Are you referring to Chemnosit, the Spawn of Rovagug? That's the only 'Monarch Worm' that I know of in Pathfinder (p. 51 of The Final Wish from Legacy of Fire, or p. 47 of the Inner Sea Bestiary for actual stats).
And typing in the word 'Chemnosit' only brought up one image for me.
This is a redo of a submission I did back in 2012 for Canonfire’s XVII Postfest about The Wild Goose (ala The World Serpent Inn). I’ve also posted it along with some artwork and history about the project here. This was basically an exercise to get me more familiar with the Adobe creative suite (Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign) and since I’ve based this on the Pathfinder ruleset, I tried to emulate their style for designing modules. Let me know what you think and enjoy.
I grew up in southern Maine and started playing in 1980. My middle school and my high school both had D&D clubs--no problems here, least of all from parents or teachers.
It's like what a couple of the posts at Giant in the Playground stated: it was just about a loud, vocal minority getting all the media attention. The only ones who seem to take it more seriously than anyone was TSR themselves (bateezu and tanar'ri, indeed).
What's funny is that there was actually a vampire in the Forgotten Realms setting that did put on a helm of opposite alignment, became lawful good, then opened a tavern in Ravens Bluff.
I'm sorry, that just popped into my head after reading your post.