Tag: Creatures

Worldbuilding Wednesday 9/12/18: Individual Dragons II

In the fantasy world, you can pretty much combine any any other animal into a creature and still call it a dragon. Dragon turtles are the terrors of AD&D maritime kingdoms. A Chinese dragon/lhasa apso hybrid featured strongly in The NeverEnding Story movie. And as I’ll continue to do on my site for September, there …

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Fetchingly Fanged

Cyguvid spent her days in luxury being fed bunches of grapes by her slaves. Then she ate the slaves too.  

Worldbuilding Wednesday 9/5/18: Individual Dragons I

One thing that can be said of the dragon sketch above, he certainly has personality! See more versions of Smaug here. Here’s something different in the worldbuilding department, a selection of randomgen* dragons for writing or gaming use, generated from lists of different characteristics like color, size, and type of treasure horde. A few random …

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Devastatingly Draconian

Portrait of a very wicked lady.  

Say What?

Say, what? The content is made even more inexplicable by being labeled in Japanese and set against those pop-art patterns.

Devil Dance

  This prancing devil has real style.  

Loup-Garou

Beware the Loup-Garou! Especially if he’s turned green.

Zombie Walk

Zombie Walk in Venice, 2016

Interview with Jaap Boekestein

Transformed, an anthology of erotic shapeshifting stories, is soon to be published by Pen and Kink Press. Here’s a short interview with Jaap Boekestein, author of the short story Wolf Chest. In my naivete, I thought it was about a werewolf with a buff chest, a six-pack perhaps, but it was something far different… a …

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Transformed Anthology

Nothing is quite so deliciously freeing as caving to your instincts.For centuries, shapeshifters have personified our impulse to bow to our animalistic nature. From lycans to skin-walkers and everything in between, shapeshifters give us a chance to connect with our inner-selves and celebrate our intriguing differences, our passions, and ultimately our humanity through their necessity …

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