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How do you beat a boss mob that doesn't fight fair?


Meet Charlie, an accomplished gamer who suddenly finds himself inside a game where monsters are real and magic food is gross! If he doesn’t lose his lunch first, he may just become powerful enough to win. But when the first boss mob appears at the worst possible time, he’s in big trouble. Will he survive? Or, is death in this world really "game over"?

How do you beat a boss mob that's unbeatable?


Well, Charlie thought he beat the game, but there’s another boss mob to take down. When he scores a sundae with a rare spell and a “cherry on top” he might just puke. It's staring back. Then right when he figures out how to win, the boss mob rips a real stinker. Will he find a weakness before it’s too late? Or, is the stench going to swallow him whole?

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Magic Eaters Monster Compendium (Vol 1)

WARNING: May Contain Monsters


And spoilers! Monsters in these pages are from the Magic Eaters books. If you haven't read one yet, you might want to.

Inside this collection are monster profiles from:Magic Eaters vs. The Angry Librarian & Magic Eaters vs. The One-Eyed Hag.

All the monsters you love are included, plus lots of bonus monsters! Charlie even drops hints, which may be clues to another epic quest. One he doesn't even know he's on.

How do you beat a boss mob at his own game?


Charlie and The Magic Eaters are back in January 2021. And this might just be the biggest, baddest boss mob yet!

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Magic Eaters vs. The Fantastic Finny

How do you beat a boss mob you can't find?


Charlie and The Magic Eaters are back in March 2021. And they're up against the most slimy, slippery boss mob yet!

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Step 1: Begin Epic Quest


He’s tired of being last pick. Tired of being stepped on. Tired of being a noob. So, he’s on an epic quest to become a boss monster. Then he’ll make the rules. But first he needs to escape Slime City. There’s just one big problem, and that’s King Slime.

Step 2: Learn Special Attack


He’s missing a power source for his special attack, and every good boss monster has a special. So, he’s headed deep into the Forgotten Forest to search for one. But when he gets close, The Dirtbag bubbles out of the ground to stand guard and that’s a huge problem.

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Step 3: Recruit Powerful Minion


He’s so close to becoming a boss monster, but he doesn’t have any minions. And boss monsters always have minions. So, he’s off to the Crazy Caves to recruit a powerful one. But when The Shadow Dragon would rather be the boss, it might be the biggest problem yet.

Step 4: Obtain Epic Loot


He’s got one last thing to collect before he can become a boss monster, and that’s his own epic loot. There’s a rumor that a treasure unlike any other is buried deep in the Ice Mountains. But there’s a big hairy problem in the way, and that’s Flurry Dog.

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