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    Lightbulb GITP Monster Competition XX - Gone Mental (Voting Opened!)

    Gone Mental

    Cogito ergo sum. - Rene Descartes

    This month is the 4th anniversary of the release of the Expanded Psionics Handbook. In honor of the occasion this contest will be devoted solely to psionic beings. Creatures whose mind extend into a realm of awareness that few can approach and shape the world by sheer will. What do you think is possible?

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    The contest begins with the posting of this thread and will continue until Midnight of April 20th (EST).

    Soon after a poll will be opened for everyone to vote for their favorite that will last until midnight of the last day of the month.


    1. You will be creating an 'original' D&D monster. A being defined by their heightened mental capacity, be it those of great intellect or their primal id.

    In stat terms, all they require is the psionic subtype. To gain the psionic subtype you merely have to be able to manifest a psionic power or have at least one power point.

    For rules on psionics click here

    Secret Piercer (Odaiusey)

    2. The entry must include name, complete stat-block, physical description, basic background information, and detailed combat behavior if any. A plot hook or similar in addition is optional. Incomplete entries will be disqualified upon the deadline.

    3. Entries must be 3.5 edition, using the standard format listed below (not that new one seen in the Monster Manual IV, except for a lore section which is encouraged).

    4. Post all entries on this thread. Do not post conversation here. Any and All Comments and discussions will take place on a separate thread here (this is a link).

    5. One entry per participant. No double-teaming.

    6. Entries copied from some other source (splatbook, alternate website, etc) will be disqualified. All entries must be a new creation, not one already posted. Merely adding class levels or templates to an already published or posted creature does not count as a new monster.

    7. No reserving posts. Feel free to post a creature and tweak it, but you have to have the basic beast already done.

    Last edited by The Vorpal Tribble; 2008-04-21 at 08:52 PM.