List of Dungeons & Dragons 3.0 Edition Monsters - WTC 88165 - Deities and Demigods (2002)

Deities and Demigods (2002)

Creature Page Other Appearances Variants Description
Cyclops 132-133 Giant humanoid notable for a single eye in the forehead; from the Olympian pantheon.
Faun 133-134 Woodland humanoid of the Olympian pantheon.
Minion of Set 158-159 Warrior servant of the evil god Set from the Pharaonic pantheon.
Mummy, Greater 159-161 Template added to a humanoid character. Also includes a sample Greater Mummy.
Einherjar 199-200 Fallen warrior chosen to fight at the time of Ragnarok.
Valkyries 200-201 Quasi-deity female warrior of the Asgardian pantheon.

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