VAMPIRE RAIDER OF KOCHAB
Hit Dice: 2+6
Armor Class: 15
Attacks: 1 weapon (1d10 + weapon modifier) or bite (1d8 + disease)
Saving Throw: 16
Special: Necrotic bite, otherworldly presence
Size: MChallenge Level/XP: 4/120
Just southeast of the mountains called The Spear that nestle the sage-city of Taltun lies a ruined city once known by the name of Kochab. It was part of the Voori empire that had spread over the continent before recorded history. Its only current inhabitants are what the people of the city of Antioch call the Vampire Raiders, a pale but strong race of people that sustain themselves largely by taking slaves and using them for labor and food. They are cursed with an unnaturally long life, which is said to be uncountable centuries, dislike (but are not hindered by) sunlight, and prefer to dwell in the places below the surface of their city that they have constructed for themselves (this under-city is rumored to extend below The Throne and perhaps to Taltun itself).
In combat, Vampire Raiders are quite fierce, and will generally use weapons unless they are disarmed. They have a terrible bite, complete with vampire-like fangs, and a victim of this bite must make a saving throw or face infection with disease. The Raiders' disease is debilitating and deadly, causing damage on the second day of infection in the amount of 1d6 points of Constitution damage. This disease will last for 1d6 days, each subsequent day after the first causing this Con damage. When a victim reaches 0 Con, he dies. A saving throw can be made each day to end the disease (after Con damage is assessed, of course).
The most deadly aspect of the Vampire Raiders, however, is their otherworldly presence. Simply being within 60 feet of a Raider forces characters to make a saving throw, with failure indicating that they are fascinated by the creature for 1d4 rounds, or until the fascination is broken in the usual ways.