Monday, June 8, 2009

Dungeons & Dragons: Satan's Game

(If you don't get the title, look up Dead Alewives. Really.)

On my other blog, in the bowels of LiveJournal, I do a series of posts entitled "The Monsters of Dungeons and Dragons", in which I explain the monsters of Dungeons and Dragons. Since I started the series, a new edition of D&D has come out. I haven't got to that yet. I'm still in the letter "H" of the old Monster Manual! Maybe I'll never finish this, but who cares - it'll be fun while I still feel like it. ...Which I guess is sort of circular.

So far I had 15 parts, and now part 16 is online. A list of links for your convenience:

Parts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

And now... The Monsters of Dungeons and Dragons, Part XVI, from Gorgon to Half-Fiend. Read them if you're in the mood to be entertained by nerdy things!

(I'd post them here, but I don't know how to duplicate the LiveJournal-specific codes. Perhaps if I figure that out...)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

Jake Jesson said...

Thanks, Anonymous!

Rick said...

when I was player there two monster that we pray to never meet, one of them was the gargantua, big as Empire State and bad as a avian flu, and the second and in my opinion the worst of all monsters, the tarrasque, a creature that according the legends was created with only one purpose, destruction and chaos, according with other ancient scripts this creatures grow so much because it eat a lot of Generic Viagra and one or two mages, anyway this creature is almost immortal and with a strength almost divine.
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Jake Jesson said...

That last spam comment is so hilarious I'm actually going to let it stay up.