Sunday, March 04, 2012

The International League of Fiend Foliasts

Vaults of Nagoh: Fiend Folio-only Wandering Monster tables

Playing D&D with Porn Stars: Redoing the Fiend Folio (series)

Blood of Prokopius: Fiend Folio series

my stuff: Proscriptive Campaign Creation, The Folian Mythos, Mightiest Monsters: FF, the flumph beat this? part 1, part 2, part 3

What Are You Doing: FF doodles part 1, part 2

Kevin Mayle: cover study

SomethingAwful: WTF, FF? part 1, part 2

Please enter any additional links in the comments.  Chris of Vaults of Nagoh mentions a Tales of the Rambling Bumblers post, but I can't find it at the moment.


  1. Anonymous11:55 AM

    Don't forget Tony DiTerlizzi's reimagining of the cover:

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  3. Here:

  4. I put together some lists of Fiend Folio Sources & Uses (OD&D Discussion Forum posts). Lists of the original sources (mostly Fiend Factory articles, some TSR modules), author stats (Ian Livingstone for the win), and uses (World of Greyhawk encounter tables, etc).

  5. I mention my conflicted love of it here:

  6. Adventures in Making Lines on Paper (tumblr) is posting a series of color illustrations of a large selection of monsters from the Monster Manual and Fiend Folio, in alphabetical order. The most recent (3/1) is of the Death Knight.

  7. This blog title didn't go far enough. It could have been The International League of Fiend Folio Friends, at least. (I almost went with all caps in honor of Gygax's birthday, but maybe that would have been pushing it.)

  8. I was going to post my monster-illustrating project, but Zenopus Archives has kindly beat to to my own self promotion. So thank you for that, and yeah, I'm drawing some Fiend Folio beasts.

    Also, Theodric's alliteration could've gone further by being the International Fellowship of Fearless Fiend Folio Friends.

  9. Anonymous6:24 AM

    Fiend Folio is when TSR jumped the shark. I never looked at their products the same way after that.