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1977 Edition Edit

TSR 1001 - Dungeons & Dragons - Basic Rulebook (1977)Edit

The Dungeons & Dragons Basic Set was printed in 1977, as the initial book for the basic Dungeons & Dragons game, and was based upon the original work published in 1974 and three of the supplementary booklets to the original set. Much like the first edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual, also printed in 1977, this book collected many of the monsters from the previous D&D supplements, and included the stat lines on the same page as the monsters' descriptions. The monster descriptions are found on pages 22-33 of the book. Most descriptions do not feature illustrations.

Creature Page Other Appearances Description
Bandit 22
Basilisk 22 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Berserker 23
Black pudding 23 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Blink dogs 23 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Bugbear 23 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Carrion crawler 23 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Chimera 23 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Cockatrice 23 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Displacer beast 24 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Djinni 24 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Doppleganger 24 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Dragon 24-25 Dungeons & Dragons "white box" (white, black, and red dragons), Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk (brass dragon) Includes white, black, red, and brass dragons.
Dwarf 25 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Elf 25 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Gargoyle 26 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Gelatinous cube 26 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Giant 26-27 Dungeons & Dragons "white box" (all but storm giant), Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk (storm giant) Includes hill, stone, frost, fire, cloud and storm giant.
Giant tick 27 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Gnome 27 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Goblin 27 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Gray ooze 27 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Green slime 27 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Griffon 28 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Harpy 28 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Hell hound 28 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Hippogriff 28 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Hobgoblin 28 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Horse 28
Hydra 28 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Kobold 28-29 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Lizard man 29 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Lycanthrope 29 Dungeons & Dragons "white box" (wereboar, werebear, weretiger, and werewolf), Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk (wererat) Includes the wereboar, wererat, werebear, weretiger, and werewolf.
Manticore 29
Medusa 29 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Manticore 29 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Mummy 30 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Nixie 30 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Ochre jelly 30 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Ogre 30 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Orc 30 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Owl bear 30 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Pegasi 30 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Pixie 30-31 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Purple worm 31 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Rust monster 31 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Shadow 31 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Skeleton 31 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Spectre 31 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Stirge 31-32 Dungeons & Dragons Supplement I: Greyhawk
Troll 32 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Unicorn 32 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Vampire 32 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Wight 32 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Wraith 32 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Yellow mold 33 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"
Zombie 33 Dungeons & Dragons "white box"

1981 Revision Edit

TSR 2014 - Dungeons & Dragons - Basic Rulebook (1981)Edit

The fourth edition of the D&D Basic Rules, this version was first printed in 1981, and is generally known as the "red book". The page numbers are prefixed with B; creature descriptions are found on pages B30 through B44. Few of the descriptions include illustrations, and most descriptions are limited to one paragraph. (ISBN 0-935696-48-2).

Creature Page Other Appearances Description
Acolyte B30 Non-player character (NPC) variant.
Ape, White B30
Bandit B30 NPC variant.
Bat B31 Includes normal and giant bats.
Bear B31 Includes black, grizzly, polar and cave bears.
Beetle, Giant B31 Includes fire, oil and tiger beetles.
Berserker B32 Human variant.
Boar B32
Bugbear B32
Carrion Crawler B32
Cat, Great B32 Includes mountain lion, panther, lion, tiger and sabre-tooth tiger.
Cave Locust B33
Centipede, Giant B33
Doppleganger B33
Dragon B33-B34 Includes white, black, red, green, blue and gold dragons.
Driver Ant B34
Dwarf B35 NPC variant.
Elf B35 NPC variant.
Ferret, Giant B35
Gargoyle B35
Gelatinous Cube B35
Ghoul B35
Gnoll B35
Gnome B35-B36
Goblin B36
Gray Ooze B36
Green Slime B36
Halfling B36 NPC variant.
Harpy B36
Hobgoblin B36
Insert Swarm B37
Killer Bee B37
Kobold B37
Living Statue B37 Includes crystal, iron and rock living statues.
Lizard, Giant B38 Includes gecko, draco, horned chameleon and tuatara.
Lizard Man B38
Lycanthrope B38-B39 Includes wererat, werewolf, wereboar, weretiger and werebear.
Medium B39 NPC variant.
Medusa B39
Minotaur B39
Mule B39
Neanderthal (Caveman) B39
Noble B39-B40 Human variant.
Normal Human B40 Human variants.
NPC Party B40 NPC variants.
Ochre Jelly B40
Ogre B40
Orc B40
Owl Bear B40
Pixie B41
Rat B41 Includes normal and giant rats.
Robber Fly B41
Rock Baboon B41
Rust Monster B41
Shadow B41-B42
Shrew, Giant B42
Shrieker B42
Skeleton B42
Snake B42-B43 Includes spitting cobra, pit viper, sea snake, giant rattler and rock python.
Spider, Giant B43 Includes crab spider, black widow and tarantella.
Sprite B43
Stirge B43
Thoul B43
Trader B43 NPC variant.
Troglodyte B44
Veteran B44 NPC variant.
Wight B44
Wolf B44 Includes normal and dire wolves.
Yellow Mold B44
Zombie B44

