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Dungeons and Dragons Monsters

Identify the names of creatures featured in the Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manuals (3.5) based on the descriptions.
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Last updated: January 19, 2014
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This hulking humanoid is covered in shaggy brown fur, has long claws and a bearlike face
Werebear
Forever anchored to their coffins and the unholy earth of their grave
Vampire
Larger cousins of goblins and far more aggressive and organised
Hobgoblin
Strong, fiercely territorial humaniods with the head of a bull
Minotaur
The spirit of a strong-willed, selfish individual of humanoid race
Banshee
Magically created automatons of gret power
Golem
Magnificent winged horse that sometimes serves the cause of good
Pegasus
Corpses reanimated through dark and sinister magic
Zombie
Large two-legged lizard with a long tailed tipped with stinger and bat-like wings
Wyvern
Also called Illithids, they bend others to their will and shatter enemies minds
Mind Flayers
Humanoid-shaped beings of great size with even greater strength
Giant
Wild mysterious entities found deep in secluded woodlands
Dryad
Winged, reptilelike creatures of ancient lineage known and feared for their size and magic
Dragon
Woodland beings who shun company of strangers, are deadly archers and about 7-feet-tall
Centaur
Vicious flying predators that appear to be winged stone statues
Gargoyle
Celestials who have charged themselves with the protection of the plane
Archon
Also called the 'sphere of many eyes' or 'eye tyrant'
Beholder
Aggressive humanoids with gray skin and coarse hair that raid, pillage and battle other creatures
Orc
The biggest and strongest of the goblinoids, they stand about 7-feet-tall
Bugbear
Enigmatic creatures with great feathery wings and leonine bodies
Sphinx
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Combine features of trees and humans. They are peaceful but deadly when angered
Treant
Humanlike beings who dwell on the elemental planes, famed for their illusion magic
Genie
Horrid carnivores found in all clime who know no fear and attack unceasingly when hungry
Troll
Sinister wolves that have attained some intelligence and evil disposition
Worg
Hyena-headed, evil humanoids that wonder in loose tribes
Gnoll
Playful marine-dwelling people. Although wary of surface dwellers not usually hostile
Merfolk
Grotesque subterranean monsters, covered in rocklike skin that lurk within heaps of refuse
Otyugh
Incorporeal creatures born of evil and darkness
Wraith
Preserved corpses animated through the auspices of dark desert gods best forgotten
Mummy
Amorphous creatures that live only to eat
Ooze
An undead spellcaster who has used its magical powers to unnaturally extend its life
Lich
Noble creatures concerned for welfare of good beings, has the golden-brown body of a lion
Lammasu
An ancient line of aquatic humanoids covered with fine scales, noted for their sinister nature
Kuo-Toa
Powerful majestic creatures with the characteristics of both lions and eagles
Griffon
Reptilelike monsters with multiple heads
Hydra
The lower body and wings of a reptilian monster with the upper body of an old, evil human
Harpy
Nature's embodiment of physical beauty and guardians of sacred places in the wild
Nymph
Small humanoids that many consider to be a nuisance but unchecked can overrun areas
Goblin
Big, ugly, greedy creatures that live by raiding and scavaging
Ogre
Short, reptilian humaniods with cowardly and sadistic tendancies
Kobold
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level 67
Oct 14, 2014
Nice quiz! Would be better if you could answer them in any order though.