- n. Plural form of monster.
“And he stood here, in a room full of monsters -- _he was one of the monsters_ --”
“The problem is, I think, that the strength of the monsters is at least partially based on the size of the people who have friended them, and as a result I have yet to find anything with under 25 hit points.”
“I am sure I never yet saw a nose that was but a single yard long: an inch, at most two, hardly ever three, make the vast distinction between what they call monsters, and what they are pleased in their modesty to style beauty.”
“Dave, I understand overcoming the fear and pain that comes from shooting these monsters is part of the challenge.”
“Vampires as legitimate horror monsters is fading away to the wimpified vampires of Twilight and such.”
“That's the pot calling the kettle black, catfish don't hold a candle to some of those monsters from the abyss.”
“Fighting giant monsters is punctuated with concern over getting back the apartment security deposit, for example.”
“Something Awful has a piece on the freakiest monsters from the AD&D 1e Monster Manual!”
“Mizander grabbed one of the slain monsters and held it out to Thermo.”
“Calling people you disagree with monsters is straight from Limbaugstan.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘monsters’.
Unabashedly stolen from a comment made by courier12.
This video comes straight from the Uncanny Valley with a tribute to the 13th letter of the alphabet.
Words from the book by Francesca Lia Block.
Looking for tweets for monsters.