Types of Half-fiends[edit | edit source]
Some of the more numerous, powerful, or otherwise prominent varieties of half-fiends include:
- Cambion: A general term used to refer to the result of the breeding of a fiend (normally a devil) and a human woman. They had the general appearance of humans, but with the addition of differing fiendish traits.
- Alu-fiend: A specific term used for the offspring of a succubus demon and a mortal male. Alu-fiends tended to be very attractive in appearance, but with small, bat-like wings and sharp teeth.
- Draegloth: A very specific variety of half-fiends, draegloths were the offspring of drow females and glabrezu demons. Draegloths were tall (7–8 ft), with the obsidian skin and white hair of drow but a somewhat hound-like head, four arms like a glabrezu (the larger, upper pair ended in huge claws), and a mane of hair covering their backs and shoulders.
- Durzagon: Durzagon were the result of the union between a duergar and a devil. They were often revered by other duergar as great leaders.
Notable Half-fiends[edit | edit source]
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Connections[edit | edit source]
Achaierai • Barghest • Canomorph (Haraknin • Shadurakul) • Hell hound • Hordling • Howler • Larva • Maelephant • Marrashi • Night hag • Nightmare • Rakshasa • Succubus • Vargouille • Yeth hound
Fiendish creature • Half-fiend (Alu-fiend • Cambion • Draegloth • Durzagon) • Tiefling (Fey'ri • Maeluth • Tanarukk)