The Beast (Patron Request) | New Monster for Fifth Edition

This comes from Patreon Darrion N. The First Demon Lord, the Beast, basically Satan, takes the form of either a black constantly shadowed humanoid figure who’s features you can’t make out or a seven headed dragon with burning crowns that emit and aura of flame to burn those nearby, the dragon form can conjure a … Continue reading The Beast (Patron Request) | New Monster for Fifth Edition

Demon, Izzannoz | New Monster for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Demons are an integral part of D&D. They're probably a big part of why parents in the '70s and '80s didn't want their kids playing the game. For whatever reason, I don't get a ton of requests for demons or devils. But this one just came in from Patreon and it had me pretty stoked. … Continue reading Demon, Izzannoz | New Monster for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Splitjaws | New Playable Race for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The world of Wandrossa continues to expand. With each request that Patrons put in, the lore and flavor of the world are altered. And those that are in on the “ground floor” really get a hand in developing this unique campaign setting. Case in point: Here's my race request: Splitjaws. The name comes from a second … Continue reading Splitjaws | New Playable Race for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Stolas the Demon Prince for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Inspiration comes from the best place. Case in point: this morning, I was looking through Guy Davis artwork and I came upon this guy. First, if you don't know who Guy Davis is, do yourself a favor and look him up online. He was the artist for the comic book BPRB (a spinoff of Hellboy) … Continue reading Stolas the Demon Prince for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Naguals for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

In Mesoamerican folk religion, a nagual or nahual (both pronounced [na'wal]) is a human being who has the power to transform either spiritually or physically into an animal form: most commonly jaguar, puma, and wolf, but also other animals such as donkeys, birds, dogs or coyotes. Naguals in Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition In Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition, naguals are malevolent shapechanging fiends that possess lost souls. … Continue reading Naguals for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Las Calaveras Catrinas for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Coming back from Mexico and experiencing the awesome culture there, I've got all sorts of ideas kicking around for some cool, new Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons monsters. Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) is Thursday, therefore, I thought it was appropriate to make the infamous Las Calaveras Catrinas for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth … Continue reading Las Calaveras Catrinas for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Sibriex Lairs and Minions for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

I'm a little late posting this following Keith Ammann's latest Sibriex tactics post, but it's been a nutty week (I leave for Mexico on Friday). Anyways, let's take a look at the Sibriex and see what sort of minions and lair this guy needs. What is the sibriex? If you're not familiar with the sibriex, … Continue reading Sibriex Lairs and Minions for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Cambion Champion for Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons

A cambion is the offspring of a fiend, usually a succubus or incubus, and a humanoid. They often look like classic devil/demon archetypes: horns, leathery wings, tails, and red or dark skin. The demon lord Graz'zt is responsible for a whole bunch of Cambions, too, as he's the "getting jiggy with it" demon. Those particular cambions tend to have black skin, cloven hooves, six-fingers on each hand and are super attractive.