If a mythic being is killed by an undead do you get a mythic spawn?


Scarab Sages

Something i was wondering about lets say you have a tier 3 mythic pc that gets killed by a vampire would the resulting vampire spawn be a mythic vampure spawn or a normal one?

It may depend on the wording for the type of spawn. But I see nothing that would take mythic away from the creature by adding the vampire spawn template. If it were a sorcerer it could still cast spells, so if it were mythic it should still be mythic.

Mythic, definitely. After all, it's a pretty feeble myth if it just peters out like that. Besides, a non-mythic vampire spawn is barely a speed-bump to a Mythic 3 party.

Pathfinder Adventure, Adventure Path Subscriber

I'd say the - at best - defeating a mythic PC should count as a mythic trial... for the vampire. As in, the vampire should power up. Its spawn shouldn't be mythic unless said vampire has an ability that makes its spawn mythic.

Scarab Sages

Interesting point that defeating a mythic being would count as a mythic trial, hmmm.

There would be a huge difference between something that adds a template, like vampire, and something that does not, like a shadow.

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