by Mamick
 Climate/Terrain: Any
 Frequency: Very Rare (4% chance)
 Organization: Solitary
 Activity Cycle: Night
 Diet: Omnivore
 Intelligence: Supra-genius (19-20)
 Treasure: Fiery Weapons, 500 Steel Pieces
 Alignment: Chaotic Evil

 No. Appearing: 1
 Armor Class: Natural: 10 Demonic Armor +7
 Movement: 80
 Hit Dice: Automatic Hit
 No. of Attacks: 3
 Damage/Attack: 70 dmg
 Special Attack: Dark Flame +45 dmg, once every five rounds
 Special Defences: +10 armor, once every six rounds
 Magic Resistance: -20% to all magic
 Size: Minotaur-sized
 Morale: Perfect
 XP Value: 10000
General Introduction: Walking the shadows of the Abyss, the Demonlord, commander of the hordes of demons in the service of her dark majesty. Now banished from the Abyss for their ineptitude in battle (for which they were punished accordingly), they roam the mortal realm, seeking only death and destruction. No longer in the service of her Dark Majesty, most Demonlords have aligned themselves with the dark god Sargonnas. The Demomlords are hulking creatures of flame and destruction, their swords of flame cleaving a path of death and destruction wherever they choose to curse with their presence.

Combat: The Demonlords, cunning in their ways, are honorable foes, as taught by their god Sargonnas. They are not known to turn tail during the course of a battle, and shun all subtle forms of combat. Instead, their attack of choice is a path of death and destruction, utilizing their immense battle-blades to destroy any mortal that dares to oppose them.

Habitat/Society: The Demonlords, who once commanded hordes of lost souls, sending them to destroy puny humans with a single words, have been cast out of the Abyss, stripped of rank for a failure. Their powers are however, greater in doing so, for a reason obscure to man. They live solitary lives; very few mortals have seen one.

Ecology: Bred in an enviornment of extreme prejudice, Demonlords are loathe to be defeated by mortals. Therefore, if they lose to one in a contest as trivial as a game of checkers, they will willingly submit to the mortal they have lost to. Needless to say, they are excellent checkers players...

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