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Nightterror wrote:

They are into jokey funny monsters, you see Cthulu and the kaiju made it into bestairy 4.

Ratfolk made it in too, and Mi-Go too.

And the far from funny Almiraj is in Bestiary 4, it is on the very second or third page even, how you missed that is a wonder.

...Wait, you consider Cthulhu to be joke monster? Like, Cthulhu is a meme because of the fact its scary as concept and its fun to make fun of it due to how popular it is :P Kaiju aren't jokes either, even though most of kaiju movies are cheesy kids' movies.

...Okay, seriously, how are Mi-Go a joke monster? Is everything made by Lovecraft a joke according to you? Don't get how ratfolk are a joke either. I'd get it if it was Crabpeople though :P

Oh yeah, forgot they did killer jackalope. That is based on mythology though instead of the trope though. Also, its CR 1.


Yes, it should be CR 5, jackalope should be CR 1, it was their mistake, especially since the much weaker Cockatrice is CR 3.

Cthulhu is an unbeatable monster with a squid head, it looks horrible in my eyes and it gets too much credits, never cared for most Lovecraft horrors spare for the Nightgaunt.

Mi-Go, I always considered them bad jokes, fungus people that don't look like fungus at all and which look clumsy and silly. Even their name sounds funny, much like the Drop Bears name.

Ratfolk and bunnyfolk are funny, if you turn it humanoid it loses the magic, if you want a scary ratfolk, try the Japanese Tesso.

Godzilla and other Kaiju are hilaric because they are unbeatable, I never care for such creatuers and find them bad jokes.


This reminds me, less Lovecraftian monsters and more Clark Ashton Smith monsters. Atlach-Nacha is perfect with all the new dimension of dream rules and Quachil Uttaus would be a brilliant Sahkil of the fear of mortality.

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Godzilla and other Kaiju are hilaric because they are unbeatable, I never care for such creatuers and find them bad jokes.

As a guy who plays wizards I can say they are not unbeatable :P


Still this world loves huge, gargantuan beasts, I dislike those and find them jokes.

The bigger the better... yeah right.

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Welp, this thread was actually readable for a month or so, now we're back to the usual :)


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The Yowie would be a good warm weather counter part to the Yeti. Maybe even fire based as well.


Gorbacz wrote:
Welp, this thread was actually readable for a month or so, now we're back to the usual :)

I've seen you asking where I was, do you have a crush on me?

I know i'm beautiful, stunning, succesful and the most creative creature out there, so I wouldn't be surprised at all.

And if you enjoy reading about wishes about playable races so much, why don't you start a topic about it.

Because that was all there was in those months I was on Holiday.


Dragon78 wrote:
The Yowie would be a good warm weather counter part to the Yeti. Maybe even fire based as well.

I would also like the Genderuwo as the GIANT (evil/chaotic neutral) Sasquatch breed.

Much like King Kong, but more intelligent and more freaky because it is a giant sasquatch.

In my own project I use Yowie as the basic evil Sasquatch, with only the sabretooth setting him apart from the normal gentle Sasquatch, the Yeti is the winter version of the Yowie in my project, more hardy and with some magical abilities over snow to add, the Skunk Ape comes next, these are so horrid and dirty that vermin of all types live inside their thick black/white fur which they can shed off in battle, giving itch to everyone around them and ticks and other nauseating vermin to trouble the enemies of the Skunk Ape, they are also collectors of corpses and they sleep in a cave pit full of corpses so the smell will merge with their own already horrid smell, then the next step is the Genderuwo or Enormous Yowie, these love to collect smaller humanoid creature as playthings much as King Kong, but unlike the gentle gorilla, the Genderuwo often ends up eating those he gets bored with.

I hope all these Sasquatch/Bigfoot breeds make it into Pathfinder one day, there are much more breeds but I don't care for those.


More creatures with the aether subtype and not just elementals.


Cole Deschain wrote:
Nightterror wrote:
And don't forget the Wolf-in-Sheep's-Clothing.
The "so legendarily mocked that it made it into Misfit Monsters Redeemed" Wolf-in-Sheep's-Clothing?

And Bestiary 3?


The book, "Night of the Lepus", is based on was better.
I think it was called year of the rabbit or something.
I Albedo, the space science fiction game, the bunny people have become like NAZIs.

A swarm of Al Mirages would be terrifying.

In The Cleaves, the Easter Bunnies lay eggs, some of which are bombs! :)


I don't want my bunny race to be Nazis.

I would love a giant(large size) rabbit monster.

The Easter Bunny would be interesting but I want stats for Santa first.


Dragon78 wrote:

I don't want my bunny race to be Nazis.

The Easter Bunny would be interesting but I want stats for Santa first.

I don't want Nazi Bunnies either, nor Playboy Bunnies.

Santa Claus? Might have a few things from Fighter, Brawler and Monk... Something about wrestling Bears bare handed.


I'm just fine with killer/hostile bunny creatures, A race of bunnymen, easter bunnies or otherwise other docile bunny monsters is something I shudder from seeing happening in a Bestiary.


Speaking of bunny men what about the ones that live on the moon in Japanese myth.

I always thought of Santa as a fey creature though a frost giant(or frost Gigas) in disguise could work.


95: Easter Bunny
This seemingly normal bunny can be acquired as a replacement familiar, or just as a pet. In any case, you feed it and it will stay with you. This one is white with brown spots, one of which is around it's left eye. It has 1-4 hit points and damage reduction 1/silver. While it's bite does 1-4 and it can kick for a like amount of subdual, it only eats plants. In some ways it's strange.
Once a day it will lay an egg.
1: Plastic egg with 10 assorted jelly beans in it. All otherwise normal.
2: Spun sugar peep show egg. You view through a lens of minute seeing a scene from the movie Easter Parade. The scene plays in an endless loop on a tiny quartz screen where they sing the title song. The lens is reusable though you might have to wait till you have 2. The sugar is edible. The quartz can be left behind or wrapped in lots of cloth to muffle the song.
3: A hard boiled egg, painted with food colors in a traditional zig zag pattern.
4: It looks like a Faberge egg made of copper and set with ornamental gems. When the hidden catch is pressed(disable device 15) a baby Easter Bunny is inside. It will quickly outgrow it's egg and after a month it will be just like it's parent.
5: Foil wrapped chocolate egg filled with yellow fondant.
6: This plastic egg has a 10 foot wide spherical space inside the larger half. This space is originally full of marshmallow peeps.
7: like 6 but contains a fancy Easter bonnet.
8: Like 6 but it contains a large chocolate bunny in a cardboard box with a cellophane window.
9: Plastic egg timer that can time up to 30 rounds. It is white with black numbers. Instead of going “ding” it explodes doing 6D6 of shrapnel damage in a 20 foot radius. Reflex DC18 for half.
10: Plastic egg with 1 feather token in it. Flatten it out and pin it to clothing. Pull it from it’s safety pin and it will activate.

Once a year it will transform into a humanoid bunny and deliver Easter baskets to everyone it knows of, in the middle of the night, while they sleep. In humanoid form it has 3D6 hits and damage reduction 10/silver.

With the horror theme they might have the Were Krampus. An otherwise normal person(Human, Elf, Dwarf, Gnome, ect) turns into Krampus for the 12 days of Christmas. If he wounds someone with his holly switches, and doesn't kill them, they may become infected.


I would love a powerful fey(CR17+) whose purpose is to destroy undead and is immune to being turned into an undead(and energy drain, ability damage/drain, disease, etc.). Also make it's natural/manufactured weapons count as the disruption weapon property.

A good fey that likes to heal wounded creatures, cure ailments, and repair damage to the forest. Maybe give it lay on hands with paladin mercies and wood kineticist powers.

A neutral fey with powers to control time would be interesting such stopping time, time travel, changing a creatures age, immunity to aging effects and time stop.

A evil fey that likes to turn non-fey into food/candy and eats them to
gain additional power/knowledge/bonuses.


Dragon78 wrote:

I would love a powerful fey(CR17+) whose purpose is to destroy undead and is immune to being turned into an undead(and energy drain, ability damage/drain, disease, etc.). Also make it's natural/manufactured weapons count as the disruption weapon property.

A good fey that likes to heal wounded creatures, cure ailments, and repair damage to the forest. Maybe give it lay on hands with paladin mercies and wood kineticist powers.

A neutral fey with powers to control time would be interesting such stopping time, time travel, changing a creatures age, immunity to aging effects and time stop.

A evil fey that likes to turn non-fey into food/candy and eats them to
gain additional power/knowledge/bonuses.

Majin Buu is closer to an Outsider/Ooze hybrid than Fey.

sorry!


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While we're on the subject of rabbits, how about the Centzontotochtin (or Totochtin for short)? These are drunken rabbit deities from Aztec mythology that wander and hold drunken parties for people. I could see the adventures with them luring people to party, and for those people to disappear and such. Would be interesting to see what's done with them.

