Master of Mutant Design
These are from A1 or A2 and used as a form of attack dog meant to supplement the guards' defenses.
That's probably why they didn't got wings. However, they are a rather specific Dark Sun threat, so they probably don't correspond well with other settings. Thinking about it, let's unleash them on Council of Dragons!I dunno... late 3.x games can have tons of dragon-like PCs in them, as can 4e with its dragonborn. At about a foot long, size Tiny, it could make a swarm pretty easily.
Not sure... it doesn't sound like anything pun-ish to me, but then again, English is not my first language.Bi-nou? Is that a deliberate pun of some kind?
How do you pronounce it? Imagine that your PC has just been stepped on by a giant robot scorpion. That's what "squch" sounds like.
Little known fact. Trobriand also made amps for Spinal Tap.
Fair enough, that's probably their bets use - in additional to trying to tame one.These are from A1 or A2 and used as a form of attack dog meant to supplement the guards' defenses.
"What do I see?"Not sure... it doesn't sound like anything pun-ish to me, but then again, English is not my first language.
That actually sounds like a great idea. A swarm of horrible beetles has been swarming the dragon's lands, and the pcs need to investigate where they came from and how to stop them.Thinking about it, let's unleash them on Council of Dragons!
It's not mentioned, but it sounds plausible. After all, why should humans be the only ones being able to crossbreed with everything.I wonder if they are hybrids of brownies and killmoulis? The latter are fey found in the 1e Fiend Folio. They work in mills and eat large amounts of grain as their payment.
Fair enough. After all, we still have halflings in D&D, although they are just short peaceful humans.Now that you mention it, I can see the Gollum resemblance.