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Terror of the Stoican Frontier, Beaverlisks are terrifying creatures whose constant driving goal seems to be an effort to dam every one of the great rivers that grace the territory. Unlike their smaller beaver cousins, however, Beaverlisks do not typically use trees for their dams unless they have no other alternatives. Rather, they fix their deadly gaze on any creature unfortunate enough to cross their path, turning the creature into a wooden statue and using these bodies as the primary component in their massive dams. Despite their massive size, these creatures swim almost silently, making them all the more dangerous to those who they intend to use as building materials.

The great lakes of the Stoican Frontier are massive and beautiful, but almost all of them are the result of the damming efforts of the Beaverlisks, many of which still claim territory around or near such lakes. These massive bodies of water serve as exceptional breeding grounds for the Beaverlisks, and host no small amount of food upon which they can subsist. In spite of the many creatures they kill with their wooden gaze, these creatures are herbivores that subsist on mosses and other plants that grow only in still water. As such, their creation of these lakes is a method by which they create additional resources for themselves.

Some Navadi Tribes consider the Beaverlisks to be creatures placed in their lands as a means of divine punishment for wrongdoing. Those who are taken by a Beaverlisk are thus often thought to be purveyors of great sins, and their fates tied to divine justice. This superstition has been of great nuisance to many of the newer explorers in the region, who wish to maintain good relations with the Navadi, but who are also keen on the idea of destorying the Beaverlisks, an action which some Navadi tribes frown upon as an act of defiance towards their gods.

The Beaverlisk miniature, Resin printed in high level detail for tabletop games such as D&D 5e.

The model comes in multiple pieces that can be glued together as well as the stat block provided in physical form.

This model comes in the colour grey and is unpainted.

Due to the nature of resin printing, small artifacts may still remain on the model which can be sanded away. I do my best to remove as many as I can however some may be missed.


Please note that some model come split in parts or split from their base and require some sort of adhesive like super glue to attach to the other parts.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. This model design and the digital render is by the creator at The Dragon Trapper's Lodge and part of the Frontier Set, August 2021 Release, who can be found at

(I have the merchant license to sell these models)