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The Lazy GM: Savage Creatures


Forty-one monsters get the Lazy GM treatment, for nearly 200 pages of ready to run statistic blocks.

From Assassin Vine to Yrthak, includes a full array of dinosaurs and golems.

From CR 1 (the Hippogriff Pony) to CR 40 (the Kraken Paragon).

Variant hit dice, variant builds, templates and character classes, such as the Celestial Giant Eagle, the Agile Shambling Mound and the Lamia Enchanter.

Clickable index - choose by CR, monster role or variation.

All Open Content and compatible with 3.5 rules.

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February 21st, 2009
Creative Conclave has put together a string of some of the most useful products for the OGL system. If you are a gamemaster who intends to stick around and play D&D 3.5 for a while longer, you would do extremely well to latch on to all this company [...]
Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
January 17th, 2009
The underlying concept of the Lazy GM series is to provide complete stat blocks for use as opposition during your game. Most of the preceeding volumes have explored a single creature in depth, but this one consists of a trawl through the Monster Manual [...]
Shane O. [Featured Reviewer]
December 16th, 2008
It can’t really be denied that 3.5 is a game system that requires a fair amount of work to run. Whether it’s calculating the Encounter Levels in your homebrew adventure or building a high-level PC, there’s a lot of numbers to take into account. [...]
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