By Evan Ackerman
It’s been a long time coming, but finally, there is a physical trophy that those of us who are awesome at fantasy gaming can proudly display in our homes. This rug is the pelt of, um, one of these things (maybe), except of the vegetarian cave dwelling variety without sharp teeth or eyes. A terrifying and foul beast, it does 2d4 bite damage and has a cold resistance of 5, but is vulnerable to fire and piercing weapons. If you manage to kill one, you can skin it, but it costs 1200 gold pieces to turn it into a +3 rug of impressing your dorky friends.
Of course, this monster skin is just as fake as whatever pride we fantasy gamers take at our imaginary accomplishments. It’s hand made out of felted wool and polymer clay by Joshua Ben Longo. The only real bit is the price: a monster skin rug costs $1200 to $2500, depending on size.