Hags are unusual creatures. While they're well known for capturing babies and luring lost travelers into their shacks, they also enjoy twisting popular holidays to torment locals. That's how the gobble-lin came to be. Originally a tribe of downtrodden goblins that lived just outside of the hag's perimeter, a spiteful witch named Ugly Bess cut … Continue reading Gobble-lins for 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
Goblins aren't well-loved in the world. So it's no surprise that many take to garbage heaps to hide and build a new way-of-life for themselves. Over the years, these "trash goblins" (they hate that term, by the way) have developed a culture that revolves around refuse. It's in the waste of other humanoids they find … Continue reading Trash Goblins for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
In the dark parts of the world where few dare to travel there are all sorts of hungry horrors lurking and waiting. Of course, the only thing worse than the monsters themselves are the creatures who've adapted to being around such monstrosities. Such is the case with the strange humanoid race known as shreyas. Also … Continue reading Shreyas for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Clay golems are brutes that heal when they're hit with acid. So what sort of monsters should you pair with them? Read this to find out!
Ogres are tough! But even big brutes like them need help. Here's 4 support monsters for ogres in 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons...
What do a blind berserker, narcoleptic assassin, goblinoid antipaladin, and cowardly bear all have in common? Find out in this post!