TSR 2015 - Dungeons & Dragons - Expert Rulebook (1981)Edit

The D&D Expert Rules were first printed in 1981, and is generally known as the "blue book". The new rules allowed for outdoor, wilderness-based adventures (over and above dungeon adventures), and for characters up to 14th level. The page numbers are prefixed with X; creature descriptions are found on pages X28 through X42. Again, few of the descriptions include illustrations, and most descriptions are limited to one paragraph. (ISBN 0-935696-29-6).

Creature Page Other Appearances Description
Antelope (Herd Animals) X28
Basilisk X28
Black Pudding X28
Blink Dog X28
Caecilia X28
Camel X28
Centaur X29
Chimera X29
Cockatrice X29
Crab, Giant X29
Crocodile X29 Includes normal, large and giant crocodiles.
Cyclops X29
Devil Swine X30
Displacer Beast X30
Djinni (Lesser) X30
Dragon Turtle X30
Dryad X30
Efreeti (Lesser) X31
Elemental X31 Includes air, earth, fire and water elementals.
Elephant X31
Fish, Giant X31-X32 Include giant piranha, giant rockfish, giant catfish and giant sturgeon.
Giant X32 Includes hill, stone, frost, fire, cloud and storm giants.
Golem X33 Includes wood, bone, amber and bronze golems.
Gorgon X33
Griffon X33
Hawk X33 Includes normal and giant hawks.
Hellhound X33-X34
Hippogriff X34
Horse X34 Includes riding, war and draft horses.
Hydra X34
Invisible Stalker X34
Leech, Giant X34
Manticore X35
Mastodon X35
Men X35-X36 Includes brigand, buccaneer (pirate), dervish, merchant and nomad; NPC variants.
Mermen X36
Mummy X36
Nixies X36
NPC Party X37 Includes adventurers, cleric, fighter and wizard parties. NPC variants.
Octopus, Giant X37
Pegasus X37
Pterodactyl X37 Includes pterodactyl and pteranodon.
Purple Worm X38
Rhinoceros X38 Includes normal and woolly rhinoceros.
Rhagodessa X38
Roc X38 Includes small, large and giant rocs.
Salamander X38 Include flame and frost salamanders.
Scorpion, Giant X39
Sea Dragons X39
Sea Serpent (Lesser) X39
Shark X39 Includes bull, mako and great white sharks.
Spectre X39
Squid, Giant X40
Stegosaurus X40
Termite, Water X40 Includes swamp, fresh and salt water termites.
Titanothere X40
Toad, Giant X40
Treant X40
Triceratops X41
Troll X41
Tyrannosaurus Rex X41
Unicorn X41
Vampire X41-X42
Weasel, Giant X42
Whale X42 Includes killer whale, narwhal and sperm whale.
Wraith X42
Wyvern X42

TSR 9044 - D&D Basic Module B3 Palace of the Silver Princess (1981)Edit

The Palace of the Silver Princess has the dubious honour of being the only D&D module ever published by TSR to be recalled immediately after distribution, ostensibly for editorial issues and questionable artwork. Two versions of the module exist: the extremely rare orange-cover original printing (available for download as a PDF from Wizards of the Coast), and the more common green-cover revised edition. The original version added 13 new creatures; at least two of these survived in the revised edition, but the majority were removed. The original version of the module was issued as ISBN 0-935696-31-8. (Page numbers provided below are from the Wizards of the Coast PDF download.)

