The Fantasy Grounds version is available here CREATURES AS OLD AS EVIL
Hags are as varied and complex as humanoids, but they are, with few exceptions, evil. Inside The Complete Hag you will read about their fears, superstitions, worship, strange creations, rituals and how they use the moon’s power for their own goals. The Complete Hag expands the existing D&D canon to 143... [click here for more]
More Lore and Flavor for Hags!
This first Annex builds upon, but can be used without, The Complete Hag. Inside are ways to personalize each hag’s magical attacks and spells, specifics for Auntie and Grandmother Dusk Hags, more powerful variants of Morgantha and Mad Maggie, Hag patrons and 100 tchotchkes.
Inside you will find: - 10 Magic themes -... [click here for more]
Is there any more perfect monster in the D&D canon?
They’re clever, they’re wicked, and above all they’re social creatures - for all their love of isolation. They’re ageless and malicious, schemers who pull the strings of creatures around them for their own cruel whims. They’re also larger-than-life personalities who make brilliantly memorable NPCs: the kind of antagonists your... [click here for more]
Hagmalgams smashes together hags and celestials in a deliciously unexpected way. Talmach the Wild, a death slaad with something to prove, created the first hagmalgam by magically stitiching together a night hag and a unicorn. The slaad could not stop at just one creation! Eventually Talmach created six different hag-celestials, creatures the slaad called hagmalgams. The spread... [click here for more]