The Infamous Seven

A particularly cantankerous dragon eel, Baaragrauth is said to haunt various reefs and bays near the Seven Villages, although to date, no one’s managed to locate his lair.

An immense shambling mound larger than many buildings reportedly dwells in Blackfen Swamp on the western coast of the isle. A tribe of bullywugs calls this monster Burbalarg, and have taken it as their tribal totem although it is unlikely that the frog-men have anything resembling an actual alliance with the monster.

A terrifying scorpion the size of a house, Cerattakatha dwells on the aptly named Scorpion Isle. The remote location of the isle and its unsavoury scorpion denizens make the prospect of even reaching Cerattakatha’s lair difficult.

A notorious bull ankylosaurus, more dangerous than most of his kind, has long dwelt in the Valley of Madness, where he grazes upon a local narcotic the does little to blunt his ill-natured personality.

An immense dragon turtle who dwells, in the northern waters, Emraag is known by the local tribes as the Glutton. He serves as the principle reason why more water-borne traffic doesn’t surround the isle.

Temauhti-tecuani (Slain!)
An enormous tyrannosaur, scarred and missing one hand and one eye, Temauhti-tecuani has long been viewed as the oldest and angriest of his kind on the isle. Temauhti-tecuani eventually met his death at the hands of the adventures near the tar pits. After being paraded round the Olman villages as a trophy, his skull was mounted above the bar in the Last Coconut.

The lord of Dragonhaunt Hollow, Xiureksor is an enormous green dragon, supposedly the only true dragon to live on the Isle of Dread. No one’s seen her in some time, but it’s generally assumed she still lives sleeping in a hidden cave below the northeastern section of the isle.

The Infamous Seven

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