Creature Page Other Appearances Description
Archer Bushes 26 Believed retained in revised edition.
Baric 26 Removed from revised edition.
Bubbles 26 Removed from revised edition.
Decapus 26-27 Retained in revised edition.
Diger 27 Believed removed from revised edition.
Ghost 27 Believed removed from revised edition.
Giant Marble Snake 27 Believed removed from revised edition.
Jupiter Bloodsucker 28 Believed removed from revised edition.
Monkey, Giant Marmoset 28 Believed removed from revised edition.
Poltergeist 28 Believed removed from revised edition.
Protectors 28 Believed removed from revised edition.
Purple Moss 28 Believed removed from revised edition.
Ubue 29 Removed from revised edition.

TSR 9043 - D&D Expert Module X1 The Isle of Dread (1981)Edit

The Isle of Dread was the first module published for use with the D&D Expert Rules, in 1981. It contained a New Monsters section on pages 28-30, containing 15 previously unpublished creatures. This module was included in the Expert Rules boxed set. ISBN 0-935696-30-X.

Creature Page Other Appearances Description
Allosaurus 28
Ankylosaurus 28
Aranea 28 D&D Expert Module X2 Castle Amber
Brontosaurus 28
Dimetrodon 29
Elk, Giant 29
Grangeri 29
Kopru 29
Megatherium 29
Native 29 NPC variant.
Phanaton 30
Phororhacos ("Sword Beak") 30
Plesiosaurus 30
Rakasta 30 D&D Expert Module X2 Castle Amber
Trachodon 30

TSR 9051 - D&D Expert Module X2 Castle Amber (1981)Edit

Castle Amber was the second module published for use with the D&D Expert Rules, in 1981. It contained a New Monsters section on pages 24-27, adding 17 new monsters either previously unseen or published in D&D Expert Module X1. ISBN 0-935696-51-2.

Creature Page Other Appearances Description
Amber Lotus Flowers 24
Amoeba, Giant 24
Aranea 24 D&D Expert Module X1 Isle of Dread
Brain Collector 24
Death Demon 25
Golem, Mud 25
Grab Grass 25
Gremlin 25
Killer Trees 25
Lupin 25-26
Magen 26 Includes hypnos, demos, caldron and galvan magen.
Pagan 26 NPC variant.
Phantoms 26
Rakasta 26 D&D Expert Module X1 Isle of Dread
Slime Worm 27
Sun Brother 27
Vampire Roses 27

1983 RevisionEdit

TSR 1013 - Dungeons & Dragons - Companion Rules, Dungeon Master's Companion (1984)Edit

The Dungeon Master's Companion divides creatures into two groups: those from the Prime Plane and those from Other Planes. These are listed separately below. The creature descriptions are found on pages 28-42 of the book; again, most descriptions do not include illustrations. Notably, the first list of creatures is not presented in alphabetical order. Neither the Companion Set nor its individual books (Player's and Dungeon Master's Companions) have an ISBN.

Creature (Prime Plane) Page Other Appearances Description
Beholder 28
Blast Spore 29
Dolphin 29
Dragon 29-31 Includes large and huge variants of the red, blue, green, black, white and gold dragons.
Dragon Turtle 31
Drolem 31
Gargantua 32 Includes gargantuan carrion crawler, gargoyle and troll.
Gremlin 32
Haunt 32 Includes banshee, ghost and poltergeist.
Golem, Mud 33
Golem, Obsidian 33-34
Grab Grass 34
Malfera 34
Manscorpion 34
Manta Ray 34
Mujina 34
Phantom 35 Includes apparition, shade and vision.
Toad, Rock or Cave 36
Shark 36 Include bull, mako and great white sharks.
Snow Ape 36
Spectral Hound 36
Spirit 37-38 Includes druj, odic and revenant.
Weasel, Giant 38
Whale 38 Includes killer whale, sperm whale and narwhal.
Creature (Other Planes) Page Other Appearances Description
Aerial Servant 39
Basilisk 39 Describes additional abilities/penalties applicable to native plane of existence.
Cockatrice 39 Describes additional abilities/penalties applicable to native plane of existence.
Djinni, Lesser 39 Describes additional abilities/penalties applicable to native plane of existence.
Djinni, Greater 39
Efreeti, Lesser 39 Describes additional abilities/penalties applicable to native plane of existence.
Efreeti, Greater 39-40
Elemental 40 Describes additional statistics and abilities/penalties applicable to native plane of existence.
Gorgon 40 Describes additional abilities/penalties applicable to native plane of existence.
Helion 40
Horde 41
Hydrax 41
Invisible Stalker 41 Describes additional abilities/penalties applicable to native plane of existence.
Kryst 42
Medusa 42 Describes additional abilities/penalties applicable to native plane of existence.
Plasm 42 Includes normal and giant plasms.
Salamander 42
Undine 42

