Golgotha: originally created by an infamous cult of tyrannical warlocks to carry out their executions, use of this monster is considered rather tasteless in modern times. Through its psionically charged eye, it "locks on" to a specific target and slowly crushes out the victim's lifeforce. This process is slow, but makes death inevitable unless the Golgotha is destroyed or blinded.
Zellem: created to take the entertainment value of battle to a more sophisticated level, the graceful Zellem moves like a ballet dancer even while sawing through the stomach of an attacker. Extremely vain, Zellem crave attention but have a tendancy to look down upon their own masters.
Oubliette: these monsters were once a common sight in high-security prisons. Slung over an inmate's shoulders, an Oubliette served as both restrainment gear and intelligent 24-hour surveillance. Any attempt at escape, and the creature would snap shut its blade. Naturally, they are fascinated with severed heads and take great pride in keeping a collection. When two oubliette cross paths they may spend hours comparing and trading their heads.
Bonezark: small, fishlike monsters equally at home in or out of water. Bonezark are powerful leapers on land and prefer to attack in groups, clinging to larger prey with their barbed antennae and clawed legs while tearing into flesh with their needly teeth.
Corporis: this rare monster is greatly feared, for any wound inflicted by its tail spike absolutely will not heal by normal, natural means. Without medical attention, the tiniest scratch from a Corporis can bleed and fester until death.
Vloggle: a defective monster. Staggers backwards (or is it forwards?) emitting a soft whistle. Its skin is coated with a foul-smelling blue oil.