Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Demons Revisited (PFRPG)

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Demons have plagued heroes since the dawn of time. They are legion, as varied as the countless mortal sins that give them birth, and ever eager for new opportunities to destroy the works of humanity. Yet despite the danger, arrogant mortals remain fascinated by demons, and may be the key by which these fiends shall inherit the world!

Demons Revisited presents 10 of the game’s most notorious demons, providing details on the sins that spawn each type, what roles they play on the Abyss, and what particular devastations they prefer to wreak on the mortal realm, given the chance. In addition, each chapter presents a list of unique demons drawn from the Pathfinder campaign setting, along with a full stat block for some of the most powerful demons of their kind.

Inside this book, you’ll find:

  • Balors, the greatest of the demon races and rulers of their own Abyssal realms.
  • Invidiaks, known also as shadow demons—fiends of envy who exist only to possess the bodies of the living.
  • Mariliths, demonic multi-armed generals born from the souls of the most arrogant and proud evil souls.
  • Succubi, beautiful but deadly seductresses who use charm, subtlety, and mind-control to achieve power.
  • Vrocks, bestial and foul avian demons born of wrath and hate.
  • Five other demon types: the slime-dripping babaus, the honey-tongued glabrezus, the toad-like hezrous, the gluttonous nabasus, and the greed-spawned nalfeshnees.
Demons Revisited is intended for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and Pathfinder campaign setting, but can easily be used in any fantasy game setting.

Written by James Jacobs.
Cover Art by Jesper Ejsing.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-552-5

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Great book!

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Read my full review on Of Dice and Pen.

Demons are popular antagonists in many Pathfinder games (not to mention numerous other roleplaying games as well). While they are in the limelight at the moment in many recent products, they have always shown up with regularity in Pathfinder products and adventures. Demons Revisited by James Jacobs is another of the recent books focusing heavily on demons—indeed, in this case, focusing entirely on demons. One of the strengths of this book is that, while it is a great stand-alone product that looks at ten specific demon types in detail, it is also the perfect companion product to several others. Combining them all together provides a huge wealth of information and adventuring opportunities, giving demons a life and “reality” that most other monsters in the game don’t have.


The Best Revisited Book I've Read

5/5

I didn't think this book could top Fey Revisited. I was wrong.

Within you will find delicious details on the Abyssal ecology, wrap your brain around the ineffable evil of beings who enjoy the infliction of suffering and chew on some wonderful crunch.

The Half-Fiend templates will add some wonderful variety to the creatures you'll be able sic on PCs and there's some nice Easter eggs for what (I hope) may possibly be future APs. In short, this book was everything I wanted since it was announced, my only complaint is that it's too short!


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As a note, Erinyes actually specifically do not do any seducing. Says so in their bestiary entry.


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Erodaemons and Pairaka's do however, so do Alraune, Nymphs, Sirens, Harpies, Nereids and how many others?

So their seducing isn't that special anymore.

Its the same as with Imp and Quasit, both familiar creatures with almost the same looks and behavior. Because Imps are from folklore and have a much better name I never use Quasits.

I'm pretty happy to see Quasits didn't make it into this book tho! I do hope Imps get a place in an eventual Devils-revised book.

My hopes for 10 devils:
1 - Zebub
2 - Puragaus
3 - Bdellavritra
4 - Gylou
5 - Osyluth
6 - Erinyes
7 - Barbazu
8 - Imp
9 - Gelugon
10 - Hamatula

While I know the Pit Fiend, Lemure and Cornugon probably go before the Puragaus, Bdellavritra, Zebub and Gylou I can still wish! :P

For a Daemon book.

1: Purrodaemon
2: Meladaemon
3: Thanadaemon
4: Leukodaemon
5: Crucidaemon
6: Derghodaemon
7: Hydrodaemon
8: Phasmadaemon
9:Seugodaemon (the blood fly)
10: Astradaemon

I know Phasma and Seugo have little chance to win from the likes of Caco, Ceusto, Pisco and Olethrodaemon but I still hope they will be there instead of those, while I like Olethro and Caco daemons I really dislike Pisco and Ceusto daemons.

