Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkRPG MuseumRPG Museum talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkForumForum talkModuleModule talkWall thread Articles Photos and Videos People Everything About 1,500 results for RPG Museum Welcome to the RPG Museum! We are a wiki about tabletop role-playing games (RPGs), and our database includes information for RPG players, GMs, and designers. Other RPG wikis focus on homebrew content or specific https://rpgmuseum.fandom.com/wiki/RPG_Museum BBEG The BBEG, Big Bad Evil Guy/Girl or Big Bad End Guy/Girl, is a specific type of non-player character who serves as the main villain of a campaign or scenario. In role-playing https://rpgmuseum.fandom.com/wiki/BBEG Neraphim https://rpgmuseum.fandom.com/wiki/Neraphim Monster Manual (1977) The Monster Manual (product code TSR 2009, ISBN 0-935696-00-8) was the bestiary of monsters for Advanced Dungeons& Dragons (1st edition), the first book released for that edition, and the first hardcover book https://rpgmuseum.fandom.com/wiki/Monster_Manual_(1977) List of Dungeons & Dragons 3.0 edition monsters Dungeons& Dragons 3rd edition was released in 2000. The first book containing monsters to be published was the Monster Manual, released along with the other two "core" rulebooks. Wizards of the Coast officially discontinued the https://rpgmuseum.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Dungeons_&_Dragons_3.0_edition_monsters List of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd edition monsters This was the initial volume in the Monstrous Compendium series, for the second edition of the Advanced Dungeons& Dragons game, published in 1989. 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