Any spell-like ability or supernatural effect used by Szuriel that normally causes fire damage deals half of that damage as fire damage and half of it as profane damage that is not subject to energy resistance or fire immunity. Eruptive Arrival Su When Szuriel uses any teleportation effect, she can create a pyroclastic detonation upon arrival as a swift action. This creates a blast of fire that deals 20d6 points of fire damage to all creatures within a foot radius Reflex DC 41 half. Szuriel can selectively omit creatures from this effect as she chooses, though she rarely does, enjoying the carnage and death of even her own allies. The save DC is Constitution -based. Fury of the Forsaken Su As a standard action once per day, Szuriel can instill all non- daemons within a foot radius of herself with a mind-twisting rage and lust for blood.
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Those caught in the area take 18d6 points of piercing damage from the bites and are nauseated for 1d4 rounds. A creature that succeeds at a DC 42 Reflex save takes half the normal damage and negates the nausea effect.
Any creature that takes any damage at all from the flies is automatically sickened for 1 minute. Any creature that ends its turn in this cloud must succeed at a DC 42 Reflex save or take 9d6 points of piercing damage and become sickened for 1 minute.
This cloud of flies can be dispersed by any area effect that deals damage or creates strong or stronger wind. All daemons and apocalypse horses are immune to the effects of breath of flies.
The save DCs are Constitution-based. Disease Ex Those bitten by Apollyon risk contracting soul plague, a deadly affliction that causes flesh to rot and drip away and that fills the sufferer with overwhelming despair and nausea. Soul plague can be cured via magic but cannot be cured through normal rest. The save DC is Constitution-based. Father of Plagues Sp As a swift action but no more than once per day per target , Apollyon can inflict upon a single target within 60 feet any disease that the creature has ever previously suffered, unless the target succeeds at a DC 38 Fortitude save.
The save DC is Charisma-based. Plague Shadow Su Apollyon is surrounded by a carpet of plague-ridden vermin that bubbles up from the ground at his feet. Creatures within a foot radius of Apollyon are subject to damage from this swarm. ECOLOGY Organization solitary or mounted Apollyon and the White Horse Treasure triple Usher of the Black Rain, other treasure Apollyon has ruled for eons, since he seized his throne and slew all potential rivals following the disappearance of his presumed-dead predecessor.
The Horseman of Pestilence is also known as the Prince of Plagues, and rules from his domain of the Plaguemere, a vast realm of swamps, flooded forests, and shallow, acidic oceans. His citadel, the Throne of Flies, is carved from a titanic spinal column and set of ribs, rumored to be those of a dead god of healing or a protean lord slaughtered by the Four and dragged back to Abaddon to feast upon.
When spreading ever more horrific and virulent plagues, the Horseman is not averse to granting temporary immunity to his mortal cultists in exchange for using them as carriers and living incubators, though this protection is short-lived—eventually, they too fall and their souls are carried to Abaddon amid clouds of corpse flies.
Apollyon also commands the allegiance of a significant portion of the daemon-worshiping urdefhan race. The Prince of Plagues is served by leukodaemons , his deacon servitor race, as well as astradaemons , diseased undead , monstrous rats , nuckelavees, otyughs , piscodaemons , and all manner of vermin.
His unholy symbol is a yellow scythe , and the scythe is also his favored weapon. As a longbow , it creates ammunition automatically as it is fired. Against foes who are currently suffering from a disease , the Usher of the Black Rain deals an additional 6 points of profane damage with each hit.
Texture: 4. Individually, the three volumes of the Book of the Damned are amazing, excellent reads. These planes are ripe for use in adventures of all sorts, and I am pleased to have such a thorough, encompassing guide on the topic. Note: This review is for all three volumes of the Book of the Damned combined. Not that it matters much; this score applies to all three books equally. Slamy Mcbiteo — Aug 20, , am I found this book to be the favorite out of the Books of the Damned series. The Horseman, Abaddon and the Daemons are truly evil.
Those caught in the area take 18d6 points of piercing damage from the bites and are nauseated for 1d4 rounds. A creature that succeeds at a DC 42 Reflex save takes half the normal damage and negates the nausea effect. Any creature that takes any damage at all from the flies is automatically sickened for 1 minute. Any creature that ends its turn in this cloud must succeed at a DC 42 Reflex save or take 9d6 points of piercing damage and become sickened for 1 minute. This cloud of flies can be dispersed by any area effect that deals damage or creates strong or stronger wind. All daemons and apocalypse horses are immune to the effects of breath of flies. The save DCs are Constitution-based.