This strange creature bears certain similarities to a centaur, though its small stature, thorax body, clicking legs and buglike head certainly set it apart.
An air elemental is a funneling cloud of whirling air with a vague semblance of a face. It can turn itself into a screaming cyclone, creating a whirlwind that batters creatures even as it flings them away…
Being from the Feywild, these tiny creatures come from a place of song and wonder, where arcane magic runs freely and wildly. It is safe to assume that all creatures from this plane are at least to some degree magical; Sprites are not the exception.
…emaciated looking monkey with ribs almost visible through their coarse pelts. Their hands and feet a distinctive blood red color that almost makes it look like they’ve just had a fresh kill.
With the largest wingspan of all the dragons and a sort of beaked snout these angry and vengeful creatures are known for going into fits of destruction when angered. The mountain lovers love only one thing above all else, treasure.
Today’s Daily Monster is thankfully not nearly as gross as yersday’s. I present… the Large Subterranean Lizard.
The reek of rotten vegetation hangs off their misshapen bodies and you watch as streams of blood and bile slowly drip down the creatures bloated form… Yeah, we have that to look forward to today.
Last time on “How to Run:” we covered a general layout of Chromatic Dragons and how you can make them feel more alive and memorable. Today we are going to be focusing specifically on Green Dragons.
Whether your campaign is set in Ravnica or you’re looking to steup up your cultists Blood Witches might just be the thing for you!
Welcome DMs and Adventures alike! Join me today for the first of many articles in my new series “How to Run” where we will be talking about running your Chromatic Dragons and how to make them feel more realistic, scary, and memorable.