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Vrock (Wrath Demon)

When the gates to the Abyss swing wide, the first demons through are often vrocks, vulture-headed scions of rage who wheel through the air on black wings or dance with the exultation of their fiendish power. Their hatred for mortals is matched only by their desire to inflict suffering through their horrible screech or their devastating dance. Vrocks form from the souls of hateful mortals who are thus given another chance to inflict their rage on the world.

Vrocks often travel in small groups so as to make the best use of their dance of ruin ability, but they rarely appear in groups larger than four. Against small groups and individuals, they swoop down without fear, hoping to play with their prey before going for the kill. Against formidable foes, they are just as happy to fly above, using their dance of ruin to cast a storm of lightning down on them.

VrockCreature 9

CELarge
Source Bestiary pg. 78
Perception +18; darkvision
Languages Abyssal, Celestial, Draconic; telepathy 100 feet
Skills Acrobatics +18, Intimidation +18, Performance +18, Religion +18, Stealth +18, Survival +16
Str +6, Dex +3, Con +5, Int +2, Wis +3, Cha +3
AC 26, Fort +20, Ref +18, Will +15; +1 status to all saves vs. magic
HP 185; Resistances electricity 10; Weaknesses cold iron 10, good 10
Attack of Opportunity ReactionReaction If the vrock is flying and a creature triggers an attack of opportunity, the vrock can make 2 Strikes with its talons against that creature instead of 1 Strike.
Peace Vulnerability A vrock’s wrath is the heart of their essence, and forcing peace upon them wrenches at their soul. If they fail a save against calm emotions or a similar effect forcing them to be peaceful, a vrock takes 4d6 mental damage.
Speed 25 feet, fly 35 feet

All Monsters in "Demon"

NameLevel
Balor (Fire Demon)20
Glabrezu (Treachery Demon)13
Marilith (Pride Demon)17
Quasit1
Shemhazian (Mutilation Demon)16
Succubus (Lust Demon)7
Vrock (Wrath Demon)9

Demon

Source Bestiary pg. 76
When a sinful mortal soul is judged and sent on to the Abyss, it can become a deadly fiend—a demon. Demons are living incarnations of sin—be they classic sins like wrath or gluttony, or more “specialized” depravities like an obsession with torture or the act of treason or treachery. Once formed, a demon’s driving goals are twofold—the amassing of personal power, and the corruption of mortal souls to cause them to become tainted by sin. In this way demons ensure a never-ending supply of new demons to bolster their ever-growing ranks in the Abyss.