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The Carceri Bestiary

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A guide to 20 creatures you might meet in the Prison-Plane of Carceri, all illustrated and ready to be added to your game. 3 are classic D&D creatures (the Gehreleths/Demodands) reimagined for 5th edition, while the rest are original creations. They range in Challenge Rating from the Furcipher, a CR1 familiar granted to some who serve Carceri, up to the mighty CR18 Shator, who can summon lesser Gehreleths in the midst of battle- although this being intended for planar encounters, most of the creatures herein are for 2nd tier parties to face.

In addition to the Insidious Gehreleths, you'll meet their servitors the Abhoroths and the Elevatus as well as creatures known as Primacae, entities who do the Gehreleths' bidding in the material realms.

A brief overview of the Prison-plane is included, as well 5 varieties of NPC one might encounter in the course of confronting the schemes of the Gehreleths.

 
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November 12th, 2018
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September 28th, 2018
Firstly, this supplement contains imaginative monsters that are guaranteed to produce shock and awe at the table. Secondly, it is well balanced, a bit lethal, and quite thematic and flavorful. Thirdly, this bestiary is further enhanced by excellent art [...]
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September 26th, 2018
Really creative monsters that will give chills to your players. The mechanics are really balanced and the art included is unique. The shackle Hag is one of my favourites! [...]
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