The different MajiMonsters that roam the land have been exhaustively studied by the empire’s scholars; their findings being invaluable to those that would wield the power of drajules to capture them.
Here is but a small sample of the known MajiMonsters and the knowledge known of them.
Gravecloaks are fierce and territorial predators with powerful claws and jaws. They are risen from animal burial grounds, and often appear to be black, ichor-coated cats. Undyingly loyal and protective of their masters, while dangerous to everyone else until fully trained by a seasoned binder, these MajiMonsters are a rare breed. Beyond their terrible claws and teeth, the Gravecloak is abnormally intelligent and its purple eyes glow with an eerie semblance of sentience. These Monsters are noted to have strange ties to the ley lines of life and death—the closer one comes to its own death, the stronger and more ferocious it fights.
Horses were natural candidates for the maji’s experiments when the first MajiMonsters were created. Mosstang was the results of their trials, a beast with the speed and strength of a horse infused with the magical Verdant affinity. Centuries later, herds of wild Mosstang roam the wilderness as a diverse lot of Monsters. Those that make their home in temperate forests or plains grow long grasses and leaves in place of tails or manes. Others that live near swamps and bogs have been described as sporting shaggy, brush-like growth commonly sprouting fungi over their hides. In arid climates, Mosstang’s plant growth is represented by dry, browned brambles or thorny cacti. Regardless of appearance, bound Mosstang commonly serve as convenient mounts for their binders, making them a highly sought prize.
These vulpine Monsters were well known for their natural grace and cunning, making them among the first MajiMonsters captured by binders. Fauxfoxes made capable protectors, but it wasn't until they were used by binders in MajiMonster combat that their more curious traits were discovered. A Fauxfox can temporarily take on qualities of different magical affinities they’re exposed to. Binders observed their companions gaining resilience to an opponent’s attacks after the first blow, or Fauxfox adding the affinity of an attack that struck them to their own techniques. Combined with its innate intelligence, this made Fauxfox a dynamic MajiMonster binders refused to underestimate.
These bipedal frogs stand nearly five feet tall and can have a myriad of different colors and markings. Amphiboil is typically indigenous to tropical regions, making lairs in rainforests and lakes, but it is not uncommon for them to roam to more temperate environments. The capture of a live Amphiboil marked a historic day for MajiMonster scholars. While it was well-known that these Monsters were tied to the magical water affinity, it had been a mystery why Amphiboil radiated steam when leaving a body of water or while in heavy rain. Scholars discovered that the internal temperature of Amphiboil could reach staggeringly high levels, actually boiling the water around it (and thus, and earning its namesake). Paired with the Monster’s use of fire affinity techniques, scholars concluded that Amphiboil was attuned to both the fire and water affinities, which changed the way binders viewed the MajiMonster affinities.
Once the maji of the Old Empire found how great the power of their magic was, they drove further and further to push its limits. Soon enough, the maji discovered they could bring sentience and magical ability to inanimate objects, organic or manufactured, creating entirely new MajiMonsters in the process. Cumulem was the first of these new creatures, brought to life with raw wind magic shaped into natural clouds. With automaton-like intelligence, Cumulem is more than capable of blowing opponents away with powerful gales or clobbering them with its massive fists.
Amphare was discovered after humanity lost control of the MajiMonsters, evidence that MajiMonsters were breeding in the wild with natural beasts and creating new species in the process. Often appearing as bright blue and yellow flashes in the distance, Amphares shed sparks as they dash through fields and burrows, leaving only trails of burnt grass and the smell of ozone behind them. Amphares are among the fastest creatures on earth, and can harness lightning magics and other techniques with great ease. This has made Amphare a difficult MajiMonster to catch, but any binder in possession of one knows it’s worth the effort.
