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Liva Jensen

Babalon’s Hangover

Concept: “The mother of abominations woke up expecting after a feast held in the pits of doom and gloom.”
Content: 40 diverse monsters to add depth and flavor; many truly striking concepts
Writing: Some evocative prose and poetry; first- and second-person instructional text adds a personal tone but may break immersion for some readers
Art/design: Skillfully captures Mörk Borg’s aesthetic
Usability: Streamlined stat blocks, clear tables, and instructional text for linked entries and creature categories

Gallowag Prowlers

Concept: “They blend into the muck, crawl along walls and quietly stalk unsuspecting PCs.”
Content:
A stealthy ambush enemy
Writing:
Some brief lore and a simple stat block with a sneak attack special ability; also includes lair and loot
Art/design:
Minimal text arranged on a detailed and characterful illustration
Usability:
Simple and straightforward to use but with potential to add some extra color to a particularly slimy, nasty dungeon

Oxomoco

Concept: “A macabre artist with the wings of a chiroptera. She is perfect in every way, a goddess of the night.”
Content:
An adaptation of the Aztec deity of night, astrology, and calendrics
Writing:
A straightforward stat block with descriptions full of visual and visceral imagery
Art/design:
Illustration blends prolific and the macabre elements in a very well-devised and -executed composition
Usability:
Potentially dangerous in combat, but well suited (and probably more compelling) in a more narrative or character-driven role

Squirming Pike

Concept: “A fishlike abomination with salt pouring from its mouth.”
Content:
An odd abomination with overtones of memory and trauma
Writing:
A concise stat block with a few sentences of descriptive text
Art/design:
The layout’s overall gestalt creates a sense of fluid, sinuous motion while maintaining clarity and readability
Usability:
Seems well suited to be a lurking, menacing antagonist rather than an overtly combative challenge

The Burning King

Concept: “Viciously sizzling with primal rage, clad in curdled blood.”
Content:
A bestial adversary with savage, apocalyptic flavor
Writing:
Establishes the character but leaves room for GM interpretation and tweaking
Art/design:
Layout balances text with image while creating a sense of dynamism; color draws attention to jaws and claws, emphasizing the monster’s lethality
Usability:
High stats and immunity to magic make this a challenge even for hardened scvm 

Throat Singer

Concept: “A feral not-quite-animal with the voice of an angel”
Content:
A fairly light-weight monster that’s heavy on character
Writing:
A straightforward stat block with descriptive text that adds depth and detail to the concept
Art/design:
The full-page illustration reinforces the tone and adds to the atmosphere
Usability:
Larger groups may pose more significant challenges to PCs
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