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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Gigantic Monsters



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1. Marmodon: incredibly huge marmoset, dines exclusively on human heads
2. Blue Terror: gigantic aerial cousin to Portuguese man-of-war
3. Thrazenor: enormous stone-like anthropoid, seizes lightning from the sky
4. The Cloud: malevolent living vapor, snuffs out entire villages leaving dessicated corpses in wake
5. Sky serpent: mammoth polychromatic flying snake, only certain gods know origin, hunting aerial creatures to extinction
6. Mountain snail: more the size of a large hill, really; "shell" composed of boulders cemented together by snail mortar
7. Earth Strider: titanic daddy longlegs, re-animated, hollowed out and used as mobile dungeon lair by lich
8. The Great Unspeakable: single tapering tentacle rises high above base of four stout ambulation tentacles, roams randomly, seeks other gigantic monsters to wrestle
9. Death Sage: giant hideous human-like head with spider legs, spews aphorisms and historical data while smashing through city walls
10. Titanoclops: towering bipedal fungus w/single complex eye that projects destructive energy wave
11. The Forest Eater: fifty foot tall man-shape w/locust head spews corrosive black ichor to aid in digesting old growth forests
12. The Colossal Ghost of Old Laser Breath

8 comments:

  1. Hmm all these sound like they need to be added to monster mythologies.

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  2. Oh, god--the marmoset--holding the human head with both paws, nibbling it like a jungle fruit!

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    1. Toss in a scantily-clad Jane Goodall-type marmoset love interest and Eric Estrada with a 50 cal. machine gun and we got ourselves a SiFi channel Z-movie...

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  3. The Death Sage reminds me of Norris' head in The Thing.

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  4. You're an insane genius and I really like the cut of your jib!

    The Death Sage should be a feature in any megadungeon. Beats the crap out of just going into town, finding some moldy old dude, and paying him to read books for you.

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