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

3 Ravenloft Monsters for Your Campaigns (Part 3) | Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Editio

I've been having fun converting old Ravenloft monsters to Fifth Edition. With a stomach full of Thanksgiving food and a brain full of caffeine, I figured, "Hey! Why not make some more." A little background on how I've been finding these monsters to convert plus a bit of a shoutout. These are all coming from … Continue reading 3 Ravenloft Monsters for Your Campaigns (Part 3) | Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Editio

3 More Monsters for Your Ravenloft Campaigns | Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Continuing my conversion of old Ravenloft monsters, here are a few more uglies from the Dread Realms to populate your Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition campaigns. Flavor text is taken from the original supplements from whence it came (property Wizards of the Coast). Conversions by me, DM Dave. Mullonga The aboriginal witch Mullonga is one … Continue reading 3 More Monsters for Your Ravenloft Campaigns | Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

3 New Monsters for Your Ravenloft Campaigns | Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Call me corny, but I've always loved Ravenloft. I think the setting has a cool atmosphere, awesome monsters, and some great mechanics. While I like the Fifth Edition version found in Curse of Strahd, my love for Ravenloft first came in second edition and later in third edition when White Wolf had the rights. Without … Continue reading 3 New Monsters for Your Ravenloft Campaigns | Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Chuul Variants for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Despite being a lifelong fan of Dungeons and Dragons, for whatever reason, aboleths are stuck in a blind spot on my D&D nerd-dar. If you aren't familiar with aboleths, they're basically giant, Lovecraftian, psychic fish monsters that can turn humanoids into thin-skinned, water-breathing servants. Pretty ick all the way around. But this article isn't about … Continue reading Chuul Variants for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Wolfweres for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The wolfwere is an evil and hateful creature that delights in the brutal slaying of humans and demihumans alike. In many cases, the wolfwere is able to attack its victims with utter surprise because of its ability to assume the shape of a human of exceptional charisma. The wolfwere is able to assume a wide … Continue reading Wolfweres for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Aluxo’ob (Heartstone Dwarves) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

An alux (plural: aluxo'ob) is a short, stout humanoid hailing from the southern reaches and jungles Alberia. Aluxo'ob are the natural protectors and miners of heartstone (la piedra de corazón), defending the rare element and its mágico. When the Lejodores sailed across El MarQue Bosteza and conquered the Aztec nations to the north, the aluxo'ob revealed … Continue reading Aluxo’ob (Heartstone Dwarves) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Las Sucias for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

From Honduran legends: la sucia tells the popular story of a beautiful young woman denied marriage at the altar because she was unbaptized. She then wandered out of mind, never removing her increasingly filthy wedding dress until she died of heartbreak after her suitor married another. The story follows that she appears in beautiful form … Continue reading Las Sucias for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Tecuani for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Tecuani, whose name literally means "people-eater", are jaguar humanoids that live in the forests and jungles in the southern parts of the Mexica empire. The tecuani are a superstitious, yet proud race. They welcome outsiders but are known to be particularly hot-tempered and quick to feud. The tecuani people prize strength above all other attributes and … Continue reading Tecuani for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition