Dungeons and Dragons Homebrew: The Bucket of Puppies

Dungeons and Dragons Homebrew: The Bucket of Puppies

Sorry for the lack of updates lately, life has been pretty hectic for me. I got a bit discouraged on my Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons series because of the recent release of the Kaiju Codex for 5th edition by Rite Publishing. I got some inspiration recently for a different kind of D&D creation this week though: a magical item known as the Bucket of Puppies. This seemingly mundane bucket simply spawns some adorable puppies that can be used for gifts, distractions, or even food in some very dark circumstances. Get creative with…

Bring Splatoon into your Dungeons and Dragons Game with the Inklings!

Bring Splatoon into your Dungeons and Dragons Game with the Inklings!

I’m taking a break from my Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons series to bring another obsession of mine to Dungeons and Dragons. I’ve been playing a lot of Splatoon 2 lately, so I decided to give them the D&D treatment! The Inklings are best used on dry erase board grids since their attacks cover the ground in ink. They ought to be a great challenge for parties that do not have the ability to fly. Inklings A peculiar species of fey, the Inklings resemble mischievous imps bearing brightly colored tentacles on their heads…

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Tectonicus, Titan of Earth and Lightning

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Tectonicus, Titan of Earth and Lightning

Back again with another Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons!  A user on Reddit requested I create a worm-based kaiju for the world of Yamatai, but I wanted to be more original than just “three hundred foot long worm”. My mind drifted back to a creation I made for a kaiju forum RPG years ago: An earth golem with electricity-spitting Mongolian death worms burrowed into it. Enjoy! Tectonicus, Titan of Earth and Lightning Colossal monstrosity (kaiju), lawful neutral Artwork: Clay Golem, Property of Wizards of the Coast “The myths of the desert death worms…

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Galewing, the Sky Bat

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Galewing, the Sky Bat

Back again with another Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons! Every kaiju story needs a fearsome denizen of the skies! I was asked about the kaiju named Galewing that was referred to in Mantisma’s profile and I finally got around to preparing this bat beastie. I based its powers and abilities around wind it generates with its colossal wings, along with a sonic scream attack that would be expected from a large bat. GALEWING, THE SKY BAT Colossal beast (kaiju), chaotic good “We thought we were in for another freak windstorm that…

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Metallor, The Iron Mountain

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Metallor, The Iron Mountain

The Dungeons & Dragons kaiju train keeps rolling! What’s a kaiju story without some mechanical monsters? This week’s project is Metallor, a horrific fusion of magic, machine, and bone. Like Hurriking and Mantisma, Metallor takes inspiration from a Toho Studios kaiju, this time it’s Mechagodzilla (specifically Kiryu) with a hint of Gurren Lagann thrown in. Enjoy! Metallor, The Iron Mountain Colossal construct (kaiju), lawful good “The Empire attempted to create their own Hurriking. When will man learn?” – Brother Tino’s Chronicle of Greater Kaiju When kaiju began to appear in…

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Mantisma, Matron of Life

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Mantisma, Matron of Life

I’m back this week with another kaiju for 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons! This week, I’m taking inspiration from Mothra to create a force for good in the monster-ravaged realm of Yamatai. Mantisma, Matron of Life Colossal fey (kaiju), neutral good “She is as beautiful as she is powerful. Thank the Gods she fights for us. Most of the time.” – Brother Tino’s Chronicle of Greater Kaiju Many kaiju are feared, but Mantisma is unique among them in that she is revered and loved by many. She acts as a guardian…

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Hurriking, the Monster Sovereign

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Hurriking, the Monster Sovereign

I’ve been running a fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons campaign for about seven or eight months now, and despite starting the game out of the Lost Mines of Phandelver book from the Starter Set, I left that behind months ago and have been writing the scenarios myself for the most part. Me being me, I decided to inject kaiju into the game. D&D’s only entity that really resembles a kaiju is the Tarrasque, but it’s ‘only’ sixty feet tall. Pathfinder has a dedicated creature subtype for kaiju, and Toho Kingdom has produced a plethora…