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Demons is an RPG supplement produced by Mayfair Games for the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd Edition Role-Playing game.
The book was published in 1992 and was the first of many books to add more detail on demons in the AD&D 2nd Edition game which at that point in time had removed Demons from the game.
The book does feature Succubi, but for some reason they look more like mermaids than the traditional succubus.
- RARITY: Very uncommon
- NUMBER APPEARING: I
- WANDER CHANCE: 10%
- INTELLIGENCE: Average of 16
- ALIGNMENT: Chaotic evil
- HTK DICE: 8
- THACO: 13
- ARMOR CLASS: 2
- NO. OF ATTACKS: 3 (talon/talon/bite)
- DAMAGE: 1-6 (talon)/1-10(bite)
- SPECIAL ATT.: Magic drain
- SPECIAL DEF.: +1 or better weapon to hit
- MOVEMENT: 12" land/20" air
- MAGIC TOLERANCE: None
- SIZE: m
- XP AWARD: 3,000
Although succubi try to avoid combat whenever possible, they can use their razor sharp talons and fangs to defend themselves.
Succubi were created by Decarabria, Lord of Emptiness, to tempt mortal magic-users susceptible to the sin of lust. Male succubi are known as incubi.
Succubi appear to their victims each night in the form of an alluring woman (incubi appear as men). If the victim fails to save vs. magic, he or she succumbs to the beast's charms and loses the ability to cast 1-10 total spell Skill levels during the next day (the exact spell levels lost are at the magic-user's discretion). Once the succubus has drained a total of 50 spell levels in this fashion, the victim has succumbed to the sin of lust and submitted to Decarabria. If a victim either submits or successfully resists the succubus on three consecutive nights, the beast moves on to a new victim. Particularly potent succubi can appear to a victim in the victim's dreams and needn't appear physically at all.
Succubi are sly and vicious. They will use any means at their disposal to force a target to submit.
The succubi here are a bit more powerful than the 1st Edition AD&D succubus which they were modeled after.