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This first Monstrous Compendiium gives DMs and players pages of new and improved monsters, with all-new illustrations, expanded descriptions, and complete statistical data, all in an easy-to-read, easy to reference format. Players can organize the monsters in this pack, alphabetically, according to when they show up in an adventure, according to monster type, or any other way they see fit. It was published in June About the Module Code. In fact, it wouldn't show up in advertising until mid and its first cover appearance would be on MC Monstrous Compendium Forgotten Realms Appendix !

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The Monstrous Compendium series consisted of a pack of 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages rather than an actual book, designed to be arranged to the player's preference. Volume One of the Monstrous Compendium was packaged in a box, which contained the pack of monster sheets as well as a binder intended to store the sheets for Volumes One, Two, and Three.

The pack consisted of pages, unnumbered, and included a "How To Use This Book" page, with an alphabetical index to Volume One on the back, 4 pages of monster summoning and random encounter charts, and a blank monster sheet to be photocopied, with the remainder consisting of the monster descriptions.

Also included were 8 full-page illustrations on heavier card stock. ISBN Volume Two was packaged in a wraparound cover, and the pages were designed to fit in the binder that came with Volume One of the Monstrous Compendium.

The pack consisted of pages, unnumbered, and included a 2-page alphabetical index to Volume One and Volume Two, 10 pages of monster summoning and random encounter charts, and a blank monster sheet to be photocopied with a sheet of instructions for the blank monster form, with the remainder consisting of the monster descriptions.

ISBN X. The pack consisted of 96 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages, unnumbered, and included a "How To Use This Book" page, a page with alphabetical index, 4 pages of random encounter charts, and 2 pages with the compiled game statistics, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters.

Also included were 4 full-page illustrations on heavier card stock. The pack consisted of 64 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages, unnumbered, and included a "How To Use This Book" page with an alphabetical index, 4 pages of random encounter charts, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters.

The pack consisted of 64 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages, unnumbered, and included a "How To Use This Book" page with an alphabetical index and 4 pages of random encounter charts, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters. The pack consisted of 96 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages, unnumbered, and included a 4-page "How To Use This Book" section with random encounter charts, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters.

The pack consisted of 64 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages, unnumbered, and included a "How To Use This Book" page with an alphabetical index, a one-page index of appropriate monsters for the Al-Qadim setting from other books of the Monstrous Compendium -series, 2 pages of random encounter charts, and a sheet with the compiled game statistics, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters. The Monstrous Manual was printed after the completion of the loose-leaf Monstrous Compendium series, in This book was "created in response to the many requests to gather monsters into a single, durable volume which would be convenient to carry.

The book is pages; pages contain the "How To Use This Book" section, pages contain the monster descriptions, page contains the instructions for the blank monster form and is the blank monster form itself, pages contain various monster summoning tables and randomly generated encounters involving non-player characters, and pages contain an index for the book. The page soft-bound book contains a two pages of explanation about the various entries and a page with a list of monsters from this and other sources by plane , with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters.

The page soft-bound book contains a two-pages content list, a 4-pages "How To Use This Book" section and 5 pages of random encounter charts, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters. It also includes a two pages How to Use This Book section, a revised table for calculating experience points, and two pages of tips on how to use monsters in the game in the section Beyond Random Encounters.

It contains a page with a table of content, a 2-pages "How To Use This Book" section and 3 pages of random encounter charts, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters. Some entries also contain the descriptions of individual members of these monster types. The page soft-bound book contains a two-page "How to use this book" section, two pages of encounter tables for the different planes of the game and a one-page alphabetical for all monsters entries published for the setting, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters.

It also includes a two-page "How to use this book" section, revised rules for calculating experience points and two pages about encounters in Ravenloft.

Appendix I consists of the descriptions of the fictional monsters. Appendix II varies the Monstrous Compendium format to describe individuals of already published monster races and includes a two-page introduction with a list of monsters from other sources suitable for the Ravenloft setting.

It was made freely available by Wizards of the Coast here in two variants, as a rtf-file and a text file, with images presented as separate files. Several characters are misrepresented in these files, they are presented here as given. The monstrous compendium contains a table of contents, an introduction with explanations of the monster statistics and special rules and considerations for the Savage Coast setting. The page soft-bound book contains a two-page "How to use this book" section, ten pages about the fictional principles governing those planes and their ecology, a 3-page appendix about animal-like creatures there, a 3-page index with all second edition monsters suitable for the Planescape setting, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters.

The Birthright product line was suspended in before its completion, so Blood Spawn was later published as an page pdf -file and made freely available here. The supplement focuses mainly on monsters of the Shadow World , the fictional dark twin dimension of the setting's world.

It contains a page with a table of content, a page introduction with explanation of the monster statistics and special rules for the Shadow World , a part with the descriptions of the fictional monsters that also includes tips for their us in a roleplaying campaign, two roleplaying adventures and a 4-page appendix that lists monsters from other sources fitting into the Shadow World.