And I think having stats for Santa would be interesting, but maybe a bit silly for the Bestiary. Though what if he could turn into Krampus... ;)


Odraude wrote:
And I think having stats for Santa would be interesting, but maybe a bit silly for the Bestiary. Though what if he could turn into Krampus... ;)

We would also need stats for his Flying Reindeers, That Chariot, the Imps/Fey/"Elves" working at his North Pole Factory, said Factory, his Cosmic Bag of Near Infinite Holding, etc...

... to make it short, +1.


Ok I really want an Obsidian Golem. As well as more creatures like the Firebleeder and Tarrasque. I just love the concept of those guys. Giant almost unkillable, but you can subdue them. Making cities centered around them is fun.

Anyway a creature known for creating and inhabiting there own many domains would be fun for some small planar campaigns.


I could see the Centzontotochtin/Totochtin as a fey.

I agree we could use an obsidian golem along with tar, mud, shell, doll, gold, mercury, web, rubber, salt, chalk, rope, chain, and diamond golems.


The Centzontotochtin are easily the rabbit-based creatures I'd be the most interested in.

I honestly consider rabbits to be among the least intimidating animals I can think of (Them and ducks. Chickens are honestly kind of creepy looking, and there are tons of great chicken monsters in mythology, like the Cockatrice, Aitvaras, Codrille, Basan, etc. Plus there are several chicken-esque kaiju that have been legitimately cool and menacing.) But I think the could be made into intimidating monsters, it would just take some work. The Al Mi'raj is honestly kind of silly to me, but I am glad it was included. I could never be really scared of it, but it's amusing in an ironic, how is something that goofy so dangerous, sort of way. I'm okay with comedic monsters as long as they're used sparingly. I probably wouldn't want more than three or four in a bestiary, though. And I am aware that silliness is in the eye of the beholder.


Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:

The Centzontotochtin are easily the rabbit-based creatures I'd be the most interested in.

I honestly consider rabbits to be among the least intimidating animals I can think of (Them and ducks. Chickens are honestly kind of creepy looking, and there are tons of great chicken monsters in mythology, like the Cockatrice, Aitvaras, Codrille, Basan, etc. Plus there are several chicken-esque kaiju that have been legitimately cool and menacing.) But I think the could be made into intimidating monsters, it would just take some work. The Al Mi'raj is honestly kind of silly to me, but I am glad it was included. I could never be really scared of it, but it's amusing in an ironic, how is something that goofy so dangerous, sort of way. I'm okay with comedic monsters as long as they're used sparingly. I probably wouldn't want more than three or four in a bestiary, though. And I am aware that silliness is in the eye of the beholder.

Rabbit/Bunny/Hare and Ducks? Bucky O'Hare.


I still want my moon rabbits.

I think mice or even less intimidating then rabbits, rabbits have sharp claws.


Donnie Darko said hi

And Almiraj are one of my favorite myth monsters, but then again I have many. Centzontotochtin sounds impossible to pronounce and they are deities which I don't care for, also I have Encantado for the party role.


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Nightterror wrote:
Donnie Darko said hi

That's not a rabbit being creepy, that's a black skull face being creepy.

Rabbits are not inherently intimidating. If you're going to tart them up that far, well... You can already make a zombie rabbit with existing templates if that's your thing.

Now- with that said...

A rabbit-based trickster fey is certainly doable. Pookas....kinda try to fill that niche, but those human faces... yeah. Something more "El-Ahrairah" might be useful.

Oh.

And kachina-based stuff, done carefully, could be friggin' amazing.


I don't want more killer bunnies in Pathfinder, I already have Amiraj.

My biggest wish are more awesome mythology monsters I have never heard about and which are special and unique, so not 10.000 Werewolf variants that look 100% like normal werewolves but have another name, no Sasquatch breeds that add nothing new, and no 10000.0000000.0000000 different humanoid ghosts without navels and without faces and without whatevers which also don't add something really special to the table.

I want more Death Coaches, Papinijuwari, Hundun's and Black Monks! Those myth monsters I had never heard about and they shine in my lists now thanks to Pathfinder bestiary 5.

So my biggest wishes are monsters I can't wish for because I don't know them yet. Bestiary 6 is gonna learn me about them. :-p

But of course my wishes such as Stella, Batibat and all those other mythology monsters still stand strong and i'm happy to see them, but not as happy as that I see awesome new creatures I can add to my lists.


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while the Centzontotochtin are deities, they seem to be lesser ones that could easily be stated up. We have titans in, who are greater than gods, and the tzitmizi, which are powerful cosmic beings. Also I suggested shortening the name for brevity.


And i'm still sad Paizo doesn't give a thing about the awesome Yara-Ma-Yha-Who.

If one mythology creature needs to be paizonized it is Yara-Ma-Yha-Who, I think that creature is a good Adventure Path monster.

I dream back to the early Adventure Path bestiary days when there were still countless mythology creatures in there such as Nuckelavee, Leshy, Peryton, Chupacabra and all others in there.

The mythology creatures are getting rare lately (in the adventure paths that is), like the one who did the older ones has resigned from Paizo. :-(


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I think we are just getting to the point where the obvious monsters which have a decent amount of lore have been sort of statted up. We are increasingly getting to the more obscure monsters that might only have a line or two of material in popular references. Or are simply giant/dwarf/ghost variant #45.

There is still some good original monsters, but they tend to feature in the lore of regions that are not inner sea focused (Australian, Native American, etc), or just haven't been "discovered" yet. I mean look at A Book of Creatures. That site is AMAZING for new monsters, and that is because it actually delves into the literature. I am sure there are plenty of original creatures out there to be discovered in anthropological texts or old bestiaries.

Bestiary 5 had about 1/3 of its monsters from myth and urban legend, so I don't think we are doing that bad...


The hardcover Bestiaries are a good source, but they appear once every 2 years.

In the early days there were many myth monsters (also obscure, like the Umbhlebi, Camulatz and Sruvara Azi) in the AP Bestiaries.

And many myth monsters (like the Batibat and Yara-ma-Yha-who aren't that obscure) so they could easily appear in the AP bestiaries.

it is just that these themes appeared, the first 6 or so AP didn't had a theme and the bestiaires where cool mixtures of all types of beasts and myths, now a Robot ap has only robots in it and a devil ap has (mostly) only devils.

This last AP is pretty neutral, so all types of monsters could be put down into the Bestiary, not only good-aligmnent monsters, as there are also undead in the bestiary of part 1, two centipede based creatures, which could be Con Rit or Omukade if they deside to took a mythology road..


Cole Deschain wrote:
Nightterror wrote:
Donnie Darko said hi

That's not a rabbit being creepy, that's a black skull face being creepy.

Rabbits are not inherently intimidating. If you're going to tart them up that far, well... You can already make a zombie rabbit with existing templates if that's your thing.

Now- with that said...

A rabbit-based trickster fey is certainly doable. Pookas....kinda try to fill that niche, but those human faces... yeah. Something more "El-Ahrairah" might be useful.

Oh.

And kachina-based stuff, done carefully, could be friggin' amazing.

Pookas! thanks. Harvey didn't, wait, spoiler. Go see the movie already.


Nightterror wrote:

I don't want more killer bunnies in Pathfinder, I already have Amiraj.

My biggest wish are more awesome mythology monsters I have never heard about and which are special and unique, so not 10.000 Werewolf variants that look 100% like normal werewolves but have another name, no Sasquatch breeds that add nothing new, and no 10000.0000000.0000000 different humanoid ghosts without navels and without faces and without whatevers which also don't add something really special to the table.

I want more Death Coaches, Papinijuwari, Hundun's and Black Monks! Those myth monsters I had never heard about and they shine in my lists now thanks to Pathfinder bestiary 5.

So my biggest wishes are monsters I can't wish for because I don't know them yet. Bestiary 6 is gonna learn me about them. :-p

But of course my wishes such as Stella, Batibat and all those other mythology monsters still stand strong and i'm happy to see them, but not as happy as that I see awesome new creatures I can add to my lists.

Phantom Hitchhikers

Phantom Hitchhikers are beings that don't know they are dead, and with the strength of that belief they form an illusionary (sp) body that's 75% real. They hitch rides to their destination with cars, trucks, caravans, or whatever.

"See the hitcher with the sad eyes?
Be ready for a bad surprise.
Give a ride or leave them be.
The murderous ambushers you soon will see!"

If near their remains, they act out their death.
If avenged or given a funeral, they transform into a petitioner.

Whenever they touch or are touched by anything, roll percentiles. 1-25 the person or thing passes through them and they immediately forget it happened. They might claim the bullet missed or something. If they have weapons, they always have ghost touch weapons, because they keep dropping other weapons. If they wear armor it will be ghost touch.


Uhm what does that have to do with my quote? You wanna show me a ghost?


