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  • Wererats

    Wererat IN FOLKLORE : (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) A wererat is a fictional lycanthropic creature akin to a werewolf, but shapeshifting into the form of a rat instead of a wolf. This type of therianthrope is rare in historical legends. They …

  • Spirits

    Ghosts IN FOLKLORE: Ghosts or spooks are controversial phenomena which have several possible definitions: *The spirit or soul of a person who has died, especially one which haunts a place which was of emotional significance to that person when living. …

  • Wendigos

    Wendigo, Witiko IN FOLKLORE: The Wendigo (also known as Windigo, Weendigo, Windago, Windiga, Witiko, Wihtikow, and numerous other variants) is a mythical creature appearing in the mythology of the Algonquian people. It is a malevolent cannibalistic …

  • Breathsnatcher

    The Breathsnatcher A Breathsnatcher is a monstrous humanoid that lives between humans looking for the opportunity to steal their breath. They average 6 feet tall and weigh about 150 pounds. IN FOLKLORE: "It moved with grace, each step perfectly …

  • Kobold

    Kobold IN FOLKLORE: in German folklore, mischievous household spirit who usually helps with chores and gives other valuable services but who often hides household and farm tools or kicks over stooping persons. He is temperamental and becomes outraged …

  • Ogre

    Name: Kukwes Alternate spellings: Gugwés, Kukwej, Kookwes, Kukwees, Gugwech, Kookwe, Gugwe' Pronunciation: kook-wess Type: Monster, giant A kind of man-eating ogre. Kukwes are greedy, hairy, and sometimes described as having bear-like heads. The …

  • Ash Wraith

    Ash Wraith IN GAME TERMS: Ash wraiths speak whatever languages they spoke in life. They typically stand between 5 and 6 feet tall. Because they’re incorporeal, they have no weight. Species Traits Ash wraiths have the following traits: Undead: …

  • Mummy

    Species Traits Undead: Mummies have the traits and immunities common to undead. Despair (Su): At the mere sight of a mummy, the viewer must succeed on a Will save (DC 15) or be paralyzed with fear for 1d4 rounds. Whether or not the save is successful, …

  • Tulpa

    The Tulpa Tulpa (Wylie: sprul-pa; Sanskrit: निर्मित nirmita[1] and निर्माण nirmāṇa;[2] "to build" or "to construct") is an upaya concept in Tibetan Buddhism and Bon, discipline and teaching tool. The term was first rendered into English as 'Thoughtform …

  • Crawfordsville Monster

    The Crawfordsville monster IN FOLKLORE: The Crawfordsville monster is the name given to an unidentified flying creature that allegedly appeared in the skies of the small town of Crawfordsville, Indiana. in 1891. Some contemporary cryptid resources list …

  • Fiends

    Fiend = Demon demon, supernatural being, generally malevolent in character. In general, the more civilized pagan societies came to consider demons as powerful, supernatural beings who lacked the dignity of gods and who, depending on the circumstance, …

  • Dryad

    Tooth Fairy DESCRIPTION: (Source(s) d20 Modern) Real tooth fairies are wicked, horridly deformed creatures that antagonize and occasionally torment mortals for their own amusement. They usually only appear at night. IN EERIE: Tooth Fairies of the …

  • Tooth Fairy

    Tooth Fairy DESCRIPTION: (Source(s) d20 Modern) Real tooth fairies are wicked, horridly deformed creatures that antagonize and occasionally torment mortals for their own amusement. They usually only appear at night. IN EERIE: Tooth Fairies of the …

  • Dread Tree

    Dread Tree Species Traits Blindsight (Ex): A dread tree is blind but can ascertain all creatures and objects within 30 feet just as a sighted creature would. Beyond that range, all targets have total concealment with respect to the dread tree. …

  • Bodak

    Bodak Engywood Theophrastus: "Bodaks are the undead remnants of humanoids who have been destroyed by the touch of absolute evil. An alien known as Grey who has been slain by a force of terrible evil was inside the Secret Facility that was discovered by …

  • Ghouls

    Ghoul (TEMPLATE) IN FOLKLORE: A ghoul (or ghul) is a monster from the ancient Arabian folklore that dwells in graveyards and other uninhabited places, is originally a desert-dwelling, shapeshifting demon blooded undead that can assume the guise of an …

