Kul Katura the Serpent Lord This mighty Spirit wishes to battle alongside Dan, but has been captured by Zarok and sealed within a Chest.
Information Gargoyles These ugly fellows are often overlooked by all but the wisest of heroes. They do not particularly like Sir Dan, as they know how much of a failure he was when he was alive. Fortunately, Gargoyles can't resist showing of how clever they are and will often give Dan handy hints and clues that can aid him on his quest.
Merchant Gargoyles These miserable creatures exist only to drain brave heroes of their treasure. However, they must always offer something in return. If you see one of these merchant gargoyles on your travels, see if they have anything to offer that might be of use to you.
Farmers These undead creatures inhabit the hays of Gallowmere. They are not subtle or crafty, far from it, they just want to spike people with their pitchfork as much (and as quickly) as possible. A few hard hits from a club or hammer should bring them down rather easily.
Scarecrows The scarecrows can turn into a terrifying combat machine at a moments notice, clawed arms rotating like a force ten tornado, and set on crashing into their sorry target with technical precision. If one's general combat skills are suspect it may prove prudent to set them on fire as soon as is possible - well, they are stuffed with dry straw, you do the math!
Mecha Imps Imps have always had a chip on their shoulder about their less than imposing stature, but surely the creation of 40 span high robot representatives is a bit of an over reaction. The key to bringing these unwieldly creatures down is to dart through their legs and shoot out their metal heads. Once done, the adventurer's focus must switch to the pesky imp operators themselves.
Corn Killers These maniacal little beasties skulk within the corn fields waiting for the unwary adventurer to enter their domain. Should they detect any intruders, their frightening speed and gleeful ruthlessness will ensure their victim receives a messy and instantaneous death. No one has ever managed to kill a Corn Killer and it's probably best not to try.
Bats Bats are present throughout most of the world, performing vital ecological roles of pollinating flowers and dispersing fruit seeds. They also enjoy attacking cowardly skeletons that happen to cross their path.