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Pathfinder - Horrlify
CR 12
N Large magical beast
Init +18 Senses darkvision 60 feet, low-light vision, scent; Perception +18
AC 20, touch 12, flat-footed 18 (+1 Dex, +10 natural, -1 size)
HP 157 (14d8+75)
Fort +18, Ref +10, Will +8
Immune poison, disease
Speed 50 ft., climb 20 ft.
Melee 2 claws +18 (2d6+15 plus grab) and bite +28 (4d8+10 plus trip, crit range is 16-20)
Space 10 ft.; Reach 5 feet
Special Attacks rake (2d6+15), pounce (2 claws and bite)
Str 30, Dex 13, Con 25, Int 2, Wis 10, Cha 10
Base Atk +12; CMB +28 (+33 grapple); CMD 40 (44 vs. trip)
Feats Endurance, Improved Initiative, Iron Will, Run, Skill Focus (Perception), Weapon Focus (bite), Improved Natural Attack (bite), Power Attack, Vital Strike, Improved Critical (bite), Bleeding Critical
Skills Climb +14, Intimidate +6 (+9 to dem
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Pathfinder Stats - Hatori
Lesser Hatori
Huge animal
CR 9
XP 6,400
Init +6 Senses low-light vision, scent, darkvision 50 feet, tremorsense 60 feet; Perception +12
AC 23, touch 16, flat-footed 20 (+2 Dex, +13 natural, -2 size)
HP 132 (9d10+42)
Fort +12, Ref +8, Will +5
20 ft., burrow 40 ft., swim 10 ft.
Melee bite +18 (5d6+18 plus grab, 1d4 bleed), snout +15 (4d4+10), tail slap +14 (5d6+16)
Space 20 ft., Reach 15 ft.
Special Attacks death roll (5d6+18 plus grab, 1d4 bleed), savage rush, fast swallow, swallow whole (5d8+24 bludgeoning, AC 18, 36 hp)
Str 35, Dex 16, Con 20, Int 2, Wis 16, Cha 9
Base Atk +16, CMB +25, CMD 38 (45 vs. trip)
Feats Improved Critical (Bite), Improved Initiative, Iron Will, Power Attack, Run, Skill Focus (Perception), Skill Focus (Stealth), Weapon Focus (Bite)
Skills Perception +15, Stealth +15 (+25 wh
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HWE Secret Santa Year 2 - Return to the Postocene!
20 million years have passed since the strange upright apes known as 'humans' have gone extinct; they managed to take with them countless species of animals, great and small, but as it always does after a mass extinction, life found a way and continued on. New groups have emerged from the shadows to claim the nearly-emptied world, developing into forms both great and terrible... and from the looks of it, they're not going anywhere anytime soon.
Geographically speaking, not too much has changed on earth, but there has been significant tectonic activity. South America separated from its northern brother once again, making the isthmus of Panama into a peninsula; history continues to repeat itself farther north, as a land bridge has formed again between what were once Russia and Alaska have collided again, connecting the two continents. Europe and Africa, too, have reconnected at what was once the Strait of Gibraltar and the former Middle East, turning the Mediterranean into the world's la
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World of Magic Contest - Dragons

Manta drake (Mantadraco magnificens)
Found all along the western coastlines of the Americas from Chile all the way up to the Sea of Cortez, these large dragons can measure up to 23 feet in length and weigh nearly eight tons, and earn their name from their general appearance as well as their lifestyle. Their bodies are sleek and streamlined and are colored a silvery-blue that is darker above then on its underside, with tiny web-footed stumps for hind legs, a fairly short, powerful laterally flattened tail, and massive wide wings stretching to over 35 feet across; this, combined with their sleek arrowhead-shaped skulls, gives the manta drake a silhouette shaped almost like a B-52 bomber when viewed from above. Much like manta rays, they are eaters of plankton and other tiny marine organisms, ‘flying’ through the water just as gracefully as their relatives do through the air (While not capable of powered flight, they can leap above the water and g
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Repealing Net Neutrality by Lediblock2 Repealing Net Neutrality :iconlediblock2:Lediblock2 8 3
TMHOTW Contest - Impartial Island
Mammals and Synapsids:

Selamodir gigantis (Gigantic seal-mother)
One of the largest of Palkragar's marine therapsids is the selamodir, Impartial Island's equivalent to the closely-related katthveli, but even larger. Measuring over 28 feet long and weighing in at over 5 tons, its body plan is considerably more elongated and more heavily built than the katthveli, with a proportionally longer, thicker tail and more powerful front limbs. The head is also much more robust, more similar to the short-faced bear in shape then the katthveli's cat-like skull. Colored a dark silvery-grey, the females are considerably more heavily built than the males are, developing crimson streaks down its neck and chest during the breeding season (Which occurs in late fall, a remnant of living on the surface in an environment with changing seasons) to advertise sexual maturity.
Selamodir are voracious predators that spend most of their time in the sea when not resting on Impartial
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TMHOTW Contest - Tsuni Prairie
Flagellacauda major (Greater whip tail)
One of the many lineages of mammals that survived extinction on the surface by hiding within world hearts were the oreodonts, a lineage of primitive ungulates related to camels that lived across North America throughout the Oligocene and occupied a wide range of niches; in the hearts, they have continued this diversity, taking up a large number of ecological roles. In several areas largely devoid of competition, they have even seized megafaunal roles, with one of the largest of these being the bearhog of the Tsuni Prairie.
This huge ungulate is without a doubt the largest oreodont to ever live, growing about 25% larger than an adult male American bison and weighing considerably more than one as well. The front feet bear large, curved claws, the back is sloped like a hyena or a bison, and the large, robust skull sports small ears and a pair of large fang-like incisors on the upper jaw that poke out from the lips
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TMHOTW Contest - Icowya Bay and Hallow Island
Mammals & Synapsids:

