Today I am going to use 5 randomly generated monsters as writing prompts and present them to you.
For me, the OSR experience is nostalgia for a time that came before me. It is revelling in the freedom of certain death. It is a look at new things made old again, which in turn have been made new again. It feels archetypal. Strange yet so familiar.
In Part I, we learned the names and powers of four of the Demon Kings of Hell as described by the Ars Goetia in the Lesser Key of Solomon. Today we will discover the remaining five.
In the mid-17th century, a hidden group of sorcerors compiled a grimoire whose fell influence would echo through the ages. The grimoire was called The Lesser Key of Solomon.
Since the beginning, humankind has had to contend with dragons. These ancient serpents represent the culmination of all our deepest fears. They are ubiquitous – born in some form across all the cultures and geographies of our planet.
This is Part III, the final part, of the Novus Bestiary trilogy on significant spiders.
Welcome to Part II of the Novus Bestiary trilogy examining the most notable specimens of spiders from mythology.
Spiders weave their webs in the darkest places. They weave intricate patterns across all of our narratives. Their stories are ancient and ubiquitous.
Today is the winter solstice: the shortest day, and the longest night. During this time of year, where night stretches on and the cold deepens, there are some demons who grow restless and bold.