D&D 4.0 DEMONOMICON PDF

Edit Bulezaus looked like 8 feet 2. Patches of short, wiry bristles covered their bodies as opposed to a coat of fur, and their long, serpentine tails ended in a tangled clump of steel-like spines. Fury was their default emotion and they gained entertainment only in the struggle of combat. Their eagerness to fight sometimes overwhelmed their sense of self preservation, and only the threats of significantly more powerful beings, coupled with promises of future warring could keep them under control.

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Edit Bulezaus looked like 8 feet 2. Patches of short, wiry bristles covered their bodies as opposed to a coat of fur, and their long, serpentine tails ended in a tangled clump of steel-like spines. Fury was their default emotion and they gained entertainment only in the struggle of combat. Their eagerness to fight sometimes overwhelmed their sense of self preservation, and only the threats of significantly more powerful beings, coupled with promises of future warring could keep them under control.

Their form of speech was simplistic and animalistic and they also communicated through a weak telepathic empathy. When a bulezau found something it classified as an enemy it attacked, and if no enemies were present then they would quickly try to find one. They used their barbed tails to strike foes in combat, causing those stricken to shed rotting skin, develop boils and even cough up flies. Their presence alone caused those near them to be wracked by necrotic energy, which increased in potency when more were nearby.

Despite their leaping power, their clawed feet grasped the ground tenaciously and they were difficult to knock down. Once a day, they could emit a horrific cry powerful enough to blast apart enemy formations. They were always able to see invisible creatures and could summon a small mob of dretches [4] [5] or rutterkins to aid them.

Failing to strike their targets made this more likely, with the rage stemming from a hatred of failure rather than the sheer love of fighting. It was difficult to get them out of this rage unless all targets were gone or they were forcefully restrained for a short period of time. They favored foes that could not or would not try to run away from them as well as those that seemed weak. Most owned a massive magical weapon in the form of a ranseur, but they sometimes wielded longspears , tridents , morningstars and other long weapons.

The threat of almost certain death was typically enough to restrain them for some time, but many of their superiors found themselves too late to stop a band of bulezaus from self-terminating. Even though they were difficult to control they in turn could be relied upon to almost never retreat, a rare kind of loyalty within the treacherous depths of the Abyss. Higher ranking demons found bulezaus to be enough of a boon that they gathered them in large formations and created fanatical guards comprised of them, despite the burden of dealing with their stupidity and quarrels.

Although vrocks were more magically adept and mobile, bulezaus were unwavering in their attacks as opposed to the flightiness of vrocks. See how my children take what yours make and burn what yours build. Yeenoghu pointed out the division and mocked him, claiming that half of his minions were worthless. In response, Baphomet sent his underlings to perform demonic rituals upon the corpses of female mortals who were devoted to good-aligned deities.

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White Dwarf reviewer Megan C. Evans referred to the grues as "a collection of terrifying beasties from the Elemental Planes". These include various races of demons and devils that are of an evil alignment and hail from the Lower Planes. All fiends are extraplanar outsiders. The most common types[ edit ] Demons[ edit ] The most widespread race of fiends are the demons, a chaotic evil race native to the Abyss ; they are rapacious, cruel and arbitrary. The Abyss and its population are both theoretically infinite in size.

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