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The Monster Manuals are a series of in-game catalogs of certain monsters you have slain. Each provides rewards for certain benchmarks - how many different types you have killed, or how many killed by a specific character, or by their party, or by your account all combined. They are organized into Volumes, and each volume provides access to several specific monster types.


All Volumes are free to VIP. Premium and Free to Play players must purchase additional volumes individually, although both have free access to the Prologue, and Volume 1 is free to Premium accounts. Each Volume must be purchased in order - 2 can only be bought if you already have 1, 3 can only be bought if you already have 2, and so on. After purchase, it may be necessary to log out and log in again for full access to the manual.

See this page for detailed information for each monster type from the Monster Manual. It lists all monsters in the game that appear in the Monster Manual of DDO. Although the list is extensive, it is not complete yet.

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Each monster type has Character Deeds, Account Deeds, and Mastery Rewards associated with it. Once you have killed your first monster of that type, you are able to view all of the potential rewards for that Monster.

PrologueUpdate 15Free1 creature companion: Spider
IUpdate 15Free to VIP and Premium,
595 DP
2 creature companions: Fruit Bat, Rust Monster
15+35 DP + Medium Jewel of Fortune for each type
IIUpdate 15Free to VIP,
595 DP
2 creature companions: Earth Elemental, Wraith
15+35 DP + Medium Jewel of Fortune for each type
IIIUpdate 17Free to VIP,
595 DP
2 creature companions: Beholder, Fire Elemental
1+3 Astral Shards for each type
IVUpdate 25Free to VIP,
595 DP
1 creature companion: Air Elemental
1+3 Astral Shards for each type
VUpdate 27Free to VIP,
595 DP
1 creature companion: Water Elemental
250+750 Mysterious Remnants for each type
VIUpdate 28Free to VIP,
595 DP
1 creature companion: Hell Hound
250+750 Mysterious Remnants for each type
VIIUpdate 31.2Free to VIP,
595 DP
1 creature companion: Blonde Bear
250+750 Mysterious Remnants for each type

Character Deeds[edit]

Character Deeds must be accomplished by that character.

  • Character deeds are currently all a progressively increasing XP reward.
  • Some rewards are based on kills, much like a slayer for an individual monster. Others, known as 'hunter' rewards, are based on finding new unique monster sub types.
  • Much like wilderness slayers, the totals are for individual and party.
    • The total counts towards your reward, but the Manual lists both if you are interested.

Account Deeds[edit]

Account Deeds are a total for all your characters on that server.

  • Earning account deeds are based on alternating slayer and hunter accomplishments.
  • Rewards start with unlocking lore text and 3.5/4.0 PnP art. Higher-end rewards depend on the volume and can include DDO Points, Astral Shards, or Mysterious Remnants. (See table above.)
    • An issue with the highest DP reward not showing was fixed U15.1.

Mastery Rewards[edit]

Monster HP display

Mastery Rewards are earned by a combination of total Character and Account Deeds.

  • There are currently two types of rewards for mastery, which are earned by completing a certain number of account deeds.
    • All monsters have the reward of being able to view the current and total HP for all sub types of that monster.
    • Certain monsters in the manuals can reward a creature companion of that monster, for example the prologue spider entry will reward a spider companion. You must earn all account deeds to unlock the companion. See this page for a complete list of rewarded companions.

Monsters by Type and Volume[edit]

The following entries in the table that have a pastel blue background are based on research done on Lamannia and have not been verified yet on the live servers. Please remove the background color if you update and verify. Thank you.

