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Monster Manual Expanded II (Fantasy Grounds)

Monster Manual Expanded II (Fantasy Grounds)

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This is a module for the Fantasy Grounds VTT. If you are looking for the PDF - click here.

Monster Manual Expanded II is the sequel to the best selling Monster Manual Expanded.  Just like the first book, this aims to provide Dungeon Masters more options and flexibility in designing adventures and dressing up their dungeons with a wider variety of creatures and characters that are based on the Monster Manual, Volo's Guide to Monsters, Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes, and many others.  Finally, it also adds variants that provide a nostalgic and classic feel that DMs experienced with the older editions are probably familiar with.

In total, there are 394 creature stat blocks in this book at the Dungeon Master's disposal!  

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KYLE T January 26, 2020 12:43 am UTC
Minor thing I noticed. The artwork/token for Aspect of Lolth doesn't match the description of the creature. The token and image are of a scary stern drow priestess. It's really great art. But the description for the Aspect of Lolth says that it "...always appears as that of Lolth's drider-form or that of a horrid-looking huge spider with Lolth's strikingly beautiful head." The stat block matches the drider/spiderlady.
Love the monsters. Keep 'em coming!
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Rob T January 26, 2020 9:02 am UTC

I appreciate the comment, but that is the artwork on the same page with Aspect of Lolth, so as a conversion specialist and not an editor (or the original creator) my information tells me THAT's the picture. I see what you mean by the description, but that would be something to take up with the author of the PDF. I can't change his creation.
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KYLE T January 28, 2020 3:25 am UTC
Yeah, that's what I thought. Just figured I would mention it in case it was crosslinked art or somesuch. Thanks. Loving it!
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