Bullywugs were amphibian humanoids with the head of frogs, about the size of humans, with leathery, green or gray-mottled skin, and webbed digits. Their tongues were so large they almost prevented them from being capable of speaking common.

They were renowned for both their camouflage and incredible jumping abilities, capable of leaping roughly 30 ft (9.1 m) in length and springing 20 ft (6.1 m) in height. Bullywugs spoke their own language of croaks, staccato notes, and clicks, called bullywug and the intelligent ones picked up aquan, sylvan, or infernal. A bullywug could comfortably survive on land and in water, one of the few water-breathing species that was amphibious. A bullywug had to immerse itself in water once per day or suffer dehydration.


More comfortable in their home terrain, probably due to their skill in camouflage, bullywugs preferred to fight in or near water. They were inconsistent as combatants, in some instances fighting to the death despite any odds, while in others they would flee in fear if only a few of their numbers dropped, even if they maintained an advantage in numbers. It was not uncommon for bullywugs to kill for sport.


In the swamp, the bullywug can virtually disappear with a skill equivalent of 12.

Long Jump

Bullywugs can leap 3 meters high and 8 meters long while standing or running.

Toungue attack

Bullywugs have a toungue with a very sticky substance. If the toungue hits it will wrap around the victim (up to humanoid size). It holds with a strength of 10. The toungue has it’s own HP of 20. Blunt weapons only affect the toungue at 25% of the HP damage.

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S D C W Q M HP R Hgt Wgt Skill Init Ready Damage AP
6 10 7 5 4 4 34-70 7 12-21 10-28 Toungue: 8
Spear: 5
11+6 6 7 5

Life cycle

Females would lay a clutch of 200 or so eggs once a year, which would be watched over by the collective tribe. The spawn that hatched were non-intelligent and resembled large tadpoles. They would feed upon insects or small creatures until they were large enough to leave the breeding pool, usually around six to eight weeks. Following this exile, the juvenile bullywugs were forced to fend for themselves. Unfortunately for them, only one percent of bullywugs reached adulthood.


Bullywugs rarely worked alongside other creatures since they would rather use them for food or sacrifice for their summoning magic. However, occasionally during hard times, small groups of bullywugs latched onto a powerful ally that could help them bring down tougher game.