Ice Geist | New Monster for Fifth Edition

When a group of travelers becomes stranded on a dangerous, snowy pass with no way to escape, sometimes they turn to murder then cannibalism. These evil deeds taint the terrain around it and the souls of the unfortunate become a single powerful, undead entity: an ice geist. An ice geist appears as a huge, black … Continue reading Ice Geist | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Bloodroot Tree | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Bloodroot Tree Infesting the thick, black forests of the Xenem Dynasty and parts of Aegreya, the bloodroot trees are vampiric plants that act as a natural defense to the vampire citadels which they surround. The first trees were created by Xenem Shi's daughter, Ming and planted in his garden. Although thankful for the gift, Xenem … Continue reading Bloodroot Tree | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Ewoska | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Sailing through the skies of The Summer Land and parts of Central Omeria are the red-eyed ewoskas, large, intelligent falcon-like birds whose shrill shriek can shrink creatures down to transportable (and edible) sizes. Ewoskas are leftovers from the Transmuter Wars of the Hand of the Two. The great birds were tasked to fly over battlefields … Continue reading Ewoska | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Arruquettan Spearwielder | New NPC for Fifth Edition

Most Arruquettans are dangerous with a spear. But those few warriors who actually bear the title "spearwielder" are among the deadliest warriors in all of Omeria. The spearwielders are humanoids enhanced by prolonged exposure to emerald odonburgite, specifically the large gem that lies at the bottom of the Pool of Goerrell. There are currently twenty … Continue reading Arruquettan Spearwielder | New NPC for Fifth Edition

Winter Wraith | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Among the most feared creatures of the north are the dreaded winter wraiths. Although the Rasgax call these creatures "wraiths", the term is a misnomer; winter wraiths are elementals, created from chaos and cold energy, relics of the Time Forgotten. Lords of Winter. The Olyothyrians speak of an ancient winter kingdom ruled by the winter … Continue reading Winter Wraith | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Sorcerer | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Sorcerer As descendants of the dragonkin of Aegraya and the Great Chromatics of The Summer Land, sorcerers are born with innate magical powers. Of all the Chromatic breeds who propagated among humanoids, reds were by far most prolific. Tostrasz the Enormous alone was rumored to have over 100 half-humanoid progeny. The most powerful sorcerers are … Continue reading Sorcerer | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Dokh Nuzegh | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Dokh nuzegh (DOKE nu CHAY) roughly translates to "no magic dog" in Goblin. Certainly, the "no magic" part is accurate. Dokh nuzeghs have an innate hatred of magic. They hate magic so much, in fact, that they will run at top speeds for a mile or longer to find and kill a magic-user. The "dog" … Continue reading Dokh Nuzegh | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Entozooze | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Terrifyingly fast and horrible to behold, entozoozes are 20-foot-long, formless tentacles of sweet-smelling sludge. These horrors slide through dungeons, caverns, and other underground lairs feeling around for organic material to consume. Their protoplasm exudes a strange magic-dampening quality that disables the magical properties of magic weapons and armor. Dungeon lords find this particularly amusing as … Continue reading Entozooze | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Nightmare Orb | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Nightmare Orb Taking its name from the malicious duke who created the first of them, nightmare orbs more than live up to their devilish monikers. Although they only measure six inches in diameter, the orbs are fast, deadly, and frightfully intelligent. At the Battle of Aspaeth, a single orb nicknamedĀ HellĀ cut down an entire army of … Continue reading Nightmare Orb | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Umbra | New Monster for Fifth Edition

The umbra are the inhabitants of the Shores of Despair in the Other and the Other's dominant race. Visitors to the Other, whom the umbra have dubbed "Those Who Encroach", who have met the umbra recount tales of a vile, cruel species of elf-like creatures. Hence, the erroneous nickname "shadow elf." Want the PDF plus … Continue reading Umbra | New Monster for Fifth Edition