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Even More Orcs

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Orcs that sling fire! Orcs that sneak and stalk!
Orcs that summon demons! Orcs that become demons!
Orcs with swords, axes, spears, daggers, and claws!
Orcs with breath weapons!
Plus ogres!
And a troll!

A resource for Dungeons & Dragons, 5th Edition

23/05/2016 - Update 1

  • Added two new sections at the beginning of the book: a short glossary, and a list of orc deities.
  • Added three indices: Monsters by CR, Monsters by type, and orcs with bonus subraces.
  • Corrected numerous typos and clarified the language of many entries.
  • The book has page numbers to go with the table of contents.

03/06/2016 - Update 2

  • Corrected entries for seven monsters: Orc Cutthroat, Orc Scout, Orc Marauder, Orc Hunter, Half-Orc Warpriest, Half-Orc Barbarian, Troll Runt.
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Richard O July 12, 2017 7:36 pm UTC
The description of Goons has been cut off after:

'“Me Is Boss.” Goons are prone to delusions of
grandeur and are easily seduced by vague promises of
power, wealth, and glory. Unfortunately, the'

Hopefully its just missing some fluff but wanted to make sure.
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Travis M July 13, 2017 3:28 am UTC
It is definitely an editing error on my part. I'll fix it ASAP. Thanks for spotting it!
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Jody J June 09, 2016 6:50 pm UTC
This product has been added to the DMs Guild Creature Index.
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Travis M June 24, 2016 1:18 am UTC
What's that? The link doesn't work.
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Alastair M April 17, 2016 11:42 am UTC
Might be worth adding page numbers so they'll be available on a printout as well as on-screen. The contents list isn't much use without them in hard-copy, and there are 20 pages!

Also, could be worth adding tables of "Monsters by CR" and "Monsters by type", given they're not all "just" orcs - there's a spare column on page 2 currently doing nothing where these could go, for instance.
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Travis M April 21, 2016 9:55 pm UTC
Alastair M,

Thanks for reading through! I'm so embarrassed to have forgotten page numbers! D'oh! I like extended reference tables, too. Sometimes you don't know what you need exactly for an encounter, but you have a CR or a theme you want to stick with.

Thanks again. I hope you enjoy using it.
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Alex W March 16, 2016 8:46 pm UTC
This looks really cool, and super useful for a heavy orc-based campaign (or other humanoids).

-The very first preview has the Orc's AC as 14 instead of 15 (unarmoured Defence)

-Orc Peon is CR 1/2. The standard Orc from the MM is already CR 1/2 and seem like the 'standard' Orc, so maybe making the Peon a CR 1/4 would help differentiate them.

-Personally I think you should change the War Pig to Large. Huge is... well, huge. That is the same size as a Storm Giant or Adult Dragon. For something that big, only taking 10 damage or less to activate Relentless, not having reach, and only having the tusks do the same damage as a regular greatsword doesn't make much sense (to me).

But those are small potatoes. Good product and I really like the variety!
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Travis M March 20, 2016 11:54 pm UTC
Alex W,

Thanks for reading through. I hope you liked it.

Also, I very much appreciate the feedback and error spotting. I'm collecting other edits and suggestions for an update. Thanks for finding these, and for pointing them out.
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