TypeMonsterVolumeMaximum individual 'hunter' rewardMaximum account 'hunter' reward Maximum individual 'slayer' rewardMaximum account 'slayer' reward
AnimalRatPrologue812 (34)1,7501,000
Player RacesHumanPrologue125100 (434)6,2503,500
UndeadSkeletonPrologue7560 (141)6,2503,500
Monstrous HumanoidSahuaginPrologue2436 (53)3,5002,000
VerminSpiderPrologue6080 (115)6,25012,000
AberrationRust Monster *Volume 11420 (29)1,7503,500
AnimalBat *Volume 1710 (20)1,7503,500
GiantTrollVolume 14262 (80)3,5007,000
HumanoidBugbearVolume 12030 (47)3,5007,000
HumanoidHobgoblinVolume 15065 (82)3,5007,000
HumanoidKoboldVolume 15472 (119)6,25012,000
HumanoidTroglodyteVolume 14560 (80)3,5007,000
Player RacesHalflingVolume 11520 (52)1,7503,500
UndeadZombieVolume 13952 (82)6,25012,000
VerminScorpionVolume 13045 (58)3,5007,000
AnimalWolfVolume 22030 (47)1,7503,500
ElementalEarth Elemental *Volume 21624 (45)3,5007,000
ElementalMephitVolume 23045 (67)3,5007,000
MiscOozeVolume 21420 (55)3,5007,000
Monstrous HumanoidGargoyleVolume 2812 (25)3,5007,000
Monstrous HumanoidMinotaurVolume 22535 (47)3,5007,000
Player RacesElfVolume 23040 (72)1,7503,500
Player RacesWarforgedVolume 23545 (67)3,5007,000
UndeadGhoulVolume 234 (11)1,7503,500
UndeadWraith *Volume 21525 (42)3,5007,000
AberrationBeholder *Volume 318- (45)1,2001,600
ConstructFlesh GolemVolume 34- (15)600800
ElementalFire Elemental *Volume 316- (37)1,2001,600
GiantHill GiantVolume 315- (29)1,2001,600
Magical BeastFiendish LionVolume 310- (14)1,2001,600
OutsiderHezrouVolume 35- (12)600800
OutsiderOrthonVolume 319- (32)1,8002,400
OutsiderRakshasaVolume 315- (20)1,8002,400
Player RacesDwarfVolume 360- (97)1,2001,600
UndeadGhastVolume 34- (10)1,2001,600
AberrationMind FlayerVolume 424- (25)1,2001,600
AnimalLionVolume 410- (15)600800
ConstructClay GolemVolume 45- (8)600800
ConstructStone GolemVolume 45- (8)600800
ElementalAir Elemental *Volume 415- (22)1,2001,600
HumanoidOrcVolume 450- (86)3,5007,000
OutsiderAbishaiVolume 410- (19)1,2001,600
OutsiderEfreetVolume 410- (18)600800
OutsiderHorned DevilVolume 412- (12)1,2001,600
UndeadMummyVolume 440- (38)1,2001,600
AberrationScorrowVolume 540- (45)1,2001,600
ConstructIron GolemVolume 515- (23)1,2001,600
ConstructWarforged TitanVolume 54- (8)600800
ElementalWater Elemental *Volume 512- (23)1,2001,600
GiantOgreVolume 590- (102)3,5007,000
HumanoidGnollVolume 580- (95)3,5007,000
OutsiderHellcatVolume 55- (7)1,2001,600
OutsiderIce FlenserVolume 59- (12)1,2001,600
OutsiderSuccubusVolume 56- (11)1,2001,600
UndeadLichVolume 515- (13)1,2001,600
ConstructIron DefenderVolume 624- (31)3,5007,000
DragonDragonVolume 624- (41)240320
ElementalMudmanVolume 64- (7)1,2001,600
HumanoidTieflingVolume 660- (58)3,5007,000
Magical BeastHell Hound *Volume 624- (29)3,5007,000
OutsiderBearded DevilVolume 624- (17)3,5007,000
OutsiderFlesh RenderVolume 615- (16)3,5007,000
OutsiderQuoriVolume 616- (11)1,2001,600
OutsiderYugolothVolume 66- (5)1,2001,600
UndeadShadowVolume 630- (28)1,2001,600
Monstrous HumanoidYuan-tiVolume 724- (18)3,5007,000
Monstrous HumanoidWerewolfVolume 724- (13)240320
Player RacesDrowVolume 7180- (149)6,25012,000
AnimalBear *Volume 760- (9)3,5007,000
AberrationDriderVolume 715- (19)1,8002,400
OutsiderDretchVolume 724- (11)3,5007,000
OutsiderDraeglothVolume 715- (8)3,5007,000
OutsiderGlabrezuVolume 716- (8)1,2001,600
PlantMonstrous PlantVolume 76- (40)1,2001,600
Magical BeastPurple WormVolume 730- (7)1,2001,600