The Al-Qadim Land of Fate boxed set contains 8 unnumbered 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages in Monstrous Compendium format. The Al-Qadim Golden Voyages boxed set by David "Zeb" Cook contains 4 unnumbered 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages in Monstrous Compendium format, each with a full-page image of the creature described on the back. The Al-Qadim City of Delights boxed set contains 8 unnumbered 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages in Monstrous Compendium format. The Al-Qadim Assassin Mountain boxed set contains 4 unnumbered 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages in Monstrous Compendium format.

The Al-Qadim Secrets of the Lamp boxed set contains 4 unnumbered 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages in Monstrous Compendium format. The Al-Qadim Ruined Kingdoms boxed set by Steven Kurtz contains an 8-page booklet with non-player characters and monsters. The Chronomancer game accessory by Loren Coleman contains 7 pages of monsters living on Temporal Prime , a fictitious dimension that allows time travel.

Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. Categories :. Cancel Save. A form of invisible air elemental that can be summoned by a cleric; it is very strong and usually attacks by strangling an opponent. A snake-like reptilian monster which can move quickly and climb thanks to its dozen legs; it can discharge a stroke of lightning, squeeze opponents with its long body, and swallow creatures whole.

A large orb dominated by a central eye and a large toothy maw, with 10 smaller eyes on tops sprouting from the top of the orb; the large eye negates all magic in its path, and the smaller eyes cause a variety of magical effects including charming opponents, putting creatures to sleep, disintegrating anything in their path, or turning creatures to stone. A worm that inhabits libraries and eats books, it can change its normal gray color to match its surroundings. A 2-foot tall, benign humanoid relative of the halfling that is difficult to surprise, and can blend into its surroundings.

A 7-foot tall, hairy cousin of the goblin , with a nose like that of a bear, which prefer to attack foes by ambush. Carrion crawler. A worm-like cephalopod that scavenges subterranean areas, feeding primarily upon carrion, whose tentacles paralyze creatures. A bizarre creature that inhabits swamps, the large bloodshot eyes of its unusually heavy head emanate a ray that causes other creatures to simply die.

Described are the cheetah, jaguar, leopard, common lion, mountain lion, spotted lion, giant lynx, wild tiger, and smilodon. A large insectoid with characteristics of a spider and lobster, it catches foes with its sticky filament by firing it from a distance.

Centaur , sylvan. A woodland being with the upper half of a human and the lower body of a large powerful horse, it is a sociable tribal creature. A foot long feathered serpent native to jungle regions, of lawful good alignment, with great magical and psionic power. A magical creature resembling a puma with a tentacle growing from each shoulder, it hates all forms of life, and always appears 3 feet from its actual position.

Chaotic good dragons that can breathe a cone of sleep gas or a billowing cloud of fear-causing gas. Described are the draft horse, heavy warhorse, medium warhorse, light warhorse, pony, wild horse, riding horse, and mule.

Described are the normal constrictor, giant constrictor, normal poisonous, giant poisonous, giant sea, and spitting snake. Described are the beaver, cat house , chipmunk, ermine, ferret, fox, gopher, hedgehog, mink, mole, monkey, mouse, muskrat, opossum, otter, tter sea , otter giant , pig domestic , pig wild , rabbit, raccoon, squirrel flying , squirrel giant black , and woodchuck.

Described are the choke creeper, hangman tree, mantrap, strangleweed, giant sundew, and tri-flower frond. Described are the beholder, death kiss, eye of the deep, gauth, spectator, undead beholder, hive mother, director, examiner, lensman, overseer, and watcher. Described are the blood hawk, boobrie, condor, giant eagle, wild eagle, eblis, emre, falcon, flightless bird, large hawk, kingfisher, owl, giant owl, talking owl, raven, huge raven, giant raven, skyfisher, swan, vulture, giant vulture, 'wari.

Described are the cheetah, jaguar, leopard, common lion, mountain lion, spotted lion, giant lynx, wild tiger, smilodon. Described are the ankylosaurus, deinonychus, diplodocus, elasmosaurus, lambeosaurus, pteranodon, stegosaurus, triceratops, and tyrannosaurus. Described are the barracuda, giant carp, giant catfish, dragonfish, electric eel, giant eel, marine eel, weed eel, giant gar, ixitxachitl, lamprey, giant lamprey, land lamprey, manta ray, giant pike, piranha, giant piranha, pungi ray, quipper, giant sea horse, shark, giant shark, and sting ray.

Described are the greater golem stone, iron , lesser golem flesh, clay , bone golem, doll golem, gargoyle golem, glass golem, necrophidus, scarecrow, and stone variants caryatid column, juggernaut, and stone guardian. Described are the draft horse, heavy horse, medium horse, light horse, pony, wild horse, riding horse, and mule.

Described are the giant ant, giant ant lion, aratha, aspis cow, aspis drone, aspis larva, assassin bug, worker bee, soldier bee, bumblebee, cave cricket, giant dragonfly, dragonfly larva, ear seeker, firefriend giant firefly , giant bluebottle fly, giant horsefly, fyrefly, horax, giant hornet, pernicon, gargantuan praying mantis, giant harvester termite king, queen, soldier, worker , giant tick, and giant wasp.