Later PublicationsEdit

TSR 9173 - AC9 - Creature Catalogue (1986)Edit

Creature Catalogue was the first full book of monsters for the basic edition of the Dungeons & Dragons game, published in 1986 after the Basic, Expert, Companion, and Master sets. In this book is collected all the creatures first presented in the official Dungeons & Dragons adventure modules to that time, plus many new creatures. Pages 3-7 contain an Introduction, pages 8-10 contains a comprehensive index of all D&D monsters found in this book, and the Basic, Expert, Companion and Master rule sets, pages 11-89 contain the monster descriptions, pages 90-91 contain a creature "type" index, and pages 92-96 contain an index to creatures by habitat. The monsters are divided into six sections, arranged by creature type: Animals (pages 11-21), Conjurations (pages 22-31), Humanoids (pages 32-48), Lowlifes (pages 49-58), Monsters (pages 59-81), and Undead (pages 82-87).

ISBN 0-88038-315-1

Creature Page Other Appearances Description
Cat, great 12 Includes the bekkah, cheetah, jaguar, lynx, spotted lion, and wildcat.
Dinosaur 13 Includes the allosaurus, ankylosaurus, brontosaurus, titanothere, and tylosaurus.
Dog 13-14 Includes normal and war dogs.
Eagle 14 Includes normal and great eagles.
Eel 14-15 Includes electric, giant and weed eels.
Elk, giant 15
Fish, giant 15 Includes giant catfish and giant piranha.
Frog, giant poisonous 15-16
Gargantua 16
Hawk 16 Includes normal and giant hawks.
Lizard, giant foot-pad 16-17
Magpie 17 Includes normal and giant magpies.
Megatherium 17
Octopus, giant 18
Owl, giant 18
Oyster, giant 18
Piranha (cold-water) 18-19
Porcupine, giant 19
Raven & crow 19-20 Includes normal and large ravens and crows.
Rhinoceros 20 Includes normal and wooly rhinoceros.
Shark, Vamora 20
Skunk 20-21 Includes normal and giant skunks.
Snake 21 Includes normal and giant rock rattlers.
Squid, giant 21
Desert ghost 23
Faedorne 23-24
Fundamental 24 Includes air, earth, fire, and water fundamentals.
Gargoyle, iron 24-25
Golem 25 Includes rock and silver golems.
Guardian warrior & horse 25-26
Homunculus 26-27 Includes the ulzaq, gretch, and fylgar.
Huptzeen 27
Juggernaut 27-28 Includes stone and wood juggernauts.
Kal-muru (ship bane) 28
Living statue 28-29 Includes silver, rock/ooze, jade, and steel living statues.
Magen 29 Includes hypnos, demos, caldron, and galvan magen.
Nightmare 29-30
Reflecter 30
Silver warrior 30-31
Soul eater 31
Winged warrior 31
Bhut 33
Cay-man 33
Chameleon man 33-34
Crone of chaos 34
Cryion 34-35
Dark wing 35
Elf, aquatic 35-36
Flitterling 36
Garl 36-37
Gator man 37
Hephaeston 37
Hutaakan 38 Includes priest, warrior, and other hutaakeen.
Kara-kara 38-39
Kna 39
Lupin 39-40
Man, isolated 40-41 Includes the cynidiceans, quariks, and traldar (warrior, vocal, and other).
Man, primitive 41-42 Includes the native, wild man, and barbarian.
Oard 42-43
Pachydermion 43
Phanaton 43
Rakasta 44
Rock man 44
Shark-kin 44-45
Shargugh 45
Sis'thik (desert scourge) 45-46
Snapper 46
Sollux (sun brother) 46-47
Stalwart 47
Tortle 47
Triton 48
Wood imp 48
Amber lotus flower 50
Amoeba, giant 50
Archer bush 50
Fyrsnaca 50-51
Herex 51 Includes larval and adult herex.
Jellyfish, giant 52 Includes marauder and man-o-war.
Killer tree 52
Leviathan 52-53 Includes desert and marine leviathans.
Masher 53
Red worm 53-54
Scorpion 54
Serpentweed, giant 54
Sirenflower 54-55
Slime worm 55
Spider, giant 55-57 Includes the giant hunting spider, giant sand spider, giant shroud spider, and huge wood spider.
Steam weevil 57
Strangle vine 57
Strangleweed 57-58
Vampire rose 58
Whipweed 58
Aranea 60
Ash crawler 60
Baldandar 60-61
Banshee, lesser 61
Bargda 61
Beetle, earthquake 62
Beholder, aquatic 62
Brain collector 62-63
Chevall 63
Death demon 63-64
Decapus (land and marine) 64
Dragon, sea 64
Dragonfly 64-65 Includes the white, black, green, blue, and red dragonflies.
Dragonne 65
Dusanu 65-66
Fungoid 66
Gakarak 66-67
Geonid 67
Ghostly horde 67
Grangeri 67-68
Gyerian 68
The Hivebrood 68-70 Includes broodling, hivebrood, hiveleader, broodmother, and hivemind.
Hook beast 70 Includes hook horror and hulker.
Hypnosnake 70-71
Ice wolf 71
Kopru 71
Kraken 72
Lamara 72
Lava lizard 72-73
Leveller (bodendruker) 73
Nagpa 73
Pegataur 74
Phantom, lesser 74
Phororhacos ("sword beak") 75
Piranha bird (lesser and greater) 75
Pocket dragon 75-76
Polymar 76
Randara 76
Roper 76-77
Sabreclaw 77
Scamille 77-78
Sea horse 78
Sea serpent 78
Surtaki 78
Tabi 79
Thunderhead 79
Water weird 79-80
White-fang 80
Wychglow 80-81
Xytar 81
Yowler 81
Agarat 83
Dark-hood (rorphyr) 83-84
Death leech 84
Dragon, undead 84-85
Elder ghoul 85
Grey philosopher 85 Includes the grey philosopher and malice.
Haunt, lesser 86
Mesmer 86
Phygorax 86-87
Possession 87
Sacrol 87-88
Topi 88
Vapour ghoul 88
Velya 88-89
Wyrd 89 Includes normal and greater wyrds.