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Vampire-hunter or vampire-slayer is an occupation in history and fiction which specializes in finding and destroying vampires, and sometimes other supernatural creatures. A vampire-hunter is usually described as having extensive knowledge of vampires and other monstrous or undead creatures, including their powers and weaknesses, and uses this knowledge to effectively combat them.

Vampire-hunters range in characterization in fiction from sages with more than average knowledge about the occult, to athletes with the skill and ability to confront vampires with traditional or holy weapons often including wooden stakes and holy water, to supernatural beings themselves who fight vampires with mystical powers. Many characterizations draw from the history and folklore of the Balkans.

A well known and influential archetypal vampire-hunter is Professor Abraham Van Helsing, a character in Bram Stoker's 1897 horror novel, Dracula, a foundational work in the genre.

In history[edit]

Professional or semi-professional vampire-hunters played some part in the vampire beliefs of the Balkans (especially in Bulgarian, Serbian, and Romani folk beliefs). In Bulgarian, the terms used to designate them included glog (lit. 'hawthorn', the species of wood used for the stake), vampirdzhiya, vampirar, dzhadazhiya, svetocher.[citation needed]

They were usually either born on Saturday (then called Sabbatarians,[1] Bulgarian sâbotnichav,[2] Greek sabbatianoí[1]) or the offspring of a vampire and a woman (typically his widow), called a dhampir in Romani or a vampirović in Serbian. It was also believed that someone born on a Saturday could see a vampire when it was otherwise invisible[1][2][3] (and sometimes other supernatural entities as well); similarly for the dhampir. In the case of the Sabbatarians, it was believed in some places that they needed to be fed meat from a sheep killed by a wolf (Bulgarian vâlkoedene); this would enable them not to fear the things that only they were able to see. In Croatian and Slovenian legends, the villages had their own vampire-hunters that were called kresniks, whose spirits were able to turn into animals at night to fight off the vampire or kudlak.

Some carried a kit that used mallet, stake, crucifix. If part of a church it included holy water, holy oil, etc. However the most important things it carried were items such as rope, crowbars, or even pistols.[2][4][5]

In fiction[edit]

The vampire-hunter has found new popularity in modern fiction and popular culture.

The most widely known example of a vampire-hunter is Abraham Van Helsing of the novel Dracula and in other works of fiction adapting or modifying that work. Other more recent figures include Buffy 'the Vampire Slayer' Summers from the television show and film of the same name. Buffy's spin-off series Angel is also focused on a vampire hunter, the titular star, Angel, a vampire himself, is often portrayed battling vampires. Vampire-hunters have also appeared in video games, such as Castlevania (occupation of the famed Belmont lineage), and The Elder Scrolls (with factions such as the Dawnguard).


As well as being knowledgeable about vampire lore, vampire-hunters in fiction are often armed with an eclectic mix of items and weapons which are designed to take maximum advantage of the monster's traditional weaknesses. These have included firearms with silverammunition, appropriate religious symbols, crossbows that fire all wood bolts and even waterguns filled with blessed holy water in the movies The Lost Boys and From Dusk Till Dawn.

The organizational strength of depicted vampire-hunters can vary wildly. Most hunter characters are in small groups working alone and in secret. By contrast, the Hellsing Organization in the animetelevision series, Hellsing is a British government paramilitary strike force with access to troops, heavy combat vehicles and weapons and even allied vampires.

