Also known as a death snail or a skull slug
Intelligent cockroaches of frightening size
A vile an insidious pest
List of Kaiju
Appearing as mutilated humanoids with large heads, Nihilids are terrifying to encounter. They are thankfully rare.
Lightning elementals are rare, the conditions required for a bolt of lightning to become self sustaining and self aware are very unusual and uncommon. As such, artificial elementals far outnumber wild ones.
oft eliciting nervous laughter, the Bikini Situation involves not bathing suit bottoms, but rather a problem that arose from the bottom of the Bikini atoll in the Pacific. It is a serious issue for the Pacific Rim Coalition.
A shuddering heap of corpses and rotting soil, Logeko the Vile is a demon of of death and decomposition
Also known as Ghost Wasps
Also known as the Splendid Forest Serpent, the Dragon of the Barrens, and the Keeper of the Mysteries of the Ssesha
The sins of Goldeveki are beyond count, but chief among those sins is the creation of the chimera that bears their name.
Also known as sack-boys or burlap men
A relentless and unearthly durable type of dimensional fatigue 'denizen'
Post-Racial template for the Cosmic Era
Pioneering new vistas in technology, the Kanmusu are sentient autonomous ships.
The first documented virtual illness.
A mutation of Legionnaire's Disease, Space Sickness, or Space Lung, is a not uncommon malady of the Cosmic Era
The virtual police/help function of the CogNet
There will come a day when mankind discovers the means to leave his solar system, to strike out into the galaxy and the myriad of stars and worlds beyond his own. There will come a great and terrible shock, because beyond that safe border, the galaxy is bright, and full of monsters
Strange things can be found in deep space, well away from the gravity and nuclear fury of a living star
Silk Armor? The Mongols wore silk undergarments under layers of leather armor. Why? Because silk is very strong. If an arrow hit them and made it through their armor, it would usually not have enough energy to puncture the silk. It could still enter their body but, because the silk would not break, the arrow's barbs could not do their work and the arrow could easily be removed leaving a relatively clean wound considering normal arrow wounds.