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Monster Manual II, released in 2002, is a sourcebook for Dungeons & Dragons 3.0.



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List of monsters

The book provides game statistics for over 100 monsters:

abeil (vassal, soldier, queen), ash rat, asperi, automaton (pulverizer, hammerer), avolakia, banshee, bladeling, blood ape, boggle, bogun, bone naga, bone ooze, braxat, breathdrinker, bronze serpent, catoblepas, celestial (cervidal, lupinal), chain golem, chaos roc, cloaked ape, clockwork horror (electrum horror, gold horror, platinum horror, adamantine horror), cloud ray, corollax, corpse gatherer, crimson death, darktentacles, deathbringer, demon (abyssal maw, abyssal skulker, abyssal ravager, jovoc, palrethee, zovvut, jarilith, kelvezu), desmodu, desmodu bat (hunting bat, guard bat, war bat), devil (advespa, amnizu, malebranche), dinosaur (cryptoclidus, allosaurus, anklylosaurus, quetzalcoatlus, seismosaurus, spinosaurus), dire animal (dire horse, dire elk, dire elephant, dire toad, dire hawk, dire snake), gem dragon (amethyst dragon, crystal dragon, emerald dragon, sapphire dragon, topaz dragon), dread guard, dune stalker, effigy, elemental weird (air weird, earth weird, fire weird, water weird), ether scarab, ethereal doppelganger, ethereal slayer, famine spirit, felldrake (crested felldrake, spitting felldrake, horned felldrake), fiendwurm, fihyr (fihyr, great fihyr), firbolg, fire bat, flesh jelly, fomorian, forest sloth, frost salamander, galeb duhr, gambol, giant (forest giant, sun giant, ocean giant, mountain giant), glimmerskin, golem (stained glass golem, brass golem, dragonflesh golem), gravecrawler, gravorg, greenvise, grell, grimalkin, grizzly mastodon, half-fiend (durzagon), hellfire wyrm, hook horror, immoth, ixitxachitl (average ixitxachitl, vampiric ixitxachitl), jahi, jermlaine, juggernaut, julajimus, kopru, leechwalker, legendary animals (legendary eagle, legendary ape, legendary wolf, legendary snake, legendary horse, legendary bear, legendary tiger, legendary shark), leviathan, linnorm (gray linnorm, dread linnorm, corpse tearer), loxo, marrash, meenlock, megalodon, megapede, moonbeast, mooncalf, moonrat, morkoth, mudmaw, myconid (myconid junior worker, myconid average worker, myconid elder worker, myconid guard, myconid circle leader, myconid sovereign), needlefolk, neogi (neogi spawn, adult neogi, great old master neogi), nethersight mastiff, nightmare beast, nimblewright, ocean strider, orcwort (wortling, orcwort), ormyrr, phase wasp, phoenix, planetouched (chaond, zenythri), psurlon (average psurlon, elder psurlon, giant psurlon), ragewind, raggamoffyn (tatterdemanimal, common raggamoffyn, guttersnipe, shrapnyl), rampager, reason stealer, red sundew, rogue eidolon, rukarazyll, runic guardian, shadow spider, sirine, spawn of Kyuss, spell weaver, spellgaunt, spirit of the land, stone spike, swamplight lynx, sylph, tempest, teratomorph, thri-kreen, twig blight, vaporighu, windghost, wyste, yak folk, yugoloth (marraenoloth, arcanaloth, yagnoloth).

Appendix: Templates

Appendix: Templates contains a number of monster templates:

captured one, chimeric creature, death knight, half-golem (flesh half-golem, clay half-golem, stone half-golem, iron half-golem), monster of legend, spellstitched creature, tauric creature, titanic creature, warbeast.

Other material

The book concludes with two monsters, originally from the Sword & Sorcery Studios sourcebook Creature Collection, which had been released as Open Game Content: the razor boar (which originally appeared as the "iron tusker")[1] and the scorpionfolk (which originally appeared as the "sandmasker")[2].


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Reception and influence

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  1. Creature Collection (2000), p.121.
  2. Creature Collection (2000), p.163.

Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manuals
Monster Manual (1e)Monster Manual II (1e)
Monstrous Compendium Volume One (2e)Monstrous Compendium Volume Two (2e)Monstrous Manual (2e)
Monster Manual (3.0)Monster Manual II (3.0)
Monster Manual (3.5)Monster Manual III (3.5)Monster Manual IV (3.5)Monster Manual V (3.5)
Monster Manual (4e)Monster Manual 2 (4e)Monster Manual 3 (4e)Monster Vault (4e)
Monster Manual (5e)
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