee
(2d8 +5) Tail Strike +7 Melee (2d10), Breathe Fire 2x/day Ranged Damage 4d8 40′ Cone Fire Ref Save DC 17 for half damage, AC 16; HD 9d8; MV 25’; Act 2d20; SP Immune to normal weapons, Fire damage heals, Doesn’t need to eat, breathe and sleep, Infravision 30′ (*Immortal); SV Fort +11, Ref +3, Will +7; AL N.
This nearly 20′ tall statue made entirely of brass has the head and tail of a dragon, but the arms and legs of a humanoid. (No wings.) It was built by a wizard an indeterminable number of years in the past. From time to time it continues to lumber on, as if searching for something or someone.
It never hesitates to smash or hoot fire all over anyone foolish enough to step into its path. It is relentless, but may be slowed by cold water or even freezing temperatures. Cold attacks and large bodies of water cut its movement to 10’/round and 1 Action. It is also a bit clumsy and could be tripped or forced to stumble.
Judge’s notes: This is intended to be a challenge for the players not to kill, but to slow, incapacitate, change its course or otherwise stop it from endangering innocent lives. If stopped, it will regenerate 1 hp per day until it reaches full health again. It could potentially be destroyed? if dropped into a deep ocean or a volcano.
It may also be possible to stop or even command the creature if someone could learn the creature’s command words. A lot of difficult research and probably a large dungeon crawl (*To be detailed later) would be involved to learn more about the creature and how to stop it. Ultimately it is up to the Judge as to how the creature was forged and how to ultimately stop it.
Also, somewhere in the world, there are rumors that the creature’s wings were forged, but never mounted. If the Draygolem ever found the wings, what would happen? Does the creature know its wings are out there?
(Artwork to be determined at a later date.)