Tuesday, August 31, 2010


Pachuliwurms are overlarge mutations made from human and several species of deep sea worm genes. The experiment began as a way of creating genetically engineered human beings capable of surviving in extremely harsh environments. the Pachuliwurms began as small larvae, but soon matured into 12 foot adults and quickly escaped from confinement. Several made their way into the sea, and have been found forming primitive communities around deep sea vents in the Pacific.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Samyaza, the bound

Samyaza was the leader of the Grigori (or Watchers,) the group of fallen angels who propagated the Nephilim (giants) in the Book of Enoch. God orders him bound and confined for seventy generations, until the day of judgment.

Sunday, August 29, 2010


Triphagelites are a race of intergalactic explorers. They are nonviolent, and have a philosophy of non-interference with undeveloped species. Triphagelite fleets scour the galaxies cataloging planets, species, and natural phenomena.

Saturday, August 28, 2010


Prosphirrhini are strange, one-eyed, multi-limbed, primate-like creatures which inhabit the jungle canopies of their native planet. The creatures are omnivorous, and use their highly sophisticated senses and extreme agility to capture small prey. The Prosphirrhini live in elaborate treetop warrens made from masticated leaves, branches, and other natural materials. The tunnels in these networks may extend for miles. They show signs of an emerging intelligence, as complex social behaviors have been observed, including marriage, religious, and death rituals.

Friday, August 27, 2010

The Khmer dragon

The Khmer dragon (called a Neak,) is similar to the Indian Naga. They are depicted as cobras with multiple heads, the odd numbered being male with even being female. The more heads a Neak has, the higher it's rank.

Thursday, August 26, 2010


Wonkalites are large insect eating animals. They use their long necks and sharp teeth to bore into insect nests, which they collect with a sticky tongue. At larger sizes the creatures have been known to prey on birds, crabs, and small mammals.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Azazel, lord of Impurity

Azazel was a "rugged spirit" to which the ancient Israelites scarified a goat to during Yom Kippur. The goat was meant to take away all of the sins and transgressions from the community, and is the origin of the term "Scapegoat."

According to the Book of Enoch, Azazel was the leader of the rebellious angels who took a liking to human women and begot the Nephilim.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Chicken Monkey

The result of a bizarre experiment by a small time farmer to strengthen his dwindling chicken stock. Chicken Monkeys became a national phenomenon. Easy to raise, fun to train, soon every kid in America had their own Chicken Monkey pet. The export of Chicken Monkeys became a highly profitable business, although many animal rights organizations advocate to ban their export when it was learned they were being used as a food source in other countries.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Ripper Tribe

Rippers are a tribe of wild demons who have thrown off all aspects of civilization, and live like wild animals in the wastes. They use dark rituals to reconfigure their bodies into sleek, predator forms, built for speed and power. Rippers follow a loose pack mentality, with well organized hunts.

Sunday, August 22, 2010


Aphilraphs are tall, grazing herd animals from a far away agrarian planet. They have been poached to near extinction by illegal hunters. Various galactic agencies have attempted to protect the remaining population. They have become a favorite in zoos and menageries in several star systems.

Saturday, August 21, 2010

The Green men of Barsoom

The green men of Barsoom are a race of large humanoids which inhabit Barsoom (Mars) in the a series of novels written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. They are described as between ten to twelve feet tall (in some instances as much as fifteen feet,) have four arms, and a deep green skin. Their eyes are large and red, and protrude from the side of the head. The males have large curving tusks. They are savage and primitive, have no sense of family, and share everything in a communal society. They are named after the abandoned cities which they inhabit, and are constantly at war with one another and the other races on Mars. The "hordes" of green men are typically named after the abandoned cities which they inhabit, Tharks, Warhoons, etc.

Friday, August 20, 2010


Mudeaters were originally artificially created creatures made by splicing together canine, caterpillar, baboon, and earthworm DNA. The creature has the ability to rapidly tunnel through the Earth, and took to living in large warrens of several dozen individuals. Despite their fierce appearance they are quite harmless, and subsist on a diet of small insects, rodents, and other assorted organic matter which litters the forest floor.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Water Leaper

The Llamhigyn Y Dwr, or "Water Leaper" is a monster from Welsh myth. It takes the form of a large, legless amphibian with bat-like wings and a long, barbed tail. The creature is blamed for broken fishing lines, missing livestock, and has even been known to attack humans.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Krylippitah the sleeper

Krylippitah was once one of the most feared assassins in the galaxy. Due to the extreme longevity of his race his prowess and abilities became legendary. All of that changed during a shuttle accident during a mission for the Parandroid confederation. Krylippitah survived in a permanent coma with all of this limbs destroyed. The Parandroid confederation outfitted him with a heavy utility harness with a neural-network interface. Krylippitah has since gone back to his former occupation.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Black Dragon

Black Dragons are generally evil, and live in marshes and wet caves. The creature's venom is strong and acidic.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Namaah, Queen of demons

Namaah is one of the four angels of Prostitution, one of the mates of the angel Samael. Her children are the plagues of mankind.

