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25 New Monsters for D&D 5e

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This supplement has 25 new monsters of all types available for a wide array of adventures. There are plants, undead, monstrosities, and celestials. And probably the most interesting part are seven fey creatures that each represent one of the seven deadly sins! Think of the adventures you could base off of these monsters! 

Each Monster has a brief background and all the stats necessary to work into your one-shots or campaigns. Please leave a review and rating as it helps to promote my writing. And be sure to check out my other content available on!

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Rebecca W October 30, 2019 1:42 pm UTC
I'll leave my review here since I cannot yet put it under reviews. These creatures are creative, distinct from a lot of what is currently available, of wide-ranging power level (from what I would guess is a CR 2-3 variant of a Giant Spider to an Ethereal Dragon that rivals the Tarrasque in power level while being an entirely different combat scenario from it, at least at first glance).

There should definitely be some effort to apply CR ratings and Hit Dice here. Even if the CR ratings are just rough estimates (I mean, what else is CR but a rough estimate?). Some of these monsters seem deceptively powerful. Hit Dice are *absolutely needed* because some abilities (e.g. Circle of the Shepherd's summoning boost) mechanically depend on the number of hit dice a creature has.

That said, they're all interesting creatures. And as a free resource? Yes please.
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Justin G October 30, 2019 1:46 pm UTC
Thank you so much for the comment. I especially appreciate your comment about hit dice because I hadn't taken certain class/subclass abilities into perspective like that. To me, hit dice was always just giving the DM the opportunity to change a monster's hit point amount. I'm going to be working on CR and Hit Dice, please bear with me. I'll keep it as a Pay What You Want supplement until then.
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Justin G October 30, 2019 1:41 pm UTC
I appreciate all the comments and concerns you've all left! Some of the style choices, I probably won't change, but I will take that into account going forward. As for the CR and the Hit Dice, it will take me awhile to update, but I will work on this. I don't personally use CR ratings and feel they are rather arbitrary, but since I'm clearly in the minority with that, I will begin working on it. Bear with me for now.
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Ken C October 30, 2019 12:02 am UTC
As it won't recognize my 'Purchaser' level yet (Typical guild stuff around), I'll add my comments here:

I loved the work put into this and can see myself using some of these in my games.

Note the following (in no particular order of importance):

* Please add the CR ratings as this helps DM's in their judgment of what fits within their games.
* Please add the HD ... a must in determining what the creature's maximum hit points if the DM chooses to go that route ... also helps in those of us that wish to determine if your math is correct for the averages you've given.
* I love the use of art for each creature, even if, as some have noted, some of them are other recognized creatures from other publications. The fact that you tried is a credit to you! My only concern is that they do not appear in the same consistent location within the stat block each time (this is off-putting to the eye, leading to an annoying read). Placing each consistently under the size and alignment...See more
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jaimie D October 29, 2019 8:16 pm UTC
The creatures have no CR listed . They also need HD listed next to their HP . The pics are a little confusing as well as they are often from other DND monsters . Neat ideas though .
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Justin M. C October 29, 2019 10:39 pm UTC
I second this. I like the feel of the creatures, but really they should have HD breakdown and CRs. I did see on your cover page you put "No CRs", but you can edit this and add them. Please do.
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Justin G October 30, 2019 1:44 pm UTC
I figured that some of the artwork was probably used in other editions. I used free and copyright free content available on DMsGuild for all the artwork so I didn't have to commission each piece. And I've always felt that having a visual representation of the monster is best so you can better describe it to your players. That being said, thank you so much for the comment and I will take this into account going forward. As for the CR ratings, please bear with me as I work on this.
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