D'ah shit! It's been a while since I've properly updated this thrad. >~>' Well... Happy Halloween to anyone celebrating it this night. I got zip this year, but whatever. So, here's part 4 to my series "Denizens of Hell".
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Here's the information on all five demons, too.Auger
: This demon was created during Faust's reign, which their duty typically consisted of tunneling underpasses and shortcuts throughout the mazes of the Underworld. Naturally, this demon were solely meant for construction work, though, with the uprise of a certain mortal boy, Faust had these tunneling beasts suited for more combat oriented perks. The Auger was soon affixed with stones and minerals found within the black sands of Hell, encasing its tender anatomy underneath titanium-like membrane of hard rock and earth. Some of these forcibly implanted crystals can still be seen through the demon's skin, showing the desperation to transform these workers into warriors. Luckily, that is to Faust's luck, the Auger's mandible specialized in impalement and disembowelment. Their twisted mouths are to rip outwards, expelling an elongated spike from their throat, where their blackish, barbed tongue wraps around it, having act as an auger. Thusly giving their name. Augers are very agile, using their shard-like fanned spikes to direct the force of their thrust attacks. Though, their speed can be rendered clumsy from their oddly shapen fingertips. After all, these demons were meant for tunneling, and with hands more suited toward gripping ledges and steep slopes encountered through their construction work, having them for combat can be quite awkward. Regardless, the Auger manages and still proves to be a formidable opponent whenever fought singularly or in groups. In past battles, they have prided themselves over in sneak attacking through tunneling below their foes and gruesomely impaling them upon surfacing.Siamese
: This demon was preferably created through Satan's reign, despite some speculations determining it was manifested through direly sinful damned being fused together by the dark karma found within Hell. Regardless of either originations, the Siamese is thought to be among the most peculiar demons found in both Hell and the Mortal Realm. A story has garnered from their existence which told of two demons who constantly squabbled over who was born first from the hellfires. So, in order to bring about a quick resolution, Satan had both demons fused together, proclaiming they were born as a whole. Presently, the Siamese are a locked away demon, in which they are hardly used through the skirmishes that erupt between Lucifer Stephenson and the demons. They have, through the Crusades' times, been used against Crusaders in attempts to ruin the overwhelming Christian faith expressed through the 10th and 12th century. Though, even with successful Christian mortalities, the Siamese proved far too unpredictable for proper handling. The Siamese held in its adaptations to have independent thinking, a trait highly dangerous toward the concrete hierarchy established by both Satan's and Faust's reign; even with their opposite views upon them. How this came to be was from having one side of the demon acting as the mindless thrall, while the other half had the opportunity to accumulate its own personality and mindset. Acts of cunningness and trickery have been seen in their behavior, which is bestly exhibited in one half preferring to attack with its claws while another attempts to overrule this with its hooked talon. These constant rivalries usually result in calamitous assaults on either its targeted foe or neighboring others. Several demons can be butchered to shreds in not careful to stray from many of the deadly twirls and decapitating swings the Siamese typically performs. Even the devils act weary whenever accompanied by these double-sided demons. There have been attempts to extinguish this sense of self-thinking, though, all plans have ended in drastic failure or even an immunity to them. Many feel this demon is the beacon to the day that the demons overcome their slave based roles and revolt against the hierarchy of the Hells. Perhaps even a revolt that the Archdevil himself could not resolve.Phosphor
