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Dungeon Accelerated: A Few Monsters

The linked Google document includes the rules for monsters in Dungeon Accelerated (the same rules as in Fate Accelerated Edition), plus a few example monsters. The Ogre and Ancient Red Dragon show off the scale rules taken from the Fate System Toolkit. The Kobolds are always encountered in groups, so they are written as a mob. And the Fire Elemental and the Dragon use the idea of typed stress, which I'm borrowing from this post by +Ryan Macklin. (Rules for attacking multiple targets, such as with the Dragon's breath, will be in the Conflict section.)

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