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First appearance3E Monster Manual II
TypeMonstrous Humanoid
AlignmentLawful (any)

In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the Abeil are a fictional monstrous humanoid race. They resemble humanoid bees. They are also known as Bee People.

Publication history[edit]

The abeil first appeared in the third edition (3E) Monster Manual II (2002), including the Abeil Vassal, the Abeil Soldier, and the Abeil Queen.[1]

Physical description[edit]

Abeils, as said before, resemble humanoid bees. They have a humanoid body (usually like that of an elf), but with an insect's legs, wings, antennae, and black and yellow stripes.


Abeil are industrious and expansionistic creatures with a complex social structure. Three castes of them exist: Vassals, Soldiers and Queens. They work and live together in hives. The Queen dominates completely, communicating with other Abeils using the "Hive Mind".

Several Different Types of Abeil Exist:

  • Vassals serve as the workers and labourers for the hive.
  • Soldiers serve as the warriors. They account for fully a third of the population.
  • Queens are the leaders. They rule hives with absolute power; all Abeil live and die by their queen's hand.


Abeil live in temperate to warm deserts, hills, and plains.


Abeil are usually of any lawful alignment.


  1. Bonny, Ed, Jeff Grubb, Rich Redman, Skip Williams, and Steve Winter. Monster Manual II (Wizards of the Coast, 2002)

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