zeppelined
Ed Grabianowski
zeppelined
Dec 10 2015
4

Monster? No, this should be my party’s HQ that transforms whenever there’s a giant or dragon to fight.

Dec 10 2015
2

From what I have heard, pathfinder is, call it, D&D 3.75? Is this a book that can be modified for 5e D&D, or, honestly, the palladium system? Read more

Dec 10 2015
3

I’m sorry, but Mr./Mrs./Mr. Lusca is currently tied up in a pro-bono class-action lawsuit, on behalf of 16 orphanages and 7 free clinics that a mobster has been trying to forcefully close. So they wont be able to take your case, in the foreseeable future, I’m afraid. Read more

Dec 10 2015
2

Guys, the 90's called, they want their edgy undead general back.

Dec 10 2015
1

These monsters sound awesome. My one hesitation with pulling out all the stops in something like “Bestiary 5” is how much complexity is added. Sure, fluctuating resistances sounds cool, but, at that level, how many other things am I tracking for how many other monsters? Sweet effects and powers are sweet unless I Read more

Dec 10 2015
6

Meanwhile, in 5e D&D, the Undead Sharkenbear, which is, of course, an undead bear with shark fists.

Dec 10 2015
1

Clicked in anticipation of Sharktopus references in the comments, and was not disappointed! Read more

Dec 10 2015
2

Also included: a number of fun constructs that are both creative and easy to access for low-level casters. Anyone want to build a magic scroll that floats around and strangles enemy spellcasters?

Dec 10 2015
9

I’m such a sucker for these types of books. I never really played D&D (maybe 1-2 games), but I loved the Monster Manuals and any books full of imaginative creatures and great art.

Nov 24 2015
7

Man, they got to be referencing the film Rawhead Rex. That dude scared the shit out of me when I was a kid.

Nov 19 2015
8

As someone who edits video for a living, that wonderful shot and placement is 100% intentional. Cheeky editor.

Nov 19 2015
2

This sounds like the name of a western steampunk rock band...