While maybe not in this Demon book, I do hope paizo's own creations get more love in the other revised books, everybody know about Pit Fiends, but nobody knows that much about Gylou or Bdellavritra so I think they need to be there so those Paizo-only devils and Daemons get just as much love in the future as Balors, Pit Fiends and Hydroloths get.


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Will the shadow demon/invidiak name change be reflected in the next printing of the Bestiary?

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Sincubus wrote:

Awesome!!! Can't wait!

Be sure to give all creatures in this book new artworks, I really don't want to see re-used art for this!

ANyway daemons and devils next? :P

We generally don't reuse ANY art in our Revisited Books, so no worries there.

And no, devils and daemons aren't next.


James Jacobs wrote:
Sincubus wrote:

Awesome!!! Can't wait!

Be sure to give all creatures in this book new artworks, I really don't want to see re-used art for this!

ANyway daemons and devils next? :P

We generally don't reuse ANY art in our Revisited Books, so no worries there.

And no, devils and daemons aren't next.

So are Angels, Archons, Azata, Genie, Oni, or Kami next on the Revistited list?

I know that some are missing on the list.


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while I am interested in this book, I admit to being more interested in seeing Kytons, Qlippoth, Asuras, etc getting more love...

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Azure_Zero wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Sincubus wrote:

Awesome!!! Can't wait!

Be sure to give all creatures in this book new artworks, I really don't want to see re-used art for this!

ANyway daemons and devils next? :P

We generally don't reuse ANY art in our Revisited Books, so no worries there.

And no, devils and daemons aren't next.

So are Angels, Archons, Azata, Genie, Oni, or Kami next on the Revistited list?

I know that some are missing on the list.

Not yet.

The themes for the revisited books do not generally follow that (or any) sort of organization. We pick topics that we are interested in, we think our customers will be interested in, and that cover a wide range of types of monsters that can be easilly quantifiable into groups of 10.

Kytons, Genies, and Kami, for example, wouldn't work in this setup yet, since there aren't 10 of them in existence in the game yet. Well... there MIGHT be for Kami... but they've not been part of the game long enough to deserve a revisiting.


James Jacobs wrote:
Kytons, Genies, and Kami, for example, wouldn't work in this setup yet, since there aren't 10 of them in existence in the game yet.

5 Genies, 4 Elementals with a Salamander on the side makes 10. ;)

For the demons do you draw anything from traditional folklore and legends? Succubi are easily recognizable, but I've no idea what the inspiration behind Gygax's I-VI demons (Nalfeshnee, Hezrou, Vrock, etc) was.

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Jeven wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Kytons, Genies, and Kami, for example, wouldn't work in this setup yet, since there aren't 10 of them in existence in the game yet.

5 Genies, 4 Elementals with a Salamander on the side makes 10. ;)

For the demons do you draw anything from traditional folklore and legends? Succubi are easily recognizable, but I've no idea what the inspiration behind Gygax's I-VI demons (Nalfeshnee, Hezrou, Vrock, etc) was.

What about xorns? And I don't think that 24 pages on what's essentially the same monster but with air/earth/fire/water variants is a workable solution. I suppose an "Elementals Revisited" that dealt with all 5 genies and elementals as 1 monster with 4 other openings for xorn, salamanders, and a couple more would work... but I think something that lumped the 5 genies in with 5 other "Arabian Nights" themed monsters would be more interesting for the genies.

Anyway.

I'll be drawing from all sorts of demonic mythology and folklore for Demons Revisited. Not particularly for specific demons, but for things they do, like get conjured up in magic circles or possess the living or tempt mortals or the like.


