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by John Walter Biles

Mujina are human in form except for having an utterly blank facial area; they can use magic to appear with any human face they desire, however. Mujina hate any species with individual characteristics, but they especially hate the diversity of humans and seek to destroy them. They are not idiots, though, and are careful to use their abilities to cover themselves. Older, wiser Mujina often found criminal syndicates used to bring down and corrupt entire communities without getting caught.

Mujina, Level 8 Elite Skirmisher
Medium natural humanoid XP 700
Initiative +9 Senses Perception +8
HP 176; Bloodied 88
AC 22; Fortitude 20, Reflex 20, Will 20
Saves +2 Action Points 1
Speed 6
m Spear (standard; at-will)
+13 vs. AC; 1d6+6
m Dual Weapon Fighter (standard; at-will)
The Mujina makes 2 Spear attacks
Face the Faceless (standard; Refresh 5-6) | Arcane, Fear, Psychic
The Mujina suddenly reveals its true blank face.
+11 vs. Will; 1d8+5 Psychic damage and the Mujina gains combat advantage on his foe until the end of his next turn.
Surprise Attack
The Mujina does +2d6 damage on foes it has combat advantage on
Change Face (minor; at-will) | Polymorph
A Mujina can alter the appearance of its face to take on the appearance of any Medium human, including a unique individual (see Change Shape, MM page 280).
Alignment Chaotic Evil Languages Common, Elven
Skills Bluff +16, Insight +13, Stealth +12, Streetwise +14
Str 16 (+7) Dex 17 (+7) Wis 18 (+8)
Con 16 (+7) Int 17 (+7) Cha 20 (+9)

Mujina typically open with a surprise attack, then the next round burn an action point, use Face the Faceless on someone, then go to town on them with their twin spear attacks, hopefully backed by their Surprise Attack ability.