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What happens in the aftermath of a war between Pantheons...
A look at the damage 4th Edition causes...
31st-level and counting.
...because sometimes, a hundred arms just isn't enough...
The old Hecatonchiere was greatly in need of a makeover and all it took was some message board teasing.
The final part of the Throne of Bloodstone super-module reimagining.
Three different flavours of Orcus.
An adventure for 100th-level characters (with scaling rules for changing the level). A reimagining of the Throne of Bloodstone super-module.
A philosphical look back at the highest level published adventure in D&D history; "Throne of Bloodstone" and asking (and hopefully answering) the hard questions, such as how can you convert or create new 100th-level adventures for D&D 3rd Edition.
They don't come any more powerful than this...okay, thats not quite true, they do. But lets take a look at some cosmic neighbours...
Okay so say you wanted to fight the Hulk...
How do all your favourite Sci-fi entities measure up against the Immortals...?
Galactus the world devourer and the Silver Surfer ready to lay the cosmic smackdown.
I'll use this page to house any special materials I happen to add. First up is Neutronium.
The Prince of Demons (and his Avatar) invite you to your destruction.
This page has links to new monsters created by people other than myself using the Epic Bestiary. Current monsters currently include: Conversion notes for a Psionic Cogent (Psionic World Flayer), Lavos (Brobdingnagian Teratoid Tarrasque), Maladric (Human Akalich Sorceror 68) and an Atata Banshee (Time-Tortured Banshee).
The clay guardian...and golem...and sentinel...and gargant...and colossi...and leviathan...
A few epic insights of my own.
You don't want to make mother nature angry...
Why epic and immortal fighters still wear armour. Also a revision to spell slots above 9th-level that will save your epic campaigns hours of prep work.
The most powerful monster that never appeared in the Scarred Lands setting.
My thoughts on how to better balance Deities & Demigods.
Okay, you have seen him in Jason and the Argonauts, now introduce him to your players.
What if the Tarrasque had been a monster in the Epic Level Handbook?
Tiamat!? Never heard of her!
Unleash the King of Monsters upon your campaign.
A method (with accompanying table) for updating AD&D Immortal Monsters into d20. It also includes the Demonic Hierarchy titles.
This is simply a table listing the various ranks of divinity and how such divinity within the Immortals Handbook compares to previous efforts. Namely the (OD&D) Wrath of the Immortals and the Primal Order.
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