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Monster Guide
Author(s) Jackie Cassada,‎ Brandon Crowley,‎ Richard Farrese,‎ Bob Fitch,‎ Bruce Graw
Artist(s) Various
Pages 224
Publisher(s) Arthaus
Publication date February 7, 2007
Format(s) Hardcover
Retail price US: $39.99
ISBN 10 1588469360
ISBN 13 978-1588469366
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This article contains information from the Warcraft RPG which is considered non-canon.

The Monster Guide is the creature sourcebook for the World of Warcraft RPG and a successor to the earlier Manual of Monsters (released in 2003). Additional animals were released in the Monster Guide Web Supplement. It was released on February 7, 2007 and has since gone out of print.[1]


Brave Azeroth’s Denizens

The undead Scourge dominates Lordaeron and Northrend. Servants of the insidious Burning Legion summon demons. Naga strike from the depths, and troggs burst from dark places beneath the surface. To carve your name into legend, you must match swords, wits, skill, and spell with these and hundreds of other creatures.

A sourcebook for World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game

  • Over 200 monsters drawn from Blizzard Entertainment’s World of Warcraft fully usable in the WoW RPG and other d20 campaigns.
  • A beautiful full-color encyclopedia of monsters appealing to online and tabletop players alike.
  • Includes detailed entries on many of Azeroth's key villains, such as Baron Geddon, Illidan Stormrage, Lord Kazzak, and Onyxia.
  • Includes full rules on monster abilities, on improving monsters, and on using monsters as heroes, villains and player characters.

Sword & Sorcery books are published under the Open Game License and are 100% compatible with v.3.5 rules and the d20 System.

List of Monsters[]

Chapter 1: The Dangers of Being a Hero

  • Nerubian worker crypt fiend
  • Lesser living flame
  • Living flame
  • Greater living flame
  • Flaming elemental
  • Blazing elemental
  • Fiery destroyer
  • Lava elemental
  • Lava surger
  • Felguard elite
  • Felstalker
  • Fel ravager
  • Ghostly Warrior
  • Lesser infernal
  • Massive infernal
  • Human lich
  • Makrura tidecaller
  • Mana burst
  • Scopid dunestalker
  • Silithid reaver
  • Silithid swarmer
  • Silithid broodling swarm
  • Silithid wasp
  • Bat swarm
  • Rat swarm
  • Human zombie
  • Sentient zombies

Chapter 2: Villains


Jackie Cassada, Brandon Crowley, Richard Farrese, Bob Fitch, Bruce Graw, Luke Johnson, Adam Loyd, Andrew Rowe, and Amber E. Scott
Additional Design and Material
Chris Metzen, Ben Brode, Samwise Didier, Bob Fitch, Evelyn Fredericksen, Brian Hsieh, Micky Neilson, Lisa Pearce, and Gloria Soto
Luke Johnson
Scott Holden
Managing Editor
Stewart Wieck
Art Direction and Design
Mike Chaney
Cover Artist
Jason Chan and Glenn Rane
Interior Artist
Glenn Rane

Blizzard Entertainment[]

Creative Development Manager
Shawn Carnes
Ben Brode
Evelyn Fredericksen, Micky Nielsen
Art Directors
Glenn Rane, Sam Didier
Blizzard Special Thanks
Chris Metzen, Gloria Soto, Joanna Cleland, Lisa Pearce, Brian Hsieh[2]



  1. ^ According to
  2. ^ Monster Guide, pg. 1

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