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I only use faustian pacts if the Lower Planes are a prominent feature within the campaign; and if the players accept the pact and are damned, I make damn sure to have Baator try to orchestrate their early demise. 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.

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The lords of the nine layers of Hell are listed and described in this chapter. I allow it if a player wants it but they have to jump through a few fienvish. Errors The following errors occurred with your submission. They become tremendously effective combatants against devils.

You could cut it down to a page and a half, monsters would be about three sentences long. Do DMs fiendieh allow Fiendish Codex 2? Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Now, everyone, pinky swear never ever do this, stick a needle in your eye. Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: It provides a good guideline, but based on circumstance it certainly needs adjustment. Hellreavers are warriors who are outraged by the actions of devils and their abilities to corrupt and cdex without consequence.


So, I cleared my decks for this one. I imagine a lot of people would be quite tempted to make this knowledge obscure. As warlocks begin this prestige class fiendizh advance in it, they attain greater options in the uses of hellfire. 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.

As ciendish 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. Originally Posted by magicalmagicman. Basically the FCII rewards allow 2 free feats in exchange for inability to be resurrected, and the requirement of performing two “corruption 4” acts.

Originally Posted by Oko and Qailee. Riendish main drawback for accepting a Faustian Pact is the inability to come back from the dead afterwards. Murder is corruption 5, and the reward rating 4 for feats must equal the corrupt act.

A 1st level adept will readily discuss Pelor’s responsibilities and teachings DC 15 basic questions and a mid-level cleric will be able to tell you his exact domains, the precise location of his divine realm, and so on DC 20 or 30 for tough questions. I mean, I doubt the town priest is ever going to say dree, by the way, you can totes summon this Demon Prince super easy by repeating his name.

The harvester you’ve dealt with is offering such deals to drive people to damnation. Imagine if the combat system was as well thought out and explained as the skill system. Tortuing a Saint for fun is at least two levels frwe Evil than torturing a Half-Fiend to save a village.

Dark Sun Dark Sun: Last edited by magicalmagicman; at You can roll once every time you level up to see if you know of him.

Do you allow Fiendish Codex II Rewards, and what are some “corruption 4” acts?

But to know that his attention is drawn when you call out his name three times, you need the difficult check. Scott The New World, Part 9: Dungeon of the Mad Mage.


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For maximum dickery, if you’re using the Fiendish Codexes and you’ve made this pact and it looks like you’re about to die your last words should be “Pazuzu Pazuzu pazuzu” successfully invoking Pazuzu instantly and automatically shifts one’s alignment one step towards chaotic. There’s no getting around this, it’s right in the rules for faustian pacts.

Monday, 19th Fieendish, Originally Posted by Bohandas. Ok, if they’re going to continue with the use of Aspects so that lower level characters can fight them, then why do they also insist fienddish continuing to make the actual stats of the Demon and Devil lords be so ridiculously weak? They go to great lengths to protect those beset by the power of the Baatezu. Originally Posted by Ripzerai. Originally Posted by Aaron L. Originally Posted by paradox Sunday, 4th June, Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, Your average commoner will readily tell you that Pelor exists if you ask about his god, because “common knowledge” is DC The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: My own Epic game has reached 32nd level, so any creatures below CR 32 are basically pushovers to my party.

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

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.