D&D – Fiendish Codex I – Supplement. Even the bottomless Abyss could not contain their malice, and so they spread out across the planes, corrupting and destroying everything in their path. No living. Fiendish Codex I: Hordes of the Abyss (Dungeons & Dragons d20 Fantasy Roleplaying Supplement) (pt. 1) [James Jacob, Erik Mona] on
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Hordes of the Abyss is an optional supplemental source book for the 3. Explains a number of well known aspects of demons, including their physiology, their interactions on the Material Planethe roles they fit into, and how possession works.
FIENDISH CODEX 1: Hordes of the Abyss (D&D 3rd Edition)
Also details the Black Scrolls of Ahm. Discusses the difference between the three main subtypes of demon: Also includes information on 16 different types of demons: Discusses the following 14 demon lords: It also provides tips on advancing the demon lords so that they can be as powerful as you like. Discusses various ways of interacting with demons, from fighting them to allying with them.
Includes game statistic information for feats and magic spells related to demons and demon hunting. Features a general overview of the Codfxand includes descriptions for 15 layers of the Abyss including the realms of the above-mentioned demon lords.
There are three appendices: I features a list of all known demon lords; II features a list of all known layers of the Abyss; and III features a list of all known types of demon, sorted by their Challenge Ratings, which are updated to 3. Appendix III also includes the books from which they originated.
Cover art is by Sam Woodwith interior art by Thomas M.
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