James Jacobs wrote:
I'll be drawing from all sorts of demonic mythology and folklore for Demons Revisited. Not particularly for specific demons, but for things they do, like get conjured up in magic circles or possess the living or tempt mortals or the like.

Cool, I really like how Pathfinder is returning demons to their roots as evil spirits which tempt and torment mankind. Previous RPGs have often reduced them to little more than an evil alien empire with just a passing interest in mortals.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

One thing in particular I want to try to do with this book and Wrath of the Righteous is do away with the perception that devils are the sneaky and subtle and "intellegent evils" of the fiend races, but demons are just big lumbering stupid brutes.

A quick glance at demon intelligence scores is enough to dispel that, but for whatever reason, the idea that "chaotic" = "stupid" and "lawful" = "smart" seems to persist.

I'm not saying that devils aren't subtle and sneaky in their evils. I'm just saying that demons are as well, and the argument of which is the sneakier is not one anyone can win since both are really good at it.


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James Jacobs wrote:

One thing in particular I want to try to do with this book and Wrath of the Righteous is do away with the perception that devils are the sneaky and subtle and "intellegent evils" of the fiend races, but demons are just big lumbering stupid brutes.

A quick glance at demon intelligence scores is enough to dispel that, but for whatever reason, the idea that "chaotic" = "stupid" and "lawful" = "smart" seems to persist.

I'm not saying that devils aren't subtle and sneaky in their evils. I'm just saying that demons are as well, and the argument of which is the sneakier is not one anyone can win since both are really good at it.

I can't wait for this book.

Good luck trying to dispel that perception though. They have been trying since....2nd ed Planescape atleast. I blame Warhammer.


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James Jacobs wrote:
Azure_Zero wrote:
Any chance something like the Heritor feats being in this book?
Nope. Heritor feats are intrinsically a Player option, and this book is not about the players; it's about the demons.

So could feats like this appear in the upcoming Demon's Hunters player companion book?


John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Azure_Zero wrote:
Any chance something like the Heritor feats being in this book?
Nope. Heritor feats are intrinsically a Player option, and this book is not about the players; it's about the demons.
So could feats like this appear in the upcoming Demon's Hunters player companion book?

I would so like that,

More so if there was a player companion that was dedicated to various heritage feats.


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Hellasold. Hope Galbrezus finally get their due. Saying they grant wishes and explaining how it works practically are two very different things. They've needed a multi-page write up for decades.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Azure_Zero wrote:
Any chance something like the Heritor feats being in this book?
Nope. Heritor feats are intrinsically a Player option, and this book is not about the players; it's about the demons.
So could feats like this appear in the upcoming Demon's Hunters player companion book?

In theory, yes, but I'm not sure that type of feat is something that makes sense for Demon Hunters.


Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Azure_Zero wrote:
Any chance something like the Heritor feats being in this book?
Nope. Heritor feats are intrinsically a Player option, and this book is not about the players; it's about the demons.
So could feats like this appear in the upcoming Demon's Hunters player companion book?
In theory, yes, but I'm not sure that type of feat is something that makes sense for Demon Hunters.

Who better to hunt demons than those touched by them?

Paizo Employee Creative Director

John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Azure_Zero wrote:
Any chance something like the Heritor feats being in this book?
Nope. Heritor feats are intrinsically a Player option, and this book is not about the players; it's about the demons.
So could feats like this appear in the upcoming Demon's Hunters player companion book?
In theory, yes, but I'm not sure that type of feat is something that makes sense for Demon Hunters.
Who better to hunt demons than those touched by them?

Maybe those who have managed to keep themselves pure from demonic corruption and thus be more able to withstand their supernatural powers?


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James Jacobs wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Azure_Zero wrote:
Any chance something like the Heritor feats being in this book?
Nope. Heritor feats are intrinsically a Player option, and this book is not about the players; it's about the demons.
So could feats like this appear in the upcoming Demon's Hunters player companion book?
In theory, yes, but I'm not sure that type of feat is something that makes sense for Demon Hunters.
Who better to hunt demons than those touched by them?
Maybe those who have managed to keep themselves pure from demonic corruption and thus be more able to withstand their supernatural powers?

