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Monarch of the Monsters 4: Echo Demon

Monarch of the MonstersIn the past few weeks, we had many wonderful entries to the Monarch of the Monsters contest, and our talented and skilled judges chose five finalists from among the entries. We now present those five finalists to you so that you can enjoy them, and, at the end of the week, vote on your favorite. This time, we have the echo demon by Eric Hindley.

This vaguely humanoid creature has a bat-like face and large claws of twisted, rusting iron at the end of winged arms. Strangely soft rust-colored fur covers its body.

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Monarch of the Monsters 4: Green Strangler

Monarch of the MonstersIn the past few weeks, we had many wonderful entries to the Monarch of the Monsters contest, and our talented and skilled judges chose five finalists from among the entries. We now present those five finalists to you so that you can enjoy them, and, at the end of the week, vote on your favorite. This time, we have the green strangler by Mike Welham.

This plant, composed of writhing roots and vines, is arranged in a vaguely humanoid form. It approximates a grin as it thrusts out several grasping vines.

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Monarch of the Monsters 4 Finalist: Bouda

Monarch of the MonstersIn the past few weeks, we had many wonderful entries to the Monarch of the Monsters contest, and our talented and skilled judges chose five finalists from among the entries. Each day this week, we will present one of those five finalists to you so that you can enjoy it, and, at the end of the week, you can vote on your favorite. Without further ado, here’s the bouda by Wendall Roy.

Bouda (CR 5)

This hulking, hyena-faced humanoid has numerous scars along its oversized muzzle, as if its jaw had once been ripped apart and put back together. Clouds of gnats and fleas roil around its arms.

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Flying Towers Contest Winner!

The Broken Hilt by Sean McNallyWe recently posted a cartography contest that started off with a vote to determine what type of map budding cartographers should craft for us. The voting public decided that they wanted to see flying towers. Because we had a lower number of submissions than we’d hoped to receive, our panel of judges took a look at those who shared their craft with us and determined a winner from among the participants. It’s time to reveal that winner right here and right now!

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