I have yet to find a OGL or Pathfinder version of Magens from X2: Castle Amber. I have been waiting for these to pop up for ages. If I remember correctly they are a construct that is brewed up or crafted with alchemy. My impression was that they looked like sexless humans. There are four versions from the module: Hypnos, Demos, Caldron and Calvan.


I like the idea of a undead that doesn't know it is undead/dead and keeps trying to go somewhere or get away from something. There was a Real Ghostbusters episode that used this and it was great.


I forgot that the next AP is 100% lovecraft theme... something I won't enjoy probably, the bestiaries are probably devoid of Mythology monsters and probably house bizarre insane aberrations only.


Nightterror wrote:
Uhm what does that have to do with my quote? You wanna show me a ghost?

It's an urban legend too.

I think it should be in a bestiary.

I may have misunderstood what you meant by mythology. Were you excluding urban legends?


It would be interesting to see some fey with multiple heads and/or limbs, non-humanoid or tauric in shape, and other unusual characteristics. Also more types of fey that have animal or plant traits and maybe a dragon like one.

I would like to see the fey ancestors of the vegepygmies.


Goth Guru wrote:
Nightterror wrote:
Uhm what does that have to do with my quote? You wanna show me a ghost?

It's an urban legend too.

I think it should be in a bestiary.

I may have misunderstood what you meant by mythology. Were you excluding urban legends?

I don't mind stuff that can fit into a medieval landscape, but cars aren't part of that so a hitchhiker ghost isn't anything I desire.

But that is my opinion, they could make it so that it doesn't need cars to travel and mounts humans like the Devalpa or Osschaart do, but that doesn't change the fact that is a humanoid ghost, which I don't really care for if their name isn't Banshee.


Other then bunnies what other rarely(if ever) used animals would you guys like get used as a base for monsters?


I meant caravan as in a bunch of wagons or pack animals transporting goods. Also medieval stagecoaches like cinderella's fairy grandmother made from a pumpkin.


Dragon78 wrote:
Other then bunnies what other rarely(if ever) used animals would you guys like get used as a base for monsters?

Sea slugs.


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Real life animals?

Off the top of my head

(Giant) Bobbit worms, cookie-cutter shark swarms, other weird sharks, various catfish like Candiru or the Goonch, something based on the Snakehead, honey badgers, (Giant) Monkfish, more isopod based monsters, Tigerfish, hagfish

Extending that to extinct animals, more archaeocete whales (ambulocetus, Protocetus, Pakicetus), Simocyon, Gorgonopsians, Coelophysis, giant sarcopterygian fish, Temnospondyls, phytosaurs, Raisuchians, probably tons more


Goth Guru wrote:
I meant caravan as in a bunch of wagons or pack animals transporting goods. Also medieval stagecoaches like cinderella's fairy grandmother made from a pumpkin.

Coaches, Chariots, Carriage, Wagons... lots of things one can hitch a ride on/in.

@ Goth Guru, sorry for my earlier post, but you tend to use a posting gimick that can make your posts hard to understand at time.


Well, I don't know how helpful another giant, ungainly, list would be, but I'll post the list of animals I"m intending to "Monsterize" for my own stuff. It's pretty large, so I'll spoiler it.

Animal List:

