The fifth in the series of Monstrous Menaces meets the same standards of quality and usefulness set by the previous four Monstrous Menaces. The author, James Mishler, provides interesting and unique characteristics for each monster that translates directly into actual game play. You get plenty of ecological information and tactical details that all add richness to the game without overworking the harried GM/DM/CK/Ref.
The three creatures in this particular set are very flexible and useful. The monsters are setting neutral--despite the detail provided, the GM/DM/CK/Ref will not have to "translate" anything to fit this critters into their campaign setting. And, despite the Castles & Crusades template, can fit right into any traditional fantasy role playing game with minimal work.
[5 of 5 Stars!]