While predominantly depicted as human, examples of other types of vampire-hunters also exist. Dhampiric figures, having a mix of human and vampire blood, are a popular form. Alucard from the Castlevania series,[6] and the eponymous hero of the Blade series of comic books, movies, television series, and anime, are both examples of dhampir vampire-hunters. Even rarer are vampire-hunters that are vampires themselves. Two examples of this type can be found in Morbius from Ultimate Spider-Man, and Zero Kiryuu in the manga and anime series Vampire Knight.

The image of the vampire-hunter is often a mysterious and dramatic avenging hero, an eccentricextremist, a mad scientist, or sometimes a mix of these. A hunter may be a heroic figure, a villain (from the perspective of the vampire), a lonesome avenger, or sometimes, although not usually, a bounty-hunter-style character, hunting vampires for profit. Vampire-hunters have also popularly been depicted as hunting various creatures such as werewolves, demons, and other forms of undead as well. Others have been depicted as mages and cyborgs. Vampire-hunters are often associated with and/or members of the clergy, holy orders, or other religious organizations which may be dedicated to fighting vampires, other demons, and other supernatural forces. Vampire hunting as a family tradition or birthright is a popular use of the archetype in fiction, such as the Belmont family from the Castlevania series. Some hunters devote their entire lives to the eradication of vampires, for others it is just a strange hobby. They can also sometimes be members of law enforcement or government agencies.

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Of course with the job for human hunter, comes the risk of getting bitten and turned into vampires themselves. More often than not fellow hunters, usually do mercy killing to prevent them from becoming monsters, though in some fiction it may be possible for a hunter to purify and/or cure themselves (and/or others) of vampirism, especially if the person in question was recently turned into a vampire. Another common trope is hunters being forced to slay their loved ones and/or allies who have been turned into vampires. Alternatively, after becoming a vampire, sometimes hunters will continue to fight and hunt vampires using their newly acquired vampire powers/abilities (sometimes being hunted by their former allies and other human vampire-hunters). In addition to human hunters, dhampirs, and vampires that hunt other vampires, it is not uncommon for vampire-hunters to be other supernatural creatures such as werewolves or witches[citation needed]. Additionally, some human hunters may possess divine/holy powers, superhuman, and/or other supernatural abilities that they can use both to fight and protect themselves from vampires and other supernatural entities they hunt. Some hunters may even resort to using dark powers/weapons (usually dark magic and/or demonic in nature). Some human hunters may even be tempted to become vampires themselves in order to obtain their powers and immortality, either to continue hunting them, due to fear of their own mortality, and/or simply a lust for power.


  1. ^ abcAbbott, George F. (1903). 'Macedonian Folklore'. Nature. 69 (1780): 221–222. Bibcode:1903Natur..69Q.125.. doi:10.1038/069125a0. S2CID3987217.. Cited in Summers, Montague (2008) [1929]. The Vampire: His Kith and Kin. Forgotten Books. p. 36. ISBN9781605065663.
  2. ^ abcДимитрова, Иваничка. 1983. Българска народна митология. Online article (Bulgarian)Archived 2016-03-08 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^McClelland, Bruce A. (2006). Slayers and Their Vampires: A Cultural History of Killing the Dead. University of Michigan. pp. 62–79. ISBN978-0-472-06923-1.
  4. ^Маринов, Димитър. 1994 (first edition 1914) Народна вяра и религиозни обичаи. Online excerpt (Bulgarian)
  5. ^Петровић, Сретен. 2000. Основи демонологије. In: Систем српске митологије. Просвета, Ниш 2000. Online (Serbian)Archived 2009-03-31 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^Gee, James Paul (2007). 'Pleasure, learning, video games, and life: The projective stance'. A New Literacies Sampler. 29. CiteSeerX10. ISSN1523-9543.


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  • McClelland, Bruce (2006). Slayers and their Vampires: A Cultural History of Killing the Dead. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. ISBN0472069233.
  • Perkowski, Jan (2006). Vampire Lore. Slavica.
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