Date Added: 2011-07-19 When I was a little kid, my brother introduced me to the game of Dungeons and Dragons. The local Co-Op has the Basic Game box set as well as a host of D&D action figures and toys. One of the toys that I was allowed to buy was a bendy Neo-Otyugh. Since those young days, the otyugh has always been my favourite monster of the Dungeons and Dragons and now Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. So it is with... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2011-07-14 THE MOR ALDENN CREATURE COMPENDIUM!
These are the monsters that prowl the dark forests, mountains, marshes and caves of the Mor Aldenn campaign setting. Some are the creations of the dreaded Night Hag and some are the result of the experimentation of the mages!
Yes, these were created for Mor Aldenn, City of Mages, but could be used for any campaign setting, especially... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2010-10-29 For every light, there is a darkness...For every hero, there is a villain...For every adventurer, there is a monster...Forgotten Foes is a 183-page sourcebook featuring both classic and all-new monsters for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. You'll find old favorites like the crypt thing and grick... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2010-05-06
The inevitables are at least as strange as the slaad. Monster Chronicles: the Inevitable takes the tick-tock guardians of order and shows you how to deploy them in an OGL or Pathfinder game. With insight into what makes the inevitable work (and not work), this Monster Chronicles installment is both celestial and totally practical.
The Monster Chronicles series provides ecologies... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2009-10-07 These pdfs follow a format similar to that found in the popular Behind the Spells series (also presented by Tricky Owlbear Publishing) so chances are good that, if you enjoy that series, this one will also strike your fancy. Each issue is narrated by Jadrin Nelv, monk of the Order of the Sacred Branch. Jadrin schools novice monks in the ways of the multiverse's creatures and we, the readers, get to... [click here for more]