Lettuce Blights for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The plague of the Gulthias tree spares no plant! Case in point: the terrifying lettuce blight. It may look like ordinary romaine lettuce, but once you get close enough, you immediately realize that the thing that used to be a staple of your tasty caesar salad is now a horrific creature, determined to infect you … Continue reading Lettuce Blights 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

Bamboo Blights for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Not all blights come from deciduous or coniferous forests. For example, the desecration of the Gulthias tree can spread to the desert and create cactus blights. There are tales of willow and cattail blights haunting swamps. But perhaps one of the most interesting blights adventurers may ever come across are the bamboo blights in Shou. … Continue reading Bamboo Blights for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Pigpeople for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Some time ago, hags learned that basic mercenaries don't always cut it. They're lazy, stupid, and often poorly trained. If anything, they can be a real burden on a coven's operation. "More trouble than they're worth!" quite a few hags have noted. Fortunately, Mama Jeejee, one of the oldest and cleverest wart-faced witches there ever … Continue reading Pigpeople for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

El Arbol Morado for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Deep in the jungles of southern Alberia and the Surlands awaits something horrible. The tribal Alberians call it xochitl mayana (or the "hungry flower"). Mexjicanos have labeled this fierce creature el arbol morado (the "purple tree"). Like a massive, purple tree, this creature grows in tropical climates. And it hungers for the flesh of all … Continue reading El Arbol Morado for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Tabudos for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

A popular tale among Cuzcatl fisherman, El Tabudo is also known as The Man With Big Knees. According to legend, he was once a wealthy fisherman who was one day taken by the sea and eventually reappeared as something more fish than man, his signature being his large, knobby knees. He now awaits all visitors to … Continue reading Tabudos 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

Monjas Malvadas for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Not all followers of Jesucristo are good. There are those who believe that their God's true power lies within his resurrection and that he is more of a spirit of vengeance than a benevolent martyr. Of course, an entire religion cannot be villainized because of the actions of a few extreme outliers. Regardless, the members … Continue reading Monjas Malvadas for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

10 Classic Horror Monsters for Pulp Luchador Adventures in D&D 5e

I don't know what it is about the old pulp luchador stories and art, but I just love the stuff. The idea of a Mexican wrestler going toe-to-toe with Dracula and the Wolfman is so damn thrilling! Masks, capes, muscles--they had it all. I mean, these guys were superheroes before superheroes were superheroes. And the … Continue reading 10 Classic Horror Monsters for Pulp Luchador Adventures in D&D 5e

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