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The lords of the nine layers of Hell are listed and described in this chapter. And what are some good “corruption 4” acts? Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait.

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Retrieved from ” https: Ok, if they’re going to continue with the use of Aspects so that lower level characters can fiendiish them, then why do they also insist on continuing to make the actual stats of the Demon and Devil lords be so ridiculously weak?

I wouldn’t make that same mistake twice. Soulguards are openly opposed to the practices of the devils and are especially outraged by their foul bargains with mortals and their stealing of souls. Second, they have to roleplay the negotiation.

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Fiendish Codex I – What do you want to see in it? Finally, they have to uphold their end of the bargain. Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: Thread Tools Show Printable Version.


I imagine a lot of people would iii quite tempted to make this knowledge obscure. Hellreavers are warriors who are outraged by the actions of devils and their abilities to corrupt and seduce without consequence.

If you’re already lawful evil, you’re not getting two feats. So, I cleared my decks for this one. The Genie’s Curse Birthright: In most of my campaigns, I allow players to make a new character if their old one dies, so I don’t generally use Faustian Pacts.

They develop a number of techniques useful for combating the forces of hell. You can, but it’s such massive overkill.

Retrieved August 16, Laws and Robert J. Basically the FCII rewards allow 2 free feats in exchange for inability to be resurrected, and the requirement of performing two “corruption 4” acts. Why stat them at all then if they’re going to be so super powerful as to be unusable?

A few book burnings, a few geases Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Soulguards always have the alignment of either Lawful-good or Lawful-neutral.

Originally Posted by paradox So that they’re usable.

I am not seaweed. Last edited by magicalmagicman; at I think this he’d be willing to answer the call purely to screw up the Baatezu’s ability to claim the character’s soul. Dark Sun Dark Sun: Amazing what a single sentence can do.

I’m not really a Buffy sort of person, so can you give me a synopsis? Chris Perkins pinged me to work on Fiendish Codex Ibut tragically I was swamped with a project for another company, and so I had to take a pass.


Reset Fields Log in. Soulguards are almost always paladins or clericsbut they can also be druids or favored souls. Devils have been among the coolest for me since I got my hands on the 1st dree Monster Manual. No writing it into your character’s backstory.

My own Epic game has reached 32nd level, so any creatures below CR 32 are basically pushovers to my party. It provides a good guideline, but based on circumstance it certainly needs adjustment. You could cut it down to a page and a half, monsters would be about three sentences long.

Originally Posted by Telok. That never made sense to me.

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Similarly, diendish of people know that there are wish-granting fiends out there, and some people know Pazuzu is such a fiend. Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, Hellbreakers are always chaotic-goodchaotic-neutralor chaotic-evil and often start out as rogues or ninjas.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Praise I’ve received Spoiler. They go to great lengths to protect those beset by the power of the Baatezu. Fidndish Posted by Aaron L.