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Ghargatulas were somewhat dinosaur-like in appearance and averaged 25 feet (7.6 meters) in height, with 15‑foot-long (4.6‑meter) tails. Their mouths, which were big enough to swallow a human whole, had many rows of dagger-sized teeth. Their skin was dark and almost craggy in appearance.
Ghargatulas, like other baatezu, had darkvision, could telepathically speak with creatures within 100 feet (30 meters), were immune to both fire and poisons, and were resistant to being damaged by acid and cold. Ghargatulas lacked many innate magical powers of other devils. Instead, they simply relied on their size, tail, and fangs in combat. They were skilled at grabbing opponents and preferred to try and eat enemies even during combat. Additionally, they had a venom-filled stinger on the end of their tails.
- Monte Cook (Oct 2002). Book of Vile Darkness. (Wizards of the Coast), pp. 175–177. ISBN 0-7869-0672-3.
- Robin D. Laws, Robert J. Schwalb (December 2006). Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells. Edited by Chris Thomasson, Gary Sarli, Penny Williams. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 158. ISBN 978-0-7869-3940-4.
Least: Lemure • Nupperibo • Spinagon
Lesser: Abishai (Black • Blue • Green • Red • White) • Barbazu • Erinyes • Excruciarch • Ghargatula • Hamatula (Stony devil) • Kocrachon • Merregon • Osyluth • War devil • Xerfilstyx
Greater: Amnizu • Cornugon • Gelugon • Logokron • Narzugon • Orthon • Paeliryon • Pit fiend
Baatezu of unknown rank: Advespa • Dogai • Gulthir • Jerul
Araton • Burning devil • Fimbrul devil • Hellcat • Hellwasp • Imp (Bloodbag • Euphoric • Filth) • Kalabon • Kyton • Seared devil • Stitched devil • Succubus • Tar devil