Devils & Demons
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Search Keywords (Done):Angel, Demon(ette), Succubus/Succubi, Incubus/Incubi, Charon, Balrog, Imp, Satan, Lucifer, Asmodeus, Afreet/ifrit/efreet/ifreet/afrit/Efreeti, Gargoyle.
Search Keywords (Pending):Devil, Evils, Chiron, Boatman
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Gargoyles - like Grotesques, but w. weapon and action-posed
Devils - wingless, horns, tail, cloven-hooved, armed w. pitchfork
Imps - miniature little batwinged demons, favoring pitchforks
Note: Tolkien used the word "imp" to refer to a small or young person and not a little devil or demon. In AD&D, these come in three types: Bloodbag, Euphoric, and Filth. Much smaller than Gargoyles (see above), and not as technologically advanced as Gremlins, who wouldn't stoop to pick up a pitchfork unless it was a last resort.
Afreet/ifrit/efreet/ifreet/afrit/Efreeti - Fiery Arabic/Islamic wingless djinn-demons
Type I (Vrock) - like a human-vulture cross
Type II (Hezrou) - toady, with human forearms
Type III (Glabrezu) - brutish goat-horned dog head, pincers for hands, human arms coming from chest, long tail
Type IV (Nalfeshnee, etc.) - apish boar w. small wings
Type V (Marilith, etc.) Females w. multi-armed torso on serpent tail
Type VI (Balrogs) - Large, bull-headed, batwinged, flames, whip & sword
See also Balrogs in Tolkien's Creations.
Also formerly known (in AD&D) as "daemons".
Altraloths - fits theme of: Death, Pestilence, War, or Famine
Includes the personality Anthraxus (former Oinoloth).
Arcanaloths - Jackal-headed
Includes the personalities Helekanalaith (Keeper of the Tower Arcane), Inajira (major Grand Conjuction player trapped in Ravenloft), and Larsdana Ap Neut (former Keeper of the Tower Arcane).
Baernaloths - ancient progenitors (better description pending)
Includes the personalities Daru Ib Shamiq (teleportation master) and Harishek Ap Thulkesh ("The Blind Clockmaker," member of The Demented).
Battleloths - Weapon-shaped demons
Spiked Chain Battleloths
Canoloths - Doglike scouts or skirmishers
Corruptors of Fate - stealthy-looking (better description pending)
Dergholoths - round bodies, five arms, three legs, insectoid heads
Echinoloths - hybrid of starfish and squid
Gacholoths - four-legs (better description pending)
Hydroloths - Froglike
See also Type II (Hezrou) demons above.
Marraenoloths - Skeletal River Styx ferrymen
Charon is The Boatman.
Mezzoloths - Insectile footsoldiers
Piscoloths - Fishlike officers
See also Deep Ones.
Nycaloths - gargoylelike cavalry
Skeroloths - Army Dregs (better description pending)
Ultroloths - Cruel officers (better description pending)
Includes the personalities General of Gehenna ("First ultroloth," Ruler of the Yugoloths) and Mydianchlarus (current Oinoloth, "Ultroloth Prince").
Voors - Tentacled hulks
Yagnoloths - one-armed Minor lords
Named Yugoloths, Unsorted
Includes the personalities Bubonix (Lord of the Tower of Incarnate Pain in Carceri), Cholerix (second in command of Bubonix), Diptherius (Rival to Anthraxus for Oinoloth title), Taba, Typhus ("The Idiot Savant"), and Xenghara.
Also known as Arcanoloths
Orcus (Prince of the Undead) - Obese bat-winged goat w. sceptre
Demogorgon (Prince of Demons) - lizard w. two snake-necks bearing baboon faces
Succubi - seductive bat-winged females with tails
See also Vampires
See also Vampires
Demon Dragons: Dragonlike bodies w. undragonlike heads
See: Demon section.