Monsters and other threats from the world of Athas.
This supplement for the Dark Sun Campaign Setting collects the most iconic and dangerous monsters of the Dark Sun campaign setting into one handy tome. It also contains other hazards and threats found in the desert wastelands and dungeon tombs of Athas.
The creatures and threats presented herein make worthy encounters for Athasian... [click here for more]
The sky rambles with impending rain?droplets hiss in the blasted air before reaching the parched ground. A leviathan bursts through the clouds, its silver scales glinting in the crimson sun. The rain drake pauses, then moves in with jaws opened wide? Only the bravest-or the most foolhardy-would dare stand before the creatures included inside this Monstrous Compendium appendix. Encounter the shadow... [click here for more]
Out of the swirling, bone-dry sands of Athas come hordes of raiders. They overrun caravans, strip them bare then vanish into the untracked wastes once more. Who are these ghosts of the desert? Where do they live? How do they survive far from the high walls of the city-states? Slave Tribes answers these and many more questions about the ex-slaves who escape into the desert. The Dark Sun game world... [click here for more]
Beneath the blistering rays of the Athasian sun live creatures more horrible than anything yet found in the AD&D game. In this harsh world, only the strongest can survive. Even the most timid looking creatures must be ready to kill or be killed at any time. The Dark Sun Monstrous Compendium contains 96 pages of new monsters specially designed for use in the Dark Dun campaign setting. Within these... [click here for more]
Virtually all of the monsters that appeared in TSR's 1993 AD&D product line, plus many of those that appeared in the 1993 issues of Dragon, Dungeon, and Polyhedron magazines, are brought together in this first release in an annual series of Monstrous Compendium supplements. This book is crawling with more than 100 denizens of the land, sky, sea, and underdark,... [click here for more]