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Spazmo

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jedd, that may be so in The Book of Vile Darkness, but in the World of Greyhawk--the one used by the Living Greyhawk campaign the RPGA is running--Demogorgon has a bunch of demon knights running around doing nauhgty things for him sporting a corrupted Orb of Sol.
 

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Yeah. They were a bunch of paladins who were serving various goodly gods and got corrupted by Demogorgon.
 

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Spazmo said:
jedd, that may be so in The Book of Vile Darkness, but in the World of Greyhawk--the one used by the Living Greyhawk campaign the RPGA is running--Demogorgon has a bunch of demon knights running around doing nauhgty things for him sporting a corrupted Orb of Sol.

The book of Vile Darkness is rather new and aren't the official DnD books based on the Greyhawk world? So it might have changed. I remember when Tiamat was guarding one of the nine hells, those were the days.

As far as Demogorgon vs. Asmodeous, its not even close. I think he only chance DGorgon would have is if the fight was in the abyss. Anyhow Asmodeous is so friggin smart and cunning, that he would never allow himself to be disadvantaged. Ruby rod pwnz all!
 

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They are based on Grayhawk, but are also meant to be fairly universal in terms of setting. And I agree with Snails, the mariliths etc. are bodyguards, the demon knights are servants/lieutenants.
 
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I think since Asmodeus is not far off deity status he would probably win hands down.

Changing the subject, has anyone played the return to the temple of elemental evil (3rd ed)?

A group of us just finished and barely won the final battle, we lucked out hugely & also missed an encounter which would have anhilated the party.
 
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I think since Asmodeus is not far off deity status he would probably win hands down.

Changing the subject, has anyone played the return to the temple of elemental evil (3rd ed)?

A group of us just finished and barely won the final battle, we lucked out hugely & also missed an encounter which would have anhilated the party.
 

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Never played that, nor will I as my group plays in French (bite me, axelgreese), and I a) don't want to shell out heaps of extra cash for the French version or b) translate the English one. I may play through it if I can ever hook up with an English group.
 

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