Demon Princes

Demon Princes

The Demon Princes is a five-book series of science fiction novels by Jack Vance, which cumulatively relate the story of one Kirth Gersen as he exacts his revenge on five notorious criminals, collectively known as the Demon Princes, who carried his village off into slavery during his childhood. Each novel deals with his pursuit of one of the five Princes.

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Demon Lord (Dungeons & Dragons) - Differences in Editions of D&D
... The distinctions between demon lords and demon princes vary between editions of Dungeons Dragons ... In AD D, demon lords may not have complete sovereignty over a layer of the Abyss, whereas all demon princes rule one or more layers ... However, both Lords and Princes were assigned the status of lesser gods ...
Jack Vance - Work - Characteristics and Commentary
... In its early phase, exhibited by the Oikumene of the Demon Princes series, this expanding, loose and pacific agglomerate has an aura of colonial adventure, commerce and ... is solipsistic megalomania, taken up again in the "Demon Princes" cycle of science fiction novels ... the Alastor books Trullion and Marune, the Cadwal series, and large parts of the Demon Princes series ...
Savras - Nondeity Powers - Demon Princes
... Baphomet Demon lord of minotaurs, beasts, vengeance Demogorgon Prince of Demons Eltab Demon lord of hatred, retribution Graz'zt Demon lord of darkness ... After being cast out of the Seldarine, Araushnee became the demon princess Lolth before reclaiming her divinity as leader of the Dark Seldarine ...
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... of the Abyss's rage but of its eternal, unslakable hunger for all things." A demon of the tanar'ri breed, Turaglas was not among the most ancient of demons Demogorgon was older, and Miska ... Not surprisingly, Turaglas came into conflict with its fellow demon lords for supremacy of the Abyss ... the Prime Material Plane with its incessant hunger, an unlikely alliance formed between the demon princes Demogorgon and Orcus ...

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