boglebogleech dndShare on FacebookShare on Twitter349IMAGESBOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!VIDEOTiktok Mom Calls Out Influencer 😳Custom Minis from Eldritch FoundryMini Moments #1#116. Was 2023 the Best or Worst Year for TTRPG's?A Little Hexblade TrickPlayers Crashed The Campaign But Made It FAR Better Than What I PlannedCOMMENTSBOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters! The Monsters of Dungeons and Dragons Written by Jonathan Wojcik My infatuation with Dungeons and Dragons actually began before I'd ever even heard those two words together, having acquired a bendable rubber Carrion Crawler at a very young age.BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters! Top Thirteen Undead A Dungeons and Dragons Monster Review by Jonathan Wojcik From mindless, moldering zombies to fashionable vampire counts, the living dead have long been popular culture's favorite monstrous realm and a given in any fantasy adventure setting.BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!A strange, simple, neat little monster that could at least make a memorable encounter in a murky bog. Perhaps they would have left a more lasting impression if their double-bodied nature had any sort of gameplay mechanic, which it unfortunately did not.BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters! Otyughs! Written by Jonathan Wojcik A D&D staple, the Otyugh was probably inspired by the Dionaga or "trash compactor monster" from Star Wars, as its entire concept is of an unseen, horrible tentacled thing hiding under mounds of decaying garbage, exposing only its periscope-like eyestalk to keep watch for prey.BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!Introduced in the original Fiend Folio, the Meenlock is a hairy, spiny, nasty little bug-faced gremlin whose habits sound straight out of a child's nightmares; living at the bottom of deep, well-like shafts, Meenlock will "mark" you for disturbing the entrance to their lair, stalking you from the shadows and sending telepathic threats that they'...BOGLEECH: D&D Monsters!These Weirds enjoyed a couple good decades of snaking up from various puddles and piles to bite adventurers in the face, until, inexplicably, they were republished under the apparent presumption that their only glaring flaw was a lack of breasts.