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Monarch of the Monsters 5 Finalist: Skein Witch by Sersa Victory

Today, from the virtual pile of monsters that enterprising and creative designers submitted, our judges provide you with the fifth finalist, untouched by the colorful pen of an editor. Welcome to the fifth finalist in the fifth monster contest that Kobold Press has run. Take a peek at the skein witch from Sersa Victory. Skein Witch Medium celestial, neutral   Curators of destiny and enforcers of what must be, skein witches voyage across the...

Victory’s Bestiary: Living Cloudkill Hurricane

For days, schools of dead deep-sea fish washed ashore on tall waves violent with green foam. An olive-colored cloud then stretched across the entire horizon, blotting out the rising sun and casting bolts of jagged lightning down into the tempestuous sea. All ships were moored, and the people of the coastal cities were warned to flee to steadings more inland. The cloud continued to creep toward shore with a malign intelligence, bringing with it...

Victory’s Bestiary: Two-Headed Rustmaw Displacer Purple Worm

Countless strange and terrifying creatures lurk in the subterranean world that sprawls beneath the mortal empires. Through lightless tunnels, caves, and dungeons they burrow, most driven only by a primal desire to hunt, to mate, and to nest. Many of these creatures, however, are warped by the feral magic of the underworld, their already monstrous forms transmogrified into aberrant beasts unlike anything produced by the hand of nature. The...

Victory’s Bestiary: Half-Tarrasque Hydraic Medusa Serpent Queen

For centuries, rangers from the Queen’s Wood have traded rumors of a blighted fortress built from hundreds of thousands of petrified sacrifices. It is here that the half-tarrasque hydraic medusa serpent queen is said to dwell, reigning over a court of snake cultists drenched in the blood of displacer beast young. Believed to be an icon in her own right, the serpent queen is the progeny of the tarrasque and the first hydra, who in turn laid the...

Victory’s Bestiary: Lich-Touched Siege Kraken Monumentbringer

In the center of a great saltwater sea floats an island necropolis: a city of twisting catacombs, looming mausoleums, and sprawling graveyards rivaling in size the capitol city of the empire itself. It is from this nether citadel that the arch-lich lays his schemes, forever plotting to overrun the shores of civilization with his hordes of ravenous dead. Though the arch-lich commands vast legions with which to launch campaigns, the spearhead of...

Victory’s Bestiary: Hand of Drought and Famine

From her obex beneath the rotting corpse of the First Titan, a goddess known as Mother Pestilence rules over an endless dust bowl that once was an azure sea teeming with fish the size of carriages. For centuries, the civilizations along the edge of her wasteland have offered Mother Pestilence tribute–the surplus of their harvest–as a show of humility before the ever-present threat of scarcity, disease, and hunger. Every few decades,...

Monarch of the Monsters 4: Mask Wight

In the past few weeks, we had many wonderful entries to the Monarch of the Monsters contest, and our talented and skilled judges chose five finalists from among the entries. We now present those five finalists to you so that you can enjoy them, and, at the end of the week, vote on your favorite. This time, we have the mask wight by Sersa Victory. Millennia ago, two icons fell in love – the first, a lord of shadow and subterfuge; the other, a...

Kills, Items, and Secrets: Why I’m Forever Hooked on Deathtrap Dungeons

In January 2013, you, our kobold audience, voted Sersa Victory’s adventure pitch as being the winning entry in the Valhalla Calling contest. We thought you all might like to know a little bit more about Sersa’s background in gaming, plus see what he has to say on the topic of those ever-popular deathtrap dungeons. Although people have come to the fantasy gaming hobby from a diversity of backgrounds, we share a number of common...

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