Lesser-Known D&D Monsters That You May Encounter Around The Holidays

The Moth-er: Not a moth herself, but rather a creature that will turn your party moth-like merely by flipping on a light made of pure familial guilt, forcing you to expend much time, energy, and currency to travel to your homeland.

The Droves: The droves do not affect your party directly. Instead, they feed on the patience of the various merchants you meet along your journey, making unspeakable demands that turn them irritable and often violent.

Delae: Delae is an enormous creature that strikes by blocking the road or river way that your party travels along and just sort of… like… hanging out there, causing you to be late to your destination. Additionally, Delae casts a spell over all who come into contact with it, leading them to believe they are the only one affected by it and causing them to act with irrational selfishness.

Eelgg Noogg: Eelgg Noogg will lure in a traveler with his sweet smile and his inviting nutmeg-like perfume, generously offering drinks of pure indulgence that will help put the weary wanderer to sleep. But, as soon as the traveler’s eyes close, the Eelgg Noogg will speak an ancient incantation that ties their stomach in knots.

Haullmarkegorgan: Will appear like a traveling storyteller, but will only tell tales of the most formulaic variety about love found in idyllic inns. Your party will smirk and shake their heads, but they will be unable to break themselves from the stories, even as their energy drains, for these yarns, simple as they seem, possess incalculable attention-holding power.

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Lesser-Known D&D Monsters That You May Encounter Around The Holidays

The Moth-er: Not a moth herself, but rather a creature that will turn your party moth-like merely by flipping on a light made of pure familial guilt, forcing you to expend much time, energy, and currency to travel to your homeland.

The Droves: The droves do not affect your party directly. Instead, they feed on the patience of the various merchants you meet along your journey, making unspeakable demands that turn them irritable and often violent.

Delae: Delae is an enormous creature that strikes by blocking the road or river way that your party travels along and just sort of… like… hanging out there, causing you to be late to your destination. Additionally, Delae casts a spell over all who come into contact with it, leading them to believe they are the only one affected by it and causing them to act with irrational selfishness.

Eelgg Noogg: Eelgg Noogg will lure in a traveler with his sweet smile and his inviting nutmeg-like perfume, generously offering drinks of pure indulgence that will help put the weary wanderer to sleep. But, as soon as the traveler’s eyes close, the Eelgg Noogg will speak an ancient incantation that ties their stomach in knots.

Haullmarkegorgan: Will appear like a traveling storyteller, but will only tell tales of the most formulaic variety about love found in idyllic inns. Your party will smirk and shake their heads, but they will be unable to break themselves from the stories, even as their energy drains, for these yarns, simple as they seem, possess incalculable attention-holding power.

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