  • Vampire

    Vampire (Template) Vampires speak, read, and write the languages they knew in life. Template Traits “Vampire” is an acquired template that can be added to any humanoid, or monstrous humanoid (referred to hereafter as the base creature). The …

  • Whisperer in the Dark

    Whisperer in the Dark From a distance, a whisperer in the dark resembles a swirling bank of mist or light fog, but an observer within 30 feet of the whisperer can clearly see dozens of humanoid faces in the fog, silently screaming their endless torment …

  • Doom Hag

    Doom Hag Standing 6 feet tall and weighing 175 pounds, a doom hag resembles a grizzled crone. It is always clad in a shabby, tattered dress and shawl of a drab color. Species Traits Confusion (Sp): A doom hag can use confusion three times per day, as …

  • Grimlock

    Grimlock Species Traits Automatic Language: A grimlock can speak (but not read or write) one local surface language. Blindsight (Ex): A grimlock is blind but can ascertain all creatures and objects within 40 feet just as a sighted creature would. …

  • Animated Wax Statues

    Animated Wax Statues: Medium-size Animated Object: CR 2; Medium-size construct; HD 2d10 + 10; hp 21; Mas —; Init + 0; Spd 30 ft.; Defense 14, touch 10, flat-footed 14 ( + 4 natural); BAB + 1; Grap + 2; Atk + 2 melee (1d6 + 1, slam); Full Atk + 2 melee ( …

  • Phobonites

    Phobonites Phobonites are tickblins that grow to mayor size when feed with the fears of a person that is dreaming. They are also native to the Dreamscape and can only affect people who are dreaming causing nightmares with their powers. Fear Steal: …

  • Phobonites II

    Phobonites II Phobonites II or "The Collectors" are evolved versions of the Phobonites. When they were left behind without a master (The Dream Tyrant) they wandered for years around the Eeriescape not understanding what was happening, without motivation …

  • Catfolks

    CAT FOLK In its natural form, a cat folk is an attractive biped standing approximately 6 feet tall and weighing about 120 pounds. Its face and body are humanlike except for several distinctly feline features: a short muzzle, whiskers, vertical pupils, a …

  • Cyclops

    Cyclops In Folklore: In Greek mythology and later Roman mythology, a cyclops (Greek: Κύκλωψ, Kuklōps), was a member of a primordial race of giants, each with a single eye in the middle of its forehead. The classical plural is cyclopes (Greek: Κύκλωπες, …

  • Dwarves

    Dwarves In Folklore: A dwarf is a creature from Norse and Germanic mythologies. They usually have magical talents, often involving metallurgy. Dwarves were certainly humanoid, but sources differ over their lifestyles, and their similarity to Elves. They …

  • Gnomes

    GNOMES Size: Tiny. Gnomes gain a + 4 size bonus to Defense, a + 1 size bonus on attack rolls, and a + 8 size bonus on Hide checks. They suffer a – 8 size penalty on grapple checks. Gnomes must use smaller weapons than humans use, and their lifting and …

  • Bugbears

    Bugbears In Folklore: A bugbear is a legendary creature or type of hobgoblin comparable to the bogeyman, bogey, bugaboo, and other creatures of folklore, all of which were historically used in some cultures to frighten disobedient children. Its name is …

  • Molars

    Molars Molar are minions of the Tooth Fairy created by using faerie magic. They attack in swams and eat everything they find disposing of evidence in a few minutes. Molar Diminutive fey CR: 1/10 HD: 1/4d8;hp: 1 Mas: 11 Init: + 1 Spd: 20f, …

  • Dimensional Horror

    Dimensional Horror Species Traits Blindsight (Ex): A dimensional horror can ascertain all creatures and objects within 30 feet in both the normal world and its own coexistent dimension. The dimensional horror’s blindsight is not dependent on vision, …

  • Tickblins

    Tickblins Tickblins are servants of the Dimensional Horror. They resemble small sized ticks with the face of the person they bite. Personality Steal: When a tickblin bites a person he does 1 point of damage and with that he “copies” psychic energy …

  • Kukwes

    Kukwes Alternate spellings: Gugwés, Kukwej, Kookwes, Kukwees, Gugwech, Kookwe, Gugwe' Pronunciation: kook-wess Type: Monster, giant A kind of man-eating ogre. Kukwes are greedy, hairy, and sometimes described as having bear-like heads. The name " …