Wormcrawl Island Bring the kids to lovely Wormcrawl Island this summer! All proper tropical islands come with an active volcano; if yours does not, ask for your money back. The map includes a half-collapsed stone building of indeterminate function, as well as various forms of difficult terrain. Our opposition comes in the form of a gravecrawler CR 19 Neutral undead worm from MM2, known for slowly petrifying enemies and six blessed spawn of Kyuss.
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With that in mind, you might imagine that Elder Evils had a certain tone to it. Instead, the nine evils presented here are so vast, so dramatic and so powerful they can end or change a campaign world forever. Atropus — an undead orb the size of a moon that wants, and can, end the multiverse.
Father Llymic — an alien trapped in ice and with a mental influence that corrupts the world. The Hulks of Zoretha — five monoliths that will spearhead a dimensional invasion. The Leviathan — a chaotic beast that encircles the world. Pandorym — a doomsday weapon from beyond the multiverse. Ragnorra — a being that births terrible monsters and remakes the world. Sertrous — the powerful spirit of a demon serpent. The Worm that Walks — the worm infested giant zombie-corpose of a slain god.
Zargon — an unkillable monster imprisoned in a city of mad worshippers. The Elder Evils 5th edition conversion on GM Binder has summaries and full-length features on each of these evils.
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Overwhelming 11 By succeeding on this check, a character knows the sign is an evil omen. Each section describes the effect of the sign at the four intensities listed above. Blood Moon "And the moon shone crimson, drenching the lands with the color of blood. In its ill-omened light, people went mad with rage and turned on each other in hate.
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Click to expand Um, excuse you? It would be considered CR They brought it and trapped it, though many gave their lives to do so. They brought it to threaten the gods, which they did. And the gods responded. But the evil remains, imprisoned.
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Edit Examples of these beings included Atropus , an undead planetoid said to be the first atropal , a stillborn god; Zargon the Returner, the original lord of the Nine Hells who was cast out by Asmodeus ; Father Llymic , a being of intense power from the Far Realm who escaped the plane of madness to destroy the world but was encased in ice by elven mages; Pandorym , an entity from a space between the planes whose mind was imprisoned in a huge crystal, that was called to the world by the ancient Imaskari to intimidate the gods of their slaves. Collectively known as the "Elder Evils," these beings generally care nothing for any mortal race, offering only madness and destruction. Bolothamogg had some sort of alliance with the demon lord Areex. It was believed that the Eldest was the first aboleth of Abeir-Toril , and the ancestor of the aboleth that lived in the world of Toril around DR. Appearing as part squid and part centipede, this massive creature burrowed through the deepest reaches of the world, driven only by its unending hunger. It ate stone, magma, creatures, and anything else in its path. An undulant mass of seething fluid the size of a mountain, Shothotugg traveled through the gulfs of space from world to world, poisoning and parasitizing any world on which it alighted.