Bestiary – Collector’s Edition
Collector’s Edition: This deluxe Collector’s Edition of the Bestiary has a faux leather cover with gold foil print. It will be printed in a limited quantity – When it’s gone it’s gone!
From cat people to chimeras, fairies to frog people, hippogriffs to hydras, and much more – this Bestiary for the Dragonbane roleplaying game includes no less than 63 wondrous creatures for the player characters to encounter. Each of them is brought to life in text and art, as well as a random encounter and a seed for a complete adventure. Among these fantastic beings, there are nine new playable kin, each with their own unique ability. The full-color hardcover book is gloriously illustrated by Johan Egerkrans and David Brasgalla.
Note: To make even more use of this book, there is a complete set of cardboard standees for the creatures in it for use on a battle map, available separately.
Also note that most (but not all) of the art in this book was previously published in the Bestiary for the earlier edition of Drakar och Demoner from 2016.
Oh, will no good deed go unpunished? I suppose time will tell, but right now things are looking bleak indeed. I have wandered, ridden, climbed, crawled, and swum all over this earth; I have spoken with all manners of creatures, observed, analyzed, and recorded almost everything worth knowing about the people and beings of the world. And yet here I am, unthanked and crouched in a godforsaken crevice, hunted by several of the creatures that I’ve graciously included in my catalog. How astoundingly rude!
– Theodora Sneezewort, one of a kind
“Of the many TTRPGs played this year, Dragonbane stands out as one of the best.”Screen Rant Review
“This feels like the kind of game that you play when you may have forgotten why you enjoy fantasy roleplaying, just to remind yourself of some of the wonders of adventuring.”Gnome Stew Review
“Dragonbane is now my go-to fantasy TTRPG, and it gets a huge recommendation from me.”Pop Geeks Review
“Classic fantasy fun in a modern shell.”Tabletop Magazine Review