Demonic Compendium - Haunt

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Demon Alignment
Light-Law Light-Neutral Light-Chaos
Neutral-Law Neutral Neutral-Chaos
Dark-Law Dark-Neutral Dark-Chaos
Unique/Unfusable/Unrecruitable (Black)

Affinity The demon can start with up to three skills of its affinity's type.
Ailments A blanket term for mind, nerve, and curse skills.
Destroy A blanket term for skills that strike the target or targets dead instantly.
Drain The demon is healed by skills of this type.
Immune The demon cannot be affected by skills of this type.
Magic A blanket term for fire, ice, force, and lightning skills.
Reflect The demon reflects skills of this type back to the caster.
Resist Skills of this type are less effective against the demon.
Start The demon automatically starts with this skill.
Tier The demon's starting tier.
Weak Skills of this type are more effective against the demon.

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Alignment: Dark Chaos
Tiers: Common - Grand
Ghosts or demons that feed on human fear. While physically weak and usually quite frail, their single-minded malevolence makes them difficult targets for negotiation, and their ability with magic is not to be underestimated.
WilloWisp.jpg Will O' Wisp
Tier: Common
Immune: Death
Resist: Dialogue
Weak: Physical, Magic, Expel
Start: Pulinpa
Malevolent spirits of the dead. They have a mischievous and often malicious nature, luring unwary travelers into dangerous situations.
GakiIcon.jpg Gaki
Tier: Common
Resist: Dialogue
Weak: Physical
Start: Drain Attack
A supernatural being from Japanese folklore, said to be born of the spirits of greedy or jealous people who have been cursed with an insatiable hunger. Its name literally meaning "hungry ghost", they are depicted as having bulging stomachs with small mouths or throats, making it even more difficult for them to feed. In Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain folklore, they are called Preta.
Poltergeist.jpg Poltergeist
Tier: Common
Resist: Physical, Dialogue
Weak: Expel
Affinity: Death
A spiritual being that interacts with the living by moving and influencing inanimate objects. Stories featuring poltergeists typically focus heavily on raps, thumps, knocks, footsteps, and bed-shaking, all without a discernible point of origin or physical reason for the occurrence.
Ghoul.jpg Ghoul
Tier: Common
Resist: Dialogue
Weak: Fire
Affinity: Death
Start: Feral Bite
A creature from Arabian folklore that resides in graveyards and other desolate places associated with death. It feeds upon human flesh, both living and dead, robbing graves or hunting young children.
Choronzon.jpg Choronzon
Tier: Grand
Immune: Death
Resist: Physical, Fire, Dialogue
Weak: Ice, Expel
Affinity: Curse
Start: Charm Needles
A demon that the magician Aleister Crowley supposedly tried to summon, but ended up possessing him. It is said to be the last obstacle before the enlightenment of the soul in the Theleman beliefs.
Yakka.jpg Yakka
Tier: Grand
Immune: Ailments
Resist: Dialogue
Weak: Ice, Fire
Affinity: Nerve, Curse
A Sri Lankan demon of sickness that has the power to afflict people with disease or insanity just by gazing at them. It can take on many different forms, but its true form is that of a small and very ugly demon.
Pisaca.jpg Pisaca
Tier: Grand
Reflect: Death
Immune: Mind
Resist: Dialogue
Weak: Expel
Affinity: Ailments
Start: Life Drain, Mana Drain
Demons from Indian mythology that haunt areas associated with death. In this way they are also sometimes said to be the spirits of people that have met particularly violent ends. They have the ability to become invisible or assume different forms, and will sometimes possess human beings by entering their body through the mouth. A human that has been possessed by a pisaca will fall sick, showing many mental abnormalities that can eventually lead to insanity.
Legion.jpg Legion
Tier: Grand
Reflect: Physical
Immune: Death
Resist: Lightning, Dialogue
Weak: Expel, Force, Ice
Affinity: Death, Mind
The spirit who said, "For we are many," in ancient scriptures. The name comes from the Roman military term for an army unit of 3,000 to 6,000 men.

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