Described are the carnivorous ape, wild baboon, badger, banderlog, bhaergala, wild boar, chattur, cooshee, dakon, debbi, goat, gorilla, hsing-sing, hyena, jackal, losel, monkey spider, osquip, black porcupine, brown porcupine, rothe, skunk, sleek, wild stag, stench kow, taer, tyrg, warthog, weasel, wolverine, minimal mammals, and giant mammals.

Described are the beaver, chipmunk, ermine, ferret, fox, gopher, hedgehog, mink, mole, monkey, mouse, muskrat, opossum, otter, otter sea , otter giant , pig domestic , pig wild , rabbit, raccoon, squirrel flying , squirrel giant black , and woodchuck. Described are the olive slime, olive slime creature, mustard jelly, stunjelly, ochre jelly, gray ooze, crystal ooze, gelatinous cube, green slime, and slithering tracker.

Described are the choke creeper, mantrap, retch plant, snapper-saw, thornslinger, tri-flower frond, yellow musk creeper, and yellow musk zombie. Described are the hangman tree, kelpie, obliviax, quickwood, shambling mound, strangleweed, giant sundew, and thorny. Described are the amphisbaena, boalisk, constrictor snake, giant constrictor snake, heway, poisonous snake normal , giant poisonous snake, giant sea snake, and spitting snake.

Described are the troll, two-headed troll, freshwater troll scrag , saltwater troll marine scrag , desert troll, spectral troll troll wraith , giant troll, ice troll, and spirit troll. Includes the magpie common and giant , piranha bird lesser and greater , and sprackle lesser and greater. Includes the draco lizard, footpad giant , gecko giant , horned chameleon, lava, lizard, rockhome lizard, tuatara giant and xytar.

Includes the great annelid, caecilia, fyrsnaca, desert leviathan, marine leviathan, red worm and slime worm. Includes the air duster , earth crawler , fire flameling and water spitter elemental vermin. Described are the aelder lesser , glassine horror lesser , red greater and Hulean juggernaut greater golem.

Described are the aurochs, bear, bee, dolphin, dragon, eagle, griffon, horse, lion, phoenix, ram, rooster, sea horse, sea lion, stag, black swan, talbot, tyger, unicorn and wyvern heraldic servant. Described are the seelie faerie, the faerie queen and the faerie types the deceiver, the innocent, the helper, the protector and the trickster. Polyp colony with a mass mind, forming vaguely humanoid bodies from coral pieces; described are the coelenite colony and mass colony.

Described are the air duster , earth crawler , fire flameling and water spitter elemental vermin. Humanoid with the head and tail of a crocodile and the ability to assume human form; servants of the evil goddess Ragarra. Described are the lesser and greater seggaran, that has additional magical powers and bat's wings.

Described are the herald serpent, intelligent, good-aligned messengers of serpent lords and the teak serpent, a ft long constrictor snake. Smybiotic creature that looks like a turban and draws hit points while enhancing magical abilites of a spellcaster. Described are the monodrone, duodrone, tridrone, quadron, pentadrone, decaton, nonaton, octon, septon, hexton, quinton, quarton, tertian, secundus, Primus and rogue unit.

Intelligent dogs with the ability to slip between Temporal Prime and other planes. Fierce, intelligent and evil predator that resembles a behir. Highly intelligent being composed of the essence of time and appearing as a sphere of silver light; described are the common, noble and royal time dimensional.

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Monstrous Compendium Volume #1

Monsters created for the 2nd edition were based on mythologies of various cultures, fantasy literature , and original inventions. The pack consisted of 64 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages, unnumbered, providing the descriptions of the fictional monsters. Also included were 4 full-page illustrations on heavier card stock. It contained 64 unnumbered loose leaf pages and 4 pages of illustrations on heavier card stock. Primarily, these are the separate sourcebooks and expansions for the Forgotten Realms, Al-Qadim and other campaign settings produced by TSR. The Forgotten Realms Ruins of Undermountain boxed set included 8 unnumbered 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages of creature descriptions in Monstrous Compendium format.

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The Monstrous Compendium series consisted of a pack of 5-hole punched loose-leaf pages rather than an actual book, designed to be arranged to the player's preference. Volume One of the Monstrous Compendium was packaged in a box, which contained the pack of monster sheets as well as a binder intended to store the sheets for Volumes One, Two, and Three. The pack consisted of pages, unnumbered, and included a "How To Use This Book" page, with an alphabetical index to Volume One on the back, 4 pages of monster summoning and random encounter charts, and a blank monster sheet to be photocopied, with the remainder consisting of the monster descriptions. Also included were 8 full-page illustrations on heavier card stock. ISBN Volume Two was packaged in a wraparound cover, and the pages were designed to fit in the binder that came with Volume One of the Monstrous Compendium. The pack consisted of pages, unnumbered, and included a 2-page alphabetical index to Volume One and Volume Two, 10 pages of monster summoning and random encounter charts, and a blank monster sheet to be photocopied with a sheet of instructions for the blank monster form, with the remainder consisting of the monster descriptions.

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