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Monstrous Hybrid Files for BASH Fantasy

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Monstrous Hybrid Files for BASH Fantasy

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Currently, I am working on the third hybrid creature file for BASH Fantasy - the Tarantula-Hawk. I should be able to post it in the next day or two.

Already available for viewing are:

The Ant-Lion:
http://d-infinity.net/game-content/oddi ... e-ant-lion

The Wolf-Spider:

http://d-infinity.net/game-content/bash ... olf-spider

These two and the Tarantula-hawk feature the fanciful, fantastic cartoonery of William Thrasher, and statblocks and background by me. Other possibles for the future include the Viper-fox [which doesn't follow the real world pun name-game of the other three, but hey, it looks like a cool critter, as well as the sea-lion, sea-wolf, and the medieval classic - the cameleopard.
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These critters remind me so much of Piers Anthony 's Xanth novels, which were *brimming* with puns. :P Still pretty good as Fantasy, though. Also the cartoony art style reminds me of the first edition Monster Manual. Oddly that helped a lot back then; some of the monsters (like the demons) would have been a bit *too* scary if they had a more "realistic" look.
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