Abeil

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Abeil
Characteristics
Alignment Lawful (any)
Type Monstrous Humanoid
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Publication history
Source books 3E Monster Manual II

In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the Abeil are a fictional monstrous humanoid race. They resemble humanoid bees. They are also known as Bee People.

Publication history[edit]

The abeil first appeared in the third edition (3E) Monster Manual II (2002), including the Abeil Vassal, the Abeil Soldier, and the Abeil Queen.[1]

Physical Description[edit]

Abeils, as said before, resemble humanoid bees. They have a humanoid body (Usually like that of an elf), but with an insect's legs, wings, antennae, and black and yellow stripes.

Society[edit]

Abeil are industrious and expansionistic creatures with a complex social structure. Three castes of them exist: Vassals, Soldiers and Queens. They work and live together in hives. The Queen dominates completely, communicating with other Abeils using the "Hive Mind".

Several Different Types of Abeil Exist:

  • Vassals serve as the workers and labourers for the hive.
  • Soldiers serve as the warriors. They account for fully a third of the population.
  • Queens are the leaders. They rule hives with absolute power; all Abeil live and die by their queen's hand.

Environment[edit]

Abeil live in temperate to warm deserts, hills, and plains.

Misc[edit]

Abeil are usually of any lawful alignment.

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