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The adult green dragon and death knight are very interesting entries for the Dreadwood random encounter table. A green dragon could have an uneasy alliance with a party to fight Granny Nightshade, seeking rule of the Dreadwood and Castle Spiral for itself. Or it could be an ally of Nightshade's, or perhaps even Granny Nightshade can shapechange or polymorph into a green dragon. Also, is this death knight some sort of oath breaker who joined up with Granny Nightshade? A former lover perhaps? A hero and monster hunter cursed by Nightshade to be what he once destroyed? Could a party seek out this death knight's aid in the fight against Nightshade, or is it too far gone to be of aid to either faction, pursuing its own goals or protecting some item or location that could be used against the night hag (which would also be a great use of the green dragon). Perhaps an enterprising party can ally with both...meaning they can storm Castle Spiral with a death knight riding a green dragon! That visual alone is worth the potential betrayal, right? With these two particular entries I feel there's a ton of ways they could be used as allies, enemies, or both, but there's others as well!
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Horses are the only animals that do not turn into Beasts when killed by Liches; instead, they turn into the skeleton horses that the Dread Knights can mount. Okay were almost ready for our first release. I'm making sure every house has light switches (yeah, it was a problem) and finding the last few invisible walls and such. I've also expanded the map outGhouls, Beasts, and Scuttlers can vary in size, depending how big the slain mob they spawned from was. I think the movie "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" is a great for a variety of reasons, but the designs and motivations of the witches in that movie could give some good inspiration for Granny Nightshade and her baronesses! There are Magic: The Gathering sets, particularly the recent Innistrad releases, that can provide a lot of inspiration for themes and monsters of the Dreadwood as well. If you’re planning to watch Deadwood, there’s some bad news: this brilliant show ended rather abruptly in its third season. The good news? In 2019, 13 years after the show ended, Deadwood: The Movie was released, and it offered a spectacular conclusion to the series.