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Jarilith (hell lion) for Pathfinder


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I know there is a Hellcat, but a the red non translucent jarilith is a different species. Any of you might want to help me with the making of this creature?

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This something brand new or from an older edition? If the latter, where was it originally from?

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D&D 3.5 monster manual II page 60

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Cool. I'll look at it when I get home then =)

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So, any news on this

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