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Agradaemon (Conflagration Daemon)

Equal parts lion, spider, and demagogue, agradaemons are born from the forge-flames of Szuriel, Horseman of War. Although they're unwilling to work alongside each other for long, agradaemons frequently establish themselves as leaders of cults whose goal is to burn civilization to the ground. To these scheming monsters of flame and fear, torching a city is a mere diversion; incinerating a nation's entire agricultural system to turn its citizens into starving marauders before setting their forests and plains ablaze is truly satisfying.

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AgradaemonCreature 19

RareNEGargantuanDaemonFiendFire
Source Pathfinder #162: Ruins of the Radiant Siege pg. 79
Perception +31; darkvision, smoke vision
Languages Common, Daemonic, Ignan; telepathy 100 feet
Skills Acrobatics +37, Deception +37, Diplomacy +37, Intimidation +39
Str +6, Dex +10, Con +5, Int +6, Wis +5, Cha +10
Smoke Vision Smoke doesn't impair an agradaemon's vision; it ignores the concealed condition from smoke.
AC 45; Fort +31, Ref +36, Will +31; +1 status to all saves vs. magic
HP 400; Immunities death effects, fire; Weaknesses cold 20, good 20
Choking Smog (air, aura, fire) 100 feet. The agradaemon is surrounded by ashy smoke. Creatures within the aura are concealed, and creatures outside of it are concealed to creatures within it. Non-daemon creatures can't breathe in the aura and must hold their breath or suffocate.
Speed 40 feet, climb 40 feet
Melee Single ActionSingle Action claw +35 [+31/+27] (agile, evil, finesse, magical, reach 15 feet), Damage 2d12+14 slashing plus 2d6 fire and 2d6 evilRanged Single ActionSingle Action lava bomb +35 [+30/+25] (range increment 100 feet, splash), Damage 4d8 fire plus 2d6 persistent fire plus 8 fire splashDivine Innate Spells DC 41; 10th massacre; 8th volcanic eruption (×3); 5th dimension door; 4th dimension door (at will); 1st detect alignment (at will; good only)
Daemonic Pledge Three ActionsThree Actions (divine, healing, necromancy) Frequency once per day; Effect The agradaemon designates a single willing mortal as a pledged fanatic. That creature gains resistance to fire equal to its level, immunity to the agradaemon's choking smog aura, and smoke vision. The agradaemon can have up to 10 pledged fanatics at one time and can remove the status from any number of pledged fanatics as a free action with the concentrate trait. The status can also be removed with an atone ritual.Proven Devotion Single ActionSingle Action (concentrate, evil, fire) The agradaemon regains 15 Hit Points, and a pledged fanatic of the agradaemon's choice that it can see loses 15 Hit Points (no effects apply that would decrease this Hit Point loss). A pledged creature that dies in this way explodes and deals 9d10 fire damage in a 20-foot emanation (DC 41 basic Reflex save).Rend Single ActionSingle Action claw

Sidebar - Additional Lore Soul Fuel

Whatever heat lay beneath the wastes of Abaddon bled away eons ago. Thereafter, the smiths forging weapons for Szuriel, Horseman of War, turned to mortal souls as fuel for their fires. The flames of these unholy forges can generate profane creatures, and agradaemons are among the worst of these.

All Monsters in "Daemon"

NameLevel
Agradaemon (Conflagration Daemon)19
Astradaemon (Void Daemon)16
Cacodaemon (Harvester Daemon)1
Ceustodaemon (Guardian Daemon)6
Crucidaemon (Torture Daemon)15
Derghodaemon (Ravager Daemon)12
Leukodaemon (Pestilence Daemon)9
Meladaemon (Famine Daemon)11
Olethrodaemon (Apocalypse Daemon)20
Piscodaemon (Venom Daemon)10
Purrodaemon (War Daemon)18
Sordesdaemon (Pollution Daemon)15
Thanadaemon (Death Daemon)13

Daemon

Source Bestiary pg. 70
Denizens of the bleak and terrible plane of Abaddon, daemons are shaped by and devoted to the destruction of life in all its forms. They seek the death of every mortal being by the most painful and horrible means possible, all in service to the apocalyptic entities known as the Four Horsemen. Each kind of daemon represents a different way to die, and their powers are nearly always aimed at spreading that particular form of death. Through the use of these powers, they seek to drag all existence down into a pit of hopelessness and despair, and to commit all souls to oblivion.

