These four-armed, four-legged, jet-black creatures live in bulbous, slick caves deep in the earth. They speak only in clicks and snaps, apparently uninterested in learning any common tongue. From their four arms they carry with them everywhere cages and chains in which they keep a bizarre assortment...

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Galthak are many things: armored, hard to kill, and pretty dumb. One thing they aren't is subtle.

These heavily-armored, insectoid creatures about the size of a small human scuttle through cave systems in search of food. Their biology remains unstudied, as their diet appears to be random. One da...

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After hours wandering through caves, you see a dim yellow light ahead. You hurry towards it, gratefully, to see that it hovers in the middle of the room. Your skin crawls as you look up and confirm your horrible suspicion: hidden among the stalactites of the ceiling hangs a bulbous creature that now...

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They live in huge caves deep beneath the earth, venturing to the surface only when driven by desperation. If you are delving into caverns and come upon piles of bones near an underground lake, keep a sharp eye out for deep lizardfolk.

A little larger than an average human, the deep lizardfolk are...

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Brachelys

Pity the brachelys. Millennia ago, hunting and gathering tribes learned that a brachelys's tough hide makes excellent armor and shields. Centuries ago, wizards discovered many magical properties in brachelys's internal organs.

As a result, these normally docile creatures are often hunt...

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The harpsivell is a tough desert creature that has developed a very strange adaptation: strings line a ridge on its back, and it vibrates those strings to create weird, atonal sounds that disorient or incapacitate both predators and prey. These omnivorous creatures won't eat anything larger than a r...

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The Rabat have lived in the desert for millennia. Their ancient myths claim that they originally lived in floating cities, but they are known for overseeing an empire of stone cities filled with tall pyramids. Two millennia ago, their civilization crumbled, and they now live as nomads and herders, t...

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Green Days: Dinosaur and I is a South Korean animated film from 2011, a sweet coming-of-age story very much in the spirit of Studio Ghibli's Whisper of the Heart. Yeah, I know, it's an odd title. It makes more sense once you watch it, and if you do, watch the credits for more context.

It's set...

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