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DnD anthros by Pachycrocuta DnD anthros by Pachycrocuta
Reposted with customer permission. An anthropomorphic rust monster takes on an anthropomorphic owlbear.
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capheind Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013
The anthro-rust monster is awesome (and will be my go-to fantasy insect race... someday...) but why does it have six limbs when the rust monster only has four? 
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Pachycrocuta Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2013
I don't remember whether that was the spec or whether that was simply my mistake!
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Jorda-The-Knight Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2012
I'm not sure how an anthro rust monster uses swords, maybe they're wooden, or at least the handles are leather bound and he's careful not to touch the blades, but I love it either way! :D
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capheind Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2013
Carefully I'd assume. Even though Greyhawk never specified as much, the AD&D monster manual does specify that its contact with the antennae that causes the rusting. 
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BrutorzBill Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2012
Really Cool!
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Pachycrocuta Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2012
Thanks!
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seckardar Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2011
This piece is Fantastic.

I have been an old school D&D Monster junkie ever since I picked up the Original Monster Manual at a local hole-in- the- wall hobbystore (20 years ago!)

These are the type of cool and fresh character race ideas I am constantly begging and bargining with my various GM's over the years to let me play. (with varying results) :(

Now let's see an anthro-Otyugh beggar or an anthro Displacer beast Thief !:)

Great stuff my friend.
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Pachycrocuta Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
Thanks!

The person to ask about this might be [link] - this is an illustration for a magazine he does, and I'm sure he'd appreciate more traffic!
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