Dungeons & Dragons is about fighting monsters in dungeons, but some D&D monsters aren't even worthy of the silliest spells. While fantasy mainstays like orcs, goblins, and dragons are all well and good, eventually they get stale. Fortunately, the good folks who write Dungeons & Dragons made the Monster Manual, a huge tome of beasties to keep your dungeon crawling with the most monstrous D&D beasts.
Unfortunately, it seems like there is a limited number of good monster ideas in the world and the Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual writers burned through all of them long before they stopped writing books. To put it simply: for every actually frightening monster in the Monster Manual, there’s also a rabbit mixed with some other animal thanks to some weird, weird magic. In honor of these bad ideas, this a list of the worst monsters in D&D.
The Gelun is a creature that lives in the desert because it constantly has a block of ice forming around it, thus it needs to be in the heat. This monster is basically the equivalent of putting a zombie in a giant ice cube, which sort of invalidates anything intimidating about zombies.
Once upon a time a wizard dared to ask the question, "What if a duck and a rabbit did the dirty?" This stupid, abominable thing is the result. Yes, I’m sure you’re all quivering in your boots at the thought of fighting the dreaded Duck Bunny.
The Stench Kow is a cow that stinks. If you can’t already tell from its awful name, this monster is not very popular.
Spiderhorse belongs to a proud tradition of monsters that people made up when they were running out of ideas and just started combining two animals together to see what stuck. In the case, someone mashed together equine majesty and arachnid creepiness, canceling out both in the process.