List of Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition Monsters

List Of Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition Monsters

Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition (see editions of Dungeons & Dragons) was released in 2008. The first book containing monsters to be published was the Heroic Tier adventure Keep on the Shadowfell, followed closely with the release of the first set of "core" rulebooks.

Read more about List Of Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition Monsters:  WTC 21718 - Keep On The Shadowfell (2008), WTC 21720 - Monster Manual (2008), WTC 21828 - Forgotten Realms Campaign Guide (2008), WTC 21783 - Adventurer's Vault (2008), 239667200 - Monster Manual 2 (2009), 253840000 - Monster Manual 3 (2010), 253840000 - Dark Sun Creature Catalog (2010), 244650000 - Monster Vault (2010), 283640000 - Monster Vault: Threats To The Nentir Vale (2011)

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