D&D 5E Full List of Monsters in Mordenkainen Presents Monsters of the Multiverse

Mordenkainen Presents Monsters of the Multiverse contains revamped stat blocks for 260 monsters previously published in previous Dungeons & Dragons 5E books. The list was compiled by YouTuber Bob Worldbuilder based on some blurry screenshots originally shared by Nerd Immersion (see the video below). I have transcribed it here for convenience.

  • Abishai (Black, Blue, Green, Red, White)
  • Alhoon
  • Alkilith
  • Allip
  • Amnizu
  • Annis Hag
  • Archdruid
  • Archer
  • Armanite
  • Astral Deadnought
  • Babau
  • Bael
  • Balhannoth
  • Banderhobb
  • Baphomet
  • Bard
  • Barghest
  • Berbalang
  • Bheur Hag
  • Blackguard
  • Bodak
  • Boggle
  • Boneclaw
  • Bulezau
  • Cadaver Collector
  • Canoloth
  • Catoblepas
  • Cattle (Aurochs, Ox, Stench Kow, Deep Rothe)
  • Cave Fisher
  • Champion
  • Chitine
  • Choker
  • Choldrith
  • Clockwork (Bronze Scout, Iron Cobra, Oaken Bolter, Stone Defender)
  • Cloud Giant Smiling One
  • Corpse Flower
  • Cranium Rat, Swarm of Cranium Rat
  • Darkling, Darkling Elder
  • Death Kiss
  • Deathlock, Deathlock Mastermind, Deathlock Wight
  • Deep Scion
  • Demogorgon
  • Derro, Derro Savant
  • Devourer
  • Dhergoloth
  • Dinosaurs (Brontosaurus, Deinonychus, Dimetrodon, Hadrosaurus, Quetzalcoatlus, Stegosaurus, Velociraptor)
  • Dolphin, Dolphin Delighter
  • Draegloth
  • Drow (Arachnomancer, Favored Consort, House Captain, Inquisitor, Matron Mother, Shadowblade)
  • Duergar (Despot, Kavalrachni, Mind Master, Soulblade, Stone Guard, Warlord, Xarrorn, Hammerer, Screamer)
  • Dybbuk
  • Eidolon
  • Eladrin (Autumn, Spring, Summer, Winter)
  • Elder Brain
  • Elder Tempest
  • Elemental Myrmidon (Air, Earth, Fire, Water)
  • Fire Giant Dreadnought
  • Firenewt (Warrior, Warlock of Imix)
  • Flail Snail
  • Flind
  • Fraz-Urb'luu
  • Froghemoth
  • Frost Giant Everlasting One
  • Frost Salamander
  • Gauth
  • Gazer
  • Geryon
  • Giant Strider
  • Giff
  • Girallon
  • Githyanki (Gish, Kith'rak, Supreme Commander, Anarch, Enlightened)
  • Gnoll (Flesh Gnawer, Hunter, Witherling)
  • Gray Render
  • Grazz't
  • Grung (Elite Warrior, Wildling)
  • Guard Drake
  • Hellfire Engine
  • Hobgoblin (Devastator, Iron Shadow)
  • Howler
  • Hutijin
  • Hydroloth
  • Juiblex
  • Ki-Rin
  • Kobold (Dragonshield, Inventor, Scale Sorcerer)
  • Korred
  • Kraken Priest
  • Kruthik (Hive Lord, Adult, Young)
  • Leucrotta
  • Leviathan
  • Martial Arts Adept
  • Marut
  • Master Thief
  • Maurezhi
  • Maw Demon
  • Meazel
  • Meenlock
  • Merregon
  • Merrenoloth
  • Mindwitness
  • Moloch
  • Molydeus
  • Morkoth
  • Mouth of Grolantor
  • Nabassu
  • Nagpa
  • Narzugon
  • Neogi, Neogi Hatchling, Neogi Master
  • Neothelid
  • Nightwalker
  • Nilbog
  • Nupperibo
  • Oblex (Spawn, Adult, Elder)
  • Ogre (Battering Ram, Bolt Launcher, Chain Brute, Howdah)
  • Oinoloth
  • Orcus
  • Orthon
  • Phoenix
  • Quickling
  • Redcap
  • Retriever
  • Rutterkin
  • Sea Spawn
  • Shadar Kai (Gloom Weaver, Shadow Dancer, Soul Monger)
  • Shadow Mastiff, Shadow Mastiff Alpha
  • Shoosuva
  • Sibriex
  • Skulk
  • Skull Lord
  • Slithering Tracker
  • Shadowsworn (The Angry, The Hungry, The Lonely, The Lost, The Wretched)
  • Spawn of Kyuss
  • Star Spawn (Grue, Hulk, Lava Mage, Mangler, Seer)
  • Steeder (Female, Male)
  • Steel Predator
  • Stone Cursed
  • Stone Giant Dreamwalker
  • Storm Giant Quintessent
  • Swarm of Rot Grubs
  • Swachbuckler
  • Sword Wraith (Commander, Warrior)
  • Tanarukk
  • Titivilus
  • Tlincalli
  • Tortle
  • Turtle Druid
  • Trapper
  • Troll (Dire, Rot, Spirit, Venom)
  • Ulitharid
  • Vampiric Mist
  • Vargouille
  • Vegepygmy, Vegepygmy Chief, Vegepygmy Thorny
  • War Priest
  • Warlock (of the Archfey, Fiend, Great Old One)
  • Warlord
  • Wastrilith
  • Wizard (Apprentice, Abjurer, Conjurer, Diviner, Enchanter, Evoker, Illusionist, Necromancer, Transmuter)
  • Wood Woad
  • Xvart, Xvart Warlock of Raxivort
  • Yagnoloth
  • Yeenoghu
  • Yeah Hound
  • Yuan-ti (Anathema, Broodguard, Mind Whisperer, Nightmare Speaker, Pit Master)
  • Zaratan
  • Zariel
  • Zuggtmoy
 
