List of Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 edition monsters

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Dungeons & Dragons version 3.5 (see editions of Dungeons & Dragons) was released in 2003. The first book containing monsters to be published was the Monster Manual, released along with the other two "core" rulebooks.

WTC 17755 - Monster Manual (2003)[edit]

This was the initial monster book for the Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 edition, published in 2003. It includes all of the monsters from the previous third edition Monster Manual, revising them for the version 3.5 rules, as well as including a small number of monsters not in the previous Monster Manual. This book features an alphabetical listing of monsters on pages 3–4, an introduction on pages 5–7, the monster descriptions on pages 8–289, instructions for improving the monsters in the book on pages 290-294 and making monsters on pages 295-302, skills and feats for monsters on pages 303-304, a glossary on pages 305-317, and a list of the monsters in the book ranked by challenge rating on pages 318-319.

ISBN 0-7869-2893-X

Creature Page Other Appearances Variants Description
Aboleth 8-9 Includes a description of the aboleth mage, an aboleth 10th-level wizard
Achaierai 9-10
Allip 10
Angel 10-13 Described are the astral deva, planetar, and solar
Animated object 13-14 Described are the tiny, small, medium, large, huge, gargantuan, and colossal animated object
Ankheg 14-15
Aranea 15-16
Archon 16-19 Described are the lantern archon, hound archon, and trumpet archon. Includes a description of the hound archon hero, a hound archon 11th-level paladin
Arrowhawk 19-20 Described are the juvenile, adult, and elder arrowhawk
Assassin vine 20
Athach 21
Azer 21-22
Barghest 22-23 Includes a description of the greater barghest, an advanced barghest
Basilisk 23-24 Includes a description of the abyssal greater basilisk, an advanced basilisk
Behir 25
Beholder 25-27 Described are the gauth and the beholder
Belker 27
Blink dog 28
Bodak 28
Bugbear 29
Bulette 30
Carrion crawler 30-31
Celestial creature 31-32 Template; sample celestial creature is a celestial lion
Centaur 32-33
Chaos beast 33
Chimera 34
Choker 34-35
Chuul 35-36
Cloaker 36
Cockatrice 37
Couatl 37-38
Darkmantle 38
Delver 39
Demon 40-48 Described are the babau, balor, bebilith, dretch, glabrezu, hezrou, marilith, nalfeshnee, quasit, retriever, succubus, and vrock
Derro 49
Destrachan 49-50
Devil 50-58 Described are the barbed devil (hamatula), bearded devil (barbazu), bone devil (osyluth), chain devil (kyton), erinyes, hellcat (bezekira), horned devil (cornugon), ice devil (gelugon), imp, lemure, and pit fiend
Devourer 58-59
Digester 59
Dinosaur 60-62 Described are the deinonychus, elasmosaurus, megaraptor, triceratops, and tyrannosaurus
Dire animal 62-66 Described are the dire ape, dire badger, dire bat, dire bear, dire boar, dire lion, dire rat, dire shark, dire tiger, dire weasel, dire wolf, and dire wolverine
Displacer beast 66-67 Includes a description of the displacer beast pack lord, an advanced displacer beast
Doppelganger 67-68
Dragon, true 68-88
Chromatic dragons 70-78 Described are the black dragon, blue dragon, green dragon, red dragon, and white dragon. For each type of dragon, stats are given for the wyrmling, very young, young, juvenile, young adult, adult, mature adult, old, very old, ancient, wyrm, and great wyrm variety
