From publisher blurb:
The third installment of the Prehistoric Animals line present five more ancient adversaries to add to your OGL game. Each animal included in this product existed on our planet in the distant past, and is presented with full stats, an accurate illustration, notes on combat and tactics, useful information for players, and even a bit about the animal in the real world.
The five animals presented in Animal Archives: Prehistoric Animals III take you back to the steaming swamps of the Carboniferous, the tumultuous landscapes of the Permian, the dinosaur-ruled Cretaceous, and finally, the Pleistocene and the epic Age of Mammals. Each animal in this product can ably serve as a potent adversary, a faithful animal companion, a hardy mount, or even a unique familiar.
So bring the primeval back to your campaign, with Blackdirge Publishing and Animal Archives: Prehistoric Animals III.
Animal Archives: Prehistoric Animals III contains 24 pages of OGL material, which includes:
- Arthropleura – a gigantic armored millipede from the Carboniferous.
- Bladebiter – an evolutionary offshoot of arthropleura with a taste for metal.
- Doedicurus – the giant, spike-tailed relative of the armadillo from the Pleistocene.
- Euchambersia – a bizarre mammal-like reptile with a poisonous bite.
- Chasm Crawler – a powerful relative of euchambersia that hunts the subterranean vaults of the underdark.
- Megalania – the massive, prehistoric monitor lizard of Australia.
- Glurbolzurk – a legendary demon spawn that lives in the heart of a vast, impenetrable swamp.
- Sarcosuchus – the enormous dinosaur-eating crocodile from the Cretaceous.
- Expanded information for players, including information on animal companions, familiars, and mounts.
- A summon nature’s ally and summon monster appendix, complete with stat blocks for fiendish and celestial version of all animals presented in the product.
- Real world information on each animal.
- A reprint of the three templates used in the product: cave creature, metallivore, and toadspawn.