Unconverted D&D creatures


Shirokinukatsukami fan
I've revised all the "Unconverted Creature" lists to remove the creatures that have already been finished and are in the queue to be uploaded to the CC (as per this thread). This reduces the remaining total to 1282.

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Shirokinukatsukami fan
And the remaining creatures by type look like this:

Oozes: 15
Giants: 21
Elementals: 29
Fey: 31
Dragons: 34
Monstrous Humanoids: 53
Plants: 56
Constructs: 77
Humanoids: 77
Aberrations: 88
Vermin: 97
Outsiders: 101
Undead: 154
Magical Beasts: 177
Animals: 240
Other: 32 (Deathless, Hazards, Mixture, Templates, Unknown)

Oozes for the win! :cool:


Could we created a subitem for ooze and just knock it out completely? Love to see that checkmark next to "ALL DONE!"


Shirokinukatsukami fan
Well, here are the remaining creatures that seem ooze-like. (They might not all turn out to be oozes on closer inspection!)

  • Aruchai; Dragon #47
  • Black Slime; Dragon #250
  • Carnivorous Wall; Crypt of Lyzandred the Mad
  • Goop Ghoul; Dragon #198
  • Imorph; Fiend Folio (1st Edition)
  • Living Muck; Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor PC game rule book
  • Living Pool; Adventure Pack I (I13)
  • Marble Pudding; Dragon #251
  • Necromantic Sludge; Dragon #238
  • Pudding, Deadly; Dungeons and Dragons Adventure Game (1999)
  • Pudding, Subterranean, Dense Pudding; Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume Two
  • Silatic, Gold; Monstrous Compendium Spelljammer Appendix II
  • Silatic, Iron; Monstrous Compendium Spelljammer Appendix II
  • Silatic, Platinum; Monstrous Compendium Spelljammer Appendix II
  • Wrigglies; Imagine #15


Shirokinukatsukami fan
Note: In the adventure from which the wrigglies come, the characters have been reduced to one 36th of their usual size, and the creature's stats are relative to these miniature PCs. If used for normal sized characters, these would be the stats for a giant wriggly.

Many magical substances have slowly been deposited in this section of pipe over the years. These substances have given birth to the wrigglies, a peculiar and ever-hungry life form.

Bright orange light illuminates the pipe ahead and a sweet sickly smell hangs heavy in the air. Ahead at the top of a slope many strange and brightly coloured blobs wriggle in unison, becoming more agitated as they slowly advance towards you.

Upon sensing the party's presence the wrigglies will lose their blob-like shape and become elongated. They will writhe about, waving their bodies as they move towards the party. Wrigglies attack by hitting characters with their elongated heads. When a wriggly kills a victim it will envelope it and slowly digest it. If a wriggly is killed it will spray out a sweet and sticky sap over anyone within 5 feet. The sap has a pungent odour and is difficult to remove; even alcohol will not shift it. Its only significant effect in this adventure is to attract the bluebottles at encounter 11.

10 wrigglies: AC 8; MV 1"; HD 1; hp 5 each; #AT 1; D 2-5; SA Nil; MR Std; Int: Non; AL N; Size: M; xp 15 each; Special monster

The orange light comes directly from the wrigglies. It will become dimmer and dimmer as more of the wrigglies are killed, disappearing when they are all dead.

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