Mix and match your very own RPG monster with this interactive, illustrated flip book creating fully functional creatures by piecing together heads, torsos, and legs so GMs have exciting new beasts to unleash!
Is your adventure party tired of the same old boring monsters? Instead of filling your next dungeon with zombies, flip through Düngeonmeister: The Random Monster Generator and create something brand-new.
With each page split into three separate sections (head, torso, and legs), this mix-and-match flip book assembles unique creatures with stats to match each of the beast’s body parts. For instance, GMs can create: -A zombie head kobold with spider legs giving you an unstoppable undead monstrosity that will chase your party across walls and ceilings -A monster with a snake head and tentacles for legs making an enemy that’s resistant to piercing damage with a venomous bite -A dragon that’s more than a dragon when you mix in gelatinous body and a giant’s legs, turning your typical fire-breather into an oversized one that’s resistant to bludgeoning and slashing
Fully compatible with 5E, this book is perfect for DMs looking for something functional and fun to help them fill out dungeons and encounters with interesting and challenging enemies.
Jef Aldrich is a professional podcaster from San Diego. Along with Jon Taylor, he has been building a podcast brand outside of the big network channels. Jef started entertaining people as a Sea World tour guide and eventually just started being funny for a living on his own. Jef is the coauthor of Düngeonmeister, The Düngeonmeister Goblin Quest Coloring Book, The Düngeonmeister Cookbook, and Düngeonmeister: The Random Monster Generator. He is also a cocreator and cohost of the System Mastery podcast with Jon where they review and comment on odd classic RPGs, poking fun at obscure stories and systems while taking the game for a spin.
Jon Taylor is a professional podcaster from San Diego. He has a degree in English Literature from UC Santa Cruz. He spent several years as a stand-up comic on the East Coast before moving back to Southern California. Jon is the coauthor of Düngeonmeister, The Düngeonmeister Goblin Quest Coloring Book, The Düngeonmeister Cookbook, Düngeonmeister: The Deck of Many Drinks, and Düngeonmeister: The Random Monster Generator. Jon is also a cocreator and cohost of the System Mastery podcast with Jef Aldrich where they review and comment on odd classic RPGs, poking fun at obscure stories and systems while taking the game for a spin.
Sara Richard is an Eisner and Ringo Award–nominated artist from New Hampshire whose work has been printed in Vanity Fair, British Vogue, and other publications. Her art is inspired by Art Nouveau, Art Deco, funerary imagery, and the natural world. Her creations tend to skew into the macabre and unknown with a balance of sweetness and sentimentality, honoring the Victorian-era theme of Memento Mori. As a native of New Hampshire, Sara grew up surrounded by trees and plenty of wild mushrooms. When not making art or writing, she’s watching horror movies, cleaning forgotten gravestones with her mom, and collecting possibly haunted curiosities from the 19th century. Her online gallery can be found at SaraRichard.com.
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