Frankenstein's Monster was created by Victor Frankenstein as an experiment in the creation of life. The monster itself is nameless; Frankenstein never saw fit to name his creation, and the monster's lack of identity is a source of despair for it.
8 feet tall, with yellow skin, the monster was hideously ugly. The towering, grotesque figure was shunned by all who see him.
Upon creating his monster,... [click here for more]
(Yes, it's #11 - but we jumped out of order to release this one for Halloween!)
The sixth in EN World's Myths & Legends series, which provides 4E versions of archetypal mythological figures.
The Grim Reaper, Thanatos - there are many names for the personification of death. Typically appearing in a black robe and wielding a scythe, the Grim Reaper's job is to escort the souls of the... [click here for more]