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
What in the name of the Realms is this? A cat? And a dragon? Mixed together! Some mad mage must have a sense of humor, or an animal seller somehow lucked into a desirable (or not) mix of a small dragon and a house cat. Imagine all the stubbornness of a cat mixed together with … Continue reading Dragon Cat 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.
Astral Dragons for Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons! Looking for a considerable challenge in the Silvery Void? These CR 28 monsters are perfect! Check them out
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!
Zorah Magdaros is a 845-foot-tall elder dragon from Monster Hunter: World. But is it possible to make him for 5e D&D? Find out!
The Iron Obelisk weeps in near silence – the pools of ichor growing around it, fed by its melancholy nature. The ichors seep down and flow where underground waters should, tainting the darkness with the ennui and melancholy of the pillar of iron. This is a 5e Dungeons and Dragons adventure for 3-5 characters of 7th level.