The Ravenloft Monstrous Compendium III: Creatures of Darkness and this appendix makes a nice supplement to the core monsters of AD&D. The Ravenloft Monstrous Compendium I & II () by William W. as two page AD&D Ravenloft Monstrous Compendium appendices. Monstrous Compendium: Ravenloft: Appendix (Advanced Dungeons Monstrous Compendium, Appendices I & II (AD&D, 2nd Ed, Roleplaying, Accessory.
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TSR 2153 2nd Edition Ad&d Ravenloft Monstrous Compendium Appendix III
Terrors of the Desert —96 pages. Children of the Night —64 pages, 4 dividers.
Children of the Night for Dragon magazine June The sound you hear is that of publishers scraping the bottom of the barrel for new ones. Connorsadds living brains, bardic liches, and half-golems to the Ravenloft roster.
Reviewing this with two other monster books from two other publishers, he quipped: There are no ‘well it’s a man’s head on a chicken’s body’ Crimewatch photofit embarassments'” found in many other monstrois books. A fault this work compounds by further tweaking the experience points system. A factor that’s made all the more frustrating when it becomes apparent that the Monstrous Annual 2 dangles some delightful creatures before the referee’s eyes. With the shaggy-haired one, though, it rapidly approaches the essential.
The true worth of the work, though, undoubtedly comes from the quality of Appendix II’ s creations” which ccompendium referees a varied and rich source of legends to drop into their tavern conversations or to add colour to campaigns”.
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Webb concluded his review by saying: But for Ravenloft DMs who’ve been struggling on without the compendiums, this re-issue is an essential purchase which offers both core reference material and an inspirational glimpse of the Demiplane’s dark heart. Creatures from the TSR magazines, Forgotten RealmsBirthrightRavenloftDark SunAl-Quadim and Greyhawk can be found giving referees access to monsters with abilities that otherwise might not have been thought of.
Well, TSR has released such a stupefying amount of products to date that every referee should have a decent supply of challenging monsters available for them to use. If you don’t, then have a flick through this for a few new ideas, but think twice before you buy it. Bar a few good entries it falls into a compilation of variations on a theme which, with a little time and imagination, most referees could come up with.
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