Sunday, August 15, 2010


The creature known as Bluebaroo is a freakish mutation resulting from a one-in-a-million chance accident involving radioactive toxic waste and a bowl of popular children's sugary cereal. Shunned by humanity, Bluebaroo stays away from civilized areas, and has become a sort of urban legend.

Saturday, August 14, 2010


The Fidopholump is another designer pet by the Cristix corporation, this one genetically engineered by a combination of dog, kangaroo, and grizzly bear. The resulting creature is large and friendly. The Fidopholump sold well and was a huge success. It soon became apparent that the creatures were highly protective and territorial, and would attack anything perceived as a threat to it's master, especially other Fidopholumps. A cottage industry of Fidopholump training schools have appeared to address this problem.

Friday, August 13, 2010


Logomachcite are strange mutations which suddenly appeared in the Amazon river delta. The creature seems to have characteristics of fish, mammals, and mollusks. They are omnivores, but only seem to be opportunistic hunters, preferring to graze upon fungus and lichens. Thus far the creature has not yet been scientifically classified.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Reed Walker

Reed Walkers are strange three-legged amphibians which thrive in marshes and wetlands. The creature uses it's long sticky tongue to catch insects and small fish.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Pumpkin Wraith

An animated corpse with a carved pumpkin in place of it's head. These creatures are usually created with a specific task in mind. The Pumpkin Wraith will single mindedly go about the duty it is charged with, will ignore all dangers or obstacles, and will attack anyone who tries to impede them. After the task is fulfilled the Pumpkin Wraith dissolves on the spot. They are often created for revenge plots or assassinations.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010


Zathoids are large predatory arachnids. They were originally a small, harmless species on a small away planet. Centuries of genetic manipulation have turned them into towering beasts, able to tear apart prey limb from limb. When raised with the proper controls Zathoids can show an abnormal amount of loyalty, having been known to actively place themselves in dangerous situations to protect their masters. They are usually employed as pets and guard dogs.

Monday, August 9, 2010


Abraxas is a primordial Gnostic creator god, later demonized by the Roman Catholics. He is depicted with the Head of a rooster, a man's body, and serpentine legs, holding an oval shield and a flail or club.

Sunday, August 8, 2010


Scytherites are large, fast-moving, predatory arthropods that live in jungle environments. They do not possess eyes, and instead maneuver through a combination of highly developed smell and a type of sonar. This sonar-sense is so accurate that the creature can track multiple targets in a 360 degree radius at the same time.

Saturday, August 7, 2010


Segmeturites are large, herd-dwelling, grazing animals akin to cattle. Their bodies are covered in a highly flexible but extremely durable body armor, with an orifice on the top. The creature's "head" is projected from the orifice on a very long, flexible neck, in order to spot predators from miles away over it's flat grassland habitat. This "head" merely contains the eyes, the brain is located inside the center of the body. When under attack the Segmeturite withdraws the false head into the body cavity and rolls into a ball, which is nearly impregnable to tooth and claw.

Friday, August 6, 2010


The Squashapus is a genetically engineered animal/vegetable hybrid. They were originally created as designer pets, but given their mean disposition they eventually found their way into the illegal bio-gladiator market, forced to fight other unnatural creations for entertainment and gambling purposes. Hundreds of such creatures are born and bred for such tournaments world wide. Although these tournaments are illegal in most western countries, they tend to flourish in the more lawless areas of the third world.

Thursday, August 5, 2010


This is Barugon, from the 1966 movie Gamera vs. Barugon (or War of the Monsters in the USA.) Barugon is a giant lizard creature with a long, bulbous tongue that can freeze things and has the ability to shoot a rainbow-ray from his back spines.

I've always thought this was a very "happy" looking monster.

Barugon is (c) Daiei

Wednesday, August 4, 2010


Once the overlords of a proud intergalactic empire, Galaphunks are born arrogant. Their days of interstellar conflict are long over. They now live in a highly militarized territory, surrounded by breakaway republics and border wars. Although the imperial guard is still a force to be reckoned with, internal conflict, bureaucratic inefficiency, and a highly polarized class system keeps them in check.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010


Ratclopes are strange, one-eyed rodent mutations that suddenly appeared in central Asia but have quickly spread outward, and have now been spotted on five continents. They are capable of growing up to 3 feet long (including tail) and eat twice their body weight a day. Given proper weather conditions, Ratclopes will spawn by the millions and devastate crops and farmlands. Unlike other rodent species they are highly aggressive, and when food is scarce have been known to attack dogs, cattle, or even people.

Monday, August 2, 2010


Cognitors are a race of aliens who have dedicated their existences to the pursuit of philosophy and reason. When they reach advanced age many of them use cybernetic enhancements to extend their lives, until eventually they end up as disembodied consciousness inside a vast planetary computer network, then able to survive the pressing eons, each furthering his own chosen discipline.

Sunday, August 1, 2010


Trogoblyns are large, malformed, cave-man Goblins. They are generally larger, meaner, and stupider than normal goblins, more prone to resort to brute force and violence. Their smaller cousins tend to use them as cannon fodder.