God Of Sin, Supreme Master of the Nine Hells


Asmodeus was depicted as the strongest, most cunning, and most beautiful of all devils. He was typically described as appearing as a human, 13 feet tall, he has lustrous dark skin and black hair, handsome and dangerous, his crimson eyes shown with infernal power, a pair of small sharp horns crowned his forehead. He dressed in regal finery of red and black robes studded with black diamonds and fiery rubies, which were of unimaginable expense.Beneath his clothing, Asmodeus body was covered in bloody wounds which he sustained when he fell from heaven. His wounds oozed blood daily, and the drops of his blood which touched the ground grew into powerful devils and demons.

Asmodeus was never seen without his Ruby Rod of Asmodeus, seemingly made of a single carved ruby that shone with the power of Hell, that served as a badge of office as well as having several powerful offensive and defensive powers. The Rod allowed Asmodeus to attack with elemental forces, force his enemies to cower in fear, or cover himself with a field which healed and protected him.


Though Asmodeus’s faith is by far the largest of the diabolic cults, few of Asmodeus’ followers are known by name. Most of Asmodeus’s worshipers are based in the towns and cities of humans and demi-humans, though Asmodeus has some monstrous followers as well. His cultists use his faith as a stepping stone to wealth and power. They form secret alliances, using their wealth and connections to bring status and power to other members of the society.
Alignment: Lawful Evil


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