TSR 1071 - Rules Cyclopedia (1991)Edit

The Dungeons & Dragons Rules Cyclopedia was published in 1991. It was intended as an encyclopedia of all the major rules for the basic Dungeons & Dragons game up to that point, including most of the information appearing in the previous boxed set. Chapter 14 of the book, pages 152-218, presents most of the monsters used in the basic D&D game once again. Several pages of that chapter describe how to use the statistics, as well as providing suggestions on how to use the monsters. The actual monster descriptions are found on pages 156-213 of the book.

ISBN 1-56076-085-0

Creature Page Other Appearances Description
Actaeon (elk centaur) 156
Adaptor 157
Aerial servant (haoou) 157
Animal herd 157
Ant, giant 157
Ape, snow 157-158
Ape, white 158
Archon 158
Athach 158
Baboon, rock 158
Bandit 158
Basilisk 159
Bat 159 Includes normal and giant bats.
Bear 159 Includes the black, grizzly, polar, and cave bears.
Bee, giant 160
Beetle, giant 160 Includes fire, oil, and tiger beetles.
Beholder 160-161
Berserker 161
Black pudding 161
Blackball (deadly sphere) 162
Blast spore 162
Blink dog 162
Boar 162 Includes normal and giant boars.
Bugbear 162
Caecilia 162
Camel 163
Carrion crawler 163
Cat, great 163 Includes the moutain lion, panther, lion, tiger, and sabre-tooth tiger.
Centaur 163
Centipede, giant 163
Chimera 164
Cockatrice 164
Crocodile 164 Includes normal, large, and giant crocodiles.
Crab, giant 164
Cyclops 164
Devilfish 165
Dinosaur, aquatic 165 Includes small, large, and armored dinosaurs.
Dinosaur, land carnivore 165-166 Includes small, large, and flying dinosaurs.
Dinosaur, land herbivore 166 Includes small, medium, and large dinosaurs.
Displacer beast 166
Djinni (lesser) 166-167
Djinni (greater; pasha) 167
Dolphin 167
Doppleganger 167
Dragon 168-171 Includes the white, blue, black, red, green, and gold dragons; statistics are given for the small, large, and huge varieties of each dragon.
Dragon, gemstone 171 Includes the crystal, onyx, jade, sapphire, ruby, and amber dragons.
Dragon ruler 172 Includes Pearl (the Moon Dragon), Ruler of all Chaotic Dragons; Diamond (the Star Dragon), Ruler of all Lawful Dragons; Opal (the Sun Dragon), Ruler of all Neutral Dragons; and the Great One, Ruler of All Dragonkind.
Dragon turtle 173
Drake 173 Includes the mandrake, wooddrake, colddrake, and elemental drake.
Drolem 173
Dryad 174
Dwarf 174
Efreeti, lesser 174
Efreeti (greater; amir) 174
Elemental 175-176 Includes air, earth, fire, and water elementals.
Elemental ruler 176
Elephant 176 Includes normal and prehistoric elephants.
Elf 177
Faerie 177
Ferret, giant 177
Fish, giant 177 Includes the giant bass, giant rockfish, and giant sturgeon.
Gargantua 177-178 Includes gargantuan carrion crawler, gargoyle and troll.
Gargoyle 178
Gelatinous cube 178
Ghoul 178
Giant 179 Includes hill, stone, frost, fire, cloud, storm, mountain, and sea giants.
