In this Friend or Foe Friday episode we’re continuing our exploration of monsters originating in the 1E AD&D Fiend Folio, comparing and contrasting Mephits from various editions and talking about potential ways you could use them in your games.Continue reading “Mephits”
In this Friend or Foe Friday episode we’re trawling through the Fiend Folio in search of the deadly Lizard King.Continue reading “Lizard Kings”
In this Friend or Foe Friday episode–as per the result of this week’s Twitter poll–we’re cracking open the mighty Fiend Folio once again in an attempt to peel back the festering robes of the haunting Heucuva.Continue reading “Heucuva”
In this Friend or Foe Friday episode, as voted for on our Twitter poll, we are taking a look at the Lung Wang, a Sea Dragon inspired by Eastern myth.Continue reading “Lung Wang, Dragons of the Sea”
In this episode we’re discussing the Crypt Thing, a static undead with powerful teleportation abilities.Continue reading “The Crypt Thing”
In this episode myself and Hannah look into one of the more enduring monsters of the D&D game, the vile, frog-like Bullywug.Continue reading “Bullywugs”
In this Friend or Foe Friday episode we’re looking at the Giant Blood Worm from the 1E AD&D Fiend Folio:Continue reading “Giant Blood Worm”
In this Friend or Foe Friday episode we’re cracking open the AD&D 1E Fiend Folio (as requested by Colin Green of the excellent Spikepit podcast) and choosing a random monster to discuss, for this episdoe we’ve rolled the Mantari.
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In this Friend or Foe Friday episode Hannah and myself are discussing those summoned denizens of the Inner Planes, the elementals.
In this Friend or Foe Friday episode, Hannah and myself discuss that silent, sentinel of the fields and guardian of the grain, the scarecrow.