Forest giants are among the tallest specimens of giantkind, and they can live to be up to 200 years old. They are powerful hunters that pose a threat to all animals that dwell in the woods. An adult forest giant stands 18 feet tall but weighs only 3,000 pounds. The lanky, muscular body resembles that … Continue reading Forest Giants | Monsters for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Sleeping on the Demi-plane of Nightmares can be quite dangerous. In fact, any humanoid that falls asleep there unknowingly gives birth to a nightmare wraith. What is a nightmare wraith? A nightmare wraith is a ghostly copy of the creature whose dreams gave it life. The wraith looks and sounds like its creator, however, its … Continue reading Nightmare Wraith Template for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Ormyrrs are huge, wormlike monstrous humanoids that live semi-nomadic lifestyles around temperate and warm rivers and lakes. Although these bizarre, reclusive beings have no real magic ability themselves, for whatever reason they covet magic items. Some think it's because they hope to someday create their own ormyrrian magic. Because of this compulsion to stockpile magic items, they often find themselves at odds with adventurers.
The githyanki are a classic staple of Dungeons & Dragons. And in fifth, they're even cooler than before. So here's a BBEG from my campaign, Belcrom the Knight!
Looking for new humanoid races for your 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons campaigns? Here's 3, FREE to use, including baboon-people, badgerfolk, and bat-monsters.
Catwoman for fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons. Check out her stats and use her in your personal 5e D&D campaigns!
Secundi, tertians, quartons, and quintons are the highest ranking officials of Mechanus. Here are their stats for fifth edtion D&D.
What do a blind berserker, narcoleptic assassin, goblinoid antipaladin, and cowardly bear all have in common? Find out in this post!
It's time for a bug hunt! 5 new ankheg variants plus a vegepygmy zombie lord to rule 'em all! Check it out...