Fantastic Beasts and How to Slay Them: Flobberworm

If you were running a table top adventure in the Potterverse, or a campaign inspired by that world, you would want to include as many of the Fantastic Beasts as possible. But do you really need to include the flobberworm?

Flobberworm

What else were you expecting? It’s a tube of mucus. That rarely moves. It’s dangerous to anything as strong as lettuce.

Maybe you could include them as a fetch quest – a wizard wants their goop for their potion making? You could role for initiative and ready for combat… as a joke, maybe?

At least I can say I’ve made the stat block and now I can move on. What’s next? A Fwooper. It’s powers are… it makes a noise that is very annoying. And yet that’s still more interesting than a Flobberworm.

Thank You For Reading

Click here for the more interesting beasts I’ve already converted into D&D monsters.

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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