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Savage Coast Monstrous Compendium Appendix (1996)

TSR 2524 - Savage Coast Monstrous Compendium Appendix (1996)
This monstrous compendium was released as a fully online product as part of the revised Savage Coast campaign setting for the second edition of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game. It was made freely available by Wizards of the Coast here in two variants, as a rtf-file and a text file, with images presented as separate files. Several characters are misrepresented in these files, they are presented here as given. The monstrous compendium contains a table of contents, an introduction with explanations of the monster statistics and special rules and considerations for the Savage Coast setting.
Creature Page Other appearances Variants Description
Aranea Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume Three (1996) Not to be confused with similar creature defined in Monstrous Compendium - Mystara Appendix (1994), D&D Expert Module X1 Isle of Dread, D&D Expert Module X2 Castle Amber
Arashaeem
Batracine
Caniquine
Cat, Marine
Cinnavixen
Critter, Temple
Cursed One
Deathmare
Dragon, Introduction Powerful and intelligent, usually winged reptiles with magical abilities and breath weapon.
-- Dragon, Crimson
-- Dragon, Red Hawk
Echyan
Ee'aar
Enduk
Fachan
Feliquine
Fiend, Narvaezan
Frelôn
Ghriest
Glutton, Sea
Goatman
Golem Aelder (lesser), Glassine Horror (lesser), Red (greater) and Hulean Juggernaut (greater)
Grudgling
Heraldic Servant Aurochs, Bear, Bee, Dolphin, Dragon, Eagle, Griffon, Horse, Lion, Phoenix, Ram, Rooster, Sea Horse, Sea Lion, Stag, Black Swan, Talbot, Tyger, Unicorn and Wyvern
Hermit, Sea
Jorri
Juhrion
Kla'a-Tah Kla'a-tah and clŠu-rin
Leech, Legacy
Lich, Inheritor
Lizard Kin Cayma, Gurrash, Krolli and Shazak
Lupasus
Lupin Monstrous Compendium - Mystara Appendix (1994), D&D Expert Module X2 Castle Amber
Lyra Bird, Sarag—n
Malfera
Manscorpion, Nimmurian
Mythu'nn Folk
Na‰ruk Monstrous Compendium - Fiend Folio Appendix (1992) (Stwinger), Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume One (1994) (as Faerie, Petty) Squeaker and Stwinger
Neshezu
Nikt'oo
Nosferatu
Omm-wa
Omshirim
Parasite Inheritor Lice, Powder Moth, Jibarœ Pest, Lupin Plague, Cardinal Tick and Vermilia
Phanaton, Jibarœ
Plant Monstrous Compendium - Mystara Appendix (1994) (Amber Lotus), D&D Expert Module X2 Castle Amber (Amber Lotus) Amber Lotus, Eyeweed, Vermeil Fungus, Scarlet Pimpernel and Gargo—an Rose
Pudding, Vermilion
Rakasta Monstrous Compendium - Mystara Appendix (1994), D&D Expert Module X1 Isle of Dread, D&D Expert Module X2 Castle Amber
Ray, Forest
Shedu, Greater Monstrous Manual (1993)
Shimmerfish
Skinwing
Spawn of Nimmur Spawn of Nimmur and Ziggurat Horror
Spider-spy
Spirit, Heroic
Spirit, Wallaran Kangaroo, Koala and Kookaburra
Succulus
Swampmare
Swordsman, Clockwork Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume Four (1998)
Symbiont, Shadow
Tortle Monstrous Compendium - Mystara Appendix (1994) Tortle and Snapper
Troll, Legacy
Trosip
Tyminid
Utukku
Voat
Voat, Herathian
Vulturehound
Wallara
Wurmling
Wynzet
Yeshom
Zombie, Red

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