Discussion in 'The Tavern' started by Paul Bellow, Jun 1, 2017.
It's Asian in origin!
It's not a great image, but I couldn't find a better one that wouldn't be too obscure.
Correct! I'll let someone else guess yours 'cause I cheated and Googled lol
Who doesnt love a cheap korean godzilla?
Is that Jormungand?
These are the type of Brownies in my novel... an ever-present grin ... i made mine four-feet tall, tho, as a sort of halfling-esque race...
Here's an easy one...
Easy considering it says the name in the picture. Manticore.
And good job James. That is indeed the world serpent Jormungandr.
And Paul, a 4 foot tall version of that brownie would be really disturbing.
D'oh on the reveal/spoiler. Long day. Heh.
And, yes, tis why the brownies only work cleaning houses of humans after dark or live in the forests... in my world, anyway.
It's always interesting for me to research monsters from various cultures.
Did they ever name those things? That's one of the beasties from Tremors.
Been a long time since I saw that movie.
I dont know if they did in the movies, it's been a long time since I've seen any of them, but according to google there is a name for them.
I thought they were called Tremors... and part two had those 2 legged things i thought were called Aftershocks.
Your turn. I think this is the worst forum game ever haha
Damn..................I thought it was the wife's mother!
Actually the correct term that they decided to come up with Grabboids. They named it after seeing their tentacles and it would grab their victims. I don't think they actually named the second one were shriekers. Named because they had thermal vision but when they saw something that moved they shrieked.
Here we go!
Another easy one? classic D&D ...
Haha we posted at the same time. I JUST saw yours on Google Image search, so I won't give it away.
100,000 gold to first person who names both!