Metallic dragons 79-88 Described are the brass dragon, bronze dragon, copper dragon, gold dragon, and silver dragon. For each type of dragon, stats are given for the wyrmling, very young, young, juvenile, young adult, adult, mature adult, old, very old, ancient, wyrm, and great wyrm variety
Dragon turtle 88
Dragonne 89
Drider 89-90
Dryad 90-91
Dwarf 91-93 Described are the hill dwarf, the deep dwarf, and the duergar
Eagle, giant 93
Eladrin 93-95 Described are the bralani and ghaele
Elemental 95-101 Described are the air elemental, earth elelemental, fire elemental, and water elemental. For each type of elemental, stats are given for the small, medium, large, huge, greater, and elder variety
Elf 101-104 Described are the high elf, half-elf, aquatic elf, drow, gray elf, wild elf, and wood elf
Ethereal filcher 104-105
Ethereal marauder 105
Ettercap 106
Ettin 106-107
Fiendish creature 107-108 Template; sample fiendish creature is a fiendish dire rat
Formian 108-111 Described are the formian worker, formian warrior, formian taskmaster, formian myrmarch, and formian queen
Frost worm 111-112
Fungus 112-113 Described are the shrieker and violet fungus
Gargoyle 113-114
Genie 114-116 Described are the djinni, efreeti, and janni
Ghost 116-118 Template; sample ghost is a 5th-level human fighter
Ghoul 118-119 Described are the ghoul and ghast
Giant 119-125 Described are the cloud giant, fire giant, frost giant, hill giant, stone giant, and storm giant. Includes a description of the frost giant jarl, an 8th-level blackguard
Gibbering mouther 126
Girallon 126-127
Githyanki 127-128
Githzerai 129-130
Gnoll 130-131
Gnome 131-133 Described are the rock gnome, svirfneblin, and forest gnome
Goblin 133-134
Golem 134-137 Described are the clay golem, flesh golem, iron golem, and stone golem. Includes a description of the greater stone golem, an advanced stone golem
Gorgon 137-138
Gray render 138
Grick 139
Griffon 139-140
Grimlock 140-141
Guardinal 141-143 Described are the avoral and leonal
Hag 143-144 Described are the annis, green hag, sea hag. Includes a description of the hag covey, a trio of hags
Half-celestial 144-146 Template; sample half-celestial is a 9th-level human paladin
Half-dragon 146-147 Template; sample half-dragon is a half-black dragon 4th-level human fighter
Half-fiend 147-149 Template; sample half-fiend is a 7th-level human cleric
Halfling 149-150 Described are the lightfoot halfling, tallfellow, and deep halfling
Harpy 150-151 Includes a description of the harpy archer, a harpy 7th-level fighter
Hell hound 151-152 Includes a description of the nessian warhound, an advanced hell hound
Hippogriff 152
Hobgoblin 153-154
Homunculus 154
Howler 154-155
Hydra 155-157 Described are the five-headed hydra, six-headed hydra, seven-headed hydra, eight-headed hydra, nine-headed hydra, ten-headed hydra, eleven-headed hydra, and twelve-headed hydra
Inevitable 158-160 Described are the kolyarut, marut, and zelekhut
Invisible stalker 160-161
Kobold 161-162
Kraken 162-163
Krenshar 163
Kuo-toa 163-165
Lamia 165
Lammasu 165-166 Includes a description of the golden protector, a lammasu with the celestial template and the half-dragon template
Lich 166-168 Template; sample lich is an 11th-level human wizard
Lillend 168
Lizardfolk 169
Locathah 169-170
Lycanthrope 170-179 Described are the werebear, wereboar, wererat, weretiger, and werewolf.

