The April edition of my monthly monster-building column, No Assembly Required, is now posted at This Is My Game.
The column, No Assembly Required, features a monster that can be inserted into a Dungeon & Dragons 4th Edition campaign. Each monster in the series includes comprehensive information including Origin, Lore, Combat Tactics, Power Descriptions and Stat Block. Visit This Is My Game to review this month’s monster, Kemah Timmonen. Kemah is an Paragon-Tier female shadar-kai that will feel right at home in any campaign, but certainly an adventure in The Shadowfell.
My goal with Kemah was to create a ruthless villain to go along with the uneasy and violent themes of The Shadowfell. I wanted her to enhance her abilities as a Controller and crafted powers to fit into this theme. I modified what it means to be Dominated and created a new status effect, Conflicted.
And I also wanted her to have orange and black in her color schedule because it’s playoff hockey time and I’m a huge Philadelphia Flyers fan. The Flyers are currently battling in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs – so Let’s Go Flyers!
Visit This is My Game for the full description of Kemah Timmonen, and check out previous entries in the series!
Many thanks to Grant Gould who provided the fantastic design and illustration for Kemah.
2 thoughts on “No Assembly Required: Kemah Timmonen”
Recognized that name as soon as the post showed up in my blogroll! Go Flyers!!!
Yes, the first-round series with the Penguins has been insanity. It would be wonderful if they could finish them off tomorrow and then rest for a week.
Maybe Kimmo found out about the monster and was inspired to fight last game? heh