The crabman was a creature appearing in second edition Dungeons & Dragons. What follows is the information taken directly from the second edition Monstrous Manual, followed by the updated stats for fifth edition. What are crabmen? Crabmen are man-sized intelligent crabs. They walk upright on two pairs of legs. The small pincers tipping the short arms … Continue reading Crabmen (Yurian) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
The aartuk was a creature appearing in second edition Dungeons & Dragons, specifically the infamous Spelljammer setting. What follows is the information taken directly from the second edition Monstrous Manual, then the updated stats for fifth edition. What are the aartuk? The aartuk are nomadic vegetables organized into small tribes. One elder leads each tribe. … Continue reading Aartuk for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Hideous creatures draped in the pleasing skin of a familiar companion, bog hags are vile shapechangers that prey on humans. Bog hags thrive in the fetid swamps and waterways of the Realms. Though they originate in the Shadowfell, they are at their deadliest on the Prime Material, where no one suspects their presence. A bog … Continue reading Bog Hags for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Ogres are tough! But even big brutes like them need help. Here's 4 support monsters for ogres in 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons...
3 new support monsters for 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons treants. These are free for you to use in your personal campaigns. Check them out!
Zombify everything! I'm working my way through the Monster Manual to create zombie versions of all your favorite Dungeons & Dragons 5e monsters. Check it out!
The Demi-Plane of Nightmares is host to all sorts of weird monsters. Here's 4 for you to use in your own D&D 5e campaigns.
Tired of kobolds and goblins in your 1st level adventures? Here's 3 FREE new small humanoids to use in your 5e D&D campaigns!
Quick monster today. My players are pretty close to entering the Ogre Base on the Dyson Megadelve. Thus, I thought it'd be fun to give the ogres some ogre-sized dogs that guard their front doors. Imagine a pair of sloppy, dumb French bulldogs the size of horses. Kind of a weak challenge for my players … Continue reading Ogre Dogs for Dungeons & Dragons 5e
Need some spooky animated objects to spice up your wizard tower adventure? Here's 5 that are perfect for you!