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The Death Dog first appeared in the Fiend Folio, where it is said they are the decendents of Cerebus, the three-headed dog from Greek myth.

Lizardfolk are primitive reptilian humanoids that lurk in swamps and jungles. Fiercely territorial, they kill when it is expedient and do whatever it takes to survive.

Lizardfolk (or Lizard Men, back in the day) are another of the classical humanoid monster races going back to the earliest days of D&D.

D&D Basic Monsters: Worg

Like the Orc, the Worg is largely based on the work of J.Tolkien, where the Wargs are a breed of intelligent wolf-like creatures in le.

The orc is perhaps the most iconic of all the fantasy humanoid races in D&D, and while they can trace their origins back to old English and Anglo-Saxon sources, the orc as it is known in D&D and other role playing games, definitively take their inspiration from the orcs of J.R.R. Tolkien.  In the D&D Basic bestiary however, they're described as having "stooped postures, piggish faces, and prominent teeth that resemble tusks", so the one depicted here gets to look quite the pig.

The orc is perhaps the most iconic of all the fantasy humanoid races in D&D, and while they can trace their origins back to old English.

D&D Basic Monsters: Satyr

The Satyr (or Faun) are creatures from Greek mytholoh, closey bound to the forest god Pan, who's given his name to the (in)famous pipes.

Monsters, The Beast

The Brown Bear ( Ursus arctos ) is a form of large bear, usually found in temperate and sub-arctic areas. In D&D terms, the Brown Bear ha.

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Monsters, The Beast

Monsters, The Beast

Monsters, The Beast

Monsters, The Beast

D&D Basic Monsters: Cockatrice

The cockatrice is described as a hideous hybrid of a lizard, a bird and a bat. It appears in the original Monster Manual, and is probably.

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