PDF includes two creatures, the Stikini, a shapechanging witch that turns into an owl at night to kill and eat its victims, and the lightning bird, a legendary creature that is thought to cause lightning storms and feed on the blood of its victims. These can be used as separate encounters or put together as a witch and familiar. ... [click here for more]
Included are the Eloko, Bukavac, and Adze. The Eloko is a dwarf-like creature that causes mischief and casts spells on passersby. The Bukavac is a fiendish six-legged frog that leaps on unsuspecting victims to strangle. The Adze is a vampire that can transform into a firefly to cause disease. ... [click here for more]
Three unique individuals based on creatures in the monster manual. These are meant to be either a solo encounter, or in the case of Belax, an NPC that the players may ally themselves with. As they are all named, each has a small snippet of a history that you can use to fit it into your campaign or use for a one-shot scenario. ... [click here for more]
Aicha Kandicha is an evil djinn that disguises herself as a medicine woman living outside of a small town or village near a body of water. She uses her skills to gain the trust of the locals, then create sickness that she will "cure", using the deaths to sustain her life before moving on.
This is a solo encounter that has a Challenge Rating of 10 and is best used in a semi-aquatic location. ... [click here for more]
The Black-Eyed People are beings from the Negative Plane. While they look humanoid, they have solid black eyes, wear dark hooded clothes, avoid all eye contact, and seem to disappear when approached. They delight in enticing mortals to follow them back to their home plane.
These are usually a solo encounter that is Challenge Rating 5 and are common in urban locations. ... [click here for more]