Wednesday, March 31, 2010


The Chthonites are secluded lizard men who live in deep jungles upon an isolated Indonesian island. They are extremely wary of outsiders (bordering on xenophobic,) as their few attempts at contact with human civilizations inevitably lead to violence. They possess an agrarian, aboriginal culture, with emphasis on family ties and a long oral history.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010


The Makara is an aquatic animal represented in Hindu Mythology, usually envisioned as a fish with an Elephant's head. The creature is often depicted as a mount for various Hindu deities. Theories of the creature's origin suggest it may be a misrepresentation of a type of seal, dolphin, crocodile, or an as of yet undiscovered species.

Monday, March 29, 2010


Fungaloids are essentially giant walking puffballs. They begin life as part of a colony organism (called "the Mass,") inside of a deep underground cavern. When a Fungaloid matures it breaks free from the mass and develops tendrils for walking or handling objects. Each Fungaloid is bred for a specific job, such as digging new tunnels, defending the warren, farming lichens and other fungus for substance, or gathering rotting organic matter for the Mass to feed upon. Fungaloids do not posses a sense of individual self like other sentient creatures do. At the end of each cycle young Fungaloids rejoin the Mass to rest and dream. Although Fungaloids are generally non-violent when not threatened, prolonged separation from the Mass will cause a Fungaloid to act erratically, growing more and more violent until it finally breaks down into a psychotic episode. Despite this limitation, there are older Fungaloids who travel extensively, and only feel the need to return home once every few decades.

Sunday, March 28, 2010


A FigglyWigg is a strange crossbreed of snail, goblin, pigeon, and pig. Originally bred as a biological alternative to waste disposal, they have also become quite popular for their meat. The wings are small and vestigial, giving rise to the phrase "When FigglyWiggs fly."

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Gamaliel, the obscene ones

The Gamaliel are in Kabbalistic tradition the loathsome bull-men, "linked together," symbolic of pollution and corruption, subservient to Lilith.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Bronze Hellion

Bronze Hellions are large, reptilian hunters spread throughout Hell's higher planes. They are often domesticated by more powerful devils, and used akin to demonic attack dogs.

Thursday, March 25, 2010


A monster evolved from a Cherry pie, although there have been instances of Octopies spawning from Apple or Pecan. Do not leave him to cool on your windowsill.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Witch Totem

Witch Totems begin as large wooden idols, carved to represent various nature spirits. After the Shaman completes his ritual the depicted spirit enters the totem for a short period of time. Witch totems do not feel heat or cold, hunger or pain, but are vulnerable to fire and bladed implements (as they're made of wood.) Witch Totems are usually invoked to protect one's village from invaders, but will also perform less altruistic instructions.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


The Ceretilla is a six legged lizard with four eyes and a wide mouth. The abnormal number of legs allows the creature to maintain stability amongst the branches in the high jungle canopy it calls home.

Monday, March 22, 2010


A bizarre mutation resulting from one misguided scientist's attempt at cooking a baked potato in the CERN Hadron Collider, the Octospud quickly escaped into the French countryside. Sightings have been sporadic, besides a few reports of cattle mutilations.

Not to be confused with the PotatoPus.

Sunday, March 21, 2010


A Tsukumogami spawned from a Lollipop. He does not like it when people bite into him, or leave him half eaten in the wrapper.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Bone Totem

Bone Totems are demonic creations, made from the leftover bits and pieces of unfortunate souls and unlucky demons. As such they can come in any number of shapes and sizes. They are generally little more than animated piles of bones, but are capable of following detailed instructions and making decisions when needed. They are generally used as guards, soldiers, or lackeys.

Friday, March 19, 2010


Check SpellingGroblins are mutated space goblins from another planet. Thousands of years ago, one enterprising goblin used dark science and arcane magics to construct a vehicle capable of space travel. He soon departed with several dozen of his kinsfolk, and was never heard from again...

A thousand years later, the same derelict spaceship crashed into the Earth. The ship itself had been reconstructed and added to almost to the point where it was unrecognizable. So too were it's inhabitants - the vile creatures subjected to a thousand years of inbreeding, crossbreeding with alien species, and mutation from cosmic rays. The Groblin horde (now numbering several thousand) used their advanced technology to immediately subjugate several different goblin tribes in the immediate area and set up an dystopian city state. They see themselves as superior to normal terrestrial goblins, and have visions of forming a vast interstellar empire.

Thursday, March 18, 2010


Leprechauns are sprites or fairy folk who originated in Ireland. They are described as little old men, three feet tall, wearing suits of red or green, with a cheery disposition. The Leprechaun hides a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, and if captured will grant three wishes - most of which will usually backfire in some way.

In modern times the image of the Leprechaun has been adapted into everything from a cereal mascot to a series of horror movies.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Beelzebub, Lord of the Flies

Beelzebub is the crown prince of Hell. Originally a Semetic Pagan God in his own right, he eventually became associated as the second in command in Hell, leader of the Order of the Fly, subordinate only to Lucifer himself. Beelzebul claims to cause destruction through tyrants, to cause demons to be worshipped among men, to excite priests to lust, to cause jealousies in cities and murders, and to bring on war.