While those who summon daemons to the Material Plane usually seek to use the creatures’ destructive and corrupting powers for their own ends, daemons always look for ways to spread fear, doubt, and despair wherever they go. Often, daemons disguise their plots as the workings of other fiends, knowing that such confusion compounds mortals’ fear.

While all fiends seek to tempt mortals into lives of evil to increase their own numbers and power on their native planes, daemons are further driven by a supernatural hunger for mortal souls and use a variety of methods—not least of which is the cacodaemons’ soul gems—to entrap them. On Abaddon and in other forbidding places across the multiverse, souls are simultaneously a delicacy, a trade good, and a source of magical power, and the daemons are among the greatest gluttons, merchants, and abusers of this spiritual “resource.”

Sidebar - Locations Abaddon

Daemons hail from Abaddon, a plane of pure evil for only the most corrupt souls. If Hell is a realm of torture and systematic depravity, Abaddon is its twisted cousin—a place where one can find only misery and despair in ample quantities, with neither the strictures of Hell nor the chaotic freedom of the Abyss. For evildoers who seek simply to inflict their wickedness on others, Abaddon is a rich hunting ground where one can revel in turpitude, though visitors be forewarned: the competition is fierce.

Sidebar - Additional Lore Daemon Harbingers

The four Horsemen are the most powerful of the daemonic demigods, but they are only four of many. Far more daemonic harbingers dwell on Abaddon, each a unique and powerful demigod in their own right that enjoys sweeping influence among daemonkind. Jacarkas the Collector (ruler of the slave city of Awaiting Consumption), Vorasha the Ophidian (consort to the Horseman of Famine), and Zelishkar the Bitter Flame (patron to arsonists and agent of the Horseman of War) are but three of the dozens of harbingers who rule realms in Abaddon.

Sidebar - Additional Lore Daemonic Deacons

Each of the four Horsemen is served by a specific category of servitor daemons known as deacons. Leukodaemons serve as deacons to the Horseman of Pestilence. Meladaemons serve as deacons to the Horseman of Famine, while thanadaemons serve as deacons to the Horseman of Death. Purrodaemons are currently the most powerful of the deacons, and serve the Horseman of War—yet over time, which category of deacon is the most powerful can wax and wane.

Sidebar - Additional Lore Daemonic Divinities

Numerous powerful and unique daemon demigods, known collectively as harbingers, rule over swaths of Abaddon. Above these demigods, though, are entities of even greater power—the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. As the eons go on, the names and identities of specific horsemen change. Currently, they consist of Apollyon (Horseman of Pestilence), Charon (Horseman of Death), Szuriel (Horseman of War), and Trelmarixian (Horseman of Famine). Of these, only Charon has never fallen to an upstart. Some hold that a “Fifth Horseman” once ruled over the other four, while others maintain that the eternally eclipsed sun in the skies above Abaddon is all that remains of this long-dead god.

Sidebar - Related Creatures Other Daemons

As many daemons exist as there are awful ways to die. The bloody sangudaemon personifies death by blood loss, while the skeletal thanadaemon represents death from old age. The most powerful daemons are the olethrodaemons, who represent the massive deaths caused by apocalypses and the end of entire worlds.

Sidebar - Treasure and Rewards Soul Gems as Gear

Daemons often carry soul gems either as trophies or for powering an ability. Cacodaemons are the most common source for soul gems, but they can also be created by spells like bind soul. If a daemon crushes a soul gem to power an ability, the trapped soul is released into the afterlife and can be resurrected normally.

Sidebar - Treasure and Rewards Soul Gems as Treasure

Soul gems are traded in illicit markets, a tradition celestials and psychopomps alike find vile. Soul gems' value varies, but is generally worth an amount relative to the level of a gem's captive soul.

Sidebar - Additional Lore The Daemonic Paradox

Daemons embody a fundamental paradox—while they are incarnations of death and seek to devour all that lives, they are themselves living creatures. Some speak of a glorious end time after which reality will finally be free of the contagion that is life itself. Most daemons give no thought to this paradox.