I actually finished this several days ago, but holiday preparations distracted me from posting.
First ettin all done!
This is the last of the set - since they’re large creatures, we’re only doing 4 of them.
I never think of 2-headed giants when I hear the term “ettin” - instead it makes me think of Stargate’s goa'uld (which, of course, were called that by the Norse-style human cultures in that show precisely because they have “2 heads” - just one is inside the other). Possibly I’ve just watched that show too many times.
And there they are, all done!
Up next will be a set of ettins, as the first of pack #3.
And that’s the last of them. Tomorrow I’ll have the set image that goes into the permanent gallery.
Primitive as they are, the troglodytes do still have magic users, of course!
Not a whole lot to say about this one. Troglodytes are especially primitive, seldom even using the recovered weapons of their enemies, so their access to ranged gear is limited.
Maybe it’s a little strange for a lizard-person to carry its young this way - presumably troglodytes lay eggs, and most egg-laying creatures are at least mobile almost as soon as they hatch, but oh well.
I don’t think I realized how many different varieties of “lizard-person” monsters there are in Dungeons & Dragons. This is basically the 4th version of such things I’ve done.
Here's the complete set!
Aaaand there's the set.
Only one more to go!
And shaman makes 4.
Still nothing interesting to say.
I think this one's my favorite of this set.