Monday, May 31, 2010

Xzephanjklix the unspoken

Xzephanjklix was originally a peaceful hunter on his obscure world. One day bright lights were seen over his village - slave trader ships from the Omicon syndicate. He was abducted along with his entire village and sold into slavery. Xzephanjklix spent several years in bondage, forced to work in the orbiting asteroid mines, until a freak accident left him paralyzed. Never one to waste resources, the Omicon syndicate sold him to the Intergalactic Gladiator Federation.

Xzephanjklix awoke to find himself altered beyond recognition, his body grafted with a dozen parts of other species. He now battles for survival against other gladiators in the IGF ranks. Each fighter is forced to sign a contract for one hundred battles, of which if he survives he wins the ultimate prize - his freedom.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Black Shuck

Hideous demon dogs from English folklore. They are usually described as oversized dogs (in some instances, as large as a horse) with glowing red or green eyes. Their step is supposed to scorch the ground. It is rare for the devil dog to actually harm anyone, but those who witness the beast will shortly come to an untimely end.

Saturday, May 29, 2010


The undead come in many shapes and sizes, but no myths are so prevalent than that of Vampires. Such creatures as these which prey upon the blood or life force of the living can be found in the folklore of nearly all peoples, and allowing for cultural differences describe nearly the same thing: A person who dies under mysterious circumstances, who then returns from the grave to torment and prey upon former friends and relatives. The standard Vampire of popular culture is inspired loosely from Eastern European tradition, and takes the form of an immortal youth, beautiful but pale, weakly looking but supernaturally strong, who perishes in direct sunlight and must consume blood to survive.

Are Vampires real? Of the supernatural variety sadly not, although there are real life medical conditions which may have contributed to the myth.

Friday, May 28, 2010


A race evolved from small parasites. On their home world the Phallegellilans live in gigantic bio-cities, which are genetically engineered from the massive whale-like creatures within whose intestinal tract they evolved. They feed primarily by sucking fluids from the walls of their bio-city. Phallegellians spend most of their lives indoors, and many display symptoms of Agoraphobia when outside.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Scraphaites - "Screamers"

Scraphaites are short aliens, with stout, roundish bodies. They are nicknamed "Screamers" by human beings because their main method if communication tends to be continuous screaming at the top of their lungs. In general, Scraphaites lack subtly and nuance, and say what they think without regard to hurting one's feelings.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010


Aranaphites are short, semi-humanoids descended from insects. Unlike other insect based species they are solitary creatures, only socializing with others in order to breed. Aranaphites originate on an obscure world from a continent covered with jungles, where they make lairs in shallow caves along the jungle floor. There are however "civilized" Aranaphites in the galaxy proper, who usually find work as bounty hunters, mercenaries, or assassins for hire.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Mud Grub

Mud Grubs are squat, stubby little humanoids who live in giant mud puddles. They have very rough, blubbery skin, six stubby limbs, and a wide mouth with broad teeth that are designed to tunnel through earth. They are usually non-aggressive, but will fight to the death to defend young.

Monday, May 24, 2010


A strange breed of multidimensional cat which can hypnotize with it's glance. These felines are highly intelligent, and live in a ritualistic, regimented society based on honor and tradition. As they are multidimensional entities, their cat-like appearance is more due to a limitation on how humans perceive them than their actual morphology.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Thasghul, the torturer demon

Large, lumpy, mountains of flesh, the Thasghul serve more powerful demon lords as shock troops, enforcers, and other duties which require brute force. They are particularly skilled at the arts of torture and execution, having long codified the practice into a series of religious rituals.

Saturday, May 22, 2010


A type of demon that lives in immersed in magma. The Tephrents exists in the vast layers of magma beneath it's native Hell dimension. The creatures in these realms can move through magma the same way a fish moves through water. Tephrents are generally isolationist, and will fiercely defend any incursion into their realms.

Friday, May 21, 2010


Screepers are omnivorous, wandering aliens. Their society is organized into multiple large "herds," which migrate from planet to planet in a cycle. Every thirty six thousand years a Screeper herd will pupate into an interconnected web of cocoons. They use a form of teleportation to travel from planet to planet. Screepers are generally peaceful, but the alpha males will fight to the death to defend the herd from predators.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

The Great Prophet

The Great Prophet is the founder of an intergalactic religion so old no one remembers where it began. Eons upon eons ago he spread his message, but what remains is so clouded by time as to be nearly unrecognizable. In reality no one knows who he was or what he really said, and his great teachings which could have brought the universe together are now used to by those in power to divide and conquer.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Cave Wurm

Small, burrowing dragon-like reptiles which live underground. Cave Wurms have collapsible bodies - they are able to squeeze through extremely tight spaces. The large compound eyes are designed to see in a different spectrum than visible light. Cave Wurms are a rare species, and as such live specimens can fetch high prices.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Scorpion Men

The Scorpion Men are the spawn of Tiamat in Mesopotamian myth. They are described as giants, with a "glance of death." Much like the Greek Gigantes they were born to fight a younger generation of gods who usurp their forebearers.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Fright Tower

Fright Towers are giant mountains of flesh. They were originally created by a mad alchemist to be used as living siege engines. The creature's massive mouth was intended to carry troops, and is not actually used for eating. Fright Towers instead gain substance through small openings on the bottoms of their feet.

