The Yeti is one of my favorite D&D monsters, perhaps because I grew up in the Pacific Northwest and was, for years, scared of bigfoot (also called the sasquatch). I always felt that yeti (or abominable snowmen) were Himalayan cousins of the North American sasquatches -- a snow-adapted version of bigfoot.
So in celebration of the awesomeness of the yeti, I offer a deadly undead variant, statted for Labyrinth Lord:
# Encountered: 1d6 (2d4)
Move: 90’ (30’)
Attacks: 2 (claws)
Damage: 1d6 / 1d6 plus paralysis
Hoard Class: XXI
The Undead Yeti possesses all ghoul defenses and capabilities, including paralysis.
[Special Thanks to Peter Regan, editor of Oubliette Magazine, for his Zombie Monster rules in Oubliette Issue #4, crucial to the creation of this monster.]