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Dragon78 wrote:
Wannabe Demon Lord, all those creatures sound interesting to me.

. Thanks Dragon! I definitely put quite a bit of thought into those ones.


Reduxist wrote:
Has anyone suggested the Mari Lwyd yet? Because a giant ghostly horse head with ranks in perform (sing) and stealing all your food sounds hilarious.

Like her?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOv8snCX-Kc


Mystic_Snowfang wrote:
Berselius wrote:
Reduxist wrote:

How about the angels of the Ars Paulina and the Zabaniah, from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Islamic folklore respectively? Considering how many gods possess the evil domain, having 43 new good, celestial gods wouldn't hurt.

Heck, why stop there? The fiendish forces have plenty of variance, but celestials only have around four. Maybe the new pantheons could bring in some new celestial races?

Also, maybe a Darwin Award Daemon.

.....the really weird thing is I can't tell if your being serious or if your being sarcastic. o_O
I think a Daemon that promotes "never my fault" thinking leading to premature deaths from being an idiot would be interesting.

So in other words, a Daemon produced via death by stupidity and seeks to cause more death of mortals that way? I don't think such Daemons will be held in high esteem by the Horsemen or the Daemonic Harbingers who serve them. Still, it's an interesting idea.

Silver Crusade

Berselius wrote:
Mystic_Snowfang wrote:
Berselius wrote:
Reduxist wrote:

How about the angels of the Ars Paulina and the Zabaniah, from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Islamic folklore respectively? Considering how many gods possess the evil domain, having 43 new good, celestial gods wouldn't hurt.

Heck, why stop there? The fiendish forces have plenty of variance, but celestials only have around four. Maybe the new pantheons could bring in some new celestial races?

Also, maybe a Darwin Award Daemon.

.....the really weird thing is I can't tell if your being serious or if your being sarcastic. o_O
I think a Daemon that promotes "never my fault" thinking leading to premature deaths from being an idiot would be interesting.
So in other words, a Daemon produced via death by stupidity and seeks to cause more death of mortals that way? I don't think such Daemons will be held in high esteem by the Horsemen or the Daemonic Harbingers who serve them. Still, it's an interesting idea.

Spectacular Stupidity


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Jackass, the afterlife.


Berselius wrote:
Mystic_Snowfang wrote:
Berselius wrote:
Reduxist wrote:

How about the angels of the Ars Paulina and the Zabaniah, from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Islamic folklore respectively? Considering how many gods possess the evil domain, having 43 new good, celestial gods wouldn't hurt.

Heck, why stop there? The fiendish forces have plenty of variance, but celestials only have around four. Maybe the new pantheons could bring in some new celestial races?

Also, maybe a Darwin Award Daemon.

.....the really weird thing is I can't tell if your being serious or if your being sarcastic. o_O
I think a Daemon that promotes "never my fault" thinking leading to premature deaths from being an idiot would be interesting.
So in other words, a Daemon produced via death by stupidity and seeks to cause more death of mortals that way? I don't think such Daemons will be held in high esteem by the Horsemen or the Daemonic Harbingers who serve them. Still, it's an interesting idea.

I’d like to think they wouldn’t care: they just love invoking stupid and avoidable deaths (ie., taking the obviously cursed treasure, walking straight into a trap, messing with the orc) and the feeling of schadenfreude. They hate existence and love their jobs.


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Types of undead specific to one race like elves, dwarves, halflings, gnomes, catfolk, goblins, orcs, lizardfolk, etc.

A monstrous humanoid that corrupts children and the worse kids become another of it's kind continuing the cycle.

Some wingless/flightless multi-headed dragon species.


Those would all be cool Dragon. In terms of the second suggestion, are you familiar with a particularly vile creature from Patagonia called the Invunche?

Also, it would be really cool if we got Yamata-No-Orochi as a flightless, multi-headed dragon.


"Intrigue", "Horror" and "Wilderness" should be put up front in the next Bestiary. It would also be a good contrast by going with both urban and wild monsters... and terrifying ones can be added in both camps, so ;)

Ultimate Intrigue added elements for serial killers, viligantes and other stuff mostly taken from modern fiction, so:
- monstruous humanoids being failed experiments
- templates for supernaturally insane/mad inmates
- feys out for vengeance for urban development
- magical beasts keyed to forges, ovens, presses and other machines
- urban constructs

Horror Adventures added elements from horror movies thrillers and such, so:
- undead or aberrations based on torture methods and devices
- outsiders even more savage and blodthirsty
- humanoid beings leading a crusade for being the perfect race

Ultimate Wilderness added stuff from nature and other folklores, so:
- more giant-sized vermin and animals, like butterflies and hummingbirds, as well as... just about every single familiar.
- intelligent oozes (related to blights) which can shapeshift
- underwater variations of plant creatures such as treants and leshys
- nature dragons, as true dragons with druid/oracle/witch spells and ranger/hunter/barbarian/shifter abilities.


When a character with many implants dies their implants keep functioning turning them into a non magical undead. How about Cyber Ghoul for a name.


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Sorry, I wish you said cyber-implants because a completely different creature popped in my head until I read the name "Cyber Ghoul":)


Now you have me thinking of breast implants zombifying women.
I'll need Rick's help removing that memory.

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