- Plane Weaver
The following page contains stats for monsters, sorted by District. We encourage GMs to use these monsters freely in their LARP. This page is a work in progress and will be updated periodically.
Like a cross between a fishperson and a tonberry.
Like a particularly disgusting fishperson
Appear as normal rodents but wrong
Like an angry mole
Like a spritely angry mole
Pebbles with millipede legs. They can cause hallucinations on anyone they CURSE, which are stronger the more pebbles there are in the vicinity.
The bodies of dogs. Recognizably not dogs.
Opalescent slugs that yawn a lot.
A sticky, oozing monster.
Dogsbodies, but changed.
No one has seen the full extent of these creature which lurks at the bottom of the Eriden, born from centuries of toxic effluence sinking and settling on the riverbed. Reports suggest that it has many claws, eyestalks, mouths and at least one giant eye.
Updated: It seems that the Eriden Leviathan sadly died some time after the transportation of the cities, starved of the ichor waste on which it lived. Its corpse was harvested by the Commission for useful essence.
The floor mutates and twists and screams
Creepy dolls made of moss and with an inclination to chant off-key nursery rhymes.
Moss poppets with limbs sticking out at bizarre angles and far too many eyes.
Twisted walking trees with the bodies of their victims hanging grimly from their branches.
A hulking mass of rotten leaves, worms and shattered bone, which emits a powerful stench.
Huge spiders about the size of a person.
A large, flat-topped tree with blood dripping down its trunk and the sound of gnashing teeth from within. Usually found in a grove, and is accompanied by the Shroud's Snare.
Long, grasping vines that ensnare themselves around the feet of victims, before dragging them into the maw of the Blooded Oak. Accompanies the Blooded Oak.
The bodies of huge spiders, and the heads of dogs, which can swivel a full 180 degrees.
Giant closed bud tulips with pursed lips and dark shades around their eyes. Tell everyone everything, you just can’t stop talking.
Gigantic dark maws somewhere between a huge venus flytrap and a carnivore's mouth. Want to make the players afraid as much as attacking them.
A rose that grows like a weed on the heart
Squamous, ink-black things that hunger for life and warmth.
Like a cross between a conger eel and a dementor.
Like a skeleton left at the bottom of the ocean for a decade. Encrusted with corals and barnacles and riddled with horrible crawling things.
Like a deep-sea anglerfish: only sharper, harder to see, and more like a manifestation of death.
False Light (25%)
Annoying and pleased about it.
4-armed creatures, with each arm armed to the teeth (and teeth armed to the teeth too)
Vicious, stinking hounds of Conflict
Bigger, viciouser, stinkinger hound of Conflict
Armoured, Burning Red Skeletons
Inquisitor-like entities who attempt to drive out the unclean. They wear blank metal masks.
An attempt by the perfection denizen Glory to replicate human bodies. Not overly succesful.
Burning Eyes (50%)
Exterminating Angel (50%)
A monkey with silver fur and eight legs. They can also shoot web.
Like a metallic sphinx, but more smug. Supremely annoying.
Enigmatic Servants of the Emperor of Rastaban
These creatures are wrought when the planes are forcible conjoined with Ichor. This is generally disastrous.
An arcing scythe dripping with black ichor
A hulking humanoid with burning red skin and dribbling ichor waste from its mouth. You were created to help people survive, but only the strongest deserve to survive.
A screaming ball of hatred
4-tentacled creatures, with each arm armed to the teeth (and teeth armed to the teeth too)
A rotting hound dripping fire and darkness
A crystal Constantly vibrating with the power of Ichor and Conflict
Falling from the sky, well, it’s more falling from the land… and it’s less falling and more… sliding? It looks ready to blow, though!
A beauuutiful butterfly with intricate and swirling patterns on its wings. It is a proud and splendiferous creature, and is here to spread the glory of the Magos.
A faceless figure which looks like it was once a person, but that face has been wiped away and replaced with something new
Beautiful Butterflies that are constantly shifting
Brilliant violet strokes of paint that are almost impossible to behold
Shockingly BLUE creatures that resemble balls of ink that bounce off everything they touch
Free flowing fabric that seeks to simply make everything beautiful and exciting
Shockingly YELLOW creatures that resemble aging paper that turn the ground to a crumbling yellow in their every step
Shifting shadows that coalesce into stretching arms and hands. “Let me just borrow that…”
“You can trust me… I’m on your side, after all. I just got locked out by mistake, and now you can just let me back in, right?”
A long slate covered with writing that grows and grows whenever someone speaks
A wiry creature with a large monocle
A daunting figure dressed in black