BearowlPosted: October 7, 2015 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: monsters 2 Comments
(pictured above: bearowl cub)
One in twenty owlbear hatchlings are different from their siblings when they emerge from the egg. Normally, the owlbear has the body of a bear with the head and beak of a giant owl… but the bearowl has the body of an owl with the head of a bear. It has wings and nimbly flies hither and yon despite it’s nearly 300 pound weight and 7+ foot height at full growth. Like the owlbear, the bearowl is a ferocious carnivore… and is possibly more foul tempered than the already irascible owlbear.
Avoid forest glens where the branches of trees and the ground appears to be streaked with enormous amounts of bird droppings and regurgitated human bones mixed with bits of armor, weapons, shoes, boots, buttons, belt buckles and the recently discarded knapsacks and other possessions of unlucky travelers.
Snap! (Except yours is well drawn and looks properly menacing, while mine was badly drawn and just looks goofy.)
Aha! You beat me to the presses with this news item, Mr. Carver!