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Planar Bestiary Excerpts #3: The Abyss

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Looking for some extra demons to sick upon unsespecting PCs? Need more options for demonic minioncs in your Rage of Demons campaign? Or maybe chaos and evil are just your thing? Taken right from the pages of the Planar Bestiary, these 12 demons (and 1 Abyssal construct) can be found swarming about in the Abyss, or wreaking havok across the multiverse.

As with all creatures from the Bestiary, these demons are faithfully updated to preserve their place in the Planes, as well as their iconic abilities, while expertly fitting them into the more streamlined design patterns of 5th edition.

Contents:
Rutterkin (Challenge 1/2)
Uridezu (Challenge 1)
Eyewing (Challenge 2)
Nabassu, Juvenile (Challenge 3 or 4)
Jovoc (Challenge 4)
Babau (Challenge 5)
Maurezhi (Challenge 6)
Armanite (Challenge 7)
Bulezau (Challenge 9)
Nabassu, Mature (Challenge 10)
Bebilith (Challenge 12)
Retriever (Challenge 15)
Wastrilith (Challenge 17)
Molydeus (Challenge 18)

Just demons not enough to sate your hunger for the Planes? The Planar Bestiary contains all these and many, many more creatures from across the Planes:
Planar Bestiary Link 

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This title was added to our catalog on March 13, 2018.