Green Demons Of The Fevered Dream

When the mighty sorcerer Krug Jas cast Prince Asaam and King Riaz into the realm of the Fevered Dream, he trapped them in eternal battle against the Green Demons who live there.

Though 1,000 years passed in Kaalmuria, time all but stood still for the warriors who fought beneath the Golden Eagle banner of Kharnum Dhrynn. There they remained, fighting a ceaseless horde of demons who all-but-completely resembled their original foes, the army of their nation’s chief rival, the Emirate of Bateer Falim.

Bereft of its leaders and army, Kharnum Dhrynn fell before the might of its enemies (as they themselves would later fall when Krug Dras had squeezed them dry for his own benefit), leaving little but legend of the once proud nation in its wake.

Today all that remains of Kharnum Dhrynn are three strange onion-domed towers hidden in a canyon deep within the Great Western Desert. There, atop her decaying throne, sits the ancient, undying body of Queen Svetla, who works slowly at the embroidery she holds in her dry, brittle hands as she awaits the return of her husband and son from their campaign against the minions of Krug Jas.

The Green Demons appear as human soldiers armed with swords, axes, or whatever one-handed melee weapons are used by the foes they mimic. Except for a slight greenish cast to their skin and a wolf-like lengthening of their canine teeth, the Green Demons are indiscernable from those they are meant to resemble.

The Green Demons are classified as rabble.

Strength 2
Agility 0
Mind 0
Appeal -2

Combat Abilities
Brawl 0
Melee 2
Ranged 0
Defense 0

Soldier 2

Lifeblood 3

Protection: 1d3 (light armor & shield)
Weapons: Swords, Axes, or other 1-handed weapons, 1d6

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0 thoughts on “Green Demons Of The Fevered Dream

  1. Ty


    I’ve been reading your blog for a couple weeks now after searching madly for some BoL resources. I’ve just got to say; WOW! keep up the great work.
    I’ve nicked a few of your demons for my own BoL campaign.
    Loving the blog and keep up the amazing work

    1. the venomous pao

      Thank you for the kind words, Ty! I’m very glad you’ve enjoyed the blog so far. I think now that life looks likes it’s calming down a bit I can get back to more regular posting (fingers crossed!). So I’ll keep writing if you’ll keep reading, amigo!

      I presume you’ve already stumbled across the BoL forum (where lots of folks – including my friend/nemesis “bat” – are doing some very cool things), but just in case you haven’t, check it out.