This works like summon animal , except you summon a common creature that has the fiend trait and whose level is 5 or lower. Fiends are creatures of wickedness that are native to the Lower Planes. If you're worried about mechanics rather than theme, the fact that the familiar is actually a spirit in physical form rather than a real animal just means that if it's "killed" it's not actually dead - it's merely had its physical form destroyed and you can re-summon it. 1 OCG/TCG Fiend-Type support cards 2 Anime Fiend-Type support cards 3 Manga Fiend-Type support cards 4 All Fiend-Type support cards This is a list of Fiend-Type support cards. Level When the fiend drops to 0 hit points or the spell ends, the fiend explodes, and each creature within 10 feet of it must make a Dexterity saving throw against your spell save DC. It's got a +6 bonus to cha saves though, so be careful when summoning this one. Hell Fire. Yup. It manages to get back on the good list with its two attacks, one of which does 26 damage, the other one less so, but it offers a dc 14 poison that not only poisons, but also paralyzes the victim until it succeeds on a save at the end of its turn. This thread is meant as sort of a guide to using them correctly and to the caster's best ability, but (thematically) quoting Doctor Faust: Both demon summoning spells offer the possibility to smear a circle out of the blood you use as the material component, which is as big as the space of the caster. By 6th, your flames are as hot as those of an inferno. For the sake of completion: you can theoretically call forth one of the aforementioned lesser demons. ADVERTISING - PLEASE SUPPORT THIS SITE. Forgotten Realms Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. You conjure a fiend to fight on your behalf. If it helps, this warlock player has an archdevil as his patron. It first appeared in the 3.0 Monster Manual II, and is a very underused There are also Daemons which if I remember correctly are neutral evil. The caster had to be explicit in describing the parameters of the task, as the fiend would always try to interpret the directions in a way to bring harm to the caster. But choosing to make a pact with the Fiend when you create a D&D 5E warlock allows the classâs slightly janky spellcasting to become a lot more versatile. Traditionally, true names grant a large degree of power over fiends and are guarded jealously, but in 5e it appears that true names aren't that useful outside the summon greater demon spell from Xanathar's Guide to Everything. If the caster lost focus, the spell instantly expired and the fiend returned to its plane. A creature takes 2d10 + the spellâs level ire damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a â¦ The targeted fiend was able to ignore the summons. A cr 1 tiny creature you've probably seen at least once in your career as a chainlock's familiar. Nice, but has a small chance to spawn and even with its resistences is doomed to be short-lived. School Part-time DM, part-time player in 5e. You have made a pact with a fiend from the lower planes of existence, a being whose aims are evil, even if you strive against those aims. School There is a lot to be excited about in Tashaâs Cauldron of Everything: new subclasses, DM tools, and a variety of other player options. A few are the servants of deities, but many more labor under the leadership of archdevils and demon princes. Yet another one with higher overall stats than the aformentioned, same resistences and immunities as all demons with additional resistence to nonmagic weapon attacks (if those are still relevant at the level you get access to this), advantage on saves against magic, boni to saves that matter (and a measly +1 to cha saves, so it won't break free that easily), and a permanent poisoning cloud in a radius of 10ft around it, dc 14 con or you're poisoned if you start your turn in it. Such beings desire the corruption or destruction of all things, ultimately including you. There are class features that allow you to influence saves of opponents, like the diviniation wizard's portent or... hm. The caster could summon any baatezu, tanar'ri, or yugoloth, as well as fiend-like creatures such as barghests. That entity sends a celestial, an elemental, or a fiend loyal to it to help you with your task, making the creature appear in an unoccupied space within range. and the Shoosuva (CR 8), form the Volo's. Special Traits. This did not mean that every single creature from the Lower planes