The Horde of Muldrec

Adventures, Weekly Beastie

Gorthan pencils 2We’ve published The Horde of Muldrec, a collection of the monsters and enemies created for The Battle of Kierk Field.

Art provided by Ethan Slayton.

Get your copy at DriveThruRPG.

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The Battle of Kierk Field- The Conquest of Muldrec P.1

Adventures

Battle of Kierk Field jpgWe’ve published The Battle of Kierk Field, the first chapter in The Conquest of Muldrec campaign. This short adventure is a great for a night of gaming where you want something epic but don’t have the time for something long!

Art provided by Ethan Slayton.

Get it at DriveThruRPG.

Weekly Beasties – Neanderthelf

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NeanderthelfEven gods need practice. When the makers of universe decided to create Elves, their first attempt failed. Thus, the Neanderthelf was born. Void of the grace that define their more common cousins, the Neanderthelf is a cruel and ignorant race. While Neanderthelves share many of the physical qualities of Elves, including their long lives, their brutal nature has stunted their growth as people. They build no grand cities and know nothing of magic. They live in nomadic tribes where might makes right and the most common way to end an argument is a split skull.

Weekly Beasties – Coccihemoth

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CoccihemothMany who see the Coccihemoth for the first time underestimate it thanks to its resemblance to the humble ladybug. Those foolish enough to approach, however, often learn a swift lesson about the deadly nature of this giant insect.

Though lumbering and clumsy, the Coccihemoth is a powerful creature with an insatiable appetite. Able to emit a foul smell when threatened, it’s been known to devour entire adventuring parties; pulling them into its gullet one by one as they choke on the stench of tainted air.

Release- 8 Bit Beasties: Gorgon Slime

8-Bit Beasties

Gorgon Slime Cover finWe’ve launched a new premium product and product line! The Gorgon Slime is combination monster/lair/nostalgia piece that emulates the visual style of 8-bit NES RPGs. We commissioned special monster art for this and created custom pixel art on our own (using the original Final Fantasy as reference). This is also our first product compatible with Dungeon World!

Weekly Beasties – Hammerhead Naga

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Hammerhead NagaEasily identified by its hard external skull cap, the Hammerhead Naga is a deadly reptile that uses its predominant physical feature as a weapon to bash its opponents into submission. The true threat however, lies not on its head but in its mouth. Deadly venom drips from its fangs. Those unfortunate enough to meet the inside of its maw will be the recipients of a terrible and searing pain.

Weekly Beasties – Poison Pineapple

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Poison PineappleA tree-like creature similar in semblance to a pineapple palm tree, the Poison Pineapple starts off as a small and mobile plant. When it matures, it finds a river or stream to put down roots and serve as its permanent feeding ground.

Once it’s rooted it leaks an acidic nectar that taints the waters. Once the river’s sufficiently murderous, the Poison Pineapple will suck the waters back in, consuming the carcasses of the creatures that died in its soup. 

Though it only happens once every few years, the Poison Pineapple will sometimes grow seedlings. If they survive the drop to the ground they’ll hatch into new Poison Pineapples. They’re also lethally toxic, as many unfortunate souls have discovered when trying to take a bite from the tree’s “fruit.”

Weekly Beasties- Jawless

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JawlessA gruesome guard often employed by necromancers to protect their lairs, the Jawless is a zombie that’s had its mouth removed. Unable to sate its undead appetite for the flesh of the living, what little mind it has left is driven mad by hunger. It will viciously attack any living creature who crosses its path. Even its creators must tread carefully in its presence, for its rotting brain can’t distinguish between friend and foe.