Post by Wicked Wood Art on Apr 5, 2020 19:53:18 GMT
Going to be throwing this up against my players most likely next game.
I took an idea from one of the past podcasts about "skinning" a variety of creatures, and I took it a step further. Long story short, there's a demon working with this goblin warlock. And the two of them have been using the goblin community as their subjects. As the PC's were going through the area, I kept rolling randomly for a different creature I could feasibly combine with a gobiln - basically, completely skinning the creature, but as a twisted warped goblin - like some combination of the two.
Now, the battle with the Demon & Warlock went fairly easily. But what they don't know is that I'm going to have 1 (or more) Goblisaurus Rex's chase them out of the caverns. The concept is that these goblins won't even be aggressive, but are more like puppies and won't know that the PC's can be hurt by their "play". As they start getting attacked, they'll kick in.
Up to this point, I've not drawn any of these monsters. So, I figured I'd work on the big end one that they haven't seen yet.
Side note - I am just finding this style and my ability to do it pretty well. But this is more a study on wrinkles. Once I built them around the corner of the mouth I simply couldn't stop! So, yeah, I know it looks really weird, but it's kinda supposed to.
So, what other ideas would you have for this beast?
First, I love the idea of twisted goblinoid creatures due to warlock tampering. I also think several small goblin rexes would be a great thing to throw at your players. I can't see the image, but would love to! I would have the creatures be more feral if you are wanting to have them run the players out of the area. If they are more playful, then I would have the chance for players to realize that, unless that isn't something that you want.