Darkest Demons, Devils, and Dungeons Zine Bundle + PDF
…a set of three small booklets, 22 pages each. One, Darkest Demons, contains 6-7 over the top demons and a new way of looking at them and incorporating them into your game. The next, Darkest Devils, introduces 9-10 new, humorously literal yet lethal, devils. The third book provides a ridiculous, dark dungeon, with just a hint of Chick’s nightmare scenario, for GMs to run their players through.
The stats and rules here are geared towards your favorite fantasy roleplaying games without crossing into anyone’s copyrighted material, so you’re going to see levels and XP and challenge numbers for each monster. GMs can, of course, tweak these creatures to whatever suits their game. Or maybe you’d just like to laugh or gawk in disbelief at the ludicrousness of the monsters. I don’t judge.
By Doug Tabb
The illustrations are vintage etchings of what demons were believed to look like in 1863 (by French artists Louis Le Breton and M. Jarrault)