#RPG – A Month of Monsters – Dominar’s Gaze

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This piece depicts a deformed woman, covered in a mass of eyes.

Some spies do their deeds in the shadows, hidden completely from sight. Disguises of all kinds, magical and mundane, let them do their work. Others ‘hide’ in plain sight, relying on people’s horror, disgust, and even compassion to complete their work – some without even knowing that is what they are doing. Dark magic can twist people into grotesque puppets, and certain inheritors of the magic of the Tyrant Orb delight in making ‘improvements’ to their victims.

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#RPG – A Month of Monsters – Doppelganger Perfectionist

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This piece depicts a grey alien, or perhaps something else.

Doppelganger perfectionists seek a deeper, more perfect understanding of the people and things that they imitate. Their replication of other people and creatures goes deeper and allows them to replicate them more perfectly – even to the point of recreating supernatural abilities. Of course, gaining this specialist knowledge requires getting under the skin of their subjects – literally.

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#RPG – A Month of Monsters – The God Monster

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This piece depicts a gigantic dinosaur.

The God Monster is one of a handful of seemingly immortal gigantic beasts from the unknown depths of prehistory. More a force of nature than anything else, the God Monster is mostly concerned with fighting and defeating other gigantic beasts and only attacks (on purpose) if it is attacked itself.

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#RPG – A Month of Monsters – Dragons of Glass & Steel

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This piece depicts a dragon in a modern setting.

Dragons of Steel have adapted themselves to modern, futuristic or planar settings of technology and machinery by exposing the eggs of metallic dragons to electricity and unusual materials to coax them into developing in a different way. Steel dragons eschew magic but have an abiding fascination for technology and devices. For their hoards they gather technological items and rare materials, rather than things with – necessarily – an innate value

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#RPG – A Month of Monsters – The Byakhee

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This piece depicts a Lovecraftian Byakhee.

Out of the unimaginable blackness beyond the gangrenous glare of that cold flame, out of the Tartarean leagues through which that oily river rolled uncanny, unheard, and unsuspected, there flopped rhythmically a horde of tame, trained, hybrid winged things that no sound eye could ever wholly grasp, or sound brain ever wholly remember. They were not altogether crows, nor moles, nor buzzards, nor ants, nor vampire bats, nor decomposed human beings, but something I cannot and must not recall. They flopped limply along, half with their webbed feet and half with their membranous wings; and as they reached the throng of celebrants the cowled figures seized and mounted them, and rode off one by one along the reaches of that unlighted river, into pits and galleries of panic where poison springs feed frightful and undiscoverable cataracts.

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#RPG – A Month of Monsters – Goblin Champion

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This piece depicts the hideous visage of a troll, ogre, or goblinoid.

Goblin champions are chosen from amongst the most tenacious and largest of their fighters. They’re bred for greater size, strength and fed the best of the food to bulk them up, until they’re able to stand toe-to-toe with humans and other interlopers. Goblin champions have more to fight for than most, and stand to lose the most. Their bulk and relative size also make them useful draws for enemy attacks, while their smaller brethren can move in from the flanks or establish a new ambush point.

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#RPG – A Month of Monsters – Alrithotep

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This piece depicts stumbling mummy, reaching out in anger.

Alrithohtep was ‘the shadow pharaoh’ of the Kingdom of Sand. Now known as The Faceless King. He was a bloody tyrant who replaced the worship of the Sun with worship of the Moon. He slaughtered most of the priesthood, oppressed the peasantry and enslaved many thousands, who toiled on his memorials. After his death – by assassination – his face was struck from his monuments and his statues were torn down.

His corpse was denied preservation or enchantment, given only the most basic of wrappings and sealed in a fortress tomb so that his followers could not recover him.

While his body rotted away, his wicked essence was preserved in his wraps and now they move from host to host, stealing away their life and gathering followers to preserve and repair his burial site – ready to emerge as a host to re-take the kingdom.

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