Art Gallery 04/15/2005

Lords of Madness

84699.jpgBy taking a look at the unnatural creatures portrayed within Lords of Madness: The Book of Aberrations, you may find that you're inspired to greater things -- either as a player or a DM. Happily, this book provides PCs with some options for fighting these creatures, and DMs can make their campaign plots even more insidiously evil by reading the source material for the creatures. View the evil waiting for you within the art gallery for this D&D accessory.

Sincere thanks go to art director Dawn Murin and artists Steven Belledin, Mitch Cotie, Ed Cox, Steve Ellis, Wayne England, Colin Fix, Dana Knutson, Doug Kovacs, Chuck Lukacs, Dennis Crabapple McClain, Jim Nelson, Michael Phillippi, Wayne Reynolds, Richard Sardinha, Dan Scott, and Ron Spencer.

Click the links below to view the illustrations.

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Introduction by Chuck Lukacs
Lost in the Far Realm by Michael Phillippi
Cultist by Mitch Cotie
Deep Masters Chapter Start by Doug Kovacs
Aboleth Cutaway View by Ed Cox
Aboleth Brain by Ed Cox
Stygian Aboleth by Colin Fix
Aboleth Glyphs by Wayne England
Aboleth City by Richard Sardinha
Aboleth and New Slave by Ron Spencer
Skum Ambush by Mitch Cotie
The Eye Tyrants Chapter Start by Doug Kovacs
Beholder Cutaway View by Ed Cox
Beholder Eye by Ed Cox
Elder Orb by Wayne England
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