A type of combat oriented synthetic lifeform, specificially engineered to counter supersoldiers, martial artists, and infantry forces
'Where the hell did that come from"
No one is really sure what a Xamek is, or if they even exist
Cyber-Satyrs are an uncommon but increasingly popular sexual/charisma based cyber and genetic modification profile
The Elemental is a well known and well established unit in the gaming universe, and they are invariably humanoid shaped hulks or amorphous blobs of the element they are composed of. This is lacking in imagination.
The lich is a form of sentient undead who cannot be killed until the object containing their soul is destroyed. The Electric Lich borrows the concept and moves it into the CE
A practical, if extreme, cybernetic modification, for people who live in aerostats, space colonies, and on ships
Some people opt to combine the upper torso of a robot with the legs of a larger industrial vehicle, creating for themselves, a cybernetic centaur body.
Eye-Borgs are an expensive and rare form of cyborg/robot
The Flayed Ones were once men, terrible and evil men, and they were punished for their heinous deeds.
Spellseekers are strange creatures from the Astral plane that are drawn to the material plane by shoddy spellcasting or uncontrolled magic. They are vermin
The immortal wealthy
In the Non-Canon House of the Forsaken branch of the CE, the Meklords are the dark face of the Seibertronians
Also known as Gelatinous Folk
Also known as a death snail or a skull slug
Intelligent cockroaches of frightening size
A parasitic mold with an unusual lifecycle and powerful mind-control properties.
A vile an insidious pest
A horde of devious, ferocious, tenacious, and atrocious creatures, beasts, and monstrosities to populate the northern realms of your fantasy. Get them while they're cold!
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A man is arrested for mass murder and found to be insane. Piles of corpses were found on his property, neatly stacked torsos with the skin peeled off and the limbs removed. The man readily admits the work is his, though he claims he was only chopping down trees, removing their branches, debarking them, and then stacking them to season.
The man may have swung the axe but it was a Druid who caused the delusion. This Druid is still on the loose and likely to repeat the crime. In time he may get more creative in his "punishments."