Thursday, September 30, 2010

Sea Dragons

Dragons adapted to life in the open ocean. Like dolphins or whales, sea dragons are air breathing creatures and must periodically surface. Ancient adults are capable of remaining underwater for hours at a time. Sea Dragons are generally solitary creatures, and will have a lair in deep underwater caves with trapped air pockets.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010


The Arannicha is a giant guardian deity of an isolated village on a faraway south seas island. The natives make regular animal sacrifices to their God, including (in times past) humans. Western explorers consider the god a myth, as despite many eyewitness reports hard evidence of the Arannicha has not yet been obtained.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010


The Palkloppi are a tribe of stout, cyclopean humanoids with oblong heads. They have three fingers on each hand and two toes on each foot, and have arms longer than their legs. They are naturally bald, but have been observed wearing headdresses made of leaves. They are a highly superstitious people, and have many complex rituals for the most mundane of actions.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Green Dragon

Green Dragons are forest dwellers. They will usually make their lairs in damp, sheltered places, such as caves, gullies, or ravines. Green dragons expel a poisonous, venomous gas, although there are breeds which breathe fire as well.

Sunday, September 26, 2010


Genmus are large, predatory, flightless birds. Specimens of up to 15 feet tall have been observed. Genmus will attack any creature it deems a threat to it's territory, including other Genmus.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Cainaline Dragon

Cainaline Dragons are have a long, winding body type, are warm blooded, and are covered in hair. The older the specimen is, the longer it grows. Cainalines are natural magic users. Most adults develop the ability to fly by harnessing the Earth's ambient magical energy. Cainalines will usually focus their innate magical abilities towards the pursuit of one (usually positive) emotion or concept, such as love, vigor, happiness, wisdom, or Luck. They are generally good natured and friendly towards humans, although "evil" Cainalines are known to exist.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Sammy the Squid

Samuel J. Bronkowits was a successful investment banker, with a promising career and a beautiful family. All of that changed one day when he woke up to find his lower body transformed completely into a writhing mass of tentacles. Sammy lost his job, his family, and his sanity, and spent several years on the streets living out of garbage cans. Sammy eventually pulled himself up after he began exhibiting himself in a circus side show.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Quetzal Dragon

Quetzal Dragons are large, feathered serpents. Quetzals grow to immense sizes, up to hundreds of feet for the truly ancient. The head is serpent-like, with a large amount of brightly colored plumage. The rest of the creature's body may or may not be feathered, depending on breed. There is a subset of this type which is also winged. Quetzal dragons were worshiped in the pre-Colombian Americas.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010


Cutethulu lies in the sunken city of Ryeleeeth, waiting until the stars are right, then he and his plushy minions will rise, and exterminate mankind with hugs and snuggles.

That is not dead which can eternal lie.
And with strange aeons even death may die

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Carrion Frog

Carrion Frogs are overlarge land dwelling amphibians, which have a very large mouth and a wrinkled appearance. True to their name they feast mostly on carrion and the occasional small animal. They are fierce and highly territorial, and will attack others of their species on sight.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Felidade Dragon

A type of dragon with an erect body type and feathered wings. Felidades walk with a feline-like gait when upon the ground. They are homeothermic (warm blooded,) and have a relatively high metabolism. They generally grow to a maximum size of 10 feet at the shoulder. Felidades are highly intelligent (as are most dragons) and maintain a highly ridged social structure amongst themselves. They are very honorable, and will enlist in the service of those to whom they owe debts.

Sunday, September 19, 2010


The Scrudinegook is a type of space borne, slimy parasite which attaches itself to comets, meteors, and dust particles. When such an object makes planetfall, the spores may lay dormant for millions of years. When a proper host comes along and inhales Scrudinegook spores, transformation will begin at a cellular level almost immediately. The host becomes covered in a bluish, slimy substance, while the alien activates and mutates pieces of the host's junk DNA. The resulting creature could have any number of different features, eyes, wings, limbs, etc, including some body parts which are virtually unaffected.

Saturday, September 18, 2010


Phanzqlix are bipedal amphibians which live in swamps and salt marshes. They live in loose communal tribes. They do not have a sense of private property beyond small trinkets. Responsibility for raising children falls upon all adults in the community. The Phanzqlix will usually select one representative when dealing with outsiders, while the rest of the tribe remains isolated.

They have acquired a taste for the high fructose corn syrup carbonated drinks introduced to them by explorers, and readily trade various types of native handcrafts for as much as they can acquire.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Blue Dragon

Blue dragons tend to live in sandy, arid environments, such as deserts or brush land. They are carnivorous, and like to feast upon horses, camels, or other dragons. Blue dragons have a lightning breath weapon. They are notorious for casting illusions to trick weary desert travelers.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Gordy the gourd

Gordy was born with an extremely rare congenital defect, so rare that it is virtually unknown to medical science. He was nicknamed "The Gourd" by cruel and taunting children, but soon adopted the name as his own. Against all odds Gordy enlisted in the Marines, and severed for several years in Afghanistan. He eventually left the service a decorated war hero. This soon lead to a stint in the CIA, where Gordy's unique stature allowed him to gather information in unorthodox ways. After single handily foiling a terrorist plot to poison the nation's Chi Tea latte supply Gordy received the congressional medal of honor. Gordy now runs his own private security firm, although he won't deny rumors of active CIA involvement.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010


Kittahdactyls are bizarre mutations that just appeared one day around a city waste dump. There are allegations of improper waste disposal from several bio-genetic companies at the site which may have mutated local alley cats into the new species. Kittahactyls immediately became very popular to keep as pets, although most professional trainers find the creatures far too dangerous to domesticate.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010


Corn was born as Billy Buckenhimer Junior, the son of a prominent farmer. When Billy came of age he inherited the family business. One day Billy tried an untested experimental genetically engineered fertilizer from the Cristix corporation. The corn harvest was huge that year, but something strange happened. The chemicals from the fertilizer somehow infused Billy with Corn DNA, giving him superhuman strength and resistance to injury. Billy now spreads fear, using his new super corn powers to exact vengeance on those responsible for his mutation.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Lilith, Mother of demons

Lilith began in Mesopotamia as Lilitu, a demon of the night and wind.

