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The Glass Wyrm

The Glass Wyrm published on 3 Comments on The Glass Wyrm

This guy was inspired by Guy’s channel on Youtube – “How To Be A Great GM.” He recently released an absolutely magical video describing a glass dragon. Zach and I loved the idea and ran with it. Watch his video here:

I’m a bit in love with the adventure hook involving a Medusa that worships a dragon that also petrifies people. Perhaps she tracks it across the great dudes, bringing it stone statues that it can more easily encase in its white-hot vanity. Or perhaps they seek to make one another into statues for their own twisted reasons.

When my party gets out of the mist-drenched forests of Barovia, they’re definitely going to have a non-test encounter with a glass wyrm and its dubious cultist.

Zach and I intended to release this guy to everyone as a kind of preview of the content we plan to be making, and as novelty to share with the world — this paper mini is absurdly huge and cannot be contained by such pettiness as a paywall.

But I also uploaded everything so late last night that I went on auto-pilot and paywalled the entire thing. It only occurred to me at breakfast just now that I’d messed that up. It’s fixed now, so you should be able to grab everything right here for free:

Monster Cards

Monster Cards published on 4 Comments on Monster Cards

Wizards, Lizards, and Wizard Lizards use the common Spapback as a sort of guard dog. They’re not meant to kill people, but they can. Rather, they’re meant to hold intruders in place until someone in charge can come deal with them.

These tiny fey shape-shift into a common prey animal and hide among those animals. Their friends are always nearby, in nearly infinite number, ready to materialize in the blink of an eye and defend their comrade(s) and, as is often the case, nearby chickens that they’ve adopted.

The mysterious origin of the Tweedle is hotly debated. They are intelligent creatures that use tools and weapons, but they don’t share the massive personality neuroses of other eyeball monsters, so many do not believe them to be related in any direct way.


Hey guys, it was a Zach comic week, so he went ahead on these monster cards, because he likes them. I, the writer and usual creator of scripts and lettered, final comics, am not dealing with the pandemic well, or with my mother’s health. This is why the comic has not been updated in advance like usual. Until I have some sense of normalcy, enjoy a regular interlude of Zach’s ideas.