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Ravenloft Appendix III: Creatures of Darkness (1994)

TSR 2153 - Monstrous Compendium - Ravenloft Appendix III: Creatures of Darkness (1994) – ISBN 1-56076-914-9
This 126-page soft-bound book contains additional creatures for the Ravenloft campaign setting for the second edition of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game. The book also contains an introduction page, a 2-page "How to Use This Book" section, an updated table for the calculation of experience points awarded for new or modified creatures, and a single page listing of creatures from other sources appropriate to the Ravenloft setting.
Creature Page Other appearances Variants Description
Akikage 9 Akikage and Anasasshia
Animator, General Information 10
--Animator, Minor 11
--Animator, Common 12
--Animator, Greater 13
Bakhna Rakhna 14
Baobhan Sith 15
Beetle, Scarab 16 Grave, Giant and Monstrous
Boneless 17
Boowray 18
Bruja 19
Carrion Stalker 20
Carrionette 21 The Created (1993), Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume One (1994), Denizens of Darkness (2002), Denizens of Dread (2004), Dragon #339 (2006)
Cat, Midnight 22
Cat, Skeletal 23
Cloaker, Shadow 24
Cloaker, Resplendent 25
Cloaker, Undead 26
Corpse Candle 27
Death's Head Tree 28-29 Castles Forlorn (1993), Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume One (1994), Dragon #292 (2002), Denizens of Darkness (2002), Denizens of Dread (2004), Dragon #339 (2006)
Doppleganger, Ravenloft 30-31
Furies 32-33 Alecto, Tisiphone and Megarea
Familiar, Pseudo- 34
Familiar, Undead 35
Feathered Serpent 36
Fenhound 37
Figurine, General Information 38
--Figurine, Ceramic 39
--Figurine, Crystal 40 Crystal and Diamond
--Figurine, Ivory 41
--Figurine, Obsidian 42 Smoothed
--Figurine, Porcelain 43
Flea of Madness 44
Geist 45
Ghost, Animal 46 Bear, Wild Boar, Wild Horse, Mountain Lion, Stag and Wolf
Golem, Flesh 47 Monstrous Manual (1993) More powerful version of the Monstrous Manual flesh golem.
Golem, Mist 48-49
Golem, Snow 50
Golem, Wax 51
Gremishka 52
Hag, Spectral 53
Head Hunter 54
Hebi-No-Onna 55-56
Hearth Fiend 57-58
Hound, Phantom 59
Hound, Skeletal 60
Imp, Wishing 61
Ivy, Crawling 62
Jack Frost 63
Jolly Roger 64
Kizoku 65
Lashweed 66
Leech, Magical 67
Leech, Psionic 68
Lich, Defiler 69-70
Lich, Drow 71-72 Drow and Drider
Lich, Elemental 73-74
Lich, Psionic 75-76 Dragon #174 (1991), Van Richten's Guide to the Lich (1993), Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume One (1994), Van Richten's Monster Hunter's Compendium, Volume Two (1999), Ravenloft Dungeon Master's Guide (2003) (as "Psilich")
Living Tatoo 77-78 Dark Man, Living Spear, Panther, Raven and Winged Snake
Lycanthrope, Loup-Garou 79 Lowland and Mountain
Lycanthrope, Werejackal 80
Lycanthrope, Werejaguar 81 Dragon #40 (1980), Dragon #70 (1983), Imagine #28 (1985), Sons of Azca (1991), Night Howlers (1992), Creature Catalog (1993), Van Richten's Guide to Werebeasts (1993), Mystara Monstrous Compendium Appendix (1994), Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume One (1994), Denizens of Darkness (2002), Denizens of Dread (2004)
Lycanthrope, Wereleopard 82
Lycanthrope, Wereray 83
Mist Ferryman 84
Moor Man 85
Obedient 86
Odem 87
Paka 88-89
Plant, Bloodrose 90
Plant, Fearweed 91
Radiant Spirit 92
Recluse 93
Remnant, Aquatic 94
Rushlight 95
Sea Spawn, Master 96
Sea Spawn, Minion 97
Shadow Asp 98
Shattered Brethren 99
Skeleton, Archer 100
(Skeleton), Insectoid 101 Giant Ant, Giant Tick and Stag Beetle
Skeleton, Strahd 102
Skin Thieves 103
Spirit, Psionic 104
Unicorn, Shadow 105-106
Vampire, Drow 107-108
Vampire, Nosferatu 109
Vampire, Oriental 110-111
Virus, General Information 112
--Virus, Combustion and Crystal 113 Combustion and Crystal
--Virus, Petrification and Phobia 114 Petrification and Phobia
--Virus, Psionic and Shadow 115 Psionic and Shadow
Vorlog 116-117
Will O'Dawn 118
Will O'Deep 119
Will O'Mist 120
Will O'Sea 121
Zombie, Cannibal 122
Zombie, Desert 123
Zombie Fog 124 Zombie Fog and Cadaver
Zombie, Strahd 125
Zombie, Wolf 126 Castles Forlorn (1993), Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume One (1994), Ravenloft Gazetteer: Volume I (2002), Libris Mortis (2004)

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