Two new classic D&D monsters were added to my monster stable tonight, a Doppleganger, and a Flesh Golem.
I wanted to do a Doppleganger obviously in its "unchanged" form, and there are a lot of takes on this, but I wanted mine to look pretty alien. So I made his arms longer than they should be and gave him sort of hook-like hands.
And now, the Flesh Golem ...
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