1 Aardonyx
2 Aardvark
3 Aardwolf
4 Abelisaurus
5 Abrictosaurus
6 Acacia Ant
7 Acaenasuchus
8 Acanthopholis
9 Acanthostega
10 Aceratherium
11 Achaenodon
12 Achelousaurus
13 Achillobator
14 Acleistorhinus
15 Acristavus
16 Acrocanthosaurus
17 Acrophoca
18 Adasaurus
19 Adinotherium
20 Aegirosaurus
21 Aegyptosaurus
22 Aelurodon
23 Aeolosaurus
24 Aepycamelus
25 Aepyornis
26 Aerosteon
27 Aetosauroides
28 Aetosaurus
29 African Buffalo
30 African Bullfrog
31 African Elephant
32 African Lion
33 African Lungfish
34 African Porcupine
35 African Wild Dog
36 Afrovenator
37 Agilisaurus
38 Agriocheorus
39 Agriotherium
40 Agustinia
41 Aivukus
42 Aktautitan
43 Alamosaurus
44 Alanqa
45 Albertosaurus
46 Alectrosaurus
47 Aletopelta
48 Aliawalia
49 Alioramus
50 Alligator Gar
51 Alligator Snapping Turtle
52 Allosaurus
53 Alocodon
54 Altirhinus
55 Alvarezsaurus
56 Alxasaurus
57 Amargasaurus
58 Ambulocetus
59 Ambush Bug
60 Amebelodon
61 American Alligator
62 American Badger
63 American Bison
64 Ampelomeryx
65 Ampelosaurus
66 Amphicyon
67 Amygdalodon
68 Anancus
69 Anatosuchus
70 Anatotitan
71 Anchiceratops
72 Anchisaurus
73 Anchitherium
74 Ancylotherium
75 Andean Condor
76 Andesaurus
77 Andrewsarchus
78 Angel Shark
79 Anglerfish
80 Anhanguera
81 Animantarx
82 Ankalagon
83 Ankylosaurus
84 Anomalocaris
85 Anoplosaurus
86 Anserimimus
87 Anshunsaurus
88 Ant-Mimc Spider
89 Antarctopelta
90 Antarctosaurus
91 Anteosaurus
92 Antetonitrus
93 Anthracobune
94 Anthracotherium
95 Antlion
96 Anurognathus
97 Anzu
98 Aphid
99 Appalachiosaurus
100 Apterodon
101 Aquatic Leech
102 Aquilops
103 Arabian Oryx
104 Araeoscelis
105 Aralosaurus
106 Araripemys
107 Araripesuchus
108 Arboreal Tarantula
109 Arcaheohippus
110 Arcaheotherium
111 Archaeoceratops
112 Archaeohyrax
113 Archaeolambda
114 Archaeomeryx
115 Archaeopteryx
116 Archaeornithomimus
117 Archelon
118 Archerfish
119 Archidiskodon
120 Arctocyon
121 Arctodus
122 Argentavis
123 Argentinosuchus
124 Argillotherium
125 Aristonectes
126 Arizonasaurus
127 Armadillosuchus
128 Arminoheringia
129 Armored Ground Cricket
130 Army Ant
131 Arrhinoceratops
132 Arrow-Poison Beetle
133 Arrow Crab
134 Arsinoitherium
135 Arthropleura
136 Artiocetus
137 Asian Cobra
138 Asian Longhorn Beetle
139 Asian Pit Viper
140 Askeptosaurus
141 Asp Viper
142 Astrapotherium
143 Astrihippus
144 Astrodon
145 Atopodentatus
146 Attenborosaurus
147 Aucasaurus
148 Australian Copperhead
149 Australohyaena
150 Australopithecus
151 Australovenator
152 Austroraptor
153 Avaceratops
154 Avimimus
155 Axolotl
156 Aye-Aye
157 Babirusa
158 Backswimmer
159 Bactrosaurus
160 Baculites
161 Bagaceratops
162 Bageherpeton
163 Balaur
164 Bald Eagle
165 Bald Uakari
166 Bambiraptor
167 Bananogmius
168 Barapasaurus
169 Barbaturex
170 Barbourofelis
171 Barchauchenius
172 Bark Scorpion
173 Barosaurus
174 Barracuda
175 Barracudasaurus
176 Barylambda
177 Baryonyx
178 Barytherium
179 Basilisk Lizard
180 Basilosaurus
181 Basking Shark
182 Bathygenys
183 Batrachognathus
184 Batrachotomus
185 Baurusuchus
186 Bearded Anglerfish
187 Bearded Dragon
188 Bearded Vulture
189 Becklespinax
190 Bedbug
191 Bee-Killer Wasp
192 Bee Assassin Bug
193 Beelzebufo
194 Beishanlong
195 Bellusaurus
196 Bemalambda
197 Bengal Tiger
198 Bernissartia
199 Besanosaurus
200 Biarmosuchus
201 Bird-Eating Spider
202 Bistahieversor
203 Black-Necked Spitting Cobra
204 Black-Tailed Jackrabbit
205 Black Caiman
206 Blackdevil Anglerfish
207 Black Dragonfish
208 Blackfly
209 Black Mamba
210 Black Panther
211 Black Rhino
212 Black Swallower
213 Black Widow Spider
214 Blikanasaurus
215 Blister Beetle
216 Blobfish
217 Blowfly
218 Blue & Yellow Macaw
219 Blue-Ringed Octopus
220 Bluebottle Fly
221 Blue Shark
222 Blue Whale
223 Blue Wildebeest
224 Boa Constrictor
225 Bobbit Worm
226 Bolas Spider
227 Boluochia
228 Bombardier Beetle
229 Bonitasaura
230 Boomslang
231 Borhyaena
232 Borogovia
233 Borophagus
234 Bot Fly
235 Bothriospondylus
236 Bottlenose Dolphin
237 Box Jellyfish
238 Brachiosaurus
239 Brachyceratops
240 Brachychampsa
241 Brachycrus
242 Brachylophosaurus
243 Brachypterygius
244 Brachyrhinodon
245 Brachytrachelopan
246 Bradycneme
247 Bradysaurus
248 Bramatherium
249 Brazilian Wandering Spider
250 Brittle Star
251 Brontops
252 Brontosaurus OR Apatosaurus
253 Brown Rat
254 Brown Recluse Spider
255 Brown Skua
256 Brown Snake
257 Bruhathkayosaurus
258 Brviceratops
259 Budgett�s Frog
260 Buitreraptor
261 Bulldog Ant
262 Bullet Ant
263 Bull Shark
264 Bushmaster
265 Bush Viper
266 Butterfly Bug
267 Byronosaurus
268 Cacops
269 Cadurcodon
270 Caenolambda
271 Cainotherium
272 Calcarichelys
273 Calippus
274 Calsoyasuchus
275 Calyptosuchus
276 Camarasaurus
277 Camelotia
278 Camposaurus
279 Camptosaurus
280 Campylagnathoides
281 Canthumeryx
282 Cape Cobra
283 Captorhinus
284 Capybara
285 Carcharodontosaurus
286 Cardabiodon
287 Caribbean Reef Shark
288 Carinodens
289 Carnotaurus
290 Carnufex
291 Carpet Shark
292 Cascabel
293 Casea
294 Casineria
295 Cassowary
296 Castoroides
297 Caudipteryx
298 Caulkicephalus
299 Cave Bear
300 Cave Lion
301 Cave Spider
302 Cave Weta
303 Cearadactylus
304 Cedarosaurus
305 Cedarpelta
306 Celebochoerus
307 Centrosaurus
308 Ceratogaulus
309 Ceratosaurus
310 Ceratosuchus
311 Ceresiosaurus
312 Cervalces
313 Cetiosauriscus
314 Cetiosaurus
315 Chagas Bug
316 Chalicotherium
317 Chambered Nautilus
318 Champsosaurus
319 Changchengornis
320 Chaoyangsaurus
321 Chapalmalania
322 Charonosaurus
323 Chasmaporthetes
324 Chasmatosaurus
325 Chasmosaurus
326 Cheetah
327 Chialingosaurus
328 Chigger Mite
329 Chilantaisaurus
330 Chilotherium
331 Chimaera
332 Chimaerasuchus
333 Chimpanzee
334 Chindesaurus
335 Chiniquodon
336 Chirostenotes
337 Chriacus
338 Christmas Island Red Crab
339 Chubutisaurus
340 Chuckwalla
341 Chungkingosaurus
342 Cicada
343 Cicada-Killer Wasp
344 Cimexomys
345 Cimolestes
346 Cistecephalus
347 Citipati
348 Cladoselache
349 Cladosictis
350 Claosaurus
351 Click Beetle
352 Clidastes
353 Climacoceras
354 Clownfish
355 Coahomasuchus
356 Coahuiloceratops
357 Cochleosaurus
358 Cockroach
359 Coelacanth
360 Coelodonta
361 Coelophysis
362 Coelurosauravus
363 Coelurus
364 Colepiocephale
365 Collosachelys
366 Coloborhynchus
367 Colorado Beetle
368 Colossal Squid
369 Colubrifer
370 Columbian Mammoth
371 Common Starfish
372 Common Wasp
373 Compsognathus
374 Concavenator
375 Cone Shell
376 Confuciusornis
377 Conger Eel
378 Cookie-Cutter Shark
379 Copepteryx
380 Copperhead
381 Copper Shark
382 Coral Snake
383 Coronosaurus
384 Corosaurus
385 Coryphodon
386 Corythosaurus
387 Cosesaurus
388 Cottonmouth Snake
389 Cotylorhynchus
390 Coyote
391 Crabeater Seal
392 Crab Spider
393 Crassigyrinus
394 Crested Newt
395 Crichtonsaurus
396 Criorhynchus
397 Crown of Thorns
398 Cryolophosaurus
399 Cryptoclidus
400 Cryptodraco
401 Cryptovolans
402 Crystal Jellyfish
403 Ctenochasma
404 Ctenosauriscus
405 Cuckoo Wasp
406 Cuspirostrisornis
407 Cuttlefish
408 Cuvieronus
409 Cyamodus
410 Cymbospondylus
411 Cynodesmus
412 Cynodictis
413 Cynognathus
414 Dacentrurus
415 Dactylosaurus
416 Daemonosaurus
417 Daeodon
418 Dahalokely
419 Dakosaurus
420 Dakotaraptor
421 Damsel Bug
422 Dance Fly
423 Daouitherium
424 Dapedium
425 Daphoenodon
426 Daphoenus
427 Darwinopterus
428 Daspletosaurus
429 Datousaurus
430 Daxiatitan
431 Death-Watch Beetle
432 Death Adder
433 Death Stalker Scorpion
434 Death�s Head Hawk Moth
435 Deep-Sea Lizardfish
436 Deep-Sea Octopus
437 Deinocheirus
438 Deinogalerix
439 Deinonychus
440 Deinosuchus
441 Deinotherium
442 Deltadromeus
443 Deltavjatia
444 Desert Hedgehog
445 Desert Horned Viper
446 Desert Locust
447 Desman
448 Desmatosuchus
449 Desmostylus
450 Dewdrop Spider
451 Diabloceratops
452 Diacodexis
453 Diadectes
454 Diadiaphorus
455 Diceratherium
456 Dicraeosaurus
457 Dicrocerus
458 Dicynodon
459 Didlodus
460 Diictodon
461 Dilong
462 Dilophosaurus
463 Dimetrodon
464 Dimorphodon
465 Dimylus
466 Dinictis
467 Dinocephalosaurus
468 Dinofelis
469 Dinogorgon
470 Dinopithecus
471 Dinornis
472 Diocephalus
473 Diphydontosaurud
474 Diplocaulus
475 Diplodocus
