Looks like those mad mages are at it again. Part skunk and part velociraptor, the skunkasaurus makes for one bizarre encounter. Not only do these critters have the ferocious carnivorous appetites of the predatory velociraptors, but they have learned to weaponize their skunklike defensive secretions to temporarily disable their prey--or ward off larger beasties, as … Continue reading Skunkasauruses for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
A cheetah dragon is less a dragon in the traditional sense and more of a fierce, bestial monstrosity that stalks savannahs and plains. Using a combination of their slowing breath and own incredible speed, they hunt to sate their incredible hunger. A single cheetah dragon can eat up to 200 pounds worth of prey in a day.
Killer flowers! Not only do these little buggers try to poison you, but they'll blind you, too, if you're not careful. Check out these FREE D&D 5e stats.
My six-year-old son Jack helps me come up with cool monster ideas. Here's 5 I love: a room-sized mimic, a giant snake that golins can ride, a haunted book that creates ghosts from its pages, and a swarm of blood-sucking worms. Check 'em out!
Just a few minutes ago I was out in my yard digging a hole for a tree I bought. And I was thinking two things: Digging holes in the middle of the Oklahoma summer sucks. I need to come up with a cool monster for the large pool in Dyson Logos' Mushroom Cavern. Fortunately, Jack, … Continue reading Monsters by Jack: Colossal Cave Crocodile
Welcome back to Dave’s Daily D&D Monsters! Today, I’ll be tackling angels. Here’s what you can expect from this post: My thoughts on angels (again) 4 new angel variants. Plus, one of the angel variants is by Jack! Thoughts on Angels (Continued) I just read over Keith Ammann's review of angels on his 5e tactics … Continue reading Angel Variants for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition – Part 2
Even as an adventurer, there's no safety in sleep. Here lurks a creature that designs your nightmares, becomes them, then destroys you with them. Behold! The dreemeen!