To start with, how did your involvement with Fiendish Codex II begin? Devils have always struck me as the coolest of infernal D&D baddies. Fiendish Codex – Play Role Online. Views . show all. Fiendish Codex II – Tyrants of the Nine Hells – Dropbox ยท Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells is a supplement designed to be the resource for information about devils and the Nine Hells of the D&D world.

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What of feindish, previously unknown devils? Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Since devils are unwilling to release such a choice morsel, they fight for the soul, twisting and transforming it into something new.

We offer plenty, but creative DMs can build fiendiish ones using those included as a guide. The hellbred race is a great way for players to use much of the material presented in this book and others without having the character be evil.

Unsourced material may be challenged and cdex. When it comes to the players, what does Fiendish Codex II have in store for them: In fact, the epic decade-long mega-campaign I ran from the start of 2nd edition through the first heady months of 3rd saw Asmodeus as one of the villainous principles. Any special memories from those games?


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May Learn how and when to remove this template message. Maladomini would be my vacation spot–chicks with horns and tails, remember? And they keep coming. This cat’s shtick is fighting and defeating diabolical pacts and mortals in the service of these terrible foes. This was a tricky issue.

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Since she’s a goddess, and having been discussed at great length in several other sourcebooks, we didn’t spend a lot of time on her.

As for new devils, there are all sorts of disturbing things in this book. The Hells are a terrible place to spend eternity.

Magic Item Compendium, Preview 4. That picture of the paladin fighting for his life against a group of devils inspired my style of gaming–violent, cruel, and nasty. Most of these are investiture spells.

Laws and Robert J. Schwalband was published in December It describes origins of fiendshthe rise of the most powerful devil, Asmodeusand the mystery of how he came to the Nine Hells of Baator in the first d&s. Plus, there’s a new PC race in town, we hear. The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: Fortress of the Yuan-Ti. Hellfire warlocks belong to a secretive group of specialist warlocks who have mastered hellfire, a dangerous energy found only in hell.


Soulguards are almost always paladins or clericsbut they can also be druids or favored souls. Soulguards always have the alignment of either Lawful-good or Lawful-neutral.

Played skillfully, a diabolical organization in the material plane should have your players wishing they’d gone to Hell instead! Propped up by her favor and that of the Dark Eight, Bel’s place seems secure The dogai or assassin devil serve as Hell’s hit men. There are a few mentions of past dukes or prince or some other hellish noble here and there, but most of this information is in Tome of Magic: Hellreavers are always good-aligned and often start out in a combat-oriented class such as a barbarianpaladinfighterrangeror even as a cleric or monk.

They don’t wait around waiting for you to come bust down their dungeon doors and take their loot. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic.

This nasty class gives PCs the ability to increase their eldritch blast with raw hellfire at the expense of their soul. Finally, we have the soulguard. The slightly longer answer is maybe.