476 Diprotodon
477 Dipsalodon
478 Dire Wolf
479 Dissarcusium
480 Dissopslais
481 Dobsonfly
482 Doedicurus
483 Dog Whelk
484 Dolichorhinus
485 Dolichosaurus
486 Dolichyrhincops
487 Dollosaurus
488 Domeykodactylus
489 Doratorhynchus
490 Dormaalodon
491 Dorygnathus
492 Doswellia
493 Draconyx
494 Dracopelta
495 Dracorex
496 Dragonfly
497 Drepanosaurus
498 Drinker
499 Driver Ant
500 Dromaeosaurus
501 Dromiceiomimus
502 Dromornis
503 Dryptosaurus
504 Dsungaripterus
505 Dsungiripterus
506 Dubreuillosaurus
507 Duchesnehippus
508 Dugong
509 Dukecynus
510 Dumbo Octopus
511 Dung Beetle
512 Dunkleosteus
513 Duriavenator
514 Durodon
515 Dust Mite
516 Dwarf Spider
517 Dyrosaurus
518 Eagle Owl
519 Earwig
520 Eastern Gray Kangaroo
521 Ectenosaurus
522 Edaphosaurus
523 Edestus
524 Edmarka
525 Edmontonia
526 Edmontosaurus
527 Efraasia
528 Egg-Eating Snake
529 Egyptian Cobra
530 Einiosaurus
531 Ekaltadeta
532 Ekorus
533 Ekrixinatosaurus
534 Elaphrosaurus
535 Elasmosaurus
536 Elasmotherium
537 Electric Eel
538 Electric Ray
539 Elegant Grasshopper
540 Elephant Beetle
541 Elephant Seal
542 Elginia
543 Elomeryx
544 Elpistostege
545 Emausaurus
546 Embolotherium
547 Emerald Tree Boa
548 Emperor Newt
549 Emperor Scorpion
550 Emperor Tamarin
551 Enaliarctos
552 Enaliornis
553 Enchodus
554 Endannasaurus
555 Enhydriodon
556 Entelodon
557 Eoalulavis
558 Eobrontosaurus
559 Eocarcharia
560 Eogyrinus
561 Eohyrax
562 Eomaia
563 Eomanis
564 Eomys
565 Eoraptor
566 Eosimias
567 Eotitanops
568 Eotitanosuchus
569 Eotyrannus
570 Eozostrodon
571 Epachthosaurus
572 Epicyon
573 Epidendrosaurus
574 Epihippus
575 Equijubus
576 Eremotherium
577 Ericiolacerta
578 Erketu
579 Erlikosaurus
580 Erpetosuchus
581 Eryhrochampsia
582 Eryops
583 Erythrosuchus
584 Estemmenosuchus
585 Euceolophysis
586 Eucladoceros
587 Eucladotherium
588 Eucritta
589 Eudibamus
590 Eudimorphodon
591 Eunotosaurus
592 Euoplocephalus
593 Euparkeria
594 Eupodophis
595 Euprx
596 Eurasian Buzzard
597 Eurasian Toad
598 Europasaurus
599 European Adder
600 Eurotamandua
601 Euskelosaurus
602 Eusmilus
603 Eustreptospondylus
604 Excalibosaurus
605 Eyelash Viper
606 Falcarius
607 False Scorpion
608 Fangtooth
609 Farming Termite
610 Fasolasuchus
611 Fat-Tailed Scorpion
612 Fennec Fox
613 Fer-de-Lance
614 Ferganasaurus
615 Fiddler Crab
616 Fierce Snake
617 Fin Whale
618 Fire-Bellied Toad
619 Fire Ant
620 Fire Coral
621 Firefly
622 Fire Salamander
623 Fireworms
624 Flesh Fly
625 Florida Walking Stick
626 Flounder
627 Flower Fly
628 Flower Mantis
629 Flying Fish
630 Flying Lizard
631 Flying Squirrel
632 Fogstand Beetle
633 Fossa
634 Frigate Bird
635 Frilled Lizard
636 Frogfish
637 Fruitafossor
638 Fruit Fly
639 Fukuiraptor
640 Fungus Bug
641 Gaboon Viper
642 Gallimimus
643 Gallodactylus
644 Gargantuavis
645 Gargoyleosaurus
646 Garudimimus
647 Gasosaurus
648 Gasparinisaura
649 Gastonia
650 Gastornis
651 Genet
652 Gentornis
653 Genusaurus
654 Genyodectes
655 Geosaurus
656 Geosternbagia
657 Germanodactylus
658 Gerrothorax
659 Gharial
660 Ghost Bat
661 Ghost Crab
662 Giant Ammonite
663 Giant Anteater
664 Giant Armadillo
665 Giant Centipede
666 Giant Isopod
667 Giant Millipede
668 Giant Octopus
669 Giant Orb Spider
670 Giant Otter
671 Giant Panda
672 Giant Red Mysid
673 Giant Salamander
674 Giant Sea Spider
675 Giant Siphonophore
676 Giant Squid
677 Giant Tubeworm
678 Giant Walking Stick
679 Giant Weta
680 Giant Whip Scorpion
681 Giganotosaurus
682 Gigantic Lace Monitor
683 Gigantopithecus
684 Gigantoraptor
685 Gigantspinosaurus
686 Gila Monster
687 Gillicus
688 Gilmoreosaurus
689 Giraffatitan
690 Giraffe
691 Giraffe Beetle
692 Giraffokeryx
693 Gladiator Insect
694 Globidens
695 Glossotherium
696 Glow-Worm
697 Glyptodon
698 Glyptodontopelta
699 Gnathosaurus
700 Gobisaurus
701 Goblin Shark
702 Gojirasaurus
703 Golden Jackal
704 Golden Tree Snake
705 Goliath Beetle
706 Goliath Bullfrog
707 Gomphotherium
708 Gondwanatitan
709 Gongxianosaurus
710 Goniopholis
711 Gorgonops
712 Gorgosaurus
713 Goronyosaurus
714 Goyocephale
715 Graciliceratops
716 Graciliraptor
717 Gracilisuchus
718 Grasshopper Mouse
719 Gray Wolf
720 Great Diving Beetle
721 Greater Horseshoe Bat
722 Greater Kudu
723 Great Gray Slug
724 Great Horned Owl
725 Great Silver Beetle
726 Great White Shark
727 Green Anaconda
728 Green Anole
729 Green Iguana
730 Green Lacewing
731 Green Lynx Spider
732 Green Mamba
733 Green Tree Python
734 Greererpeton
735 Grey Reef Shark
736 Grippia
737 Grizzly Bear
738 Ground Chameleon
739 Grouper
740 Gryposaurus
741 Guanlong
742 Guidraco
743 Gulper Eel
744 Gyrfalcon
745 Haast's Eagle
746 Hadrocodium
747 Hagfish
748 Hainosaurus
749 Hairy Scorpion
750 Hamadryas Baboon
751 Hammer-Headed Bat
752 Hammerhead Shark
753 Hanssuesia
754 Hapalodectes
755 Haplocanthosaurus
756 Haplohippus
757 Haplops
758 Haptodus
759 Hard Tick
760 Harlequin Beetle
761 Harlequin Shrimp
762 Harpactognathus
763 Harpagolestes
764 Harpy Eagle
765 Harvester Ant
766 Harvestman
767 Hatchetfish
768 Hatzegopteryx
769 Hayoceros
770 Hegethotherium
771 Heishansaurus
772 Heleosaurus
773 Helicoprion
774 Hellbender
775 Helmet Jellyfish
776 Helveticosaurus
777 Hemicyon
778 Hemipsalodon
779 Henodus
780 Heptodon
781 Hercules Beetle
782 Hermit Crab
783 Herrerasaurus
784 Hesperocyon
785 Hesperornis
786 Hesperosaurus
787 Heterodontosaurus
788 Hexameryx
789 Hickory Horned Devil
790 Hipparion
791 Hippidion
792 Hippopotamus
793 Hipposaurus
794 Hissing Cockroach
795 Hoatzin
796 Hognose Snake
797 Homalocephale
798 Homalodotherium
799 Homotherium
800 Honey Badger
801 Honeypot Ant
802 Hooded Pitohui
803 Hookworm
804 Hoplitomeryx
805 Hoplophoneus
806 Horned Orb-Weaver
807 Hornet
808 Horn Shark
809 Horsefly
810 Horseshoe Crab
811 House Spider
812 Hovasaurus
813 Huaxiagnathus
814 Huayangosaurus
815 Hukoutherium
816 Human Louse
817 Humpback Whale
818 Hungarosaurus
819 Hunting Spider
820 Huntsman Spider
821 Hupehsaurus
822 Hyaenodon
823 Hyainailouros
824 Hybodus
825 Hydrotherosaurus
826 Hyeanodon
827 Hylaeosaurus
828 Hylonomus
829 Hyopsodus
830 Hypacrosaurus
831 Hyperodapedon
832 Hyphalosaurus
833 Hypohippus
834 Hypselosaurus
835 Hypsilophodon
836 Hypsognathus
837 Hypurnector
838 Hyracodon
839 Hyracotherium
840 Hyrchyus
841 Iberomesornis
842 Icaronycteris
843 Icarosaurus
844 Icefish
845 Ichneumon Wasp
846 Ichthyolestes
847 Ichthyornis
848 Ichthyosaurus
849 Ichthyostega
850 Ichthyovenator
851 Ictitherium
852 Igdammanosaurus
853 Iguanodon
854 Ikrandraco
855 Ilingoceras
856 Illingoceros
857 Imagotaria
858 Impala
859 Indarctos
860 Indian Flying Fox
861 Indian Python
862 Indosuchus
863 Indricotherium
864 Ingenia
865 Inostrancevia
866 Insisivosaurus
867 Irritator
868 Isanosaurus
869 Isisaurus
870 Istiodactylus
871 Ivantosaurus
872 Jackson�s Chameleon
873 Jaguar
874 Jaguarundi
875 Javan Wart Snake
876 Jeholopterus
877 Jigger Flea
878 Jingshanosaurus
879 Jintasaurus
880 Jinzhousaurus
881 Jobaria
882 Jonkeria
883 Josephoartigisia
884 Jozaria
885 Jumbo Squid
886 Jumping Spider
887 Jumping Viper
888 Juravenator
889 Juxia
890 Kaijiangosaurus
891 Kalimantsia
892 Kalobatippus
893 Kamagorgon
894 Kannemeyeria
895 Kanuites
896 Kaprosuchus
897 Kelenkan
898 Kentrosaurus
899 Kerberosaurus
900 Khaan
901 Killer Bee
902 Killer Whale
903 King Baboon Spider
904 King Cobra
905 King Vulture
906 Kodiak Bear
907 Komodo Dragon
908 Koolasuchus
909 Koparion
910 Kopidodon
911 Koreaceratops
912 Kosmoceratops
913 Kotasaurus
914 Krait
915 Kritosaurus
916 Kronosaurus
917 Kryostega
918 Kryptops
919 Kubanochoerus
920 Kuehneosaurus
921 Kuehneotherium
922 Kunmingosaurus
923 Kyptoceras
924 Labyrinthosaurus
925 Laccognathus
926 Laganosuchus
927 Lambdoceras
928 Lambeosaurus
929 Lanasaurus
930 Land Leech
931 Langobardisaurus
932 Lantern Fly
933 Lanzhousaurus
934 Laplatasaurus
935 Lapparentosaurus
936 Lappet-Faced Vulture
937 Lariosaurus
938 Leaf-Tailed Gecko
939 Leaf Insect
940 Leafy Sea Dragon
941 Leallynasaura
942 Leatherback Turtle
943 Leedsichthys
944 Lemon Shark
945 Leopard
946 Leopard Seal
947 Leptauchenia
948 Leptictidium
949 Leptoceratops
950 Leptocleidus
951 Leptotilos
