Tremor | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Tremor is a 25-foot tall bear that crashes through the Wallingmiotta. While many believe Tremor is one of the Great Titans, this is untrue. Tremor was created spontaneously through fey magic. He now acts as the ultimate protector of the forest. Tremor does not move through the Wallingmiotta quietly. He can be spotted or heard … Continue reading Tremor | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Remote Traveler Alpha-Class | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Remote Traveler Alpha-Class A remote traveler is a top-of-the-line suit of animated armor/shield guardian hybrid that allows its owner to operate the construct from an unlimited distance. The alpha-class is an especially durable version of the remote traveler, with improved strength, speed, and defensive capabilities. Currently, the alpha-class models are in the prototype stage. Very … Continue reading Remote Traveler Alpha-Class | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Invisible Stalker Assassin | New Monster for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

An invisible stalker is an air elemental that has been summoned from its native plane and transformed by powerful magic. Its sole purpose is to hunt down creatures and retrieve objects for its summoner. When it is defeated or the magic that binds it expires, an invisible stalker vanishes in a gust of wind. Some … Continue reading Invisible Stalker Assassin | New Monster for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Chaos Beast | New Monster for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

These horrific creatures have mutable, ever-changing forms. Their deadly touch can make opponents melt into formless goo. There's no telling what a chaos beast will look like. One moment, it might be a towering horror of hooks and fangs, all pulpy flesh and exposed veins, and the next, a slithering mass of ropy, vermillion-tipped tentacles. … Continue reading Chaos Beast | New Monster for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Olmec (from Legends of the Hidden Temple) | For Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition (with Design Notes)

This is a great request. It comes in as part of a contest I held recently to pick a special attack for the blutgeist monster I created here on the blog. The winner got to put in a request that appeared at the top of the request pile. Whoop whoop! And here's what he asked … Continue reading Olmec (from Legends of the Hidden Temple) | For Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition (with Design Notes)

Zombie Hordes | Monsters for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition (Updated 12/9/2018)

Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition has rules for swarms. But those rules seem limited (at least as far as the monster entries go) to just Tiny creatures. But what about mobs of creatures that are bigger than Tiny? Specifically, what about zombies? Not too long ago, I created stats for a Black Friday Mob as … Continue reading Zombie Hordes | Monsters for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition (Updated 12/9/2018)

Dragon Skeletons | Monsters for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Currently, I'm in the process of building the first part of the dungeon for The Secret of Forsaken Peak. One of the first BBEGs of the game is a half-dragon goblin priest (that's going to be a whole-lotta-templates, eh?) that runs the joint. At his side, he has an animated dragon skeleton that isn't so … Continue reading Dragon Skeletons | Monsters for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Zombify Everything Part 2 | Basilisks, Behirs, and Bugbears as Zombies

It's been a while since I did the first, so I thought I'd crank out another one. After all, it's the last day of November. And uh, it's fall. So... zombies? I guess. Anyways! Here are zombie stats for basilisks, behirs, and bugbears. Basilisk Zombie Medium undead, unaligned Armor Class 14 (natural armor) Hit Points … Continue reading Zombify Everything Part 2 | Basilisks, Behirs, and Bugbears as Zombies

Cloaker Variants for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The cloaker is a cool monster. Basically, it's a giant, talking manta ray that pretends to be a coat. They're chaotic neutral, too, which means they kinda just want to do their own thing and be left alone. What really makes them bizarre, I feel, is that they look like bestial predators, have fluff that … Continue reading Cloaker Variants for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition