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5e Creatures - Small and Dangerous

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----More monsters for your 5e campaign----

Here are a few of my favorite monsters missing from the Monster Manual for your 5e game. I will be adding more soon.


Chokers are strange evil creatures with a bony body and long tentacle
like limbs, with spiny pads for hands and feet. These spiny pads allow
the choker to grip almost any surface and are also used for grabbing
prey. The chokers bodies resemble a gaunt halfling with greyish
mottled flesh. Its arms and legs are extremely long rubbery tentacles
that end in spiny pads. Chokers spend most of their time hidden near
their lairs waiting to ambush prey. Choker’s lairs are often hidden in
small openings high in natural caverns or stone chambers.


Spriggans are evil fey creatures resembling dirty, ugly, unkept gnomes.
They have dull yellow skin and greasy reddish­brown disheveled hair which
is often grown to ridiculous proportions. Their filthy mustaches, sideburns
and ponytails are almost as offensive as their odor, a nauseating smell of
slightly rancid flesh.


Quicklings are evil brownie like fey creatures that were changed and
twisted by dark magic. They are small, slender and extremely
fast­moving which are hateful and cruel. Quicklings enjoy causing
confusion and chaos among intelligent creatures often stealing or
murdering them for pleasure. Quicklings dwell in dark woodlands and
wild areas which are tainted with evil. They will occasionally work
together with other evil creatures serving as scouts and thieves

And More...

by Josiah Pisciotta

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Jody J June 09, 2016 6:52 pm UTC
This product has been added to the DMs Guild Creature Index.
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Josiah P January 14, 2016 9:05 pm UTC
If there are other monster you would like to see post in the comments and I will try to add some of them.
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DD O January 14, 2016 11:35 pm UTC
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Jeremy F January 15, 2016 3:51 am UTC
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Josiah P January 20, 2016 10:21 am UTC
It has been updated with the Quickling:
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