This creature strongly resembles an 8-foot-tall stork. Its feathers are grayish brown and its beak is dark brown, but its eyes are striking gold in color.


XP 100 ()

NE Medium

Initiative +2


AC 12

hp: 22 (4d8 + 4)

Saving Throws: Dex +5

Resistance: Fire damage


Speed: 30 ft., fly 30 ft.

Melee Attack—Beak: +5 to hit (reach 5 ft.; one creature). Hit: 1d8 + 2 piercing damage.


Str 12 (+1), Dex 16 (+3), Con 13 (+1), Int 12 (+1), Wis 12 (+1), Cha 12 (+1)

Languages: Common, Unique (Eblis)

Skills: Acrobatics +5, Stealth +5

Senses: Darkvision 60 ft.


Combat Mobility: Opportunity attacks against a moving eblis always have tactical disadvantage.

Spellcasting: Each eblis flock has one individual capable of using arcane magic as a 6th-level spellcaster. An eblis spellcaster uses Int as its casting ability (DC 11, attack +3) and doesn’t need material components to cast these spells. The spells it can cast are listed below.

At Will: minor illusion (sound only)

1st level (x4): disguise self, fog cloud

2nd level (x3): blur, magic mouth

3rd level (x2): fear, hypnotic pattern


Environment: Temperate and warm

Organization: Flock (4–16)

Eblis form a semi-civilized society of storkmen that make their homes in desolate swamps and . They rarely interact with other races, preferring the company of their own kind and the serenity of their marshland homes.

An eblis is a large bird that strongly resembles a stork—so much so that eblis are often called “stork men.” An eblis stands about 8 feet tall, and its neck is extremely long and snakelike. With it, an eblis is capable of blindingly fast movement. Storkmen are very fast at shifting and striking, and their necks are very powerful despite their slenderness. They attack by stabbing with their beak, which is long, sharp, and deadly.

A male eblis has gray- brown feathers with reddish patches on its head, while a female lacks the red patch.