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Random Esoteric Creature Generator

by Goodman Games

Category: Role Playing Games
Genre: RPG - Fantasy, RPG - Old School Renaissance
Product Line: Fantasy Supplements (System Neutral)
Author: James Raggi
Publish Date: 2008
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.2"
Restockable: No
Condition: MINT/New    
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
2148462970 IMPGMG4375 Softcover MINT/New

Looking to instill a little fear in your game? Then look no further!

Nothing brings the thrill – and terror – of discovery to a game like new monsters. Faced with the unknown, mighty-hewed heroes tremble in their hauberks, wizened wizards fumble with their spell books, and even the most audacious of rogues hesitate before plunging into battle.

Nevermore worry that your players have memorized every monster’s stat, power and weakness. Nevermore resort to tired fantasy clichés, and worn out monsters fought a thousand times before. The Random Esoteric Creature Generator ensures that each monster your PCs cross is unique, unexpected, and best of all – unknown. With an unlimited number of horrific combinations, this is the last monster book you will ever need.

Bring terror back to the table with the Random Esoteric Creature Generator!

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