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Hybrid Creatures

Combining the attributes and features of known creatures is a fun and sometimes terrifying way to mix things up!

Twenty classic D&D creatures could become part of your next hybrid monstrosity!


The way the tables work is to roll three d20 dice. This will give the creature it’s hybrid name and its unique combination of head, torso, and legs.


  • The head, aside from physical appearance, defines the creature’s attitude and alignment. It provides the creature with its mental statistics, magical attacks, as well as the number of attacks the creature will have.
  • The torso gives the creature its physical abilities and attacks as well as body makeup such as height, girth, armour class (AC) and hit points.
  • The legs define the creature’s movement, and the physicality that this requires, such as wings or hooves.


Have fun, and surprise your players with unlikely and exotic creature combos!

Sample 1 - Naming the CreatureSample 2 - Creature AttributesSample 3 - Creature Attributes

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