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  • gnolls

    Gnolls are feral, demon-worshiping marauders that kill, pillage, and destroy. They attack communities along the borderlands without warning and slaughter without mercy, all in the name of the demon lord [[Yeenoghu]]. They have enslaved all of the …

  • Yeenoghu

    Yeenoghu is the demon prince and lord of savagery, and the chief being worshiped by gnolls. He has a continuous feud with [[Baphomet]], and both demons pull no punches when dealing with one another. The fight has been going on for so long that neither …

  • goblins

    Goblin refers to a specific sort of small, ill-tempered humanoid, but the word also refers to related beings of various sizes, such as bugbears and hobgoblins. Goblins are as prolific as humankind, but as a people, they’re less creative and more prone to …

  • Asmodeus

    h3. Supreme Master of the Nine Hells *Evil Greater God* An ancient deity turned archdevil, the Lord of Nessus longed for untold millennia to reclaim his godhood. The destruction of Dweomerheart sent the dying Azuth (a patron deity of mages) into …

  • Bane

    h3. The Black Lord *Evil Greater God* Thought to have been destroyed forever during the Time of Troubles, Bane returned to life in 1372 DR and continued his mission to dominate every mortal soul on Toril. The Black Lord of Banehold is the …

  • Gruumsh

    h2. The One-Eyed God h4. Chaotic Evil Gruumsh’s influence has flourished in recent decades with the growth of the orc population, and as other humanoids have come under his sway. His recent triumphs include putting the orc pantheon and other minor …

  • Gnoll

    Gnolls are feral, Demon-worshiping marauders that kill, pillage, and destroy. They attack communities along the borderlands without warning and slaughter without mercy, all in the name of the demon lord [[Yeenoghu]].

  • Abolethic Sovereignty

    The aboleths suborned populations of krakens, morkoths,and kuo-toas as servants, in some cases changing their nature. A certain limited number of their servants are “unfettered.” They are no longer bound to water because they can breathe air and have a …

  • genasi

    Every genasi constantly manifests an element.(Genasi have no neutral, nonelemental state.) All genasi are born with one elemental manifestation, a genetic trait that is handed down from hir or her parents. Some genasi learn an additional manifestation in …

  • Tchazzar

    Tchazzar was a red dragon mythic sovereign who posed as a human warlord and eventally became a god for a time. Despite his age, Tchazzar has the vigor of a red dragon in its prime. His scales were as bright as a wyrmling's except along his wings where …

  • sahuagin

    Also known as Sea Devil, sahuagin are vicious sea dwellers that share many traits with sharks. They slaughter and devour anything they can catch, raiding coastal settlements in the dead of night.

  • Xxiphu

    Soaring City, Seat of the [[Abolethic Sovereignty]] The most feared sight in the [[Sea of Fallen Stars]] is the movable citadel Xxiphu. The city was roused from the drowned depths by prophecy, perverted priests, and unwise delvings. Because Xxiphu can …

  • Aboleths

    Aboleths are hulking amphibious creatures that hail from the Far Realm, a distant and unfathomable plane. They live in the [[Underdark]], swimming through drowned crannies or creeping through lightless tunnels and leaving trails of slimy mucus in their …

  • plaguechanged

    Victims of the original [[Spellplague]] were horribly changed, not simply scarred, their flesh warped in unimaginable ways. The abilities of the [[spellscarred]], though unique, are never as monstrous and powerful as those of plaguechanged creatures. …

  • spellscarred

    Spellscars are usually gained when creatures come too close to a [[plagueland]], though sometimes they afflict beings who have never had any contact with rampant magic. Sometimes a spellscar is a physical abnormality, but more often it is an intangible …

  • Scathebeast

    The slug-like scathebeasts are grassland herd creatures. They are found in small wild herds on the tallgrass plains in [[Abeir | Returned Abeir]], though a few have found their way to [[Faerûn | Faerûn]] (especially [[Tymanther]]). These creatures …

  • Doppelganger

    The consummate shapechanger, a doppelganger can bring entire kingdoms to ruin through duplicity and subterfuge without ever drawing a sword. Doppelgangers are much like humans in their behavior, and as such, an individual doppelganger might have any …

  • Sahuagin

    Sahuagin are a fish-like monstrous humanoid species that live in oceans, seas, underground lakes, and underwater caves. Sahuagin speak Sahuagin. They sometimes also speak Common and Aquan. Sahuagin are usually green skinned, darker on the back and …

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