For the last few installments of Daily Monster we’ve been discussing some very well known staples of the world of Dungeons and Dragons, many of which have been with us for since 1st edition. Today however, we’re taking a look at a 5th edition newcomer
Today we’re talking about one of the staple creatures of Dungeons and Dragons. These creatures feature in many a module and chances are that if you’ve been playing long enough you’ve encountered them at some point. And of course we’re talking about…
Now, look, out of everyone I know I think I’m definitely the most likely to want to fight a horse and even then I still have to ask…why?
Welcome readers, join us today in our new series called Spell Archive, an area where we take a quick look at our favorite spells, our feelings towards them, some useful tips on how best to use them, and some reflavoring ideas.
Alright, let me get this straight… we have a very interesting monster with cool multiple target abilities and a really decent intelligence score?… I’ll consider this my early Christmas present.
Here’s the thing… Vine Blights will always and forever remind me of that one Gothic horror module. Together with their twig cousins they will haunt my dreams until I kick the bucket so before my PTSD kicks in, let’s talk about…
The name is Orik Flamebeard, I am a Dwarven Blacksmith. I create all forms of magic items, weapons, and armors; anything you can think of I got it. Let’s see what spark of creativity Moradin has blessed me with today.
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.