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Erinys (Fury Devil)

Erinys Creature8

LE Medium Devil Fiend

Senses Perception +18; greater darkvision, true seeing

Languages Celestial, Common, Draconic, Infernal; telepathy 100 feet

Skills Acrobatics +17, Crafting +14, Deception +19, Diplomacy +15, Intimidation +19, Religion +16, Stealth +17

Str +5, Dex +5, Con +5, Int +2, Wis +4, Cha +5

Items breastplate, +1 Striking composite longbow (60 arrows), longsword, 100 feet of erinys-hair rope

AC 27; Fort +17, Ref +19, Will +16; +1 status to all saves vs. magic

HP 120; Immunities fire; Weaknesses good 5; Resistances physical 5 (except silver), poison 10

Speed 25 feet, fly 40 feet

Melee [one-action] flaming longsword +19 (evil, fire, magical, versatile P), Damage 1d8+8 slashing plus 1d6 evil and 1d6 fire

Ranged [one-action] flaming composite longbow +20 (deadly 1d10, evil, fire, magical, range increment 100 feet, reload 0, volley 30 feet), Damage 2d8+4 piercing plus 1d6 evil and 1d6 fire

Ranged [one-action] rope +19 (magical, range increment 30 feet), Effect rope snare

Divine Innate Spells DC 26

5th dimension door; 4th dimension door (at will), divine wrath, retributive pain; 3rd fear (at will); 2nd illusory object, illusory disguise (at will); Constant (6th) true seeing

Rituals DC 26; infernal pact

Flames of Fury Any weapon an erinys holds gains the effects of a flaming Rune while they hold it.

Furious Fusillade [three-actions] The erinys hovers in place if they are flying and fires one arrow at any number of creatures in a 30?foot cone. Each attack is rolled separately. This counts as one attack for the purpose of the erinys’s multiple attack penalty.

Rope Snare An erinys carries a coil of rope woven of their hair (use the statistics for rope) that animates in their hands. When a creature is hit by the erinys’s rope, a segment of the rope tears loose and wraps itself around the creature, imposing a 10-foot circumstance penalty to Speed. The piece that tears off is 10 feet long for a Medium or smaller creature, and doubles in length for each size larger than Medium. When a creature Escapes the effect (DC 26), the detached segment of rope withers away into useless black sludge.


Erinyes exact vengeance and bloody justice for a creature’s crimes, torturing and punishing their victims in ironic fashion before allowing them the escape of death. While an erinys appears as a fallen angel and the first erinyes shared that origin, erinyes now originate in myriad ways, some promoted from lesser devils and others shaped from lemures themselves forged from the souls of torturers and persecutors. The erinyes’ origin is entwined with a fallen angel and one of Hell’s most powerful demigods. The first erinyes were all considered to be her metaphorical daughters, but erinyes formed since that time are no longer limited to a single gender.

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