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Drawfee Monsters: The Zoob and The Besniffler


Confuse and amuse your players with two new D&D monsters from the Drawfee channel's Caldwell Tanner, Nathan Yaffe, and Molly Ostertag: the Zoob and the Besniffler!

The Zoob is a confused, six-sided beast that might give you a fish or bite your face, you don't know. The Besniffler looked at a Beholder and asked, "What if but nose?"

Watch the original video below, or go to to support the good drawing progruhm.

Homebrewed by Lucas Zellers at Scintilla Studio. I believe creativity is an ecosystem, and D&D is a garden.


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Version 2 introduced printable miniatures to bring these monsters to your table in three dimensions!
Version 2.1 includes minor copy edits and an updated "More by the Author" section.

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March 4th, 2021
I could not tell you what originally prompted me to grab Drawfee Monsters. I think I liked the name, and I'm always excited to get new, silly monsters for my games. And, honestly, Drawfee Monsters did not disappoint. Drawfee Monsters is a s [...]
April 2nd, 2018
I don't normally review things because I'm not the best with words but I'll try my best by rating each monster individually. The Zoob This is one of the most creative monsters I have ever seen and I love it because I like making [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on April 02, 2018.