Triple Threat – Spriggan

Spriggan Ugly, hunched creatures, spriggan are the bullies and thugs of Faerie – and sometimes bodyguards for those who can afford them. Though small (average spriggan is about the size of a human child), they can grow their size to giant-like proportions (over 15’ tall). Spriggans are distantly related to piskies and are widely thought […]

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Triple Threat – Brownie

Brownie Brownies are the servants of Faerie, everything from cooks to valets to housekeepers. Like leprechauns, they are compelled to perform a specific task, in this case domestic chores. Unlike leprechauns, they like what they do and they do it well. Though they aren’t suited for combat, but they can fight well enough and are […]

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Triple Threat – Cruciati Demon

Note: the following creature came from a nightmare I had. Thought I’d share. Cruciati Demon Cruciati demons are tall humanoid (about 6’ is average) beings that have deep black skin with blood-colored splotches all over there body. Numerous chains hang from their flesh, embedded in skin and bone with hooks or piercings. From the chains […]

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Triple Threat – Hellhound

Hellhound Hellhounds are large (about the size of a small pony) dog-like demons with burning coals for eyes and fur from jet-black to dirty dried blood. Like many “lesser demons” they are not very intelligent, but they do possess an animal cunning that makes them dangerous. They also possess the ability to seek out the […]

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Triple Threat – Tetramental

Note: This particular critter was designed by Antoni Ten Munros, I am just tossing it out there for use at his request. Tetramental A artificial creation, this is what happens when you fuse together one elemental of each of element: Air (Lightning), Earth, Fire, and Water (Ice). They are often bound to a specific location […]

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Triple Threat – Hedleyspawn

Hedleyspawn TheHedley Kow is mischievous sprite from Northumberland in northern England. Though it was called the Hedley Kow, the spirit could transform itself into almost any shape to trick others. Wearing a cow’s shape, the tricky creature turned into a cow and let a farmer milk him, but kicked over the pail, slipped its noose, […]

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