- Otyughs have a large bulbous body with a gaping maw of razor-shape teeth. they attack with two large tentacles, which they use to drag prey into th...
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- Corrupted Otyugh ..............................24. Crimson Moth......................................
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- Dec 2, 2008 system of caves occupied by an otyugh (MM 211) and several skeletons (MM 234 ), which ignore one another.
- Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 Edition Index – Monsters – sorted by HD
- Otyugh. (MM p204). Aberration.
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- Âme de Monstres & Prix de Chasseur. Sont inclus les fragments reliés aux monstres puissants de la Steppe d'Archylte (Pleurodire, Otyugh, Invincible & Yomi).
- Otyugh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, the otyugh or gulguthra, is a type of fictional monster for player characters to encounter.
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- An otyugh attacks living creatures if it feels threatened or if it is hungry; otherwise it is content to remain hidden.
- Nov 1, 2010 Rank Homes: Otyughs snuggle into squishy nests of decaying matter, which provide excellent camouflage for their mottled flanks.
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- Otyugh. This three-legged freak is mostly mouth. Three tentacles, two tipped with barbs and one with eyes, extend from its sides.
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