The bobcat is an adaptable predator that inhabits wooded areas, as well as semi-desert, urban edge, forest edge, and swampland environments. With a gray to brown coat, whiskered face, and black-tufted ears, the bobcat resembles a lynx, although smaller on average. It has distinctive black bars on its forelegs and a black-tipped, stubby (or "bobbed") tail, from … Continue reading Bobcats for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Killer flowers! Not only do these little buggers try to poison you, but they'll blind you, too, if you're not careful. Check out these FREE D&D 5e stats.
My six-year-old son Jack helps me come up with cool monster ideas. Here's 5 I love: a room-sized mimic, a giant snake that golins can ride, a haunted book that creates ghosts from its pages, and a swarm of blood-sucking worms. Check 'em out!
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 Demi-plane of Nightmares is a classic D&D staple. I've brought it back for 5th with a bit of a twist. Check it out!
Need a big, bad evil guy for your fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons adventures? Look no further than the Duke of Nightmares! Check out his stats!
The ocularon was one of the weirdest monsters from 3rd edition. This eyeball stealing, jellyfish thing is quite scary. Time to update it for 5e D&D!
It's raining frogs! A NEW playable race for your fifth edition games, plus frog kings, drunk frog witch doctors, bloated frog gods, and frogs that get you with their tongues.