{sarcasm} Yeah...if you want to go with that boring old story...{sarcasm}

I guess such feats would have made alot more sense in Blood of Fiends. To bad we missed that opportunity.


Quite excited by this book!! Its definitely on my list of what to buy in Aug. Funnily enough, I was just wondering what would be coming in Aug so I could buy them along with Mythic.

I have to say, after reading Book of the Damned II, I totally see Demons as far more than just destroyers, which they were often presented as. Couple that with Daemons, and yea, I don't need this book or WotR to change my perception on Demons. It's already been changed!

Paizo Employee Creative Director

John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Azure_Zero wrote:
Any chance something like the Heritor feats being in this book?
Nope. Heritor feats are intrinsically a Player option, and this book is not about the players; it's about the demons.
So could feats like this appear in the upcoming Demon's Hunters player companion book?
In theory, yes, but I'm not sure that type of feat is something that makes sense for Demon Hunters.
Who better to hunt demons than those touched by them?
Maybe those who have managed to keep themselves pure from demonic corruption and thus be more able to withstand their supernatural powers?

{sarcasm} Yeah...if you want to go with that boring old story...{sarcasm}

I guess such feats would have made alot more sense in Blood of Fiends. To bad we missed that opportunity.

Doesn't mean we won't have an opportunity to do so again.

But also... heritor feats can still work in Pathfinder. The game's compatible, after all.

And further, we really DO want to do new things with the game. I've already done heritor feats. I'm eager to try new things with demons.


James Jacobs wrote:
Heine Stick wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
One big element of this book is that each chapter will have a short list of named demons that PCs and NPCs can summon; specific demons that can be called upon for specific tasks.
Are we talking name and type only? Or super brief bit of fluff for each as well?
Name, type, class and level, what kinds of offerings they prefer, and a line of flavor text.

Abyss, yes!!! Super brief fluff and crunch. Love that they get class levels and details on offerings. It's almost as if you read my thoughts on how do make planar allies/binding memorable


Really excited about this book! :)

Will there be any mention of incubi in the succubus entry? For example, how the two races of demons view or relate to one another?

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Varisian Wanderer wrote:

Really excited about this book! :)

Will there be any mention of incubi in the succubus entry? For example, how the two races of demons view or relate to one another?

There's a tiny mention about incubi in the succubus entry, but there's not a lot overall. It's supposed to be about succubi, after all.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Thanael wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Heine Stick wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
One big element of this book is that each chapter will have a short list of named demons that PCs and NPCs can summon; specific demons that can be called upon for specific tasks.
Are we talking name and type only? Or super brief bit of fluff for each as well?
Name, type, class and level, what kinds of offerings they prefer, and a line of flavor text.

Abyss, yes!!! Super brief fluff and crunch. Love that they get class levels and details on offerings. It's almost as if you read my thoughts on how do make planar allies/binding memorable

As it worked out, these named demons ended up getting a paragraph of flavor text each rather than a single line of flavor text.

Dark Archive

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James Jacobs wrote:
Varisian Wanderer wrote:

Really excited about this book! :)

Will there be any mention of incubi in the succubus entry? For example, how the two races of demons view or relate to one another?

There's a tiny mention about incubi in the succubus entry, but there's not a lot overall. It's supposed to be about succubi, after all.

Incubi make great footstools.


I for one think its a bit sad Incubi get so few screamtime, I think Incubi are much more interesting than Succubi.

But I guess more heterosexual males play these games anyway so Incubi are less interesting for those. :D


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Sincubus wrote:

I for one think its a bit sad Incubi get so few screamtime, I think Incubi are much more interesting than Succubi.

