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This week's update is a few creepy disembodied, demonic body parts. Floating eyes and grasping hands, perfect for the dungeon inside a massive demon.
Whoops, forgot to update yesterday. Things were a bit crazy, so I'm updating today instead. Today we have a poison elemental (which can also be a wind elemental, if the original wind one is not to your taste), some azer, and a balloon mushroom and its toxic spores. Azers are bronze statues imbued with sentient fire, from Dungeons & Dragons. Enjoy!
Alrighty, we've got a new update this week. These are monsters from Dungeons & Dragons again. We've got Intellect Devourers, who drain your brain and take its place. Then we have Grells, who are deadly brain beasts with paralyzing tentacles. Finally, we have a Flumph. These guys are venomous but friendly and meek denizens of the Underdark.
Today's update has some giant enemy crabs, and monsters loosely based on the D&D creatures known as Mephits. Mephits are elemental beings that combine two of the base elements, from Fire, Earth, Air, and Water. In D&D they are Sand, Magma, Smoke, Steam, Ice, and Mud. Here I have Lightning instead of Smoke for the combination of Fire & Air, and their appearances are a bit more diverse than the pointy goblinoids they resemble in the official art. Enjoy.
This weeks' update might seem a bit odd for an Underworld theme. Lots of seemingly-ordinary cats. But then, cats were considered good luck charms and protectors in death in ancient Egypt. We also have some less-surprising classic red devils, and a Final Fantasy monster, the Magic Pot. Enjoy.
This week's update is a writhing, stitched mass of appendages, and a series of bipedal dragons, with and without armour. Some demon that just happens to resemble a dragon, or maybe a draconic lord of the underworld? Enjoy.
Working on a Premium version of my minimap plugin that will have advanced functionalities such as drawing a Terrain map based completely on the users tilesets, whatever they may be, and drawing minimap radar icons automatically based on texture of the event the note is applied to.