There is little dignity in death but dying on the toilet is one of the least dignified ways to die and surprisingly common. Some souls are so shamed by this lack the dignity that they cannot face the afterlife and
Don’t have decent stone or a good supply of metal? The resourceful wizard uses whatever they have to hand including junk and refuse. Garbage golems are held together by their incantations alone as their constituent parts of rotting matter and
The final piece of the Last Stand of the Rainbow Corps is the monsters that will bring about their downfall. In common with the player led theme of the adventure, the details of the nightmares are filled in by the
Deep in our monkey brains, there’s a little part of us that fears the night. Our primitive ancestors jumped at the slightest noise. Those who didn’t met death by big sharp point teeth. With our poor hearing and sense of
With infinite diversity come infinite combinations. Quantum physics tells that a numberless amount of parallel universe could exist, each with their own quirk of fate. Life on these worlds was the subject of our Think Tank. Want monsters might we
The best way to shake up a party is for them to encounter a monster they don’t recognize. This is especially effective on players who have that smugness that can only come from an encyclopedic knowledge of the monster manual.
As a GM, the fantasy creatures you add to your gaming sessions are your characters and for this reason probably the most important aspect of the game as well as the one that can give you the most pleasure. In
Struggling to find the miniature you need? Left your boxs of figures at home? Don’t worry, just grab a sheet of paper and fold yourself some monsters. The Bulette above comes from a collection of origami D&D monsters that are