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Australian Bestiary (5e)

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In 1967, the Right Honourable Harold Holt surveyed his dread domain. It was a land rich in mineral wealth, but overrun by deadly beasts. Holt knew if his people were to thrive, he would need to banish many of these horrors to another plane. Holt laboured in his hidden coastal laboratory to construct an unstable portal. When his blood rites reached fruition, Holt opened a gate to Toril, drew the beasts unto him and compelled them to pass through. So great were his exertions that the portal collapsed and Holt was never seen again. This bestiary outlines just some of the creatures that entered the Forgotten Realms that day.

 

It includes:

  • Mind boggling marsupials
  • Demonic drop bears and infernal Tasmanian devils
  • Lost Austrians
  • Kelly Gang cosplayers
  • Thicc megafauna
  • Poisonous everything

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Jon H April 03, 2018 4:53 pm UTC
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An enjoyable little bestiary. If I ever send my PCs to Osse (labeled as “terra incognita” in the FR digital atlas but mentioned elsewhere in a novel), I will certainly be using these. If you ever do a follow up, consider researching creatures from aboriginal myth. It would be a nice addition to the normal and semi normal creatures found here.
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This title was added to our catalog on March 31, 2018.