Thread Game: Change/Add/Subtract a Letter, Ruin a D&D Creature

Like the title says. Change one letter, add one letter, or subtract one letter to ruin a D&D...

Like the title says. Change one letter, add one letter, or subtract one letter to ruin a D&D monster!

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Some examples:

Orcus => Porcus
Demogorgon => Depogorgon
Asmodeus => Asmopeus​

Post yours in the comments!
 

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Richards

Legend
Here are some more, straight from the original Fiend Folio:

Assassin Bug → Assassin Pug - Who's a bad dog? You are! Oh, yes you are!​
Crabman → Crapman - It's "Mr. Hankey" with legs!​
Dark Creeper → Dark Cheeper - A baby chicken with black feathers​
Dark Stalker → Dark Talker - So basically just a Goth​
Dune Stalker → Dung Stalker - Look out, Mr. Hankey!​
Flail Snail → Frail Snail - Its shell is really, really thin​
Giant Strider → Giant Stridex - That ought to clear up that acne for good!​
Hellcat → Hellocat - "Hello Kitty" when she becomes an adult​
Hook Horror → Book Horror - A horrid monster who (gasp) writes in books!
Lava Child → Java Child - All that coffee's going to stunt your growth, kid!​
Scarecrow → Sparecrow - For when your original crow flies away and doesn't come back (or worse yet, gets baked in a pie with 23 others)​
Shadow Demon → Shadow Lemon - A tasty fruit from the Plane of Shadows​
Shocker → Shucker - An "ear seeker" of a different kind, focusing on corn​
Volt → Dolt - Okay, this one's just plain dumb!​
Xvart → Xfart - The little guy dealt it!​
Yellow Musk Zombie → Mellow Musk Zombie - "Dude, chill out! It's not like I'm going to eat your brains or anything!"​

Johnathan
 

Eltab

Lord of the Hidden Layer
In another thread, somebody started with aaracockra but ended up with aarakakana. Which suggests...

Aerokatana - the perfection of blades can also fly.
 

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