Anaxial’s Manifest Studied – MeG Learns New Creatures

Looking at the latest version of tome from the remains of Anaxial – the Anaxial’s Manifest written by the indomitable Jamie Revell – MeG has been studied and new creatures uncrated and created and old ones updated. The creatures are set in Gloranthan world but many of them could be elsewhere as well.

Here are the new creatures:

  • Kumanku Elephant
  • Narwhal
  • Shell Deer
  • Leucrota
  • Li-Lung Eastern Dream Dragon, Small
  • Li-Lung Eastern Dream Dragon, Large
  • Li-Lung Eastern Dream Dragon, Ancient
  • Scitalis
  • Symerv – Flying Dog
  • Xue-Yan, Walrus of the East
  • Yale – Horse Antelope
  • Hrimthur – Glacier Giant, Initiate, Acolyte
  • Kilin
  • Parander – Spirit Deer
  • Tilnta – Children of Goddess of Love

and here are the updated ones:

  • Eogyrin
  • Glyptodon
  • Gorg
  • Shovel Tusker
  • Uintal
  • Updated: Megalonyx
  • Vangono’s Horror
  • Bronze Goat
  • Carmanian Griffin
  • Devouring Fangtooth
  • Flint Cat
  • Granite Rhino
  • Nur-San
  • Parenling
  • Giant Worm – Quenlarg
  • Shen Lung
  • Storm Tiger
  • Vug
  • Sedrali – male
  • Sedrali – female
  • Certamus – Sky Warrior
  • Wind Ram/Cloud Ram
  • Destixin – Lunar Flamingo (Black Form)
  • Destixin – Lunar Flamingo (Red Form)
  • Erenxi
  • Eskaval
  • Fire Bear
  • Jukhar
  • Monoceros

You will find the creatures in Mythras Encounter Generator by entering the name in the search bar. MeG is introduced here and it has user guides here

Take a look and surprise your players. For example Kilin, Vug and Fire Bear might be interesting foes.

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Name Hannu Kokko Profession a software development leader, currently working at Elisa as Head of Software Product Development, Smart Energy Solutions. As a secondary occupation a Principal Consultant at Kohilleen Consulting - RD leadership consultancy business. In working life Working in large scale agile software development and architecture are close to my heart and practiced daily. Large scale here is anything involving dozens of teams working for the same release. Continuous integration as a cornerstone of making agile development feasible and to help keep the rhythm has been in my focus for quite a bit. In private life I enjoy photography and seeing new places and cultures.

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