Alcetherium maximus (Greatest moose beast)
Despite its name, this huge creature is not related to deer at all - it is actually a brontothere, one of the last ones alive. Some smaller forms and a couple of larger species managed to get into Therobis during the Eocene and did fairly well for themselves, but like most of the dinosaurs of that heart, their populations were decimated by the arrival of grass. By the time that a breach opened between Palkragar and Therobis, the brontotheres were just barely hanging on by a couple of species, but Palkragar and its softer vegetation provided a haven for them, allowing them to diversify once again. Nowadays, a fair number of brontotheres exist in Palkragar, and Alcetherium, the rhinopotamus, is one of the largest out of them all. Growing to over nine feet tall at the shoulder and weighing in at roughly 13,000 lbs, this immense dark brown creature is much more massively built than i
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Pathfinder - Ayara Cinderhelm by Lediblock2 Pathfinder - Ayara Cinderhelm :iconlediblock2:Lediblock2 15 17
HWE Secret Summer Santa - Explodingpotatofilms
For millennia, It had slumbered.
It had no name to speak of; not one that could be heard by mortal ears. Besides, It had no need for one - no one had ever seen It, and no one ever would.
And so, It slumbered alone, just as unware of the world around It as the world was of It. And as It slept, It dreamed.
It dreamed of the cold empty blackness of space; a never-ending expanse of inky void that all things originated from and all things would eventually return.
It dreamed of a tiny sphere in this great emptiness; a precious little thing of blue and green warmed by a golden sun. It was a fleeting thing, utterly insignificant in the grand scheme of things, but for some reason, Its dreams focused on the sphere.
It dreamed of life inhabiting the sphere; tiny specks compared to itself, but life nonetheless, coming in all shapes and sizes.
It dreamed of extinctions, testing the specks of the sphere and tempering it like steel in a forge; the mighty died in droves, but the small and meek
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Monster Island Expanded - Skull Island Fauna pt. 2
Crawler Lizard: A former inhabitant of Skull Island’s nightmarish canyons, the crawler lizard is a strange, specialized lizard approximately the size of a Nile crocodile, with a long serpentine body with a jagged ridge of iguana-like spikes running down the spine, a robust head with powerful tooth-filled jaws, and two strong, stout front limbs that it uses to drag its snake-like body about. Unable to compete with the giant spiders and tentacle bugs that it shared its environment with, crawler lizards were generally scavengers back home on Skull Island, feeding on the leftovers that the arthropods left behind. On Monster Island, however, these chasm-dwellers have relocated to the jungle floor, where they have made a new living for themselves as ambush predators, lurking in the leaf litter to spring out at passing deer and buffalo and set upon them with its slashing talons and crushing jaws.
Chasm Spider: Another nightmarish denizen of what was nicknamed ‘the sp
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H.W.E. - Carnage by Lediblock2 H.W.E. - Carnage :iconlediblock2:Lediblock2 120 13
Xenocene - Dillodiles
Family: Pseudoankylosuchidae (False fused crocodiles)
At the end of the Holocene, the rampant industrial activities of human industry caused large portions of the polar ice caps to melt, raising the global sea level for thousands of years and flooding huge sections of formerly dry flatlands, among them being large portions of the Amazon river basin. Many formerly terrestrial animals were forced to adapt to an aquatic existence with this new environmental change, and several descendants of those aquatic creatures live on today in the Xenocene, with the most successful among them being the dillodiles.
As the name implies, dillodiles are descended from the nine-banded armadillos of the Xenocene, armored generalists that were known for their surprising skill at swimming. When sea levels rose, the armadillos took to the water with ease, with fossil forms including burly shellfish-eaters, immense manatee-like herbivores, and even a strange nearly blind long-snouted form tha
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Monster Island Expanded - Skull Island Fauna pt. 1
When Skull Island sank beneath the waves, hundreds of species of prehistoric beasts were left without a home. Many managed to swim to nearby islands, where they were promptly found and brought to Monster Island. Strangely enough, many of the island’s animals resemble outdated tail-dragging restorations of dinosaurs; how and why they evolved to look this way remains a mystery.
Of course, Skull Island is perhaps the most famous for being home to several different kaiju, including one of the very, very few beings to have gone toe to toe against Godzilla and come out victorious.
Megaprimatus kong: Many consider 1956 to be the beginning of the ‘Age of Monsters,’ when the first Godzilla made his appearance in Tokyo that shocked the world, but only slightly less memorable is the story of King Kong; a gargantuan ape worshipped as a god by the people of the tiny island that he called home, captured by a thrill-seeking film-maker and presented to
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Xenocene - Zhilis of Guinea
Out of the various crocodile lineages that have arisen in the Xenocene, few are quite as widespread or as diverse as the zhilis. Arising in southern Asia, they’ve adapted to a decent number of niches in their homeland, but it is along the Guinea Land Bridge that they truly thrive; having been relatively early arrivals to the area, the zhili were able to seize quite the diverse array of roles as they migrated south, with some eventually reaching Australia and giving rise to the massive predators known as the kasai and the burrunjor. In fact, it could be argued that the explosion of diversity among the zhilis is one of the major reasons why Australia’s marsupials haven’t done well migrating northwards – they simply can’t get much of a foothold in the face of the competition that the crocodilians provide.
Vulpesuchus rubricum (Red fox crocodile)
One of the most basal zhili to be found in Guinea, the fox-croc looks very similar to t
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H.W.E. - Kraggon by Lediblock2 H.W.E. - Kraggon :iconlediblock2:Lediblock2 10 3


