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Yargon’s Creature Catalog contains 23 creatures that that are designed to fit into any campaign setting of Fifth Edition Dungeons and Dragons.The main purpose is to help add to the toolbox of creatures that a DM can utilize for expanding their encounters.

Yargon’s Creature Catalog has original and variants to the existing creatures we have seen before.

  1. Animated Cloak
  2. Animated Statue (Bronze)
  3. Animated Statue (Iron)
  4. Animated Statue (Stone)
  5. Awaken Vines
  6. Clockwork Zombie
  7. Death Doll
  8. Deathflower
  9. Dyadic Viper
  10. Elemental-Fey (Dustborn)
  11. Elemental-Fey (Frostborn)
  12. Elemental-Fey (Thunderborn)
  13. Living Plague
  14. Quicksilver Ooze
  15. Shird
  16. Skeletons – Bear
  17. Skeletons – Boar
  18. Skeletons – Dire Wolf
  19. Skeletons – War Dog
  20. Tombwalker – Warrior
  21. Tombwalker – Frost Giant
  22. Zombie – Cat
  23. Zombie – Rat
 
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Gage R September 23, 2019 1:33 am UTC
Why is a Bronze statue stronger than an Iron one?
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Walter S September 23, 2019 2:58 am UTC
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My thought was iron may be a bit stronger material, the bronze was a material more widely used as a statue. You do have the option to switch the stats around for your liking.
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