952 Lesothosaurus
953 Lessemsaurus
954 Lexovisaurus
955 Liaoceratops
956 Liaoningornis
957 Liaoningosaurus
958 Liaoxornis
959 Libycosuchus
960 Liliensternus
961 Limnoscelis
962 Lionfish
963 Lion�s Mane Jellyfish
964 Liopleurodon
965 Livyatan
966 Lobster Moth
967 Long-Nosed Elephant Fish
968 Long-Nosed Tree Snake
969 Longisquama
970 Longosuchus
971 Lotosaurus
972 Lourinhanosaurus
973 Louse Fly
974 Lucasuchus
975 Ludodactylus
976 Lufengosaurus
977 Lurdusaurus
978 Lusitanosaurus
979 Lusotitan
980 Lycaenops
981 Lynx
982 Lystrosaurus
983 Lythronax
984 Machaeroides
985 Machairodus
986 Macleay�s Spectre
987 Macrauchenia
988 Macrocnemus
989 Macrogryphosaurus
990 Macrokentriodon
991 Macroplata
992 Magericyon
993 Magnapaulia
994 Magnosaurus
995 Magyarosaurus
996 Mahajangasuchus
997 Maiasaura
998 Majungasaurus
999 Mako Shark
1000 Malarial Mosquito
1001 Malawisaurus
1002 Malawisuchus
1003 Malayan Sun Bear
1004 Malaysian Horned Toad
1005 Maleevus
1006 Mamenchisaurus
1007 Mammoth Wasp
1008 Mandrill
1009 Mandschurosaurus
1010 Maned Wolf
1011 Mangrove Snake
1012 Manis paleojavanica
1013 Manta Ray
1014 Mantella Frogs
1015 Mantellisaurus
1016 Mantis Shrimp
1017 Mapusaurus
1018 Marabou Stork
1019 Marasuchus
1020 Marine Iguana
1021 Marine Toad
1022 Marlin
1023 Marshosaurus
1024 Martial Eagle
1025 Masiakasaurus
1026 Massasauga
1027 Massetognathus
1028 Massospondylus
1029 Mastodon
1030 Mastodonsaurus
1031 Matamata
1032 Mauisaurus
1033 Medusaceratops
1034 Megacephalosaurus
1035 Megacerops
1036 Megacyon
1037 Megahippus
1038 Megaladapis
1039 Megalancosaurus
1040 Megalania
1041 Megalictis
1042 Mega Lion
1043 Megaloceras
1044 Megalodon
1045 Megalosaurus
1046 Megalotragus
1047 Megamouth Shark
1048 Megantereon
1049 Megapnosaurus
1050 Megarachne
1051 Megaraptor
1052 Megatherium
1053 Megazostrodon
1054 Megistotherium
1055 Mei
1056 Meiolania
1057 Melanorosaurus
1058 Meniscotherium
1059 Menoceras
1060 Mercuriceratops
1061 Merychippus
1062 Merycodus
1063 Merycoidodon
1064 Mesohippus
1065 Mesonyx
1066 Mesosaurus
1067 Mesosuchus
1068 Metacheiromys
1069 Metailurus
1070 Metamynodon
1071 Metmynodon
1072 Metoposaurus
1073 Metriacanthosaurus
1074 Metridochoerus
1075 Metriorhynchus
1076 Mexican Beaded Lizard
1077 Miacis
1078 Microbrachis
1079 Micropachycephalosaurus
1080 Microposaurus
1081 Microraptor
1082 Milleretta
1083 Mimic Octopus
1084 Mink
1085 Minmi
1086 Miohippus
1087 Miotapirus
1088 Miracinonyx
1089 Miragaia
1090 Mixosaurus
1091 Mixotoxodon
1092 Moeritherium
1093 Mole Cricket
1094 Monatnotylopus
1095 Monjurosuchus
1096 Monkonosaurus
1097 Monoclonius
1098 Monolophosaurus
1099 Mononykus
1100 Montanoceratops
1101 Moray Eel
1102 Morganopterus
1103 Moropus
1104 Mosasaurus
1105 Moschops
1106 Mothercare Spider
1107 Mountain Gorilla
1108 Mouse-Eared Bat
1109 Mouse Spider
1110 Mudpuppy
1111 Mudskipper
1112 Mulga
1113 Muraenopteron
1114 Muraenosaurus
1115 Musk Ox
1116 Mussaurus
1117 Muttaburrasaurus
1118 Mylodon
1119 Mymoorapelta
1120 Myohyrax
1121 Mystriosuchus
1122 Naked Mole Rat
1123 Nalacetsu
1124 Nanchangosaurus
1125 Nannopterygius
1126 Nanosmilus
1127 Nanotitanops
1128 Nanotyrannus
1129 Nanuqsaurus
1130 Narwhal
1131 Nasutoceratops
1132 Natchitochia
1133 Necrolestes
1134 Nedoceratops
1135 Neimongosaurus
1136 Nemegtosaurus
1137 Neoaetosauroides
1138 Neocathartes
1139 Neohelos
1140 Neomylodn
1141 Neovenator
1142 Nesodon
1143 Net-Casting Spider
1144 Neuquensaurus
1145 Nicrosaurus
1146 Nigersaurus
1147 Nile Crocodile
1148 Nile Monitor
1149 Nimravus
1150 Niobrarasaurus
1151 Nipponosaurus
1152 Noasaurus
1153 Nodocephalosaurus
1154 Nodosaurus
1155 Nomingia
1156 Northern Snakehead
1157 Notharctus
1158 Nothosaurus
1159 Nothronychus
1160 Nothrotheriops
1161 Notochampsa
1162 Notostylops
1163 Nqwebasaurus
1164 Numidotherium
1165 Nundasuchus
1166 Nuthetes
1167 Nut Weevil
1168 Nyanzachoerus
1169 Nyctosaurus
1170 Oarfish
1171 Obdurodon
1172 Ocean Sunfish
1173 Ocepechelon
1174 Odobenocetops
1175 Okapi
1176 Old World Scorpion
1177 Oligokyphus
1178 Olorotitan
1179 Omeisaurus
1180 Omphalosaurus
1181 Opalescent Squid
1182 Opetiosaurus
1183 Ophiacodon
1184 Ophiderpeton
1185 Ophthalmosaurus
1186 Opisthocoelicaudia
1187 Oreopithecus
1188 Orkoraptor
1189 Ornate Horned Frog
1190 Ornate Mantis
1191 Ornithocheirus
1192 Ornitholestes
1193 Ornithomimus
1194 Ornithosuchus
1195 Orodromeus
1196 Orohippus
1197 Orthacanthus
1198 Orthocone
1199 Orthosuchus
1200 Oryctodromeus
1201 Osbornoceros
1202 Ostafrikasaurus
1203 Ostenoselache
1204 Osteoborus
1205 Ostrich
1206 Oteoborus
1207 Othnielia
1208 Ouranosaurus
1209 Oviraptor
1210 Oxyaena
1211 Ozraptor
1212 Pachyaena
1213 Pachycephalosaurus
1214 Pachycheilosuchus
1215 Pachycrocuta
1216 Pachypleurosaurus
1217 Pachyrachis
1218 Pachyrhinosaurus
1219 Pachyrukhos
1220 Pakicetus
1221 Paleolagus
1222 Paleomastodon
1223 Paleonictis
1224 Paleoparadoxia
1225 Paleoryctes
1226 Paleosyops
1227 Paleotherium
1228 Palorchestes
1229 Pampaphoneus
1230 Pangolin
1231 Pannoniasaurus
1232 Panoplosaurus
1233 Panther Chameleon
1234 Pantolambda
1235 Pantydraco
1236 Paper Wasp
1237 Paracosoryx
1238 Paracyclotosaurus
1239 Paradoxical Frog
1240 Parahippus
1241 Paralititan
1242 Paranthropus
1243 Paraplacodus
1244 Parapsicephalus
1245 Parasaurolophus
1246 Paratoceras
1247 Paratypothorax
1248 Pareiasaurus
1249 Patagonykus
1250 Patagosaurus
1251 Patgopteryx
1252 Patriofelis
1253 Pawpawsaurus
1254 Pederpes
1255 Pedopenna
1256 Pegomastax
1257 Pelicanimimus
1258 Peloneustes
1259 Pelorocephalus
1260 Pelorovis
1261 Peltephilus
1262 Peltobatrachus
1263 Pentaceratops
1264 Percrocuta
1265 Peregrine Falcon
1266 Peteinosaurus
1267 Phenocodus
1268 Phiomia
1269 Phoberomys
1270 Phobetor
1271 Pholidogaster
1272 Phorusrachus
1273 Phosphatherium
1274 Phosphorosaurus
1275 Phthinosuchus
1276 Phuwiangosaurus
1277 Piatnitzkysaurus
1278 Pichiciego
1279 Pike
1280 Piligrimella
1281 Pinacosaurus
1282 Pineapple Fish
1283 Pipa Toad
1284 Pipistrelle Bat
1285 Piranha
1286 Pirarucu
1287 Pirate Spider
1288 Pisanosaurus
1289 Pissarrachampsa
1290 Pistol Shrimp
1291 Pistosaurus
1292 Placerias
1293 Placochelys
1294 Placodus
1295 Plague Flea
1296 Plataleorhynchus
1297 Platecarpus
1298 Plateosaurus
1299 Platybelodon
1300 Platyhystrix
1301 Platypterygius
1302 Platypus
1303 Plesiadapis
1304 Plesictis
1305 Plesiogulo
1306 Plesiosaurus
1307 Pleurosaurus
1308 Pliohippus
1309 Pliopithecus
1310 Plioplatecarpus
1311 Pliosaurus
1312 Plotosaurus
1313 Pluridens
1314 Podokesaurus
1315 Poebrotherium
1316 Poekilopleuron
1317 Poison-Dart Frog
1318 Polacanthus
1319 Polar Bear
1320 Polyglyphanodon
1321 Pontalis
1322 Pontogeneus
1323 Pontosaurus
1324 Poposaurus
1325 Porcupine Fish
1326 Portia Spider
1327 Portugese Man-o-War
1328 Postosuchus
1329 Potamotherium
1330 Praying mantis
1331 Predatory Bush Cricket
1332 Predatory Tunicate
1333 Preondactylus
1334 Presbyornis
1335 Prestosuchus
1336 Primaderma
1337 Prionosuchus
1338 Pristichampsus
1339 Proborhyaena
1340 Proboscis Monkey
1341 Procamelus
1342 Proceratosaurus
1343 Procolophon
1344 Procompsognathus
1345 Proconsul
1346 Procoptodon
1347 Procranioceras
1348 Procynosuchus
1349 Prodesmatochoerus
1350 Prodinoceras
1351 Proganochelys
1352 Prognathodon
1353 Prolibytherium
1354 Prolimnocyon
1355 Propleopus
1356 Prorastomus
1357 Prosaurolophus
1358 Prosynthetoceras
1359 Protarchaeopteryx
1360 Protenodontosaurus
1361 Proterix
1362 Proterogyrinus
1363 Protitanotherium
1364 Protoceras
1365 Protoceratops
1366 Protocetus
1367 Protodonata
1368 Protohadros
1369 Protohippus
1370 Protomoropus
1371 Protoreodon
1372 Protosphyraena
1373 Protosuchus
1374 Protungulatum
1375 Protylopus
1376 Protypotherium
1377 Psephodermus
1378 Psittacosaurus
1379 Psittacotherium
1380 Pteranodon
1381 Pterodactylus
1382 Pterodaustro
1383 Pterodon
1384 Pterygotus
1385 Ptilodus
1386 Ptottomus
1387 Puff Adder
1388 Pufferfish
1389 Pugnacious Ant
1390 Puma
1391 Purse-Web Spider
1392 Purussaurus
1393 Puss Moth
1394 Pyroraptor
1395 Pyrotherium
1396 Qianzhousaurus
1397 Queen Alexandra�s Birdwing
1398 Quettacyon
1399 Quetzalcoatlus
1400 Quinkana
1401 Raft Spider