was a fiend. The root of their design comes from the painting The Great Red Dragon by William Blake. The bad thing is simply that most of them either need concentration, are an action or have a too long casting time - but such is life, dealing with demons isn�t meant to be easy! Evil priests and mages sometimes summon fiends to the material world to do their bidding. Another cr 1/4 demon, medium in size and usefulness for their price. Magic Circle isn't a good substite with its long cast time. Greater Effects. You call forth a fiendish spirit. Conjuration Ok, most strength fighters have high con, but a bad roll can happen to anyone, and the Babau can repeat it for free each round. This class is a spellcaster class with a focus on support spells; summon monsters and then command them and make them stronger as you gain new levels and new summons. The caster had to maintain constant concentration to control the summoned fiend. If the ritual leader dies before dismissing the fiend, the fiend does not return to the place from where it was summoned and becomes hostile toward the ritual leaderâs allies (and the ritual leader if returned to life). Again, a straight update statwise, coming in with an ac of 17, a big load of hp, same old damage resistences and immunities as all of the bunch plus resistence to nonmagical weapon damage, same old advantage on magic saves... but now it gets interesting: at-will darkness, detect magic and dispel magic. They could also be assigned tasks to perform by the caster. For a large red ape he's also surprisingly sneaky, and i can see him grapple just fine as well. 5th Edition Statistics Medium yellow tentacle slime serving Lolth. Blink dogs are fae creatures and so would make good mounts for woodland creatures, tying in with the Oath of the Ancients. A cr 1/8 small smelly disappointment that lorewise serve little more purpose than being a snack for stronger demons. You choose one of the following options for what appears: Eight lemures, two imps, or one spined devil.A fiend summoned by this spell disappears when it drops to 0 hit points or the spell ends. Are there any fiends in Xanathar's Guide to Everything? A medium cr 4 near incorporeal badass. You choose the demonâs type, which must be one of challenge rating 5 or lower, such as a shadow demon or a barlgura. However, in Monster Manual III - V, Fiend Folio , the Fiendish Codexes , and some other scattered sources there are a number of monsters noted specifically as being summonable with Summon Monster. It manifests in an unoccupied space that you can see within range. Check out the updated version of ancient red dragon 5e monster now. A large... goat... lobster... demon... thing. Summon Fiend. Its damage is respectable at low levels, and its rampage feature makes it a nightmare for low-hp hordes - upon killing anything, it can move half its speed and attack again (and again, and again, and again...). Ooh boy, it's a large hell mosquito with mean features. The targeted fiend was able to ignore the summons. (Your DM might allow Other Animals to be summoned as steeds.) Fey, fiend and celestial are the three types of spirits. Devilâs Sight.Magical darkness doesnât impede the impâs darkvision. , A caster could protect themselves by casting a protection from evil spell beforehand or igniting a special candle that was crafted from rare materials. It summoned a fiend to the Prime Material Plane to the caster, who had some control over it. This guide starts out by talking in depth about the best summons for each level, Cr 8 demon hyena/scorpion with anger issues. It sports an ac of 15, the same damage resistences and immunities as the rest plus resistence to nonmagic weapon attacks, and it has the good old advantage on magic saves. Summon a variety of deadly and dangerous creatures as a powerful summoner. Uhm, I'm fairly certain that the Vargouilles aren't Demons, despite being chaotic evil. Wiki Le Monde des Royaumes OubliÃ©s (French), https://forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki/Summon_fiend?oldid=609059. 