Reign of Winter
One of Baba Yaga’s servants who live in the Dancing Hut, this fey house spirit dresses as a peasant, wearing a red shawl over her stringy black hair and hunched frame. However, she also has a bird’s beak, donkey’s ears, clawed hands, talons, and horns.
Female advanced kikimora
CN Medium fey
Init +10; Senses low-light vision, Perception +5
AC 22, touch 17, flat-footed 15 ( +6 Dex, +1 dodge, +5 natural)
hp 68 (8d6 +40)
Fort +6, Ref +12, Will +11
Dmg Reduction 5/cold iron
Spell Resistance 17
Speed 30 ft.
Melee 2 claws +10 (1d4 +1)
Spell-Like Abilities (CL 8th; concentration +15)
At will — forced quiet (DC 18), invisibility (self only), mending, prestidigitation
3/day — break (DC 18), charm animal (DC 18), deep slumber (DC 20), pain strike (DC 20)
1/day — major image (DC 20), make whole, summon swarm
Str 17, Dex 22, Con 19, Int 16, Wis 20, Cha 25
Base Atk +4; CMB +7; CMD 24
Feats Dodge, Improved Initiative, Toughness, Weapon Finesse
Skills Acrobatics +12, Appraise +8, Bluff +18, Diplomacy +18, Escape Artist +17, Knowledge (nature) +10, Linguistics +5, Perception +15, Sense Motive +12, Sleight of Hand +12, Spellcraft +10, Stealth +17
Languages Common, Aklo, Giant, Russian, Skald, Sylvan
Special Quality hidey-hole
When a kikimora chooses a house to inhabit, she can create an extra dimensional space by scrawling a sigil on a wall, baseboards, cupboard, or semi-permanent object (like a stove). This sigil serves as the entrance to the kikimora’s tiny domain, where she can live within the home without being detected. Only the kikimora can enter this hidey-hole. Anytime after designating a hidey-hole, a kikimora can transport herself and up to 50 pounds of objects to the hidey-hole as a standard action, as long as she is in the same room as the sigil. The kikimora can exit the hidey-hole in the same way, appearing in the closest empty square to the sigil. Any objects left within the hidey-hole remain there when the kikimora exits the space, even if she removes the sigil and places it in another location. While inside the hidey-hole, the kikimora can see what is going outside of the space through a special sensor, as if the kikimora were standing where her sigil is placed. As a result, mundane objects placed in front of the sigil can block the kikimora’s sight from the hidey-hole.