1402 Rahiolisaurus
1403 Rahonavis
1404 Rainbow Boa
1405 Rajasaurus
1406 Ramoceros
1407 Rapetosaurus
1408 Raven
1409 Rebbachisaurus
1410 Red-Backed Shrike
1411 Red-Bellied Black Snake
1412 Red-Kneed Tarantula
1413 Redback Spider
1414 Red Kangaroo
1415 Redondasuchus
1416 Regal Horned Lizard
1417 Regaliceratops
1418 Remingtonocetus
1419 Remora
1420 Repenomamus
1421 Reticulated Python
1422 Rhabdodon
1423 Rhamphorhynchus
1424 Rhinesuchus
1425 Rhinoceros Viper
1426 Rhinorex
1427 Rhodocetus
1428 Rhoetosaurus
1429 Rhomaleosaurus
1430 Rhynchippus
1431 Rhynchosaurus
1432 Ribbon Eel
1433 Right Whale
1434 Ringhals
1435 Riojasaurus
1436 Riostegotherium
1437 River Dolphin
1438 Robber Crab
1439 Robber Fly
1440 Rodhocetus
1441 Rolling Wasp
1442 Rove Beetle
1443 Rubeosaurus
1444 Rugops
1445 Russell�s Viper
1446 Rutiodon
1447 Rytiodus
1448 Saber-Toothed Ground Beetle
1449 Sable Antelope
1450 Saichania
1451 Saltasaurus
1452 Saltriosaurus
1453 Saltwater Crocodile
1454 Salvadori Monitor
1455 Sandfish
1456 Sandfly
1457 Sand Monitor
1458 Sand Tiger Shark
1459 Sand Wasp
1460 Santanadactylus
1461 Sarcolestes
1462 Sarcoprion
1463 Sarcosaurus
1464 Sarcosuchus
1465 Sarkastodon
1466 Saturnalia
1467 Sauroctonus
1468 Saurolophus
1469 Sauroniops
1470 Sauronitholestes
1471 Sauropelta
1472 Saurophaganax
1473 Sauroposeidon
1474 Saurornithoides
1475 Saurosuchus
1476 Savannah Monitor
1477 Saw-Scaled Viper
1478 Sawfish
1479 Sawfly
1480 Sawyer Beetle
1481 Scabies mite
1482 Scansoriopteryx
1483 Scapanorhynchus
1484 Scaphognathus
1485 Scarrittia
1486 Scelidosaurus
1487 Scelidotherium
1488 Scipionyx
1489 Scorpionfish
1490 Scorpion Fly
1491 Screw-Worm Fly
1492 Scutellosaurus
1493 Scutosaurus
1494 Sea Anemone
1495 Sea Cucumber
1496 Seahorse
1497 Sea Krait
1498 Sea Lamprey
1499 Sea Nettle
1500 Sea Robin
1501 Sea Slug
1502 Sea Snake
1503 Sea Urchin
1504 Secernosaurus
1505 Segisaurus
1506 Segnosaurus
1507 Seismosaurus
1508 Sellosaurus
1509 Selmasaurus
1510 Sexton Beetle
1511 Seymouria
1512 Shamosaurus
1513 Shansisuchus
1514 Shantungosaurus
1515 Shanxia
1516 Shaochilong
1517 Sharovipteryx
1518 Shenzhouraptor
1519 Shenzhousaurus
1520 Shihtienfenia
1521 Shingleback Skink
1522 Shoebill
1523 Shonisaurus
1524 Short-Beaked Echidna
1525 Short-Tailed Shrew
1526 Shoshonius
1527 Shunosaurus
1528 Shuvosaurus
1529 Shuvuuia
1530 Siats
1531 Siavcanthion
1532 Siberian Tiger
1533 Sichuanosuchus
1534 Sidewinder
1535 Silesaurus
1536 Silverfish
1537 Silvisaurus
1538 Simosuchus
1539 Sineoamphisbaena
1540 Sinocalliopteryx
1541 Sinoceratops
1542 Sinodelphys
1543 Sinohippus
1544 Sinomegoceros
1545 Sinonyx
1546 Sinopa
1547 Sinornis
1548 Sinornithosaurus
1549 Sinosauropteryx
1550 Sinosaurus
1551 Sinovenator
1552 Sinraptor
1553 Sivapithecus
1554 Sivatherium
1555 Skunk Beetle
1556 Slavemaker Ant
1557 Slipper Lobster
1558 Slow Loris
1559 Smilodon
1560 Smilosuchus
1561 Smok
1562 Snakefly
1563 Snapping Turtle
1564 Snipe Eel
1565 Snow Leopard
1566 Sockeye Salmon
1567 Soergelia
1568 Solenodon
1569 Solenodonsaurus
1570 Sordes
1571 Southern Ground Hornbill
1572 Sparrow Hawk
1573 Spectacled Bear
1574 Spectral Vampire Bat
1575 Sperm Whale
1576 Sphaerotholus
1577 Sphagesaurus
1578 Sphenacodon
1579 Spheniscus
1580 Spider Crab
1581 Spider Wasp
1582 Spinops
1583 Spinosaurus
1584 Spiny King Crab
1585 Spiny Lobster
1586 Spitting Spider
1587 Spittle Bug
1588 Spotted Eagle Ray
1589 Spotted Hyena
1590 Squalodon
1591 Sreech Owl
1592 St. Andrew�s Cross Spider
1593 Stag Beetle
1594 Stagonolepis
1595 Stalk-Eyed Fly
1596 Star-Nosed Mole
1597 Stargazer
1598 Staurikosaurus
1599 Stegoceras
1600 Stegomastodon
1601 Stegopelta
1602 Stegosaurus
1603 Stegotetrabelodon
1604 Stegotherium
1605 Stellar�s Sea Eagle
1606 Steller Sea Lion
1607 Stenomylus
1608 Steppe Bison
1609 Stethacanthus
1610 Sthenurus
1611 Stingray
1612 Stink Bug
1613 Stinkpot Turtle
1614 Stoat
1615 Stokesosaurus
1616 Stomatosuchus
1617 Stonefish
1618 Stoplight Loosejaw
1619 Striped Catfish
1620 Striped Hyena
1621 Struthiomimus
1622 Struthiosaurus
1623 Stupendemys
1624 Sturgeon
1625 Stygimoloch
1626 Stygiochelys
1627 Stylinodon
1628 Styracocephalus
1629 Styracosaurus
1630 Styxosaurus
1631 Suchomimus
1632 Sungazer Lizard
1633 Supersaurus
1634 Susisuchus
1635 Suzhousaurus
1636 Swordfish
1637 Sydney Funnel-Web Spider
1638 Syndioceras
1639 Synoplotherium
1640 Synthetoceras
1641 Szechuanosaurus
1642 Taeniolabis
1643 Tailless Whip Scorpion
1644 Taipan
1645 Talarurus
1646 Tanius
1647 Taniwhasaurus
1648 Tanuki
1649 Tanystropheus
1650 Tanytrachlos
1651 Tapejara
1652 Tapeworm
1653 Tapinocephalus
1654 Tapocyon
1655 Tarantula Hawk Wasp
1656 Tarascosaurus
1657 Tarbosaurus
1658 Tarchia
1659 Tarsier
1660 Tasmanian Devil
1661 Tazoudasaurus
1662 Technosaurus
1663 Tegu
1664 Teleoceras
1665 Teleosaurus
1666 Telmatosaurus
1667 Temnodontosaurus
1668 Temple Viper
1669 Tenontosaurus
1670 Teratosaurus
1671 Terminonatator
1672 Terrestrial Flatworm
1673 Terrestrisuchus
1674 Tetraceratops
1675 Tetraclaenodon
1676 Teviornis
1677 Thadeosaurus
1678 Thai Water Dragon
1679 Thalassiodracon
1680 Thalassocnus
1681 Thecodontosaurus
1682 Theosodon
1683 Theriognathus
1684 Therizinosaurus
1685 Thescelosaurus
1686 Thick-Tailed Scorpion
1687 Thick Headed Fly
1688 Thoatherium
1689 Thomashuxleya
1690 Thorny Devil
1691 Thresher Shark
1692 Thrinaxodon
1693 Thylacinus
1694 Thylacoleo
1695 Thylacosmilus
1696 Tianchisaurus
1697 Tianzhenosaurus
1698 Tiarajudens
1699 Ticinosuchus
1700 Tiger Beetle
1701 Tiger Fish
1702 Tiger Moth
1703 Tiger Shark
1704 Tiger Snake
1705 Tiger Spider
1706 Titanis
1707 Titanoides
1708 Titanomyrma
1709 Titanophoneus
1710 Titanosaurus
1711 Titanosuchus
1712 Titanotylopus
1713 Toad Bug
1714 Toadfish
1715 Toco Toucan
1716 Toe-Biter
1717 Torosaurus
1718 Torvosaurus
1719 Toxodon
1720 Toyotamaphimeia
1721 Trapdoor Spider
1722 Treehopper
1723 Triceratops
1724 Triggerfish
1725 Trigodon
1726 Trigonias
1727 Trilobite
1728 Trilophosaurus
1729 Trilophosuchus
1730 Trinacromerum
1731 Tripodfish
1732 Tritemndodn
1733 Trogosus
1734 Troodon
1735 Trucidocynodon
1736 Tsagantegia
1737 Tsaidamotherium
1738 Tsetse Fly
1739 Tsintaosaurus
1740 Tuatara
1741 Tuojiangosaurus
1742 Tupandactylus
1743 Tupuxuara
1744 Turanoceratops
1745 Twig Snake
1746 Two-Toad Sloth
1747 Tylocephale
1748 Tylosaurus
1749 Tyrannosaurus
1750 Tyrannotitan
1751 Udanoceratops
1752 Uintatherium
1753 Ukhaatherium
1754 Ulemosaurus
1755 Umoonasaurus
1756 Unaysaurus
1757 Unenlagia
1758 Utahraptor
1759 Utatsusaurus
1760 Vampire Bat
1761 Vampire Squid
1762 Vampyrictis
1763 Varanops
1764 Variraptor
1765 Vegavis
1766 Velafrons
1767 Velociraptor
1768 Velvet Ant
1769 Velvet Worm
1770 Veterupristisaurus
1771 Vine Snake
1772 Violet Ground Beetle
1773 Violet Snail
1774 Viperfish
1775 Viverra leakeyi
1776 Vjushkovia
1777 Voay
1778 Volkheimeria
1779 Vulcanodon
1780 Vulpavus
1781 Walrus
1782 Wannanosaurus
1783 Wart-Biter Cricket
1784 Warthog
1785 Water Buffalo
1786 Water Cobra
1787 Water Scorpion
1788 Water Spider
1789 Water Strider
1790 Weaver Ant
1791 Web-Footed Gecko
1792 Weeverfish
1793 Wels Catfish
1794 Western Diamondback Rattlesnake
1795 Westlothiana
1796 Whale Shark
1797 Whatcheeria
1798 Whiptail Lizard
1799 Whipworm
1800 White-Tailed Spider
1801 Whitetip Reef Shark
1802 Wild Boar
1803 Wind Spider
1804 Wolf Fish
1805 Wolf Spider
1806 Wolverine
1807 Wonambi
1808 Wood Ant
1809 Woodlouse
1810 Woodlouse Spider
1811 Wood Termite
1812 Wooly Mammoth
1813 Wuerhosaurus
1814 Wynardia
1815 Xenacanthus
1816 Xenoceratops
1817 Xenokeryx
1818 Xenosmilus
1819 Xiaosaurus
1820 Xinpusaurus
1821 Xiongguanlong
1822 Xiphactinus
1823 Xiphodon
1824 Xuanhanosaurus
1825 Yaguarasaurus
1826 Yandangornis
1827 Yandusaurus
1828 Yangchuanosaurus
1829 Yanornis
1830 Yantanglestes
1831 Yarshea
1832 Yaverlandia
1833 Yellow Jacket
1834 Yellow Sac Spider
1835 Yimenosaurus
1836 Yingshanosaurus
1837 Yi qi
1838 Yixianosaurus
1839 Yunnanosaurus
1840 Yutyrannus
1841 Zalambdalestes
1842 Zalmoxes
1843 Zanabazar
1844 Zhangheotherium
1845 Zhejiangopterus
1846 Zorilla
1847 Zuniceratops
1848 Zupaysaurus
1849 Zyghoriza
1850 Zygomaturus


