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  1. Casimir Liber

    Converting Monsters from White Dwarf Magazine

    Okay - have changed from pseudopod to short-ranged psychic spell-like blast. Am persuaded by yr arguments. orignal description has number appearing 1-3, which suggests they are more solo operators in general. So musing on how to word their psychology on this but need to go to work now. Am...
  2. Casimir Liber

    Converting Monsters from White Dwarf Magazine

    living iron statue has 18 CON, Iron cobra has 14... why does the 18 hp (4d4+8), Con 14 (+2) one appeal to you the most? Honest question and happy to be swayed by answer/reasoning.
  3. Casimir Liber

    Converting Monsters from White Dwarf Magazine

    Ok - did most - you're right, I lifted ooze template.Made it an aberration as it suited it as alien mind cotroller more than ooze - and liquid metal went more with that (could argue either way I guess). I made it resistant to fire and cold as it is a metal - so figured it would bemore resistant...
  4. Casimir Liber

    Converting Monsters from White Dwarf Magazine

    Right - yes love the sprucing up of the enslaver- otherwise it is just pretty inert. I realise Roger E. Moore must have got some inspiration from Heinlein, given the nickname and form etc. Your changes make it a little more faithful to Heinlein and alot more interesting. Have added some biology...
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    Converting Monsters from White Dwarf Magazine

    Agree about micemen being least interesting, and micemites being best name - mites have been introduced in the Fiendish Folio charity pack with a new background. My main impetus for converting the Enslaver was that I was updating the module (Embertrees) and I couldn't find any other monster to...
  6. Casimir Liber

    Converting Monsters from White Dwarf Magazine

    I guess the other problem is that to date, brownies have yet to enter 5e....
  7. Casimir Liber

    Converting Monsters from White Dwarf Magazine

    I like this. this monster is getting quite complex/detailed..almost warrants a scenario...heh we could continue doing all the One-Eye Canyon monsters from that Fiend Factory :LOL: It also had Chthon (evil mineral intellect), Enslaver (did this one but might need some fine tuning), Micemen (not...
  8. Casimir Liber

    Converting First Edition Monsters

    ok fixed them - agree with INT 1 as per Giant Scorpion and aligned all the skills/bonues. was worried I couldn't fix once published but seems I can overwrite easily, so have done.
  9. Casimir Liber

    Converting Monsters from White Dwarf Magazine

    Heh...umm....not sure what to say here....keep us posted on what you decide I guess...I have no hugely strong opinions
  10. Casimir Liber

    Converting First Edition Monsters

    Umm - you may as well (also good incase DnDbeyond disappears in a puff of smoke...) - we'd both be just pasting text and if you do it you can instantly fix formatting etc. I'd be happy for you to index them..ummmm...you know the layout of this place much better than I do
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    Converting First Edition Monsters

    ok great now published - thx for all the input flyweight giant rhagodessa
  12. Casimir Liber

    Cleon Specials – Prehistoric Beasts!

    Right then, what about one from the carboniferous.....a Giant Trigonotarbid! (like a spiny spider that can do some reactions with its spines...trying to incorporate a shield rush type reaction....
  13. Casimir Liber

    Converting First Edition Monsters

    If no more suggestions - all good btw as I have a problem with lack of finer eye to detail so works well - I will publish on dndbeyond
  14. Casimir Liber

    Converting First Edition Monsters

    Right then, all good points and adopted - went with 50ft, gave them all a bit of perception as they are active predators, and used 'rhagodessa' as 'medium' is lame... I dropped damage of bite by giant solifugid by 1 rather than increase its str
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    Converting First Edition Monsters

    okay smallest I called "flyweight" - small but feisty
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