D&D: Monster Cards

Ever wondered what all the D&D (5th ed.) monsters would look like as cards?

I bought the all the monster card PDFs from Inkwell Ideas, and just finished my little collection.

Took me ALL night and morning doing this (last few hours were tough), and I do recommend getting the psychical cards if possible ๐Ÿ˜‰

Used them a my last game, and I loved them!

– Chaotic Colors

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    1. Had done some intense research myself, and while many generous souls have shared their own monster cards. I wasnโ€™t quite happy with them, but these from Inkwell Ideas just hit the spot.

      My only worry is the 6th edition will appear now that I made them haha

      However, thereโ€™s also cards without stats, but just the descriptions. They look pretty cool as well ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. Yeah, the size of my cards is not consistent because some beasties have so much info. I laminated all of mine as well (I love my laminator lol).
    Donโ€™t worry about 6th ed for awhile. 5e is the most popular edition ever. WOTC will milk it for at least another 5 yrs (maybe more). ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Donโ€™t get me started on laminating, you develop a special relationship with that thing haha

      Laminated a ton of unit cards for Warhammer etc., and had to defeat my inner laminate demon not to do these as well.
      I used the excuse, that unlaminated I can slip in personal notes in the sleeves haha

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