JEFF GRUBB is an award-winning game designer whose recent credits include the D&D accessory Manual of the Planes and the three Ice Age Cycle novels, set in the Magic: The Gathering® world. He lives in Washington State.
RICH REDMAN has written the Dark¥MatterTM Arms & Equipment Guide and the D&D guidebook Defenders of the Faith. He lives in Washington State.
STEVE WINTER has worked on numerous products as editor, designer, developer, and manager. He lives in Washington State.
ED BONNY has had many articles published in Dragon® magazine, including his well-received AD&D® Planescape® and Skills & Powers articles. He lives in New Jersey.
Some interesting new entries in the D20 universe such as the infamous gem dragons :) but the format is still 3. Read morePublished on Aug. 17 2005 by Stephen Little
This book deserves three stars tops, anything more than that is too generous. Roughly about 1/3 of this book consists of 1st and 2nd edition monster conversions, some really good... Read morePublished on Dec 26 2003
Give more varieties to the monster we can choose for a DM who want to be innnovative. But i think the authors can do more work to verify the details, as some monsters from Orient... Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2003 by Chiu Ka Chun Tom
This provides many creatures that I remebered from second edition and felt were unfairly left out of the monster manual, of intrest is that for this edition they changed the layout... Read morePublished on July 3 2003 by Nate Finch
Practicly every creature in this book has tentacles, and those that don't can easily be linked to other monsters. Read morePublished on May 20 2003 by austin haws
I don't see how anyone could hate this book. It brought back some old faves like the fomorian, firbolg, and myconid. Read morePublished on March 9 2003 by "gryphon1144"
I like this addition to the D&D game...lots of useful stuff...Published on Feb. 4 2003 by Logan Spencer
This manual is pretty good, though it is not the best thing I've seen come from WOTC. The monsters were interesting (especially the Legendary Monster Template). Read morePublished on Jan. 7 2003 by Preston Halcomb