Dungeons and Dragons: Minotaur

The Minotaur

From Dungeons and Dragons: Monster Manual I, the Minotaur thanks its origins to Greek Mythology.  A horrible, ruthless villain it thought nothing less than to taunt and destroy heroes.

” … typically found only in labyrinthine places in the wilderness or underground.”

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Dungeons and Dragons: Bulette

The Bulette (or Landshark)

From Dungeons and Dragons: Monster Manual I, the Bulette was a magical hybrid born from a mad wizard’s dream.  As a DM, I rarely used the landshark.  It was a novelty creature making rare appearances.   Calling a break to the action while a dorsal fin sticks out the earth like a B-movie just wasn’t in my script.

“… cross breeding of a snapping turtle and armadillo with infusions of demons’ ichor … feeding on horses, men, and most other flesh,”

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