Each type is a template, with 1st-level human warrior as a sample lycanthrope for each. Additional samples include: the werewolf lord, a 10th-level human fighter; and the hill giant dire wereboar

Magmin 179
Manticore 179-180
Medusa 180
Mephit 180-185 Described are the air mephit, dust mephit, earth mephit, fire mephit, ice mephit, magma mephit, ooze mephit, salt mephit, steam mephit, and water mephit
Merfolk 185-186
Mimic 186
Mind flayer 186-188 Includes a description of the mind flayer sorcerer, a mind flayer 9th-level sorcerer
Minotaur 188-189
Mohrg 189
Mummy 190-191 Includes a description of the mummy lord, a mummy 10th-level cleric
Naga 191-193 Described are the dark naga, guardian naga, spirit naga, and water naga
Night hag 193-194
Nightmare 194-195 Includes a description of the cauchemar, an advanced nightmare
Nightshade 195-197 Described are the nightcrawler, nightwalker, and nightwing
Nymph 197-198
Ogre 198-200 Includes a description of the ogre barbarian, an ogre 4th-level barbarian
Ogre mage 200
Ooze 201-203 Described are the black pudding, gelatinous cube, gray ooze, and ochre jelly. Includes a description of the elder black pudding, an advanced black pudding
Orc 203-204 Described are the orc and half-orc
Otyugh 204-205
Owl, giant 205
Owlbear 206
Pegasus 206-207
Phantom fungus 207
Phase spider 207-208
Phasm 208
Planetouched 209-210 Described are the aasimar and tiefling
Pseudodragon 210-211
Purple worm 211
Rakshasa 211-212
Rast 213
Ravid 213-214
Remorhaz 214-215
Roc 215
Roper 215-216
Rust monster 216
Sahuagin 217-218
Salamander 218-219 Described are the flamebrother salamander, average salamander, and noble salamander
Satyr 219-220
Sea cat 220-221
Shadow 221-222 Includes a description of the greater shadow, an advanced shadow
Shadow mastiff 222
Shambling mound 222-223
Shield guardian 223-224
Shocker lizard 224-225
Skeleton 225-227 Template; sample skeletons include a 1st-level human warrior, a wolf, an owlbear, a troll, a chimera, an ettin, an advanced megaraptor, a cloud giant, and a young adult red dragon
Skum 228
Slaad 228-231 Described are the red slaad, blue slaad, green slaad, gray slaad, and death slaad
Spectre 232
Sphinx 232-234 Described are the androsphinx, criosphinx, gynosphinx, and hieracosphinx
Spider eater 234
Sprite 235-236 Described are the grig, nixie, and pixie
Stirge 236-237
Swarm 237-240 Described are the bat swarm, centipede swarm, hellwasp swarm, locust swarm, rat swarm, and spider swarm
Tarrasque 240-241
Tendriculos 241-242
Thoqqua 242
Titan 242-243
Tojanida 243-244 Described are the juvenile, adult, and elder tojanida
Treant 244-245
Triton 245-246
Troglodyte 246-247
Troll 247-248 Described are the troll and scrag. Includes a description of the troll hunter, a troll 6th-level ranger
Umber hulk 248-249 Includes a description of the truly horrid umber hulk, an advanced umber hulk
Unicorn 249-250 Includes a description of the celestial charger, a unicorn 7th-level cleric with the celestial creature template
Vampire 250-253 Template; sample vampires include a 5th-level human fighter, and a half-elf 9th-level monk/4th-level shadowdancer
Vampire spawn 253-254
Vargouille 254-255
Wight 255
Will-o'-wisp 255-256
Winter wolf 256
Worg 256-257
Wraith 257-258 Includes a description of the dread wraith, an advanced wraith
Wyvern 259
Xill 259-260
Xorn 260-261 Described are the minor xorn, average xorn, and elder xorn
Yeth hound 260-262
Yrthak 262
Yuan-ti 262-265 Described are the yuan-ti pureblood, yuan-ti halfblood, and yuan-ti abomination
Zombie 265-267 Template; sample skeletons include a kobold, a human commoner, a troglodyte, a bugbear, an ogre, a minotaur, a wyvern, an umber hulk, and a gray render
Ape 268
Baboon 268
Badger 268
Bat 268-269
Bear, black 269
Bear, brown 269
Bear, polar 269
Bison 269-270
Boar 270
Camel 270
Cat 270
Cheetah 271
Crocodile 271
Crocodile, giant 271
Dog 271-272
Dog, riding 272
Donkey 272
Eagle 272
Elephant 272-273
Hawk 273
Horse 273-274 Described are the heavy horse, light horse, heavy warhorse, and light warhorse
Hyena 274
Leopard 274
Lion 274-275
Lizard 275
Lizard, monitor 275
Manta ray 275
Monkey 276
Mule 276
Octopus 276
Octopus, giant 276-277
Owl 277
Pony 277
Pony, war 277-278
Porpoise 278
Rat 278
Raven 278
Rhinoceros 278-279
Shark 279 Described are the medium, large, and huge shark
Snake 279-281 Described are the constrictor snake, giant constrictor snake, and viper snake (tiny, small, medium, large, and huge)
Squid 281
Squid, giant 281
Tiger 281-282
Toad 282
Weasel 282
Whale 282-283 Described are the baleen whale, cachalot whale, and orca
Wolf 283
Wolverine 283
Giant ant 284 Described are the giant ant worker, giant ant soldier, and giant ant queen
Giant bee 284
Giant bombardier beetle 284-285
Giant fire beetle 285
Giant stag beetle 285
Giant praying mantis 285
Giant wasp 285
Monstrous centipede 286-287 Described are the tiny, small, medium, large, huge, gargantuan, and colossal monstrous centipede
Monstrous scorpion 287-288 Described are the tiny, small, medium, large, huge, gargantuan, and colossal monstrous scorpion
Monstrous spider 288-289 Described are the tiny, small, medium, large, huge, gargantuan, and colossal monstrous spider

WTC 17668 - Draconomicon (2003)[edit]

