The Legendary Evils set of D&D Miniatures gave us some of the most inspiring Huge miniatures so far. But it's often difficult to find a use for Huge monsters in a regular campaign. Now, many of the minis from that set have even more options thanks to this installment of the Bestiary series. We're giving you more ways to use these monsters throughout the paragon and epic tiers of play, so there's no excuse to leave those Huge minis on the shelf anymore.
From titans that soar through the sky tossing thunderbolts to the massive demons that dwell deep in the Abyss, mammoth creatures populate all regions of the Dungeons & Dragons world. This article gives you more options for using existing Huge creatures throughout paragon and epic levels. There are high-level elites turned into lower-level solos, and vice-versa. Each monster has a twist in its storyline so that it plays differently than a normal monster of the type would if it had its level increased or decreased.
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Logan Bonner has a lair that is a series of spiraling tunnels, and at the nexus of these passages lurks Logan Bonner. Any creature passing over one of these tunnels is drawn towards it hypnotically, for the tunnels form a pattern which is hypnotic. When a victim is within the passages, he approaches Logan without realizing it and is charmed by a spell from the game designer unless a saving throw at -4 on the die is made. The charmed victim will then be devoured at Logan's leisure. In these depths, Logan has produced fiendish works such as Adventurer's Vault, Forgotten Realms Player's Guide, Draconimicon, and Arcane Power.