I'm currently working on the monsters for my Pars Fortuna project. Here's a quick preview of the monsters (by challenge rating) I've statted up.
1 - Hraeth: Giant ravens.
1 - Hrogo: Leaping lampreys.
1 - Moggie: Giant cats.
2 - Giant Snail: Main meat animal of Fortuna's Wheel.
3 - Arakhun: Raccoons the size of black bears.
3 - Dol: Pack dogs the size of mules.
3 - Haloot: Large, quadrupedal, wingless owls.
3 - Maimun: Giant monkeys.
3 - Olph: Carnivorous, predatory sheep.
3 - Topi: Cross between and octopus and spider; live on land and in the sea.
3 - Woin: Bat-winged wolverines.
3 - Xerg: Foxes the size of leopards.
4 - Armadillox: Giant armadillos used like oxen by the natives of Fortuna's Wheel.
4 - Gangarou: Giant, carnivorous kangaroos that hunt the savanna.
4 - Hhai: Winged cougars.
4 - Jumart: Like a cross between a horse and bull.
4 - Peca: Like feline baboons.
5 - Onkeyn: Swift, horse-sized rhinos with long legs.
6 - Bebb: Giant herbivorous bears with massive heads and long beards.
6 - Orpo: Giant swine who live in rivers and lakes.
6 - Urleel: Cross between a moray eel and sea turtle.
7 - Giant Gulper Eel: Google them.
8 - Giant Mantis: Stalk the jungles.
8 - Mursa: Cross between a walrus and polar bear.
9 - Opur: Penguins the size of killer whales.
9 - Rho: Giant lynx with a large horn jutting from its forehead.
11 - Tragelph: Giant, elephantine goats, kept for their wool but hard to control.
12 - Criniger: Sleek, fur-bearing whales with massive tusks.
12 - Lhee: Beetles the size of elephants, and used by the natives of Fortuna's Wheel in much the same way.
12 - Snee: Giant terrestrial eels that constrict and send out electrical shocks.
17 - Singawale: Stingrays the size of whales.
20 - Aiwhah: Catfish the size of whales.
B - Mercurial: Rats composed of mercury with poisonous bites.
2 - Moonmaid: Tiny figurines carved from moonstone, powers reminiscent of Circe.
2 - Revenant: Animated corpses.
3 - Retriever: Clockwork dogs.
3 - Skeloid, Lesser: Skeletons bound in silver wire with wooden raven head. Absorbs spells.
4 - Ningyo: Guardian puppets with gaze attacks.
5 - Abominid: Spider creatures stitched together from amputated limbs.
5-10 - Imposter: Statues sent to kill their living doubles.
6 - Deruu: Tree women.
6 - Iconogryph: Alabaster vultures created as temple guardians.
6 - Skeloid, Greater: Skeletons bound in gold wire with wooden hawk head. Absorbs spells.
7 - Gongthrottle: Bronze gorillas animated by wrath.
8 - Fulminator: Lightning men.
14 - Sanctus: Images of saints carved in green stone.
A - Nizzertit: Slimy, stunted goblins.
B - Nurg: Short, stout savages
1 - Cakrol: Pangolin warriors.
1 - Ilel: Cloned warriors.
1 - Nif: Wasp women.
1 - Nine: Quick, furry humanoids who live in swamps.
1 - Oraenca: Stout warriors with iron bones.
1 - Skathra: Antelope centaurs.
1 - Tachi: Ape warrior.
1 - Vindlu: Scaled lion.
2 - Caledjula: Flying tricksters.
2 - Jae: Mounds of tricky kelp.
2 - Kyssai: Ethereal scouts.
2 - Olvugai: Tentacled warriors.
3 - Bo'al: Tall, burly humanoids.
3 - Hamazak: Amazon warriors.
3 - Qward: Stocky feline nomads.
3 - Zimbad: Reptilian flyers.
B - Tomb Robber: Grey men who burrow into graveyards.
1 - Osk: Golden skinned smiths with pointy teeth.
1 - Ouph, Black: Subterranean fairies who consume hallucinatory mushrooms.
2 - Meagle: Stunted pixies who summon demons.
2 - Zwunker: Swarthy dwarfs with golden hair, negate magic by their presence.
4 - Ouph, White: Pious sculptors.
6 - Ingala: Amazonian nymphs of the rain forest.
8 - Ouph, Blue: Berserk zealots.
B - Jeyah: Like furry, giant geckos who produce psychic static.
B - Sand Rat: Scaled rats the color of sand.
1 - Dreak: Voracious giant polliwogs.
1 - Vazin: Sinuous lizards who give off electric shocks.
2 - Byn: Siren lizards.
4 - Frosseleth: Woodland carnosaurs.
4 - Palasm: Victims of a disease that become faceless baboons that blend with shadows.
5 - Meerskin: Giant weasels with emerald eyes; surrounded by a miasmic yellow cloud.
5 - Nanc: Copper-furred capybaras with scorpion tails.
5 - Tharp: Swarms of steel-gray wasps; their stings cause hemorrhaging.
6 - Isaelen: Titanic beasts who simply shift from the ethereal plane to capture creatures in its stomach.
6 - Rhuup: Portly, furred humanoid tigers; swallow people whole.
7 - Aeloll: Arachnid horrors with legs that end in noose-like loops.
7 - Kruk: Four-armed ogres who trade in flesh.
8 - Idekel: Cross between an alligator and boa constrictor; uses illusions to look like dead wood.
X - Demonic Beast: Template for altering beasts.
X - Elemental: Templates for altering beasts.
X - Tabib: People possessed by feral spirits.
7 - Volp: Crystalline wolves who spread rage, cause misfortune.
8 - Nokt: Green, five-headed crows who spread misery and desperation.
6 - Fiend: Lesser demons with variable abilities.
9 - Haunt: Ghostly creatures with a touch of death.
9 - Nature Spirit: Humanoid spirits composed of natural materials.
10 - Greater Fiend: More powerful demons with more abilities.
10 - Lunarch: Amorphous, silvery bears with spider eyes; serve the Moon Goddess, cause madness.
15-18 - Archfiend: Most powerful demons.
great variety - love the names, esp. GongthrottleReplyDelete
Thanks. Gongthrottle started out as the very uninspired "Bronze Ape". When I wrote its special abilities (Gong, throttle), I knew I had found the perfect name.ReplyDelete
Looks like a fun collection. Will be interested to see more as you reveal it.ReplyDelete
These sound great and very original!ReplyDelete