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Biweekly Monster-Rope Snake

A Constrictor Snake¬†with the ability to camouflage itself as various kinds of rope suited to their environment. In the wild, Rope Snakes are better known as Vine Snakes because they take on the appearance of vines hanging from the trees. … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Cap Zombie

Undeath Caps are far more deadly to consume that mere Death Caps, and they turn those unfortunate enough to eat them into into mindless zombies driven to extend the growth of the fungus and its infection.

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Biweekly Monster-Rat Ghost

“We called him Rat Slayer Eric, but that was before he went nuts and killed all those folks and we had to put him down. Some folks swore they saw a rat spirit reveling in his death nearby when the … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Cornean Crawler

“You ever seen one of these?” “A large disembodied eye?” “We call them Cornean Crawlers. You find one of these and you never know what it might do, but one thing you do know, there’s something else more dangerous around, … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Furnisher

You were warned not to sit in any of the chairs or put a coat on any of the racks, but you you didn’t comprehend how many of those you would have to eschew. The shack was only small and … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Salvinid

Salvinids dwell in only the largest freshwater bodies, at least 30 feet deep, where they are sometimes mistaken for small islands in the lake. On closer inspection, they are seen to be enormous floating plants. They do not attack except … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Cosmic Dragon

It came like a field of stars falling from the night sky and while all stared in wonder, the world became a chaos of buffeting bedrolls, crashing rock, and swirling embers. It must not have been too hungry, it only … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Frost Wolf

When the winter is especially cold, cold enough for the lakes and rivers to freeze over, the frost wolves are rumored to cross over into civilized lands. It is not known if they always is exist beyond the borders, or … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Burglar Bush

This bush is inspired by a plant that snagged a friend’s knife from his belt during a hike. We’re still not sure how it it did it, but the knife fell right to the ground. These plants lay in wait … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Shadow Reaper

Shadow Reapers are malicious fey with great ambitions to grow their influence and control. They must operate very carefully within the fey, to avoid angering their betters there. However, they often creep out beyond the fey to find creatures whose … Continue reading

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