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Dark Sun Monstrous Compendium Appendix II: Terrors Beyond Tyr (1995)

TSR 2433 - Dark Sun Monstrous Compendium Appendix II: Terrors Beyond Tyr (1995) – ISBN 0-7869-0097-0
This 128-page soft-bound book is the second appendix to the Monstrous Compendium series designed for use with the Dark Sun campaign setting for the second edition of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game. It contains a page with a table of content, a 2-pages "How To Use This Book" section and 3 pages of random encounter charts, with the remainder consisting of the descriptions of the fictional monsters. Some entries also contain the descriptions of individual members of these monster types.
Creature Page Other appearances Variants Description
Aarakocra, Athasian 8-9
Animal, Domestic 10-12 Aprig, Carru, Mulworm and Sygra
Aviarag 13
Baazrag 14
Baazrag, Boneclaw 15
Bloodgrass 16
Cactus, Hunting 17
Cactus, Rock 18
Cilops 19
Crodlu 20 Dune Trader (1992) Cordlu and Heavy Crodlu
Dagorran 21
Dhaot 22
Drake (Lesser), General 23
-- Drake, Magma 24
-- Drake, Rain 25
-- Drake, Silt 26
-- Drake, Sun 27
Dray 28-29 City by the Silt Sea (1994) Dray, Kalin Riders and Kalin Mount Race of tall, lean, draconic humanoids created from humans by Dregoth, the Undead Dragon King; kalin riders: elite templar troops of Dregoth; kalin mount: 12-foot-long (3.7 m) aggressive insectoid creatures used as mounts by kalin riders
Drik 30-31 Drik and High Drik
Dune Reaper 32-33 Drone, Warrior and Matron
Dwarf, Athasian 34-35
Elemental Beast, General 36-37
-- Elemental Beast, Air 38
-- Elemental Beast, Earth 39
-- Elemental Beast, Fire 40
-- Elemental Beast, Water 41
Elf 42-43 Elf and Half-Elf of Athas
Fael 44
Feylaar 45
Fordorran 46
Giant, Shadow 47
Golem, General 48
-- Golem, Magma 49
-- Golem, Salt 50
Gorak 51 Gorak and Giant Gorak
Half-giant 52
Halfling 53
Human 54-58 Ex-slaves, Herdsmen, Dune Traders, Ex-gladiators, Nobles and Templars
Jhakar 59
Kaisharga 60-61
Kes'trekel 62
Klar 63
Krag 64-65 City by the Silt Sea (1994) Undead with special powers related to the element or paraelement that killed it
Kragling 66 City by the Silt Sea (1994) Skeletal Undead created and controlled by a krag and associated with that krag's element
Lirr 67 Lirr and Mountain Lirr
Mastyrial 68-69 Desert and Black Mastyrial
Meorty 70-71
Mul 72-73
Nikal 74
Pakubrazi 75
Paraelemental Beast, General 76
-- Paraelemental Beast, Magma 77
-- Paraelemental Beast, Rain 78
-- Paraelemental Beast, Silt 79
-- Paraelemental Beast, Sun 80
Psionocus 81
Psurlon 82-83 Planescape Monstrous Compendium Appendix III Psurlon, Psurlon Adept and Giant Psurlon
Raaig 84-85
Racked Spirit 86
Retriever, Obsidian 87
Ruktoi 88
Ruvkova 89 Planescape Monstrous Compendium Appendix III Brajeti, Ethilum, Kaltori, Zathosi
Sand Howler 90
Scorpion 91 Barbed and Gold Scorpion
Seed, Brain 92
Silt Horror, Black 93
Silt Horror, Magma 94
Silt Horror, Red 95
Silt Spawn 96-97 City by the Silt Sea (1994) The young of a Silt Horror, this tentacled creature lives in groups in the shallows of the Sea of Silt
Slig 98-99
Spider 100-101 Dark, Mountain and Silt Spider
Spinewyrm 102
Ssurran 103
Stalking Horror 104
Tarek 105-106 Tarek and Tarek Shaman
Tari 107-108 Tari, Tari Warrior and Tari Chieftain
Thri-kreen 109-110
Tohr-kreen 111-115 J'ez, J'hol, T'keech and Tondi Tohr-kreen
Trin 116 Thri-Kreen of Athas (1995) 9-foot-long (2.7 m) moderately intelligent insectoid creatures with four legs and two clawed arms, primitive relatives to thri-kreen
Tul'k 117
T'liz 118-119
Undead 120-123
Wraith, Athasian 124-125
Xerichon 126
Zombie, Thinking 127-128

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