To start with, how did your involvement with Fiendish Codex II begin? Devils have always struck me as the coolest of infernal D&D baddies. Fiendish Codex – Play Role Online. Views . show all. Fiendish Codex II – Tyrants of the Nine Hells – Dropbox ยท Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells is a supplement designed to be the resource for information about devils and the Nine Hells of the D&D world.

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The Gorgon’s Alliance Viendish They go to great lengths to protect those beset by the power of the Baatezu. Plus, there’s a new PC race in town, we hear. This is important in portraying the Hells as both eternal but currently in the midst of big changes. Any special memories from those games?

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Played skillfully, a diabolical organization in the material plane should have your players wishing they’d gone to Hell instead! The hellbreaker specializes in breaking into and out of the Nine Hells to filch from the baatezu.

This article needs additional citations for verification. I tried to streamline the opponents in such a coodex as to make them easier to use, while retaining their fearsome capabilities. Maladomini would be my vacation spot–chicks with horns and tails, remember? So far, this has all been about the devils.


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We fit in four prestige classes. Robin handled the layer descriptions and details, so I’ll let him handle this one.

Or a force of fiendish might? What of new, previously unknown devils? This Month’s Dragon Magazine.

All nine layers are covered. Speaking of the lords, is there any mention of Hell’s former rulers: Glasya’s ascension is an example of evolving the existing materials. Dragondown Grotto Red Hand of Doom. This chapter describes the economy and society of the devils in hell, their relationship with demons, their origins, and their soul harvesting of mortals.

The Hells are a terrible place to spend eternity. The harvester devil fills a necessary coex in diabolical imagery–the classic slick-talking fiend who wants to sign you to a Faustian pact.

Oh, but Fierna’s just a bit too creepy for me. Hellfire warlocks belong to a secretive group of specialist warlocks who have mastered hellfire, a dangerous s&d found only in hell.

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Robin handled the history and origins of the Nine Hells, so I’ll leave it to him to flesh out. In the recent FCII preview, there’s the quote: Our thanks to everyone who took the time to submit their fiendish questions.


And there are the Lords fiiendish the Nine Layers: By presenting the archdevils as aspects, we preserved them as great campaign ending bad-guys, but without emasculating them. Hellbreakers are always chaotic-goodchaotic-neutralor chaotic-evil and often start out as rogues or ninjas.

Other than their CRs, have their stats changed from previous incarnations? Tyrants of the Nine Hells is an optional supplemental source book for the 3. Maybe it’s because my mother freaked a bit hi mom. These are doomed characters that fight for their redemption. For example, Asmodeus still has the ruby rod he’s described as having in the Book of Vile Darkness.

These characters are reborn after the moment of &dd, when they earnestly repented for the mortal failings. Hellreavers are warriors who are outraged by the actions of devils and their abilities to corrupt and seduce without consequence. So I cut back on that concept somewhat, while still leaving traces of it for those who still want to recreate the Planescape vibe.

As they advance, they also acquire additional abilities, letting them develop devilish traits. My playtest campaign remained solidly earthbound.