Monday, March 15, 2010


The SkuttleWurm is a mutated offshoot of a Pompeii deep sea worm (Alvinella pompejana.) In the late 1960's, large amounts of nuclear pollution was dumped into several deep sea trenches. The pollution mixed in with the heat and organic stew normally found in an deep sea vent environment. The resulting mutation is a 5-foot long mobile walking deep sea worm which is able to hunt on land for extensive periods of time.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Foot Zombie

An animated construct created from the severed foot of an executed murderer. Foot Zombies are valued for their small size and disposable nature. They are generally used as spies, assassins, and saboteurs. Like ordinary zombies, their bite can turn a victim in a number of hours.

Saturday, March 13, 2010


The Fishwalker is a prototype creature created by the Genosoft corporation, in an attempt to create am alternative land based fish source due to massive overfishing. The creatures tested well but had the tendency to cannibalize each other in massive feeding frenzies. The decision was made to pull the project as the cost of feeding and maintaining the fishwalkers outpaced the project profit from meat sales. Fishwalkers exist now solely as creatures sold in a very small (but profitable) designer pet market.

Friday, March 12, 2010


The Oculaphemes are a race of gigantic single eyed monopeds which exist in a different dimension. Their bizarre appearance is due to the fact that our limited human minds are unable to fully comprehend the creature in it's entirety. They are able to easily peer into ours and other similar planes, and often do so merely for entertainment purposes. Their home dimension contains one of the most prestigious universities in the multiverse, where beings from every dimension compete vigorously to attend.

Thursday, March 11, 2010


A SkullWalker is a construct made from a demon's skull, coupled with various pieces of bone, exoskeletons, and the like. After the materials are arranged and the proper rituals performed, the SkullWalker will remain in service of the one who created it for one hundred and one years. Such constructs are usually employed for spying purposes, or to guard specific treasures.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Land Whale

Large cumbersome beasts, Land Whales lack the graceful beauty of their ocean dwelling contemporaries. Land Whales drag themselves along the ground with their forelimbs. As young they are surprisingly quick and agile, but as they grow older they become less mobile. Eventually the Land Whales own size leaves it slow moving and vulnerable to predators.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010


A Bunyip is a large ogre-like figure from Australian aboriginal folklore. Bunyips make their homes in waterholes, bogs, or swamps, and prey upon those who get too close. There seems to be no clear description of the creature, with come accounts describing a sleek, panther-like water cat, while others add any number of claws, fangs, ears, horns, beaks, or bills. It usually kills it's prey by hugging and crushing them to death.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Cadborosaurus Willsi

The Cadborosaurus Willsi is the name of a sea serpent which has been spotted many times off the Pacific coast of the northwestern coast of North America. The creature is named after the Cadboro bay in British Columbia. The monster is described as very long, with several humps or coils, a horse-shaped head, flippers, and a fan-like tail.

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Bloody Bones

Bloody Bones is a nightmarish bogeyman like creature, which preys on naughty little children. He takes the form of a bent, freakish man without skin. In tales spun in the southern United States, the spirit of Bloody Bones can be summoned to take revenge on one's enemies. Also known as Tommy Rawhide and Rawhead Rex.

Saturday, March 6, 2010


A Scrolunmite is an artificial being, similar to a golem or homunculus. They are created from a vile mixture of flesh and insect venom, then animated by dark powers. The resulting creature is very large and strong, and will obey it's master's will to a point. However the longer the creature is allowed to exist, the more independent it will become.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Big Eyes the ChemeMoll

Big Eyes is one of the few ChemeMolls left. Like all of his kind, his large eyes allow him to see clearly in the dark jungle cover they call home. His was never a truly aggressive species. Over thousands of years as primates rose to dominance, the ChemeMoll tribe moved further and further inland, until all that was left of them was legend. They now number fewer than a thousand, and keep their hidden city a closely guarded secret.

A few of the younger ChemeMolls such as Big Eyes believe in making contact with the outside world, but so far have limited their activities to harmlessly observing human settlements.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Waste Hunter

Waste Hunters are dog-sized reptilian predators which roam the desert sands. Like wolves they tend to hunt in packs, and are highly loyal to each other. The creature's unique body and leg design allows it to reach incredible speeds in short bursts. There are several different breeds of Waste Hunter which can be distinguished by skin color, marking, weight, and other factors.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010


The Brachyurlon are multi-limbed, multi-eyed, bipedal sea dwellers. They make their homes in shallow caves in the continental shelf along the American West Coast, enjoying the pleasant weather and abundant fish. They are known to come up on the beach from time to time to search for oysters, kelp, and to buy ice cream. The Brachyurlon are extremely friendly (some would say, annoyingly so) and generally have a very positive outlook on life.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Vampire Slug

Large bloodsucking slugs found in eastern European swamps. Unlike similarly named animals which merely drink blood (such as Vampire Bats,) in this case the name is a little more accurate. This is a population of slugs which have actually been infected with vampirism. Several thousand years ago it is believed a vampire found himself isolated in a swamp, and was forced to spend the daylight hours buried in mud. During this time several slugs fed off his body and became infected. Over the years the infection spread to many of the other slugs in the area. Some of the older slugs even have developed "Vampire" powers like their human counterparts.

Monday, March 1, 2010


The Wendigo is a creature from Native American myth, about a curse which overtakes someone who resorts to cannibalism. The afflicted person is transformed into a large, hairy, and powerful monster which is fast enough that it will remain behind someone no matter how quickly they turn around.