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Happy Beaster 2022: A Bunny-Themed Tiny Dungeon Bestiary


That's the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent you ever set eyes on!

A Bunny-Themed Monstrous Compendium for Tiny Dungeon: Second Edition

Happy Beaster — To One & All!

What is Happy Beaster (besides a shameless holiday-themed money grab)? Why it’s only the best time of year to be a Beast! Well, especially a bunny-themed one. 

Here in Happy Beaster 2022, we have a tongue-in-cheek “preview” of three examples of the types of monsters we plan to include in a forthcoming full bestiary for Tiny Dungeons: Second Edition called Bestiarum Vocabulum. The three bunny-themed beasts are:

Al-Mi’raj Known to have originated on the Dragon Isles, these fearsome creatures should not appear so if you merely heard their description: A small hare or rabbit, with the stripes of a tiger and a single, oversized horn protruding from their head. This almost comical depiction belies the creature’s strange ability to scare off nearly all creatures, even those with powerful wills. This is said by some to be related to the dangerous enemies of their homelands — dragons. While small in body, all who speak of the al-mi’raj do so in hushed tones of awe and terror, often in tales of slaying great beasts of scale and fire.

Jackalope Many a tall, terror-filled tale is told by hunters on the grasslands and open plains about the jackalope, often to young greenhorns their first time on the trail. Such tales often present these ingenious creatures as dreadful, fleeting shadows that can tear men apart by moonlight. Little do those adventurers know the truth that jackalopes are in fact real, and also quite fast and dangerous adversaries, at least when cornered. Jackalopes evolved on the plains to protect themselves against some long since extinct predators, but they retain the immense speed and dangerous antlers to this day while facing all new threats. Those in-the-know claim jackalope antlers can be made into powerful daggers, and that it’s in fact jackalope — not mere rabbit — feet that bring you Luck.

Wolpertinger Known to inhabit the Dark Forest, these strange beasts are a mad wizard's amalgamation turned into nightmare fuel. Annoyed that all the “good” hybrid beasts had already been created (your hippogriffs, griffins, and even sea-goats and owlbears), some mad sorcerer decided their “addition” to the mangled monster menagerie would fuse the head of a hare onto the body of a massive black squirrel with a stag’s antlers and the wings of a falcon, all combined with the heart of a man-eating wolf. Little did they realize, in stuffing this beast with bits and pieces of various other animals, that they would make it crave the flesh of intelligent creatures, which would lead it to lay eggs for each humanoid heart it ate.

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April 16, 2022 12:23 am UTC
I am not at all impressed by your use of the term "beaster". That is more than a little offensive.
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