ISBN 0-7869-2884-0

Creature Page Other Appearances Variants Description
Dracolich 146
Dracolich, Ancient Blue 147
Dragon, Battle 176
Dragon, Chaos 177
Dragon, Ethereal 179
Dragon, Faerie 158
Dragon, Fang 159
Dragon, Ghostly 161
Dragon, Ghostly Adult Green 161
Dragon, Howling 180
Dragon, Oceanus 181
Dragon, Planar 176
Dragon, Pyroclastic 182
Dragon, Radiant 185
Dragon, Rust 186
Dragon, Shadow 191
Dragon, Skeletal 192
Dragon, Skeletal Mature Adult Black 192
Dragon, Styx 187
Dragon, Tarterian 189
Dragon, Vampiric 195
Dragon, Vampiric Mature Adult Red 195
Dragon, Zombie 197
Dragon, Zombie Young Adult White 198
Dragonkin 150
Dragonnel 150
Drake, Abyssal 145
Drake, Air 152
Drake, Earth 153
Drake, Elemental 152
Drake, Fire 154
Drake, Ice 154
Drake, Magma 155
Drake, Ooze 156
Drake, Smoke 157
Drake, Storm 194
Drake, Water 157
Felldrake, Spiked 160
Giant, Draconic Fire 149
Dragon, Golem 163
Golem, Dragonbone 164
Golem, Drakestone 164
Golem, Ironwyrm 165
Half-dragon 167
Hoard Scarab 167
Landwyrm 168
Landwyrm, Desert 169
Landwyrm, Forest 170
Landwyrm, Hill 170
Landwyrm, Jungle 171
Landwyrm, Mountain 172
Landwyrm, Plains 172
Landwyrm, Swamp 173
Landwyrm, Tundra 174
Landwyrm, Underdark 175
Squamous Spewer 193
Swarm, Hoard Scarab 168

WTC 17738 - Forgotten Realms - Lost Empires of Faerun (2005)[edit]

(p160-192) - ISBN 0-7869-3654-1

WTC 17739 - Sandstorm (2005)[edit]

Sandstorm: Mastering the Perils of Fire and Sand was published in 2005, and written by Bruce R. Cordell, Jennifer Clarke Wilkes, and JD Wiker. Sandstorm is an official supplement for the 3.5 edition of Dungeons and Dragons, and includes new content for desert based climate campaigns. The book contains both new playable races and monsters in addition to expanded rules and campaign ideas regarding wastelands and desert environments.

ISBN 0-7869-3655-X

Creature Page Other Appearances Variants Description
Ashen hulk 137-138
Asherati 139
Ashworm 140
Bhuka 141
Camelopardel 141-142
Chekryyan 142-143
Crawling Apocalypse 143-144
Crucian 144-145
Cursed Cold One (Gelun) 145-146
Desert Devil (Araton) 147
Dinosaur 147-149 Described are the diprotodon and the protoceratops
Dire Animal 149-153 Described are the dire hippopotamus, dire jackal, dire puma, dire tortoise, and dire vulture.
Dragon, Sand 152-155
Dry Lich 155-157 Template; sample dry lich is a 5th-level asherati cleric/10th-level walker in the waste
Dune Hag 158
Dunewinder 159-160
Dustblight 160
Dustform Creature 161-162 Template; sample dustform creature is a giant banded lizard
Dust Twister 162-163
Forlorn Husk 163-164
Giant Banded Lizard 164
Half-Janni 164-166 Template; sample half-janni is a 5th-level human fighter
Ironthorn 166-167
Lycanthrope, Werecrocodile 167-168
Marruspawn 168-173 Described are the Marrulurk, Marrusault, and Marrutact
Marruspawn Abomination 173-175
Mephit 175-176 Described are the glass mephit and the sulphur mephit.
Mirage Mullah 177 Template; sample mirage mullah is a 5th-level human fighter
Ooze 178-179 Described are the brine ooze and lava ooze
Porcupine Cactus 179-180
Saguaro Sentinel 181
Sand Golem 182-183
Sand Hunter 183-184
Scarab Swarm, Death 184-185
Scorpion Swarm 185
Sphinx 186-189 Described are the canisphinx, crocosphinx, saurosphinx, and threskisphinx
Thunderbird 189
Troll, Wasteland 190
Tumbling Mound 191
Waste Crawler (Anhydrut) 191-192
Animals 192-195 Described are the camel (dromedary camel, two-humped camel, and war camel), hippopotamus, horned lizard, jackal, serval (savannah wildcat), and vulture
Vermin 195-198 Described are the brine swimmer, giant ant lion, and giant termite (worker termite, soldier termite, and queen termite)

