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
While raggamoffyns are created by magical waste and happenstance, junk golems are the result of alchemy, engineering, and a twisted sense of imagination. These constructs are often found near waste disposal sites or near battlefields where scrap material is easy to come by. No two junk golems look the same, but they do share a … Continue reading Junk Golems 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
In the spirit of Halloween (and the movie Halloween is currently the #1 movie in America), I decided to cook up stats for that ol' '70's horror icon, Michael Myers. Michael Myers is a fictional character from the Halloween series of slasher films. He first appears in John Carpenter's Halloween (1978) as a young boy who murders his sister, Judith Myers, and then, fifteen years later, … Continue reading Stat Anything: Michael Myers for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
The pistolero is a warrior of the gun. Some wield iron for good. Others for evil. Either way, these gunfighters are the best at what they do, capable of hitting small targets from hundreds of feet away. Pistolero (Gunslinger) Medium humanoid (any race), any alignment Armor Class 15 (hide armor) Hit Points 65 (10d8 + 20) … Continue reading Pistoleros (Gunslingers) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Lucha libre (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈlut͡ʃa ˈliβɾe], meaning "freestyle wrestling" or literally translated as "free fight") is the term used in Latin America for professional wrestling. Since its introduction to Mexico in the early 20th century, it has developed into a unique form of the genre, characterized by colorful masks, rapid sequences of holds and maneuvers, as well as "high-flying" maneuvers. The wearing of … Continue reading Luchadores for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
What in the name of the Realms is this? A cat? And a dragon? Mixed together! Some mad mage must have a sense of humor, or an animal seller somehow lucked into a desirable (or not) mix of a small dragon and a house cat. Imagine all the stubbornness of a cat mixed together with … Continue reading Dragon Cat for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Looking for mousefolk for your D&D fifth edition campaigns? Laicosts (mousefolk) are insanely fast and incredibly dangerous. Check them out!