The Dumbest Dungeons & Dragons Monsters Ever (And How To Use Them)

CJ Miozzi | 25 Apr 2014 12:30
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First published in: Dragon Magazine #243 (1998)

No, they couldn't even call it the duckrabbit to give it some sense of dignity. It's not even a giant duckbunny. You know all those jokes about how a house cat can kill a commoner, as per the 3rd edition rules? Yeah, the duckbunny can't even do that.

How to use it: Clearly the result of a magical crossbreeding experiment, a duckbunny is best used as an accessory to set atmosphere - ignore the stat block altogether, because this thing should never be in combat. Have the adventurers sneak into an old mage's tower and run across a number of oddities and curios, including a pet duckbunny, and they'll start to get a clear picture of just how mad this wizard is.

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