Atlas Animalia’s Shoebill Cockatrice Shows a Biodiversity of Monsters

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Add a new level of variety to your game with the wonderous creatures of the Atlas Animalia. From the wild and devastating Tornado Pegasus, to the cute and playful Pandawl, there is much to discover in this ENnie nominated tome.

Packed with diverse and unique variations of the beasts you know and love, Atlas Animalia is perfect for use in any TTRPG. Add a sense of uniqueness and diversity to your game, and finally answer the question, “can I keep it as a pet?”

Metal Weave Games (MWG) is a leading publisher evocative and inspirational tabletop products. The company has developed award-winning catalog, building an  with players and fans hailing from all around the world.

MWG’s steadily-growing portfolio includes it’s own first party creations, including the Baby Bestiary, Atlas Animalia, and Embers of the Forgotten Kingdom,  licensing firmly established franchises such as the indie-hit, Hyper Light Drifter, to working with independent creators and partners to create works such as Dragon’s Stew and the Gardner’s Apprentice.

Sarah Dahlinger is a creature concept sculptor and illustrator who creates both 2D and 3D monsters and animals for books, games, and film. She’s also a scientific illustrator focused on vertebrate anatomy.

She has created art for Cephalofair Games, ETLOK Studios, Cinemo Galactic, Paizo, Monte Cook Games, Centipede Press, Evil Hat Productions, Chaosium, Petersen Games, Metal Weave Games, Alligator Alley Entertainment, Wet Ink Games, Part 12 Studios, Happy Giant, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (for ichthyology), the National Park Service, the Texas A&M University (for herpetology), and many more!

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