Tabletop RPGs

Two rival factions are separated by the Dragon Bridge, the old bones of a dragon draped across a chasm.

This would be no more than a curiosity except that these bones are magical, and spellcasters occasionally chip away at the skeleton for bones of power. This is obviously destabilizing the bridge...

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Light filters down from a hole in the ceiling to illuminate a massive cavern. The hundreds of purple crystals studding the cave's floors and walls glint and sparkle in the dim light.

These magical gems intensify the power of spells cast in this area. As a result, the various factions that live in...

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As you stride through the deep caverns of the world, if you hear a giggling, hissing sound, stop. You may have stumbled on a nest of listeners.

Standing a little over a meter tall when fully erect, these humanoid creatures have slimy gray-green skin, exposed jaws, and a ridge of orange spines alon...

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Usually the first you see of a darkstalker is the orange line of its flaming sword. Then its single red eye comes into view, and the sword illuminates the dark grey body and four arms. If it carries a cage, say your prayers.

The darkstalkers patrol massive cavern complexes underground. Those that...

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Found in deep caves, the nog obviously is clearly some kind of horrid hybrid between bats and humanoids. Their dark purple skin, hairless bodies, and huge ears betray their bat ancestry, while their humanoid shape and lack of wings requires that they behave more like humanoids.

Nog wear no clothin...

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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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