1 Medium Fiends 2 Large Fiends 3 Tiny Demon Fiends 4 Small Demon Fiends 5 Medium Demon Fiends 6 Large Demon Fiends 7 Huge Demon Fiends 8 Tiny Devil Fiend 9 Small Devil Fiend 10 Medium Devil Fiend 11 Large Devil Fiend Neutral Evil Night Hag - Page 178 Succubus/Incubus - Page 285 Arcanaloth - Page 313 Mezzoloth - Page 313 Ultroloth - Page 314 Lawful Evil Hell Hound - Page 182 Rakshasa - â¦ Fiendish power is a taint upon the realms, and so its power corrupts those who are strong in its power. Choose a plane of influence and summon monsters of greater good, or dark and evil intent. Only baatezu, gehreleths, hordelings, tanar'ri, and yugoloths were actual fiends in the narrow sense. Also a creature which touches this 5e balor or hits it with the melee attack while within the 5 feet of it will take 10 (3d6) fire damage. Medium means it's one of the few candidates to be summoned inside the blood circle, for more explanation look at the lesser demons section. You beseech an otherworldly entity for aid. Furthermore it can pass through creatures and objects, can hide as a bonus action in darkness or dim light, and its attack does bonus damage if it's got advantage - think of it as a summonable rogue. That entity sends a celestial, an elemental, or a fiend loyal to it to aid you, making the creature appear in an unoccupied space within range. A cr 1 demon consisting of 90% mouth and terror with 13 ac, more than 4 times the hp of a quasit, the usual demonic resistences and a mind too small to be charmed or frightened. This is great info to have. Three mediocre attacks (15 and 2x11) per turn, but with a high strength, this guy could perform well as a grappler. The being must be known to you - a god, a primordial, a demon prince, or some other being of cosmic power. Dungeons & Dragons 5e Spell. Level 6 â¢ Conjuration Casting Time: 1 action Range: 90 ft Components: V, S, M Duration: Concentration , up to 1 hour. Using this complex ritual you can summon a fiend with a challenge rating higher than 10 up to 20. The familiar you get isnât a cat. The more sophisticated fiends are usually old and powerful, and even the simple ones have a well of power within them by creation right. What sounds like a drunk baby is actually a cr 4 medium demon unicorn man with a (for its level) good ac of 16, resistences like his demon buddies plus to nonmagical weapon damage, boni to perception and stealth, some nice at-will magic ( darkness, dispel magic, fear, heat metal, levitate), does two attacks per round for surprisingly up to 30 average damage per round, and additionally to its attacks it can use an innate feature to your strength-using opponents: disadvantage on any strength weapon attacks for an entire minute on a failed con save with dc 13. A large stinking spiked frog on steroids. Fiend, neutral evil, coming from the abyss? 1 Fiends with Style 1.1 Fiendish Taint: Assuming the Face of Evil 1.2 The Feats 1.3 Fiendish Spheres This section contains new feats and spheres as well as an optional rule to make people assuming the mantle of fiendish power seem a little more... fiendish. First of all, an expanded spell list gives Fiend warlocks powerful spells like Burning Hands, Scorching Ray and Fireball. You summon lawful fiend creatures that appear in unoccupied spaces that you can see within range. You can even change animal each time you cast the spell. A large demon bird with even better defenses, e.g. The Fiend. It is a spirit, in the form of an animal. A cr 1 tiny human head with bat wings for ears - i'm not kidding, Volo's guide tells you about them, "Can i touch myself before talking to that guy?". Invisibility/Greater Invisibility. Also Tanarruk (CR 5) and Draegloth (CR 7), also from Volo's. more hp, additional damage resistences, the same advantage on magic saving throws... being a bird it's obviously got a fly speed of 60ft too, and its other features are nifty too: a 1/day stunning screech which... well, stuns everyone within reach that fails a con save, and a recharging poison spore attack that can poison any creature that fails a con save AND does additional damage per round (you know, how poisons work in every game except D&D). A large cr 5 demon ape - what's not to love? But wait, there's more: any non-demon starting their turn within 30ft of it has to pass a dc 12 con check, otherwise it falls unconcious from the Chasme's buzzing. You summon a spirit that assumes the form of an unusually intelligent, strong, and loyal steed, creating a long-lasting bond with it. listed as being summonable using Summon Monster. ... Summon Demon (1/Day): ... fiend (demon) WIS. 16. They still have the advantage on magic saves. Sounds like a demon to me, even if not properly registered. Fiend's Bond. To summon one of these creatures you must expend the number of stated points under the Summoning Costs chart. Usage of this site, including but not limited to making or editing a post or private message