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Berselius, you might want to have a closer look at the gorgoros qlippoth. While it may not be a true demon, qlippoth are about as close as it gets, and I think it might cover what you're looking for from a "rock demon". ^_^

(For the record, the gorgoros is probably my favorite of my contributions to Bestiary 6.)


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Qlippoth are a lot more fun then demons anyway;)

A creature from Japanese myth that I would like to see but can't remember what it was called. Basically it is a large humanoid shaped monster with one eye, covered in hair, and has no other visible features on it's face.

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Full write-ups for dragons. I'm always a bit sad when dragons get a total of two sentences of flavor text.


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Berselius, you might want to have a closer look at the gorgoros qlippoth. While it may not be a true demon, qlippoth are about as close as it gets, and I think it might cover what you're looking for from a "rock demon". ^_^

(For the record, the gorgoros is probably my favorite of my contributions to Bestiary 6.)

Awww, thankies Belle hun. :D


Dragon78 wrote:


A creature from Japanese myth that I would like to see but can't remember what it was called. Basically it is a large humanoid shaped monster with one eye, covered in hair, and has no other visible features on it's face.

Do you know where you came across this creature? I don't recognise it and I know a lot of Japanese monsters.


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I have seen it in many anime and an old live action Japanese monster movie called Yokai Monsters: One Hundred Monsters(1968). The monster is shown at the beginning of the movie.


You might be talking about the Yamawaro, which is hairy and has one eye, though I don't recall it being described as though the eye was the only feature on its face.


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Chromantic Durgon <3 wrote:
the Empyreal Lords were miss statted
Do they not still exist as a high-CR category? Do they not have six representatives in Bestiaries, just like the GOOs?

Technically. I've pontificated on this at some length. My main points of contention is good is supposed to be cool, and it can't do that with relatively poor ability scores.

"But doesn't it make sense for non-intellectual demigods to have low Int scores?" Then why not apply that to the demon lords?

"Well of course demon lords have better scores, they have to be badass. Good is dumb! You need morally ambiguous mercenaries to get anything done."

Ah, yes, that notion. I believe we're well-read enough about this that being concise will suffice. Morality and formidably are not mutually exclusive, not in fiction (to use an example from a grimdark series, anything Daenerys does), and certainly not in Pathfinder.

Let's use my favorite empyreal lord as an example. According to Faiths of Purity (p.21), Arshea's favored weapon is the flail as a means of "symbolically turning the slavers’ scourges back on them." Dany'd be proud.


I found that post of yours a while back when I first looked at the emp lords stats, I was already familiar with the Demon Lords and GOOs and its was immediately obvious they were under-powered by comparison.

Its a well written post.

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Good = cool? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.


All of the demon lords are cooler than any of the empyreal lords.


Really? I always found Dagon quite underwhelming.


Linnorms!

...and some Cabal devils...


Former Qlippoth is better than current angel, azata, archon, or agathian.


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Good = cool? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Cool =/= Nice?


Really?

I look at him and see, oo look a generic big green snake man thing... how not exciting.

Also I think the idea of a Demon who used to be interesting is way less interesting than an Azata or an Agathian.

Now Kostchtchie, he has a good Demon Lord backstory. Difficult name though >.>


Kostchtchie is good, Baphomet is best. His write up definitely made him seem like the smart, relatively reasonable demon lord filled with rage and completely willing to kill and torture his own offspring whenever it amuses him.


Any one who can pull one over on old Asmo is kewl in my book.


Chromantic Durgon <3 wrote:

I found that post of yours a while back when I first looked at the emp lords stats, I was already familiar with the Demon Lords and GOOs and its was immediately obvious they were under-powered by comparison.

Its a well written post.

Thank you; glad to be of influence. ^_^

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