: This demon was created during Faust's reign, considerably from the enthusiasm toward chemistry by the devil who made him. The Phosphor is build up of chemical reactions exhibited in the Lake of Fire and the River Styx that encircles the Hells. Phosphors have the capability to absorb the oxygen surrounding it or from nearby sources, and chemically transform this into an electrical source. Though, the electricity that emits afterward is not of the earthly sense, though, of a supernatural material that exhibits a wild sensation of blistering heat and severe combustion found in the nervous system. The demon's body lacks moveable legs do to its additional ability to stay afloat from the surging flow of radiation exhuming from its chakram-like appendages. These circular formations allow the Phosphor to transfer the electrical flow to the outer ends of its body, giving it both a source of propulsion and a shield to barrier itself from incoming attacks. Nearly all of the demon's attacks are range based, giving it a keen eye to singling out a weak point found on their foe's body. The spheres of electricity that circulate through the chakram-like appendages are typically the best spot to disrupt. Any scathe brought upon them can result in hazardous, electrical explosions, having the demon fall to a vegetable state, upon having its nervous system completely destroyed by its own power. Another weak point is its eyes, as it shares many demon's disability to have immense anguish upon having them stabbed through. Though, in situations where these demons are mortally wounded, they shall enact a kamikaze tact and have its entire body expand into a chakram of its own energy and roll after its death dealer. It is through this drastic action the demon is corroding itself until both its body and chemical make-up is nothing more than ash and soot – the two minerals that crafted a majority of the Hells. Unfortunately, to the young Tamer who has encountered them, the Phosphor is a preferentially used demon for its outstanding marksmanship and unrelenting malice.Cyst
: A demon created during Satan's reign, the Demon Cyst is the veteran variation of the Demon Bile the Tamer Lucifer has come to detest. The Cyst are actually far more approachable than the Bile, as it does not use exterior aliments to enfeeble its victims. Instead, the Cyst infect their targets with a viral infestation of internal cancers, having their bodies bloat out from severe build-ups of tumors and eventually having them suffocate from their lungs clasping upon the encumbering girth of their internal infections. These demons do possess a formidable prowess though, so one should never combat them with a presumptuous attitude. The Cyst's fleshy sacs are armed with small sprouts of blackbone; the hardest material found inside a demon or devil, and can deliver staggering damage toward any who are stabbed by them. In fact, a primary of the Cyst's deadly viruses are transmitted through the act of using its blackbone roots as makeshift syringes, and expelling their cancerous infection into the fresh wounds they inflict on contact. The Cyst lack eyeballs atop its head, as the sloshes of its saggy flesh cover up a majority of its actual body. As a substitute to allow it sight, a sarcoma is rippled from its stomach, enabling a bulbous, demonic eye to peer through the self-inflicted wound. Their movement is surprisingly fast and frighteningly accurate. The Demon Cyst will not hesitate to charge toward its targeted foe, despite its encumberment of excess and hefty flesh. Their blackbone shells that provide the entirety of their hanging bodily sloshes are also used as the only defense toward attacks that necessarily cause grave afflictions. The Cyst could be compared to the Mollusca family found in mortal species, as its vital organs and only home is sought by its blackbone shells. Typically, they are hardly seen in their presented appearance, as they sink their entire body into their shells and only their spherical sacs are used to provide mobility.Optic
: A demon created during Faust's reign, the devil Old Man Jack created these demons for his own sadistic pleasures. The Demon Optic act as diabolical illusionists, who use their hulking size to overwhelm their victims physically, and viciously drug them with visual hallucinations seen through the enormous, round mirrors replacing their faces. Normally, you are faced with an undefinable figment of a demon's eye. This alone can frighten one by the Optic's tyrannical gaze, though, its hideous ability to take one's deepest phobias and have them appear as an actuality is what truly assists in their demonic wickedness. Optics are nearly impossible to approach in a frontal assault, as the entire front of their bodies are clustered in jagged, bodily spikes. The demon uses this to its advantage whenever approaching their victims in a horrifying manner. Old Man Jack had it sure their unnatural anatomy prove overwhelming to one's senses, as their feet are wrinkled, decomposing hands, which leave disturbing crackles of bone and mort flesh when close enough to hear. Their looming height is a staggering seven feet tall, having them as one of the most nightmarish demons Lucifer has fought against. An assured fatality against the Optic is by shattering its facial lense, as it acts no differently from a regular demonic eye. When the demon is rendered blinded, attacking from behind is one's best approach. Either breaking its bridle legs or spinal cord will include additional aggrievement to its movement. Though, this does not cease the Optic in dismembering its prey with its blackbone claws, which Old Man Jack spend particular time in crafting them to be the sharpest of all demons' claws.