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Dangerous Creatures:  Bullet Ant

Dangerous Creatures: Bullet Ant


Imagine being hit by a bullet.  Now image being hit by a bullet and the pain of that moment lasting for 24 hours.  Meet the bullet ant, a one inch long insect with the world's most painful sting.  Dangerous Creatures:  Bullet Ant brings you this real world bundle of pain for your 3.5 games.  This product features the standard bullet ant (CR .5) and a monstrous variant (CR 1).  You'll also get information on a variety of alchemy uses for the ant's venom, as well as a couple of interesting cultural uses for the ant that can inspire story ideas.

It's hard finding interesting low-level creatures.  How many rat fights can you really run, anyway?  Spice up your game with an unexpected challenge.  And be sure to check out other critters in our Creature Corner.

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Shane O. [Featured Reviewer]
March 31st, 2009
It’s a truism that insects evoke a visceral reaction of disgust and horror in most people. That response is so instinctive it’s almost hardwired into us, even when the bugs in question are relatively harmless. Imagine how much more frightening such [...]
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February 28, 2009
This title was added to our catalog on February 28, 2009.