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101 Not So Simple Monster Templates (13th Age Compatible)


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Think you've seen it all?

It's a big, scary world out there, and for your players, it's gotten nastier. 101 Not So Simple Monster Templates gives you more options, more creative flexibility and more ways to just freak out your players with new templates - itching to be added to any 13th Age Roleplaying Game monster.

Enjoy simple templates like cowardly creature who just wants to run away (even if he is a tarrasque). The Walking Fortress which makes the monster really big and puts a citadel on its back, and the Riven Magic Creature, who just wants to drain you of your spells and break your magic items.

This collection brings you an even vaster array of new options to surprise even the most jaded of players with strange and exciting encounters. 101 Not So Simple Monster Templates will give your party something to remember for a long time - if they survive!

The Breaking of Forstor Nagar ;101 Not so Simple Monster Template ;Book of Icons ;101 Feats and Talents ;101 Mystical Site Qualities ;The Secrets of the Taskshaper

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Joshua V April 08, 2015 7:28 pm UTC
Not bad. Some of the templates look pretty swingy, but lots and lots of cool ideas.
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Miranda R October 13, 2014 3:55 am UTC
I am sorry, and appologise if the cover offends you, I saw three monsters, not babes. I chose them without any gender bias in mind, and simply because Eva Marie Toker, Ian Greenlee, and Juan Diego Dianderas, are good artists, and I felt these were great illustrations.
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Roc W October 14, 2014 3:42 am UTC
Heh heh. Funny, I just looked at it now and the moment I saw the cover, I wasn't offended but did think, "Ah. Typical sexist stereotypical graphics with babes on the cover. What's on the inside?" Like I said, not that I am offended, I do like such imagery, but what made me chortle even more was within the preview, one of the two graphics within is also a 'babe'.
I'd probably do the same, with much of the artwork out there seeming to be of that ilk? That is to say, when I seek a pic for my gaming group newsletter (which is not for sale or public dissemination) I tend to find sexy female fantasy/sci-fi art far outweighs that of male oriented stuff. However, if I was paying for the thing, you could bet I would be paying for what I wanted, not what was available.
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Sophie L October 13, 2014 3:40 am UTC
Seriously? After all the recent discussions on women in gaming, three babelicious pin-ups is what you come up with for the cover of you "monster templates"? I sense a disconnect.
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