Gnoll 180
Gnome 180
Goblin 180
Golem 180 Includes wood, bone, obsidian, mud, amber, and bronze golems.
Gorgon 181
Grab grass 181
Gray ooze 181
Green slime 181
Gremlin 181
Griffon 181
Hag 182 Include black and sea hags.
Halfling 182
Harpy 182
Haunt 182-183 Includes the banshee, ghost, and poltergeist.
Headsman (and thug) 184
Helion 184
Hellhound 184
Hippogriff 184-185
Hobgoblin 185
Horde 185
Horse 185 Includes the riding horse, war horse, draft horse, and pony.
Hsiao (guardian owl) 186
Hydra 186
Hydrax 187
Insect swarm 187
Invisible stalker (sshai) 187
Kobold 187
Kryst 187-188
Lava ooze 188
Leech, giant 188
Lich 188
Lizard, giant 189 Includes the gecko, draco, horned chameleon and tuatara.
Lizard man 189
Locust, giant 189
Lycanthrope 190-191 Includes the wererat, werewolf, wereboar, weretiger, werebear, werebat, werefox, wereshark, wereseal, and devil swine.
Malfera 191
Manscorpion 191
Manta ray 192 Includes normal and giant manta rays.
Manticore 192
Medusa 192
Mek 192
Men 193-194 Includes the brigand, buccanner/pirate, dervish, noble, nomad, and trader.
Merman 194
Metamorph 194-195
Minotaur 195
Mujina 195
Mule 195
Mummy 195
Mystic 195-196
Neanderthal (caveman) 196
Nekrozon 196
Nightshade 196-197 Includes the nightcrawler, nightwalker, and nightwing.
Nixie 197
Normal human 197-198
Nuckalavee 198
Ochre jelly 198
Ogre 198
Orc 199
Owl bear 199
Pegasus 199
Phantom 199-200 Includes the apparition, shade, and vision.
Phoenix 200 Includes lesser and greater phoenix.
Pixie 200
Plasm 200-201 Includes normal and giant plasms.
Plesiosaurus 201
Pterosaur 201 Includes small (pterodactyl), medium (pteranodon) and large pterosaurs.
Purple worm 201
Rat 201 Includes normal and giant rats.
Revener 202
Rhagodessa 202
Robber fly 202
Roc 202 Includes small, large, and giant rocs.
Rust monster 202
Salamander 202-203 Includes flame and frost salamanders.
Sasquatch 203
Scorpion, giant 203
Shadow 203
Shark 203 Includes the bull, mako, and great white sharks.
Shrew, giant 203
Shrieker 203
Skeleton 204
Slug, giant 204
Snake 204 Includes the spitting cobra, giant racer, pit viper, sea snake, giant rattler, and rock python.
Spectral hound 205
Spectre 205
Sphinx 205
Spider, giant 206 Includes the crab spider, black widow, and tarantella.
Spider, planar 206
Spirit 207 Includes druj, odic, and revenant.
Sporacle 208
Sprite 208
Statue, living 208 Includes crystal, iron, and rock living statues.
Stirge 208
Termite, water 209 Includes swamp, fresh water and salt water termites.
Thoul 209
Toad 209 Includes the giant toad and the rock/cave toad.
Treant 209
Triceratops 209
Troglodyte 210
Troll 210
Tyrannosaurus rex 210
Undine 210
Unicorn 211
Vampire 211-212
Weasel, giant 212
Wight 212
Whales 212 Includes killer whale, great whale and narwhal.
Wolf 212 Includes normal and dire wolves.
Wraith 212
Wyvern 213
Yellow mold 213
Zombie 213

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