WTC 17741 - Lords of Madness (2005)[edit]

Lords of Madness: The Book of Aberrations was published in 2005, and written by Richard Baker, James Jacobs, and Steve Winter. Lords of Madness is an official supplement for the 3.5 edition of Dungeons and Dragons, and includes new content for aberrations. The book contains a chapter on each of six types of monsters, some of which also feature statistics for that particular monster and/or its variants. In Chapter 8, statistics are given for new monsters, on pages 135-172.

ISBN 0-7869-3657-6

Creature Page Other Appearances Variants Description
Neogi 89-92 Adult neogi, neogi spawn, and the great old master
Grell 107-109 Grell and grell philosopher
Tsochar 121-123
Beholderkin 135-141 Hive mother, director, eye of the deep, overseer, and spectator
Cildabrin 141-142
Cloaker, shadowcloak elder 142-144
Elder brain 144-146
Elder eidolon 146-148
Gas spore 148-149
Gibbering mouther 150-151
Half-farspawn 151-153 Template; sample creature is a half-farspawn gray render
Hound of the gloom 153-154
Illithidae 154-157 Embrac, kigrid, and saltor
Mind flayer, alhoon 157-158
Mind flayer, Ulitharid 158-159
Mind flayer, vampire 160-161
Pseudonatural creature 161-162 Template; sample creature is a pseudonatural hippogriff
Psurlon 162-165 Average psurlon, elder psurlon, and giant psurlon
Shaboath 166
Shadow creature 167-168 Template; sample creature is a shadow choker
Silthilar 168-170
Urophion 170-171 The Illithiad (1998) Cross between roper and illithid that looks like a rocky outcropping and has hidden tentacles.
Zeugalak 171-172

WTC 17758 - Frostburn (2004)[edit]

Frostburn: Mastering the Perils of Ice and Snow was published in 2004, and written by Wolfgang Baur, James Jacobs, and George Strayton. Frostburn is an official supplement for the 3.5 edition of Dungeons and Dragons, and includes new content for cold based climate campaigns. The book contains both new playable races and monsters in addition to expanded rules and campaign ideas regarding; High altitude, arctic, and Cold environments in general.

ISBN 0-7869-3657-6

Creature Page Other Appearances Variants Description
Human 33-34 Seafarer, Everfrost barbarian, Icefolk, Mountain folk
Dwarves 34, 122-124 Glacier Dwarves, Midgard Dwarves
Elves 34-35 Snow Elves
Gnomes 35 Ice Gnomes
Halflings 36 Tundra Halflings
Neanderthals 36-37, 145-146
Uldras 38-40, 158-159
Branta 113-114 Cold Subtype
Chilblain 114-115
Dire Animal 115-121 Dire Polar Bear, Glyptodon, Megaloceros, Smilodon (Saber-Toothed Tiger), Woolly Mammoth, Zeuglodon
Domovoi 121-122 Fire subtype
Elemental Weird 153-154 Ice Weird, Snow Weird
Entombed 128-129
Frost Folk 130-131
Qorrashi Genie 131,132
Frostfell Ghost 132-133
Giant, Frost 133-136 Frost Giant Mauler, Frost Giant Spiritspeaker, Frost Giant Tundra Scout,
Goblin, Snow 136-137
Golem, Ice 137-138
Ice Beast 138-140 Template; sample creature is a Ice Beast Gargoyle
Ice Toad 140-141
Icegaunt 141-142
Malasynep 142-143 Malasynep Mindmage
Marzanna 33-34
Orc 146-147 Snow Shaman Orc
Pudding, White 147-148
Raven, Giant 148-149
Rimfire Eidolon 149-150
Rusalka 151
Shivhad 152-153
Snowcloak 153-154
Spider, Snow 154-155 Small Snow Spider, Medium Snow Spider, Large Snow Spider
Spirit Animal 155-157 Template; sample creature is a Spirit Wolf
Tlalusk 157-158 Fire subtype
Urskan 159-160
Vodyanoi 160-161
Winterspawn 161-162
Yeti 162-163 Abominable Yeti
Yuki-On-Na 164
Animal, Arctic 164-166 Caribou, Arctic Fox, Sea Otter, Penguin, Seal, Walrus

