The athach is a hulking, misshapen biped. Its flabby, pear-shaped body has a third arm growing from its chest. Immensely strong, an athach can hammer most opponents to gory paste. An athach has a wide, slobbering mouth. Curving tusks like a boar's jut from its lower jaw. Its other teeth are small and peglike. It … Continue reading Athach | New Monster for 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
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
La Carretanagua is a ghostly ox cart driver that some say appears as a tall hooded apparition. It's believed that he is not originally of Niquaro or anywhere in Alberia, but hails from Lejos, across MarQue Bosteza. Truth is he's a fiend that's been hired by the denizens of hell to bring the dead to … Continue reading Carretanagua for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
High up in the mountains in the deep Surlands of Biru live a race of gentle, rural folk known by the Mexjicanos as yamas, or llamafolk. These llama humanoids live alongside the Biruvians and are semi-nomadic, traveling from the edges of the eastern rainforests of the Amassona all the way to the Antisuyo crests bordering … Continue reading Yamas (Llamafolk) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
These bony, one-eyed ghouls spread a hideous curse with their unclean claws, causing their victims to transform into mindless savages at night. Tigbanua busos are a dangerous humanoid species that were once friendly and helpful but have since become one of humanity's deadliest enemies. They are tall and gaunt (7 feet tall, 140 pounds), with … Continue reading Tigbanua Buso for Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons
Lammasus are noble creatures that are concerned with the welfare and safety of good beings. They usually take residence in abandoned temples and ruins in remote areas. Good folks that visit them are often treated to assistance, especially if their visitors are combating evil. However, they are no fans of evil beings and will attack those on sight.