Zack: There are so many amazingly bad monsters we didn't get to in this installment.
Steve: At least a half-dozen variations on "ape man."
Zack: Dozens of reptile and amphibian humanoids.
Steve: Golems, giants, and strange one of a kind monsters you will probably never see again in a D&D product.
Zack: Maybe we should do this again?
Steve: I'm always up for more monsters, but I think we should ask our readers what monsters they would like to see.Zack: That sounds like a great idea, Steve.
Steve: I know.
Zack: If you would like to suggest a monster or two from either the Monstrous Compendium or the Monstrous Manual please email me or Steve with your suggestion. Please include the page number and exact book title if possible.Steve: What about the new contest?
Zack: Not yet.
Steve: Forget I said anything!
Hey, have you guys ever seen a picture of a cat before? Well, guess what. It’s your lucky day, because I’m mixing the concept of a picture of my cat with the concept of the Internet!
Once again I'm stuck with a useless egg man statue and nobody to tend to my robust physical and emotional needs. Worst of all, the egg man didn't even come with a stool. I have to share my recliner and bed with him, and he is not sensitive to my needs at all.
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.