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... He seems to serve as a priest/general for various monster lords The remaining three of the five demon lords each have priests and generals that serve ... While most of the demon lords have at least one Priest and one General, in Xellos' case, he alone serves Zelas, making him the most powerful being in the world ... Xellos served Hellmaster Phibrizzo (another of the five demons) by request of Zelas in his attempt to destroy Gaav the Demon Dragon King ...
... way up through the ranks of the tanar'ri, becoming an Abyssal lord, and then as Tenebrous ... adventure also explains that after being an Abyssal lord, Orcus eventually became a deity, forever giving up his physical form ... A great lord of the infinite pit, once brought low, shall find his way here, having pulled himself from death's cold embrace ...
... Dragons fantasy role-playing game, demon lords (also known as Abyssal lords in 2E AD D) are demons who have gained great power and established a position of preeminence among demonkind ... Each demon lord has a unique appearance and set of abilities ... A demon lord, when slain in a plane other than the Abyss, is banished to the Abyss for 100 years, whereas "ordinary" demons, including the mightiest balors and mariliths, risk being reborn into a ...
... Demons appear in the first edition Monster Manual (1977), which includes the manes (sub-demon), the succubus, the type I demon (vrock), the type II demon (hezrou), the type III demon (glabrezu), the ... The quasit, a frequent servant of demons, also first appeared in the original Monster Manual ... Lolth, the Demon Queen of Spiders is described under the demon entry in the Fiend Folio (1981) Several new demons debuted in the module Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1982), including the alu-demon (demi-demon), the bar-lgur ...
... The single unifying feature of all demon lords (also called demon princes) is the inherent control over part of the infinite layers of The Abyss ... Baphomet, Prince of Beasts, demon prince of beasts and vengeance ... (also the monster power of minotaurs) Dagon, demon prince and patron of the deep sea ...
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