The vorr were evil and relentless bloodhounds of the Abyss. They were canine yet resembled felines, as well as rodents.[1]

The hounds bayed again, louder still, and from right behind him. Had they caught his scent? He could hear the blood-lusting—no, soul-lusting—glee in their cries.[2]

Description[edit | edit source]

A vorr stood around 4 feet (1.2 meters) tall. They resembled a black hyena animal native to the Prime Material Plane, but with a face bright with intelligence. The monsters were covered with bristly black-and-gray fur, leaving their long rat tail hairless.[1]

Combat[edit | edit source]

These hellish hounds were lurkers in the shadows, waiting for their victims to get close before lunging out and rending the prey. They would pursue and stalk their prey while observing and probing for weaknesses. When they did attack, they often flanked their prey. The vorr would try and knock their prey off their feet at every opportunity to gain the upper hand.[1]

Society[edit | edit source]

Vorrs were pack creatures and rarely encountered alone.[1] For their intelligence and abilities, they were often used as bloodhounds by the fiend lords of the Abyss, such as Nethess and Visceris.[3]

Behavior[edit | edit source]

Vorrs were intelligent creatures capable of hunting and tracking prey over great distances.[1]

History[edit | edit source]

In 1370 DR vorrs among with other tanar'ri were found in the Dungeon of Death on its Habitat Level subservient to the adolescent nabassu Visceris.[4]

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