Fantastic Beasts and How to Slay Them: Dugbog

This journey has its ups and downs.

From a dozen deadly dragons, to a Dugbog. From giant reptilian, fire-spitting monstrosities, to a small amphibian that looks like a log. It’s a bit of a drop off. Nevertheless, I said I would turn all the Fantastic Beasts into D&D monsters, and so I shall.


Not much else to say really. Its a mini crocodile that can pretend to be flotsam. Could be a fun one to include during an excursion into a swamp or jungle river. A nasty surprise for a low-level character. A nest of Dugbog aren’t going to give high-level adventurers much grief, but they could definitely add a fun diversion to a jungle journey: Ow, I think I just got bitten by a leech…that’s not a leech!”

Thank You For Reading

If you want to see all the Fantastic Beasts receive the Dungeons & Dragons treatment, click here!

Author: Rufus Scott

I am a long term Gamer, a full-time History Teacher and a part-time geek. I enjoy writing about the positive aspects of gaming, especially when it comes to education. My posts are sometimes nostalgic, occasionally irrelevant, largely meant to provoke further discussion. I'll sometimes punctuate these whimsical ramblings with a random comment on gaming and/or teaching.

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