Dungeons & Dragons RPG: Monster Manual Hardcover
Wizards of the Coast(based on 2 ratings)
A menagerie of deadly monsters for the world’s greatest roleplaying game.
The Monster Manual presents a horde of classic Dungeons & Dragons creatures, including dragons, giants, mind flayers, and beholders—a monstrous feast for Dungeon Masters ready to challenge their players and populate their adventures.
The monsters contained herein are culled from the D&D game’s illustrious history, with easy-to-use game statistics and thrilling stories to feed your imagination.
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