Deadlands Reloaded: The Weird West
Rascals, Varmints and Critters
Here is a master list of many of the monsters that can be found in the Weird West and parts beyond. The critters from the Reloaded material will reference where they can be found within the books while Classic, transplants, and original varmints with have complete descriptions.
Agent Provocateur An abomination that appears like a man in black intent on causing anarchy.
Animated Hand A severed hand capable of moving without an attached body.
Automaton A Mechanical man constructed of clockworks and steam boilers.
Aztec Mummy Ancient undead monsters from South America
Bear A large mammalian omnivore common in northern reaches of the Weird West.
Black Regiment The undead soldiers of both the Union and Confederate forces.
Blob An amorphous shape of semi-solid material.
Bloodwire A stealthy creature that camouflages itself as barbed-wire.
Bloody One A special kind of undead created by Reverend Grimme.
Blood Shark A particularly vicious breed of shark found in the waters around the Rock Prison in California.
Bogie Man An abomination that conceals itself from grown-ups to terrorize children.
Bone Fiend An giant undead monster constructed entirely of bones.
Braincrawler An insidious insect-like creature that fuses to the nerious system of its victim.
Buffalo A bison common to the plains of the mid-west.
Bull The more aggressive and muscular males of cattle.
Burnin’ Dead A special type of undead that is on fire due to ghost rock.
Dust Devil a barbed snake-like creature that spins fast enough to create a small whirlwind.
Duster A kind of rabbit capable of draining all the water from a man.
Giant Saltwater Crocodile
Gyonshee AKA Hopping Vampire
Walkin’ Dead, Bloated Zombies that have been submerged underwater and gas has expanded.
Walkin’ Dead, Common Run of the mill zombies for Deadlands
Walkin’ Dead, Desiccated Zombies that are little more than skin and bones
Walkin’ Dead, Feral Dumber but faster and more vicious zombies
Walkin’ Dead, Frozen Zombies frozen solid by the cold.
Will o’ the Wisp
Wolf, Common A more mundane, but no less dangerous species of wolf.