But I guess more heterosexual males play these games anyway so Incubi are less interesting for those. :D

While I do have an interest in Succubi, I too would have liked more information on Incubi do to the fact that I have a character who is descended from a succubus and is a guy, so having information about incubi would have helped with his character development.

Dark Archive

Ooh, the classic demon types 1 through 6 are represented!

I always felt like balors and mariliths got all the love, and the other four kind of floundered a bit, with the hezrou and vrocks, in particular, getting lumped in as mid-tier muscle, and nothing else, and nalfashnee just kind of not fitting anywhere.

(It seemed like, anywhere they could have used a nalfashnee, the first two editions were more likely to use a nycadaemon or something.)

I like that, in Golarion, with the boggards, a hezrou can actually take on a sort of mastermind role, leading a cult of Gogunta worshipping boggards and humans and (shudder) half-breeds, evoking the sorts of ick-inducing beats that lurked behind Greyhawk's 'Wastri, the Hopping Prophet.'

I wonder if a vrock might take up a similar role as dark apostle of a group of apocalyptic Pazuzu-worshipping dire corbies or strix or something, and become something more than just 'the heavy?'

Anywho, of the 'not big six,' the succubus and shadow demon are my favorites (along with the cambion), so I'm glad to see that they made the cut as well.

Everything else (babau, nabassu, bar-igura, whatever) is optional!

Paizo Employee Creative Director

This is a monster revisited book, and that means it only gets to cover 10 monsters. Picking out what 10 demons to write about was REALLY hard, actually, since we've got a lot more than 10 of them.

The first thing I did to narrow things down was limit myself to Bestiary 1. Even then, there's 12 demons. I cut out the quasit and the dretch—the quasit because it's as much a familiar as it is a demon and therefore would need a lot different type of focus than the others and would disrupt the presentation, and the dretch because it's the least interesting of the 12 core demons.

I do mention other demons here and there. The nabasu chapter, for example, has a relatively large amount of info about vrolikai demons, since that's what a nabasu grows up to be. And there's a brief mention of incubi in the succubus entry.

But that's pretty much it.


Maybe in the far future when creatures like Asag (a stone demon) and other such demons from real myths are present in pathfinder we may see a demons-from-real-myths revised book with Incubi in it :p

I can always hope

Bu t I understand it would be hard to pick only 10 demons from all of those.


This is going to be a great book. I'm really looking forward to it. The Revisited line is some of my favorite content that Paizo has put out. And I've been a big fan of the outsiders, in particular the evil, fiendish, villainous ones as monsters since even before Planescape. Can't wait.


Looks like August is going to be a month of demons! :)

Dark Archive

Shalafi2412 wrote:
Looks like August is going to be a month of demons! :)

Isn't all months?

Grand Lodge

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Will we see more about possession, and demonic gifts?

What about demonic grafts?


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James Jacobs wrote:

One thing in particular I want to try to do with this book and Wrath of the Righteous is do away with the perception that devils are the sneaky and subtle and "intellegent evils" of the fiend races, but demons are just big lumbering stupid brutes.

A quick glance at demon intelligence scores is enough to dispel that, but for whatever reason, the idea that "chaotic" = "stupid" and "lawful" = "smart" seems to persist.

I'm not saying that devils aren't subtle and sneaky in their evils. I'm just saying that demons are as well, and the argument of which is the sneakier is not one anyone can win since both are really good at it.

I always wondered at those distinctions. Pit fiends can rip balors apart in hand to hand combat, even more so in 3.5 than PF. Regeneration, plus a nastier full attack routine than dragons can boast...oh, and they are stronger than balors too. (And more agile, intelligent and wise)

Pretty sure if you compare the CR 19 demon vs devil you'll see the same thing. Devil = brute, demon = sly.

Always struck me as strange that pit fiends were down and dirty with their natural weapons, while balors sort of rely on those weapons.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

blackbloodtroll wrote:

Will we see more about possession, and demonic gifts?