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Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey

ChaosOS

Legend
So I guess it will be more like a Bestiary #2? Tasha is PHB#2 and Xanathar DMG#2 ?
MM4.
XGTE is PHB2, TCOE is PHB3. Yes, there's some DM-facing stuff, but most of the bonus rules content is stuff that could've been printed in the combat and adventuring chapters of the PHB.
VGTM and MTOF are MM2/MM3, as the racial entries are pretty incidental and not a new strategy - most monster manuals of past editions had playable race versions of the new critters.
 

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teitan

Legend
MM4.
XGTE is PHB2, TCOE is PHB3. Yes, there's some DM-facing stuff, but most of the bonus rules content is stuff that could've been printed in the combat and adventuring chapters of the PHB.
VGTM and MTOF are MM2/MM3, as the racial entries are pretty incidental and not a new strategy - most monster manuals of past editions had playable race versions of the new critters.
They did? I seem to recall that started in 4e but I could be wrong. Genuinely curious now, I know 3.0 didn't have that as the idea of playable monster races came with the FRCS and ECL and Savage Species but I don't recall the 3.5 era MMs having playable monster races in them but I could have overlooked it. I know Pathfinder did it though but it has/had some very different rules for higher powered races.
 

Parmandur

Book-Friend
MM4.
XGTE is PHB2, TCOE is PHB3. Yes, there's some DM-facing stuff, but most of the bonus rules content is stuff that could've been printed in the combat and adventuring chapters of the PHB.
VGTM and MTOF are MM2/MM3, as the racial entries are pretty incidental and not a new strategy - most monster manuals of past editions had playable race versions of the new critters.
Fizban's is MM4, this is MM 2.5
 



JEB

Legend
Genuinely curious now, I know 3.0 didn't have that as the idea of playable monster races came with the FRCS and ECL and Savage Species but I don't recall the 3.5 era MMs having playable monster races in them but I could have overlooked it.
Yep, the 3.5 Monster Manual has a number of monsters as PC options, which also found their way into the 3.5 SRD. Monster Manual III, IV, and V also have some monsters as PC options.
 

teitan

Legend
Yep, the 3.5 Monster Manual has a number of monsters as PC options, which also found their way into the 3.5 SRD. Monster Manual III, IV, and V also have some monsters as PC options.
Thank you, I didn't get any Monster Manuals after the third one I think it was so I wasn't 100%. Now I am more curious LOL. That Fiend Folio was lit though. God I loved 3e and am still sad I got so burned out on it in 2007.
 

Honestly with all the new statblocks updated I care far more about getting updated monster cards rather than books. Those things are a godsend when running a fight with multiple monsters and until I get the new statblocks in that form I'm significantly less likely to them.
 







Mercador

Explorer
No. More like it's people being addicted to WotC's money-schemes and repurchasing all of those as a 5.5e WotC's never going to learn to leave things alone if people keep throwing money at them cause they're attracted to shiny art.
That's unfortunately my case, I feel ashamed. At least, I don't have Tasha neither Xanathar so this boxset make sense. But does I need it? No, not really, it's just a gift to myself.
 

occam

Explorer
You can have your dolphins, I'm excited to have the Yeah Hound back in the game! That brings back fond memories playing 1e... I may have been a valley elf fighter stuck at 5th level, but with my trusty Yeah Hound at my side, backing up everything I said, I felt like 7th level, at least.
 

the Jester

Legend
They did? I seem to recall that started in 4e but I could be wrong. Genuinely curious now, I know 3.0 didn't have that as the idea of playable monster races came with the FRCS and ECL and Savage Species but I don't recall the 3.5 era MMs having playable monster races in them but I could have overlooked it. I know Pathfinder did it though but it has/had some very different rules for higher powered races.
As far as D&D goes, I believe only 3.5e had player race info in the monster books.
 

You can have your dolphins, I'm excited to have the Yeah Hound back in the game! That brings back fond memories playing 1e... I may have been a valley elf fighter stuck at 5th level, but with my trusty Yeah Hound at my side, backing up everything I said, I felt like 7th level, at least.
It must be Yeth Hounds, and not their excitable cousins the Yeah Hound.
 

Li Shenron

Legend
The part I am interested in is the fact that the stat blocks are new. Like I saw changes to the Duergar Despot that looked interesting.

Here is the old Despot with the new one from the video.

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The Changes here are interesting enough that I want to see them for all the monsters.
Which changes?

The no-OA movement is an interesting addition, but the removal of 2 out of 3 spells is simplifying a monster in an edition which since the start has been criticized for having too simple monsters.
 

Which changes?

The no-OA movement is an interesting addition, but the removal of 2 out of 3 spells is simplifying a monster in an edition which since the start has been criticized for having too simple monsters.
It does not really need Counterspell and Misty Step. The Extra Movement between attacks is interesting. It makes the monster more dynamic.
 

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