Graveman | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Gravemen are gaunt, blackened creatures with glowing white eyes. They lack noses, mouths, and ears. And although referred to as "gravemen", these undead creatures have no discernible anatomy and are effectively genderless. Want the PDF plus 140 more? Become a DMDave patron at the copper tier or higher and you'll get this PDF plus 130+ … Continue reading Graveman | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Rasgax Howler | New NPC for Fifth Edition

From the highlands of Northern Omeria come the Rasgax tribes. A nomadic people, the Rasgax focus their efforts on combating the belligerent races of the north, including orcs, frost giants, and c'nuim iteah. Rasgax have fair to reddish skin and blonde or red hair. Their eyes are often deep scarlet or sometimes even bright red. … Continue reading Rasgax Howler | New NPC for Fifth Edition

Charbrood | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Charbrood are insidious elemental creatures that hunt living creatures in the Obsidian Plain. Sometimes they are referred to as "greater magmin." However, they have no known connection to magmin beyond their fire elemental origin. Want the PDF plus 140 more? Become a DMDave patron at the copper tier or higher and you'll get this PDF … Continue reading Charbrood | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Tethered Template | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Tethered are creatures cloned from humanoids. They were originally developed to take control of the humanoid from which they were modeled. Unfortunately, the experiment failed as the connection between the tethered and the living being was far too weak. However, some rare tethered have shown a tenuous ability to take control of their originators. Tethered … Continue reading Tethered Template | New Monster for Fifth Edition

La Segua | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Seguas are specters that have the bodies of humanoid women and the faces of horses that haunt the northern Weysevain coast. Charming and evil, they use their humanoid form to lure in unaware sailors and farmers. Once alone, the segua reveals its true form, then slaughters its prey. The first sighting of seguas were reported … Continue reading La Segua | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Waterspout | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Also known as "water elemental hydras", waterspouts are deadly elementals that roam the Ocean of Warna. Temperamental, they're prone to attacking ships without provocation and often lay siege to coastal villages and island habitats. Recognizing their value, the marids of Qhek often enslave and employ waterspouts, using them as weapons against the land-based humanoids. Aquan … Continue reading Waterspout | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Arnitiko/Arnitika | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Also known as "the Elves of the Other" the arnitikos are a rare humanoid species that live in Omeria. Typically, Arnitikos are outsiders and wanderers who have no community to call their own. However, they are highly sought out for their martial skills as well as their ability to go unnoticed by undead creatures. Arnitikos … Continue reading Arnitiko/Arnitika | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Quogwat | New Monster for Fifth Edition

The untamed forests of Odonburg are home to many unusual and interesting creatures, many of which have never been discovered beyond Southern Omeria. Perhaps one of the oddest creatures found exclusively in Odonburg are the reclusive quogwats. Resembling a cross between a frog and a hedgehog, the quogwats are 5-inch-tall plant creatures who thrive in … Continue reading Quogwat | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Giant Wolf | New Monster for Fifth Edition (366 Days of Monsters)

Giant wolves are to dire wolves what dire wolves are to regular forest wolves. Measuring nearly 30 feet in length, these colossal lupines are the genuine kings and queens of the forest. As a "divine figure", they are looked up to by their smaller kin. Giant wolf packs include dozens of smaller wolves, dire wolves, … Continue reading Giant Wolf | New Monster for Fifth Edition (366 Days of Monsters)

Flying Spider | New Monster for Fifth Edition (366 Days of Monsters)

Flying spiders, like their cousins, the giant wolf spider, are intelligent, pony-sized arachnids that hunt in the dark. Whereas wolf spiders prefer caverns and underground places to find their prey, flying spiders take to the outside world on mountainsides and dark forests. A stealthy predator, flying spiders prefer to fly by and grab their targets … Continue reading Flying Spider | New Monster for Fifth Edition (366 Days of Monsters)