Sunday, May 16, 2010


A 200 foot tall mutation due to the result from an experimental insecticide created by the Phollox corporation, the monster known as Gigamantis ravaged the cities of the American west coast for months on end. The insect's size, speed, and impenetrable exoskeleton shrugged off any attempt by the military to stop it, until the quick thinking of a pair of teenagers put a stop to the creature once and for all.

Phollox brand insecticide has since been banned.

Saturday, May 15, 2010


A Vanth is a panther-like creature covered with a thick rocky hide. They tend to inhabit mountainous areas, where their skin acts as a natural camouflage. Vaths come in many different breeds, with a multitude of colors, sizes, and head crests.

Friday, May 14, 2010


Born in the dark spaces between the stars, the entity known as C'Thlunnagh'ah lies in wait in his Earthly prison. Older than mankind itself, he is beyond petty concepts such as good or evil. There are merely those who exist to feed his hunger. He has terrorized multiple worlds since the beginning of time, and when the stars are right he shall be reawakened. Long after mankind has gone, beasts shall walk the Earth, and C'Thlunnagh'ah will rule among them.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

The Olfaxinator

Originally a mild mannered Pizza boy, Olaf Gunderson lead a below average life. Fate would intervene one day, as while on a routine delivery he became caught up in the bizarre accident which transformed the infamous Professor foot and his lackey-turned-nemesis The Oculominous. Now gifted with superhuman strength and incredible smell powers, Olaf has taken the name "The Olfaxinator," and has dedicated his life to helping the helpless and fighting evil.

He still delivers pizzas on the side.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010


A slimy creature which scavenges through garbage dumps and sewers. Much like some species of crabs utilize shells from other creatures, the SlimeSkull uses human skulls to protect it's soft organs. Colonies of SimeSkulls can be found in any area where people are buried.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


Drorogas are swift, canine-like reptilian demons, which infest a multitude of Hell dimensions. Their primary function that of sheep dogs, to prevent the stray soul from wandering off. They are usually beholden to a stronger demon master, although "wild" packs of Drorogas also roam the wastelands.

Monday, May 10, 2010


Wonkapillars are large, lumbering caterpillars who live in the high jungle canopy in many places in South and Central America. The beast only comes down to the ground to harvest the fermented fruit during the growing season. Wonkapillar meat is considered a delicacy to several Amazon tribes.

Sunday, May 9, 2010


The creatures known as Squannkiballs are small, roundish aliens with several short stubby legs and long, clawed, tentacle-like upper limbs. The name "Squannkiball" is a nickname given to them due to their shape and the loud "Squannk!"noises they use in their language. They are generally very friendly and outgoing, although many of other races find Squannkiballs rather annoying.

Saturday, May 8, 2010


The V'sthol'Nala are a race of burrower demons. They live in a vast complex of tunnels which honeycomb the flesh-like rock of their native Hell dimension. The V'sthol'Nala do not possess sight, hearing, or olfactory senses, and instead navigate through a highly developed tactile sense. Their extremely sensitive skin can sense any vibration around them, even through soil. This sense is so sensitive that one of their race can "read" the vibration can understand when speech is directed to it.

Friday, May 7, 2010


A Tsukumogami spawned from an old milk carton. He is concerned with finding lost children and developing strong teeth and bones.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Flower Monkey

Strange monkeys which grow from the ground. I suppose this makes sense on some level.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010


Saprophytes are large, shambling, cannibalistic fungus men. They live in giant colonies hollowed out in vast caverns beneath the Earth. Saprophyte society uses a very rigid, class-based system designed to mimic that of a colony organism. Each member is assigned a very specific task, with zero tolerance for dissent. Any who do not follow the rule of law are quickly reprocessed.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Soul Stealer

Soul Stealers are are hideous, incredibly strong, super zombies, but instead of craving the flesh of the living they feed from their victim's soul. Such creatures gain this ability through evil magics and demonic pacts. Although drinking from the souls of others imbues one with great powers, the act in itself corrupts the body and mind, until eventually all that is left is a disgusting, vile thing, no longer resembling human.

Monday, May 3, 2010


Cabecerites are hideous, shambling, crab demons which pick through the garbage and offal in the lower Hell dimensions. Although they are essentially living garbage disposals, they are also quite intelligent. Their societies contain a rigid and complex social structure, yet despite this they are seen as vermin by the "higher" demons.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Globbodar, Ravager of worlds

Globbodar is a mercenary for hire, who's specialty is clearing out planetary civilizations for re-settlement. A peculiar mutation allows him to increase his size to one hundred times normal. This coupled with his natural resistance to physical injury makes him an unstoppable engine of destruction. Those worlds which he attacks have a better chance of paying him off rather than defeating him.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Zhanqphaliq the Enforcer

Zhanqphaliq originally came from a peaceful race of scholars and scientists. Branded a social misfit for his violent tendencies, Zhanqphaliq left his people early in his life because they were "weak." He wandered the galaxy, and made a name for himself as a gladiator and soldier for hire. Zhanqphaliq eventually found himself in the employ of the famous mercenary corps known as the Paradroid confederation. Unlike other members of his unit Zhanqphaliq had his cybernetic implants purposely implanted to enhance his abilities on the battlefield.