Seducers were damned for the sin of lust, losing themselves in the desires of the flesh. They exude an aura of carnal passion, making them appear as seductive consorts rather than hideous monsters.
Ravagers were damned for the sin of violence, slaughtering their fellow mortals without mercy or remorse. The intensity of their blood lust turns any weapon touched by their aura razor sharp, allowing them to penetrate armor, weapons, and shields in their pursuit of carnage.
Deceivers were damned for the sin of deceit, lying and conniving their way through life. They project an aura of lies, casting out illusions to distract and confuse their opponents.
Sometimes referred to simply as Giant Worms, these massive slime ridden worms are carnivorous. Often found in great colonies, worms overpower and smother their prey. Their toxic slime dissolves a victim and, in turn, the worms will slurp up the liquefied body.
Stinging, flying insects as big as a small dog. With hard shelled bodies and a powerful venomous sting able to bring down prey many times their size.
The remains of a powerful and ancient dragon, this undead is one of the rarest and most feared in all of orn. Dragons rarely die of old age but some very old dragons seek immortality through magic and kill their mortal form in order to remain living in a more durable body. To kill a dracolich you must destroy it's body and it's phylactery. Even then several have devoted their existence to a patron immortal who may revive them.
These winged mammals' frequent caves and other disused structures. Some have even been cataloged to be the size of a large horse.
A Lich is most often the result of using powerful magic and ritual to bind a soul to a phylactery and achieving immortality. Liches have mummified bodies or are completely skeletal. They often hold power over hordes of undead, used as soldiers. Even after transformation a Lich remains highly intelligent.