What about demonic grafts?

Not so much in Demons Revisited; a bit here and there. There'll be more about grafts in Pathfinder #74.


Kain Darkwind wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:

One thing in particular I want to try to do with this book and Wrath of the Righteous is do away with the perception that devils are the sneaky and subtle and "intellegent evils" of the fiend races, but demons are just big lumbering stupid brutes.

A quick glance at demon intelligence scores is enough to dispel that, but for whatever reason, the idea that "chaotic" = "stupid" and "lawful" = "smart" seems to persist.

I'm not saying that devils aren't subtle and sneaky in their evils. I'm just saying that demons are as well, and the argument of which is the sneakier is not one anyone can win since both are really good at it.

I always wondered at those distinctions. Pit fiends can rip balors apart in hand to hand combat, even more so in 3.5 than PF. Regeneration, plus a nastier full attack routine than dragons can boast...oh, and they are stronger than balors too. (And more agile, intelligent and wise)

Pretty sure if you compare the CR 19 demon vs devil you'll see the same thing. Devil = brute, demon = sly.

Always struck me as strange that pit fiends were down and dirty with their natural weapons, while balors sort of rely on those weapons.

I think that is silly, Demons should be the stronger brutes, not devils.

Balors look 100x more powerfull than the sneaky Pit Fiends. I think having more intelligence and strength is a little bit unfair.


Not being familiar with any of the revisited books, will this include stat blocks that are different than what's in the bestiary?

Dark Archive

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Curmudgeonly wrote:
Not being familiar with any of the revisited books, will this include stat blocks that are different than what's in the bestiary?

Generally there's an example with class levels or in some other way advanced, yes.


I guess what I'm asking is if the content of this book will render the stat blocks from the bestiary obsolete or are the bestiary stat blocks the default ones, and the ones included here will be specials / uniques?

Silver Crusade

They'll be specials/uniques if following the Revistied pattern. For example, sometimes the entry might be a special subspecies, most of the time it's a specific fully-developed NPC. :)

However, I think they said they were playing with the format by adding in examples of specific demons that were summonable. This still doesn't render the Bestiary entries redundant, it just adds more specials/uniques to pull from.


Awesome, thank you for the responses!


Mikaze wrote:
However, I think they said they were playing with the format by adding in examples of specific demons that were summonable. This still doesn't render the Bestiary entries redundant, it just adds more specials/uniques to pull from.

I *think* the plan with the summonable named demons is to place them on the inside cover and provide name, type, class, conjuring modifiers (stuff they like), and a bit of fluff for each example. If that's the case, then no, the Bestiary entries will most certainly not be rendered redundant. In fact, they'll be crucial in building these demons for one's game.

Either way, it's a fantastic idea and I'm totally going to do something similar for my favorite celestials - angels.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Damn that cover is sick.


Didn't the sales blurb for this say something about focused Half-Demon templates before?

Man, please don't tell me those were cut, that's what I was looking forward to the whole book for.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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The ten stat blocks in this book are all specific demons who are more powerful than the norm of their kind. Many of them are demons who have been namedropped in other products. They have class levels in most cases, if I remember correctly; a few might be advanced HD versions. They're all pretty powerful, and all 10 would work great as the big bad end guy/gal of a campaign, while also serving as excellent specialized demons a powerful spellcaster can call in for help via greater planar ally/binding or gate.

And there are still sidebars in each chapter that tell how to adjust the half-fiend template to have specific types of half-demons.


James Jacobs wrote:

...

And there are still sidebars in each chapter that tell how to adjust the half-fiend template to have specific types of half-demons.

Freaking Sweet


Azure_Zero wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:

...

And there are still sidebars in each chapter that tell how to adjust the half-fiend template to have specific types of half-demons.
Freaking Sweet

Phew, that is indeed a relief.

Silver Crusade

Those two guys on that balor's leg are badass. They don't give a @#$%. :D

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