King Lizard – Steal this Monster

 Posted by on February 10, 2011  Filed as: Steal this Monster  3 Responses »  Topic(s):
Feb 102011
 
King Lizard - Steal this Monster

When two Lizardfolk tribes unite, local merchants have reason to be nervous, and militia men start keeping extra watchful eyes. When all the Lizardfolk in an area suddenly fall into line, riders scour the land for heroes. The first ones on the scene are rarely the last standing. Tales abound about the King Lizard. These massive humanoids wear scales of dark green with hues deep [Read the article]

Greenscale Warrior – Steal this Monster

 Posted by on February 8, 2011  Filed as: Steal this Monster  3 Responses »  Topic(s):
Feb 082011
 
Greenscale Warrior - Steal this Monster

The traders were foolish, to say the least. Knowing the Lizardfolk to be savage, they mistakenly assumed them to be simple. With¬†two adventurers hidden among them, the traders¬†went to see the tribal leader. When the leader arrived with only two warriors, the adventurers attacked – thinking to take the Lizardfolk’s resources while giving nothing in return. Their arrogance was dashed away when two score warriors [Read the article]

The Devolution of Lizardfolk

 Posted by on February 7, 2011  Filed as: World-Building  11 Responses »  Topic(s):
Feb 072011
 
The Devolution of Lizardfolk

The Lizardfolk (or Lizardmen in earlier editions) have been part of Dungeon and Dragons since 1975, first appearing in the Greyhawk Supplement written by Gary Gygax and Robert Kuntz. That makes the Lizardfolk a part of D&D far longer than myself. I really got to know them when I was DMing my first campaign in 3X. Not even knowing their history, they struck me as [Read the article]