THE UNREDEEMED BEAST

In “Dawn of the Overmind“, below the Undercity of Penumbra, deeper than the Tuennelscape is the Nethermost. This is where the Annulus lies guarded by the Unredeemed Beast. Presented as much as a puzzle than straight up combat my PCs figured out the Annulus was inside the thing and decided to purposely get swallowed and […]

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ILLITHOCYTE

in “Dawn of the Overmind“, below the Undercity of Penumbra, deeper than the Tuennelscape is the Nethermost. This is where the Annulus lies guarded by the Unredeemed Beast. But before that, a gargantuan swarm of illithocyte need to be dealt with – which my level 19 party did by using chain lightning to wipe them […]

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Enslavers

Taken from the Warhammer 40 RPG.  A much scarier version of a grell. ENSLAVERS Contact with the creatures known only as Enslavers is thankfully rare, for they are amongst the most dangerous xenos the Imperium has ever catalogued. A trio of Enslavers can condemn a dozen or more worlds to domination and destruction, it is […]

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KOG (Cazdal), SUPER MUTANT

in “Dawn of the Overmind“, below the Undercity of Penumbra, deeper yet, there are the Tunnelscapes dominated by warring grimlock tribes each sure they are in the right about the interpretation of a shared religious article – the Gyor (“grey“) and the Hiao (“green“). The party must travel through the Tunnelscape and find a way […]

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velvet ants

in “Dawn of the Overmind“, below the Undercity of Penumbra, deeper yet, there are the Tunnelscapes dominated by warring grimlock tribes each sure they are in the right about the interpretation of a shared religious article – the Gyor (“grey“) and the Hiao (“green“). One of the tribes has learned to “tame” velvet ants – […]

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penumbrian grimlock (Gyor or Hiao)

in “Dawn of the Overmind“, below the Undercity of Penumbra, deeper yet, there are the Tunnelscapes dominated by warring grimlock tribes each sure they are in the right about the interpretation of a shared religious article – the Gyor (“grey“) and the Hiao (“green“). The adventure does not go into a lot of detail about […]

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