Spiricoots are strange little rodents with indigo and violet striped fur. This MajiMonster is always seen with a lantern held aloft from its tail, emitting a soft purple light. Scholars have since discovered that the lantern is completely magical in nature, unable to be separated from Spiricoot by any means. When Spiricoot travels amid the recently deceased, the light from its lantern grows brighter. For this reason, many have speculated that spirits of the dead are collected by this enigmatic MajiMonster. Because of this, Spiricoot is often thought of as the ferryman from this life to the next.
Among the first created MajiMonsters was the cunning Batpack, the maji of old weaving into them particular magics in an attempt to create the ultimate spies, though the results were different than expected. Batpacks appear as ordinary bags and pouches, with functional pouches built into their disguises. Batpack is a notorious thief, with an insatiable kleptomania. It's not uncommon for the MajiMonster to pose as discarded bag, inviting an unwary binder to placing valuables into its deep pockets. Something stolen by a Batpack is rarely recovered, as its incredible speed keep any ill-gotten gains out of their owner's hands for good. Wise binders see potential in these odd Monsters, but only those willing to sate their desire for shiny objects can truly master them.
Swamps, lakes, and shores alike are all home to these creatures. The Lylybogg, named for its lily pad appendages, blends seamlessly with into the waterfront while submerged. This MajiMonster sports a prehensile tongue of corded vine that it can accurately dart from its gullet to capture prey. Adept at manipulating water elements, the Lylybogg is known to douse binders with torrents of water if they encroach upon its territory.
Wailing Willows first appear as small willow trees; however, when prey approaches their camouflage disappears. The result is a bark-covered octopoid monstrosity that ensnares its prey with branch and root like tentacles. As it devours its prey, a terrible petrifying wail rises from it. These shrieks cause even the boldest binders shake in terror, unable to act in the face of certain doom.
Wombatants are natural scavengers and quick learners. These MajiMonsters are quick to find or fashion weapons and are never seen without them. Their ability to wield fight the weapons they select is uncanny, and these creatures are so named for this skill. While common Wombatants are feared for their aptitude in melee, advanced Wombatants also learn to weave threads of magic into their weapons, creating wondrous armaments. Travelers have even reported sighting Wombants with lances composed of pure ice, axes licked by flames, and war hammers that crackle with electricity.
Ursicles are the result of weaving frigid ice magic into polar bears. Because their tusks and claws have been transformed into ice that is as strong a steel and as sharp as swords, they've become fearsome predators of arctic regions. These MajiMonsters have also adapted to more temperate regions, being sighted in climates far warmer than typical than their nonmagical cousins. Binders approach Ursicles with great care—besides being perfectly capable of tearing an unwary adventurer limb from limb, their breath can also flash freeze anything that gets too close.
The Warlakra is one among the longest living MajiMonsters, often growing long beards as they advance in age. While young Warlakra are born with fur as white as snow, their pelts deepen to a rich purple as they reach maturity. These Monsters possess incredible insight and mystic ability, and so are often used as symbols of great wisdom. When their magical powers manifest, their telekinesis attracts stones, which revolve in orbits around them. And, as their talent increases, these stones are smoothed to perfect spheres, radiating a mystic glow.
The Cinderscale is an insidious three-headed snake with jet black eyes and fangs. Its scales gleam a deep orange to crimson, and steam emanating from its pours warps the air around them in ripples of heat. They are hot to the touch, and, as such, they mark their presence with scorch marks surrounding their burrows. Their forked tails can whip forth at great speed to lash or bind their victims. The venom of a Cinderscale is often referred to as "Burning Death," so named because its effect has been described as boiling the victim from the inside out.
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As a warped combination of stone, steel, and hermit crab, the Scutter Crab may be a small MajiMonster, but it is no less terrifying than Monsters twice its size. This Monster is nearly indistinguishable from rock and stone while withdrawn into its shell, but is quickly identified for what it is when it emerges. Their steel pincers can cleave through bone as easily as iron. They have left hapless explorers with broken swords, but nevertheless happy to still have their fingers.
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