Letter to Everyone: Why Clarissa Must Be Stopped
Dear Deviant,
If you're reading this, then welcome to my final response to the Clarissa chain. What is the Clarissa chain, you may ask? It looks like this (with occasional minor variations):
WARNING! Carry on reading! Or you will die, even if you only looked at the word warning!
Once there was a little girl called Clarissa, she was ten-years-old and she lived in a mental
hospital, because she killed her mom and her dad. She got so bad she went to kill all the
staff in the hospital so the More-government decided that best idea was to get rid of her so
they set up a special room to kill her, as humane as possible but it went wrong the
machine they were using went wrong. And she sat there in agony for hours until she died.
Now every week on the day of her death she returns to the person that reads this letter, on
a Monday night at 12:00 a.m. She creeps into your room and kills you slowly, by cutting you
and watching you bleed to death. Now send this to ten other pictures on this
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prison breakdance by CSImadmax prison breakdance :iconcsimadmax:CSImadmax 2,262 568 12 books by CSImadmax 12 books :iconcsimadmax:CSImadmax 3,079 450 december 21, 2012 by CSImadmax december 21, 2012 :iconcsimadmax:CSImadmax 4,281 889 ice cream of intergalactic destruction by CSImadmax ice cream of intergalactic destruction :iconcsimadmax:CSImadmax 4,974 725 Paleo Arbok Sketch by PerfectChaos22 Paleo Arbok Sketch :iconperfectchaos22:PerfectChaos22 4 1 Dimetrodon by TeddyBlackBear2040 Dimetrodon :iconteddyblackbear2040:TeddyBlackBear2040 3 1
Iron Owl
Iron Owl (Neoglaucus ferrus)
Order: Owls (Strigiformes)
Family: True Owls (Strigidae)
Habitat: South-west North America, North Central America
The beginning of time between the Holocene and the Neocene was marked by massive changes in climate and geography of the Earth. South America again separated from the North, and the latter united with Eurasia, forming Beringea, making the west of the North American mainland covered by mountains, even higher than they were in the Holocene. This height leads to that the tops of the Neocene Rocky Mountains are covered with glaciers even in summer, even in the southern part of this ridge – but there the glacial chain is torn, and the climate there is drier and hotter than in the central and northern part of the Rocky Mountains, although it is far from the desiccating heat of the Mexican highlands.
In such a difficult place, the inhabitants are also hardy - very often they are descendants of immigrants that arrived there usually from the north,
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Galictitherium by Jurassiczilla Galictitherium :iconjurassiczilla:Jurassiczilla 12 5 Daily DnD Monster: Giant Leech by gavingavin123 Daily DnD Monster: Giant Leech :icongavingavin123:gavingavin123 3 0 Frightful Chase by MickeyRayRex Frightful Chase :iconmickeyrayrex:MickeyRayRex 39 2 Primordials by ToonHolt Primordials :icontoonholt:ToonHolt 22 7 Reborn in Memory: Pt. 11 by Adiraiju Reborn in Memory: Pt. 11 :iconadiraiju:Adiraiju 3 1 Godzilla by ABSOLUTEWEAPON Godzilla :iconabsoluteweapon:ABSOLUTEWEAPON 314 38 Kaiju: Mosurdon by Wolfbane-Kiryu Kaiju: Mosurdon :iconwolfbane-kiryu:Wolfbane-Kiryu 14 7 Aquatic Master by SpottedAlienMonster Aquatic Master :iconspottedalienmonster:SpottedAlienMonster 12 3



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Lord-Triceratops Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the faves!
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Thanks for the fave on =)
Lexy and his unicorn of doom by Dragunalb
labgnome Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Did you read the citations?
Lediblock2 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Yep! Fucking awesome!
labgnome Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I will admit I was going to take them kind of serious at first but then just got writers block too much, and went well frell, and wend full comedy names in most cases.
Lediblock2 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
You say that like it's a bad thing.
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SpeculaTimsauru5 Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for faving almost all the time.
It means a lot. :)
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