having a bit more experience with my kids and their likes and dislikes of D&D, i have to change the enemies I use.
In the last session I used giant spiders as enemies. Both kids told or better let me know later on, that those enemies were too terrifying.
So i am thinking of more humoristic and far away from reality enemies. Zombies are a bad example of enemies because of their connection to humans and rotten meat, but a water elemental described as spitting water fountain may be more useful. Perhaps dancing bones (skeletons) maybe also useful.
I miss humoristic adventures in the Dungeon, too. I will never forget the yellow snails.
Perhaps we could set up a wiki for monster being kids usable and the humoristic description of them.
THe nice thing is that you can reskin anything. A deathjump spider could be a garden gnome with springs on its feet.
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