(p113-166) - ISBN 0-7869-2896-4

WTC 17867 - Stormwrack (2005)[edit]

(p135-170)

WTC 17920 - Planar Handbook (2004)[edit]

(p107-134) - ISBN 0-7869-3429-8

WTC 17921 - Monster Manual III (2004)[edit]

ISBN 0-7869-3430-1

WTC 17924 - Libris Mortis - The Book of Undead (2004)[edit]

(p81-132) - ISBN 0-7869-3433-6

WTC 86400 - Eberron Campaign Setting[edit]

(p275-303) - ISBN 0-7869-3274-0

WTC 88026 - Book of Exalted Deeds (2003)[edit]

(p157-191)

WTC 17925 - Complete Arcane (2004)[edit]

(pages unknown) - ISBN 0-7869-3435-2

WTC 88268 - Expanded Psionics Handbook (2004)[edit]

(p185-218) - ISBN 0-7869-3301-1

WTC 88578 - Races of Faerun (2003)[edit]

ISBN 0-7869-2875-1

WTC 88581 - Forgotten Realms - Underdark (2003)[edit]

(p78-99) - ISBN 0-7869-3053-5

WTC 96566 - Forgotten Realms - Serpent Kingdoms (2004)[edit]

(p62-91) - ISBN 0-7869-3277-5

WTC 96582 - Miniatures Handbook (2003)[edit]

(p45-72) - ISBN 0-7869-3281-3

WTC 8857972 - Magic of Incarnum (2005)[edit]

(pages unknown) - ISBN 0-7869-3701-7

WTC 9536500 - Tome of Magic (2006)[edit]

(pages unknown) - ISBN 0-7869-3909-5

WTC 9537572 - Fiendish Codex I: Hordes of the Abyss (2006)[edit]

Fiendish Codex I: Hordes of the Abyss was published in 2006, and was written by Ed Stark, James Jacobs, and Erik Mona. Fiendish Codex I is an official supplement for the 3.5 edition of Dungeons and Dragons, and includes new content for demons and inhabitants of the Abyss. Chapter 2 contains statistics for new monsters, on pages 27–56, while Chapter 3 contains statistics for 14 demon lords, on pages 57–80.

ISBN 0-7869-3919-2

Creature Page Other Appearances Variants Description
Armanite 28-29
Bar-lgura 29-31 Monster Manual II, Book of Vile Darkness
Broodswarm 31-32
Bulezau 33-34
Chasme 34-35 Monster Manual II, Book of Vile Darkness
Dybbuk 36-37
Ekolid 38-39
Goristro 40-41
Guecubu 41-43
Lilitu 43-45
Mane 45-46 Monster Manual, Book of Vile Darkness
Molydeus 46-48
Nabassu 48-51 Monster Manual II Described are the juvenile nabassu and mature nabassu
Rutterkin 51-52 Monster Manual II, Book of Vile Darkness
Sibriex 52-54
Yochlol 54-56
Baphomet 58-59 Monster Manual II The demon lord of minotaurs
Dagon 59-61 Obyrith demon lord of water, sea-dwelling creatures, and secrets
Demogorgon 61-63 Eldritch Wizardry, Monster Manual, Book of Vile Darkness
Fraz-Urb'luu 63-65 Monster Manual II
Graz'zt 65-66 Monster Manual II, Book of Vile Darkness
Juiblex 66-68 Monster Manual, Book of Vile Darkness
Kostchtchie 68-69 Monster Manual II
Malcanthet 69-71
Obox-ob 71-73
Orcus 73-74 Eldritch Wizardry, Monster Manual, Book of Vile Darkness
Pale Night 74-76
Pazuzu 76-77 Monster Manual II
Yeenoghu 78-79 Monster Manual, Book of Vile Darkness
Zuggtmoy 79-80

WTC 9537672 - Monster Manual IV (2006)[edit]

ISBN 0-7869-3920-6

WTC 9537872 - Tome of Battle: The Book of Nine Swords (2006)[edit]

ISBN 0-7869-3922-2

WTC 9538772 - Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells (2006)[edit]

(p107-140) - ISBN 0-7869-3940-0

WTC 9568172 - Monster Manual V (2007)[edit]

ISBN 978-0-7869-4115-5

WTC 9568472 - Dungeonscape (2007)[edit]

(pages unknown) - ISBN 0-7869-4118-6