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In the same way that Mystical: Kingdom of Monsters was more than just Pokémon meets Pathfinder/D&D, Haunted Eve offers a way for you, as the player, to enjoy monsters beyond just hunting and killing them for experience. You can ride your zombie hydra into battle, cast spells through the bewitching jinx cat, or stand back and let your dire festrog tear into your opponents; all while the party wizard and rogue do their own thing.
It's a big world out there, and monster trainers are a part of it, seeking powerful companions where even summoners and hunters dare not go.
I've started adding some of the monsters from this to d20pfsrd to celebrate Halloween this year. Check them out if you get the chance.
Dream Imp Cousin (dragon)
Ghoul Hound Companion (undead)
Ghoul Hound Hero (undead)
Gremlin Batspawn (fey)
Gremlin Lightningspawn (fey)
Gremlin Spiderspawn (fey)
Jinx Cat Companion (magical beast)
I also added the monstorin race stats for these (and a few from Mystical: Kingdom of Monsters, so they can be played as in addition to being capturable.
Dream Imp could use a better name. I fully expected a cute demon, the pfsrd has it as a dragon. A cute, fluffy, demon/dragon. I was caught off guard. Buying this tomorrow though, and some of the other products. :)
That one in particular is misleading on purpose. Think of it more like impish natured (playful or tricksy) as opposed to demonspawn.
A related and fun fact: The in-world name for these are moggish, with their grown forms called moggles and moggwind, respectively. The moggish's title is the Little Fantasy.
As to dream imp cousins (mogweirds), they should come off as familiar to anybody who grew up in the 80's; especially with their penchant for becoming gremlins when forced to change.