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Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:

Well, I don't know how helpful another giant, ungainly, list would be, but I'll post the list of animals I"m intending to "Monsterize" for my own stuff. It's pretty large, so I'll spoiler it.

** spoiler omitted **

Yup, that's a big list, so Pokemon still have a very long way to go before they run out of non mythical, non made up creatures for inspiration?

Bestiary 6 to 99 wishlist?


After having my Therizinosaurus wish in Bestiary 5, i'm kinda done with wishing for dinosaurs, I'd rather see the non-dinosaurs such as Gorgonopsid and tanystopheus. I love my dinosaurs unique, and it seems to me most of them are already presented, of course you can ask for a Saltasaurus, but that doesn't really stray far from a Diplodocus or brachiosaurus, just change it a bit to get a Saltasaurus (and yes i'm aware of the pantser on its back)

A new wish is for a living Reef monster, a moving reef creature that is home to many other creatures, like sharp coral, monstrous starfish and tubeworms that all form one moving reef of horrors, it uses the different creatures inside its mass as weapons/protection and must look AWESOME.

Yeah, this deserves to be a 2-page monster.

A horror version would be an Reef Elemental, that is so uninspired, my wish is a Aberration and no outsider.

Also I want more monsters based on the following animals: Lionfish (Caspilly for one), Mantis, Wasps, Antelope, Leopard Seals, Whales, Swordfish/Marlin, Barracuda, Beetles, Trapdoor Spiders, Net Casting Spiders, Caterpillars, Starfish (Especially thorncrown starfish), Coral, Jellyfish (especially that fly on land), Arapaima, Lemures.

And many I forgot..

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