In Jewish folklore, Lilith was Adam's first wife. Adam rejects her because she refuses to lie beneath him during intercourse. God casts Lilith out of the garden, and in her jealousy she mates with demons and gives birth to monsters. She is depicted in the old testament as a "night bird" or demon of the night.

In later medieval belief she became a baby-snatching succubus, blamed for infant mortality syndrome. She is often depicted as a normal human being with the feet of a bird of prey. Newborn male children were often adorned with amulets to protect them, as Lilith apparently had no interest in females.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

The Wawel Dragon

The Wawel dragon lived under Wawel hill, in Krakow, Poland. The beast terrorized the local inhabitants with it's fiery breath, and would only be appeased by a regular sacrifice of young girls. The dragon was eventually destroyed when a young cobbler's apprentice tricked it into devouring a lamb stuffed with sulfur. The dragon took the bait, then grew incredibly thirsty from the sulfur, and soon drank himself to death at a nearby river.

Saturday, September 11, 2010


The Icegedunk is a cryptid from North America. The creature resembles a seal, but has a long tapering body that ends in a fleshy wheel like structure which is used for locomotion. The existence of such creatures have not been substantiated.

Friday, September 10, 2010


Turnipids are sentient vegetable creatures. They live in large communal gardens, usually located on plateaus, mountains, or other isolated areas. The creature's roots have structure in such a way as to allow locomotion. Like all plants they create their own food via photosynthesis, however they also possess a rudimentary digestive system and thus routinely supplement their diet with animal protein, mostly taken from various types of insects which are reared much like livestock.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Cave Dragon

Cave Dragons are gigantic, subterranean lizards. As young they are born blind, and use a highly developed sense of smell to hunt bats, rodents, and small animals. As the beast grows to gargantuan size it develops keen night-vision that allows it to hunt on the surface at night.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Bone Spirit

Bone Spirits are ghosts which have existed on Earth for countless ages, so long they have forgotten the last vestiges of their former earthly lives. For one reason or another they stayed behind on the Earthly plane, perhaps seeking closure for an Earthly injustice of some kind. But time wears on, and those who live upon the Earth have short memories.

They roam the landscape, slowly counting the ever lasting years, watching nations raise and fall and taunting them with the countless transient lives of human beings which seem to flash before them in the blink of an eye. Who can say what insanity goes through the mind of a being trapped on this Earthly plane who's life ended before the advent of language? How can such a being find closure when all it knew in life lived, died, and turned to rot so long ago as to be counted on a geologic scale?

Truly it is not those who pass on to parts unknown which are cursed, but those who are left behind, as few of us possess the fortitude to withstand infinity.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Magma Dragons

Magma dragons are large bipedal dragons that live in molten magma. The creature's hide develops a thick, protective rock-like layer that allows it to survive in the harsh environment. Magma dragons tend to nest in the open calderas of volcanoes or in magma pools in deep caves.

Monday, September 6, 2010


The Siphonatrix are a species of space borne parasites. The creature emits spores which drift through the void until they come in contact with a rocky body (such as a moon or asteroid) or even a space craft. They creatures then feed upon the solar wind as a type of microscopic "space plankton." They are generally harmless in this state, however if exposed to a rich nitrogen-oxygen atmosphere they mature into overlarge monstrous versions of themselves. Once in this state the creatures will swarm and attempt to consume any electromagnetic power sources, as well as organic materials (such as people.) A general standing rule throughout the galaxy is to eliminate any Siphonatrix colonies on sight.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Laetus Demon

Laetus Demons are primitive, bulky entities that roam Hell's lower levels. Unlike their other demonic companions, the Laetus tribe is strangely contented with life in Hell amongst the burning flames. They happily go about their business torturing and punishing the souls of the damned. Their cheery disposition tends to get on the nerves of other demons, who delight in bullying them.

Saturday, September 4, 2010


In Wampanog folklore, a Pukwudgie is a short, trollish like nature spirit, with large ears, nose, and hands, and smooth skin. They are said to have several different magic powers, such as the ability to disappear, transform into animals, or instantly create fire. If one crosses a Pukwudgie it's best to leave them alone, else they might follow you home and play cruel tricks.

Friday, September 3, 2010


Dobkeratops (also called the Gommander, in certain gaming magazines) is the first boss from the arcade game R-Type. It appears as some sort of strange bio-mechanical alien, and when first encountered appears to be in the process of being assembled (as it's missing arms and legs.) While the head is upper part is clearly organic, the lower part is covered with body armor and mechanics/circuitry can be seen inside. The Dobkeratops returns in one form or another in all games in the series.

Thursday, September 2, 2010


In Greek mythology, Medusa is one of the three Gorgons. In traditional mythology she his depicted with a head full of snakes, winged, and with a gaze that can turn those who look upon it into stone. She is beheaded by the hero Perseus, and her head is used as a weapon until it is finally given to the goddess Athena and placed on her shield. This image became a protective talisman known as the Gorgoneion.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010


A new genetically engineered pet from the Cristix corporation. Kittahpillars combine the DNA of common ordinary house cats and exotic South American butterflies. The resulting creature is a very, very long cat with multiple segments and off-colored spots. Kittahpillars were initially very successful, but complaints began to roll in once the creatures began to pupate.