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Fiendish Codex II

You can, but it’s such massive overkill. Imagine if the combat system was as well thought out and explained as the skill system. Articles needing additional references from May All articles needing additional references Pages to import images to Wikidata.

Murder is corruption 5, and the reward rating 4 for feats must equal the corrupt act. Now, everyone, pinky swear never ever do this, stick a needle in your eye. No writing it into your character’s backstory. Maybe it’s because my mother freaked a bit hi mom. The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.


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Note that this includes not only the FCI and FCII ‘lords’ as far as official stats go at leastbut also the versions that appeared in BoVD- as well as all the Great Wyrm dragons of the core rules, all the non -Lord demons and devils, etc. Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait.


The Genie’s Curse Birthright: Retrieved from ” https: Soulguards always have the alignment of either Lawful-good or Lawful-neutral. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dungeon of the Mad Mage. Originally Posted by Telok.

Mind-blowingly powerful entities are usable in the right campaign. FC2 killed this argument dead with the sentence that said the stats there weren’t intended as their “actual stats. The main drawback for accepting a Faustian Pact is the inability to come back from the dead afterwards.

Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: There’s no getting around this, it’s right in the rules for faustian pacts. Aspects are a fine idea, but since we have them, I want mind blowingly powerful “true” versions of the lower planar lords.

I allow it if a player wants it but they have to jump through a few hoops.

You could cut it down to a page and a half, monsters would be about three sentences long. I’m not really a Buffy sort of person, so can you give me a synopsis? All times are GMT Posted By Abstruse Thursday, 27th December, So, I cleared my decks for this one.


Each layer has an archdevil that rules it. As an aside, the Archfiend stats in FCII are only really, really ‘powerful’ aspects, which further cements the idea that ‘these folks are as powerful dangerous as you want them to be’ angle semi-started in FCI.

Also given linguistic drift Hercules, anyone? Originally Posted by rjs. A few book burnings, a few geases Similarly, loads of people know that there are wish-granting fiends out there, and some people know Pazuzu is such a fiend. Originally Posted by Flickerdart. 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.

Originally Posted by Aaron L. This chapter describes the economy and society of the devils in hell, their relationship with demons, their origins, and their soul harvesting of mortals. The Hellbreaker specializes in infiltrating the strongholds of devils and relieving them of their treasures.