Demonic Compendium - Primordial

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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: Neutral Law
Tiers: Common - Supreme
Nature spirits or deities of the earth. As solid as their domain would imply, Primordials tend to either have incredibly tough defenses or the ability to heal, weaknesses aside.
Kodama.jpg Kodama
Tier: Common
Resist: Force
Weak: Fire
Affinity: Force
Start: Dia
A spirit from Japanese folklore, which is believed to live in certain trees. Cutting down a tree which houses a kodama is thought to bring misfortune, and such trees are often marked with shimenawa rope.
HuaPo.jpg Hua Po
Tier: Common
Immune: Fire
Weak: Ice
Affinity: Fire, Healing
A tree spirit of Chinese folklore who dwells in trees used for hangings. She is smaller than a human and cannot speak, but her voice is said to be as clear as a bird's song.
Knocker.jpg Knocker
Tier: Common
Resist: Ailments
Weak: Force
Affinity: Healing
The Welsh and Cornish equivalent of Irish leprechauns and English and Scottish brownies. About two feet tall and grizzled, but not misshapen, they live beneath the ground. Here they wear tiny versions of standard miner's garb and commit random mischief, such as stealing miners' unattended tools and food.
Sudama.jpg Sudama
Tier: Common
Immune: Force
Weak: Fire
Affinity: Force, Mind
Start: Makakaja
Earth spirit in Japanese mythology. They are born from ancient trees and boulders. They are not evil, but will transform into humans or monsters to warn people not to infiltrate their mountains.
Bucca-Boo.jpg Bucca-Boo
Tier: Grand
Immune: Ice
Weak: Force
Affinity: Ice
Originally the name of a Cornish fertility deity who was transformed by the post-pagan people into a nature spirit. In their later form they appeared as a kind of goblin that was associated with the wind blowing in from the southwest. It was believed that their voices carried the wind and sailors would refer to it as "Bucca calling".
Dwarf.jpg Dwarf
Tier: Grand
Immune: Lightning
Weak: Mind
Affinity: Physical
A creature from Germanic mythologies and fairy tales. It usually has magical talents, often involving metallurgy.
Tsuchigumo.jpg Tsuchigumo
Tier: Grand
Resist: Lightning, Physical
Weak: Expel
Affinity: Ailments
A race of people from ancient Japan that lived around Mt. Katsuragi and were said to have rebelled against the Empire. After being driven back deeper into the mountains by the Imperial Army, the Tsuchigumo were called bandits and thieves. Eventuality stories of them were embellished so much as to call them huge spider people that lived deep underground in caves, and could take human form.
Ubelluris.jpg Ubelluris
Tier: Grand
Immune: Physical, Force
Weak: Ailments
Affinity: Physical, Support
A strong and tall mountain god that carried the western edge of the sky on his shoulders. The most notable appearance of him within legend is when the Irsirra deities (Maidens of Heaven) placed the stone giant Ulikummis on his right shoulder so that he could grow tall and strong. Ulkummis grew so big that he touched the heavens, but Ubelluris was so strong that he didn't even notice his presence until it was pointed out by the god Ea.
Gogmagog.jpg Gogmagog
Tier: Exalted
Drain: Physical, Ice
Weak: Fire
Affinity: Force
Gog and Magog were two giants and said to be the protectors of London. Their likenesses are still used in The Lord Manor Show in England.
Hecatonchires.jpg Hecatonchires
Tier: Exalted
Immune: Death
Resist: Physical
Weak: Curse
Affinity: Physical
Hideous creatures that were the children of Gaia and Uranus and thus among the first beings to exist in creation. Their name literally means "hundred-handed" and they were depicted as gargantuan figures with a hundred hands, fifty heads, and incredible strength that was superior to even that of the Titans.
Albion.jpg Albion
Tier: Exalted
Drain: Physical
Immune: Expel
Affinity: Physical
The primeval giant whose death and division results in the creation of the four Zoas: Tharmas, Luvah, Urizen, and Urthona. His name is also that of the British Isles in antiquity.
Noah.jpg Noah
Tier: Exalted
Reflect: Physical
Immune: Destroy, Ailments
Resist: Almighty
Start: Beast Eye, Dominion, Prominence, Absolute Zero, Tornado, Bolt Storm
A drifting god that has forgotten its own name. It was given the name Noah as a reference to the Biblical flood, and is the god of absolute solitude.
Brahma.jpg Brahma
Tier: Supreme
Immune: Destroy, Ailments
Start: Dragon Eye, Pralaya, Focus, Megidolaon, Dekaja, Dekunda
One of the three principal deities of the Trimurti (Hindu Triad) along with Vishnu the Preserver and Shiva the Destroyer. He is often considered to be the physical personification of Brahman and was born from a lotus flower that bloomed from the navel of Vishnu.
Yggdrasil.jpg Yggdrasil
Tier: Supreme
Drain: Destroy
Immune: Expel, Death, Ailments
Resist: Magic
Start: Dragon Eye, Call God, Megidolaon, Debilitate, Dekaja, Dekunda
A gigantic ash tree, thought to connect all the nine worlds of Norse cosmology. Ásgard, Álfheimr and Vanaheim rested on the branches of Yggdrasil. The trunk was the world-axis piercing through the center of Miðgarðr, around which Jötunheimr was situated, and below which lay Nidavellir or Svartálfheim. The three roots stretched down to Hel, Niflheim, and Muspelheim.

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