Naga's Den, submitted by Fire. If my D&D Monster Manual memory serves me, a Naga is a sort of hideously human-like snake monster of about eight hit dice. I can't comment on the number of hit points that this particular Naga has, but he/she/it obviously prefers drawing creepy pictures over terrorizing adventurers in a dungeon.



Sometimes the Sorceress likes to play with her victims in very strange ways.

Be sure to check out both "victims" galleries featuring women (and a couple men) transformed into various animals and objects by the "sorceress" and her magic.

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