Last night, I had a dream about the first video game that I ever played, Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link. For those who don't remember (or aren't old enough to remember), the boss of the first dungeon was Horsehead. Horsehead was literally just that: a knight with the head of a horse. I figured … Continue reading Cavaloth “Horsehead” | New Monster for Fifth Edition
Continuing my conversion of old Ravenloft monsters, here are a few more uglies from the Dread Realms to populate your Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition campaigns. Flavor text is taken from the original supplements from whence it came (property Wizards of the Coast). Conversions by me, DM Dave. Mullonga The aboriginal witch Mullonga is one … Continue reading 3 More Monsters for Your Ravenloft Campaigns | Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Other yugoloths may serve their employers and superiors as mercenaries, bodyguards, and torturers, but the battleloths literally serve as tools for their masters to exploit. Each of these creatures can take the form of a particular weapon, such as a sword, axe, or crossbow. In this form, the battleloth can be wielded in combat by its master. In general, a battleloth is … Continue reading Yugoloth, Arrow Battleloth for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
The Iron Obelisk weeps in near silence – the pools of ichor growing around it, fed by its melancholy nature. The ichors seep down and flow where underground waters should, tainting the darkness with the ennui and melancholy of the pillar of iron. This is a 5e Dungeons and Dragons adventure for 3-5 characters of 7th level.