For a game that puts such a strong emphasis on imagination, Dungeons and Dragons has quite a few rules that both DMs and players must keep up with. Let’s take a look at some of the alternatives.
Part of me really wants to know who it was that sat down and pitched this monster to the rest of the creative team. Who hurt you?
Welcome my friends, as part of Witcher Week we will be looking at a few key ideas that you can incorporate into your campaign to hopefully help give it that very distinct Witcher feel. Come join us as we take a quick dive into the world of Witcher.
Today’s Witcher inspired Daily Monster comes to us from the depths of shadowy forests where civilization isn’t welcome.
Witcher Week is here! Today we take a look at what’s probably the most common creature in this new world of monsters and how you could adapt it for your home campaign.
Welcome DMs, Wizard Charlie here with another radical idea for your monsters, NPCs, and worlds! Today we will discuss some more abstract ideas: enemy qualities and flaws.
Aaaand we’re back to fiends. I have to say though, as far as fiends are concerned, this is a fairly interesting one; I do enjoy lawful evil monsters quite a bit, so I’m pretty excited to dig into this one. Without any further ado, let us talk about the…
Our second Slaad of the series! I have to say that I like this one quite a bit more than I like the Red Slaad but I’ll let you be the judge.
Join me today in discussing our very first Acquisitions Incorporated monster! Of course we’re talking about the one and the only Chaos Quadrapod!
As someone who has a terrible record of keeping houseplants alive, I have to say that I’m kind of intimidated by this creature. Has nature finally had enough of my failed gardening attempts? Perhaps it is the Corpse Flower who should fear me instead