or the creation of an account, constitutes acceptance of the Forum Rules. The caster could summon any baatezu, tanar'ri, or yugoloth, as well as fiend-like creatures such as barghests. You can't summon a creature unless its alignment is one of your deity's preferred alignments (or, if you don't have a deity, is within one step of your alignment). It's not entirely demonic, making it one of the few exceptions from the typical resistences - Tanarukks have resistence to fire and poison, but no immunities. Instead it pops out at-will darkness and 1/day confusion, dancing lights and faerie fire, but its three rather accurate attacks per round, each dealing 16 damage, are nothing to sneeze at either. Level Shame its attacks do mediocre damage for the level it comes into play... Just be careful, this one has a +2 to its cha saves. Wizard 8, Summon fiend was a rare spell used by evil wizards. That makes the average damage of this guy and the Hazrou comparable, but the Shoosuva has the nasty poison as a free bonus on top. If poison wasn't as commonly resisted it'd be better, but on average it's still not too bad. In general, every member of this archetype appear as armored demonic dragons with curling horns and spikes all throughout the body. , This spell was incredibly dangerous and a caster used it at their own risk. Both have kinds of hierarchy structures, but that comes into â¦ This medium cr 5 abomination with an ac of 14 and a whopping 95hp - more than the Barlgura of the same cr. Lower ac and hp than the Hezrou, but the same resistences including nonmagic weapon attacks, can't be charmed or frightened but has no other advantages against magic like most high-level demons. Xanathar's does not contain any new monsters, fiends or not. To paraphrase a wise man: "you don't get in bed with the Devil without getting ****ed.". Being able to effectively choose from two different useful summons isn't great, but by upcasting, you can get the following: 5-6 = Eight demons of challenge rating 1/4 or lower = Manes, Dretches. This nightmare is immune to the stuff other demons are resistent to, has a bunch of other resistences (for example nonmagical weapon attacks), come to think of it - except radiant damage, which it is vulnerable to, it is immune or resistent to about everything, even most conditions like restrained, petrified, grappled etc. The demon appears in an unoccupied space you can see within range, and the demon disappears when it drops to 0 hit points or when the spell ends. In the broader sense, every outsider with evil as part of its being was a fiend.The life expectancy of a fiend was not known. Definitely dangerous, but not as durable as it should be on this level. If an evil celestial is a rarity, a good fiend is almost inconceivable. check out the. Shame on you, Volo! What happens when you cross a demon with an orc? A fiend was a creature from the Lower planes. Specifics: Starting at fifth level, a blackguard may summon a succubus. "Oh no, I'm bleeding out of my eyes...it's only now that I see that the delivery fee isn't a substitute for tipping your pizza guy!". A few spells mention using spirits, specifically fey, fiend or celestial spirits, usually regarding summoning them to take the form of another creature. Medium means it's one of the few candidates to be summoned inside the blood circle, for more explanation look at the lesser demons section. Adding to that it can transform into a female drow or a giant spider, keeping its stats though, or into a medium cloud of toxic fog that can both poison and incapacitate an opponent. Aaaand, if that's not enough for you: its attack does 40 damage on average, and part of it is necrotic damage that cannot be healed (max hp gets reduced by its amount). If the fiend had a greater intelligence than the caster, it could force the caster to perform a task for them at a later date, or simply capture the caster and drag them back to their home plane to become a slave or a meal. Is this a good OJEBUWIP WHAT IN THE NINE ABYSSES, or a bad OJFBUEWIP WHAT IN THE NINE ABYSSES? Arguably the best option for this spell, too bad you can't choose to just summon two of them and be done with it. A -1 cha modifier makes it easy to control. , The summoned fiend could be used in combat against the caster's opponents, using their spells and magical abilities. Definitely a nice contestant, but it also has a +1 charisma, so be warned. I aim to be reasonable.
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