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Fey Nightmares

Fey Nightmares


The shadowed corners and dank caves of the Feywild are home to fomorians, hags and other wicked creatures.  Add to the ranks of the unseelie the gluttonous Bauggle, the manic Brightling or the pitiless inevitability of the Wild Huntsman.

This supplement includes statistics and advice for 6 new evil fey monsters that will allow you to explore new kinds of combat challenges and inject different kinds of horror into your game, playing with themes like body horror and serial murder.  These are not the kind seelie of the Bright Lands, but the most cruel fairies to stalk the twilit woods and cold lagoons of the Realm of Fearie.

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Daniel C November 19, 2019 5:30 pm UTC
Hey I would like to use one or two of your creations in a massive redesign I have planned for Hags. Please contact me. If I get no response I will, at minimum give you full credit for the creation of said creatures in my reference pages.
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Jody J June 09, 2016 7:06 pm UTC
This product has been added to the DMs Guild Creature Index.
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Terrance G June 07, 2016 7:36 am UTC
Which edition of D&D is best for this?
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