Name: King Belith
Nickname: Demon King, Wise Lord, Lord Of Spears
Family: Only child. Father is in self-exile, mother is dead.
Position: Ruler of Hiei
Weight: 220 lbs
Tail Length: 28 inches
Horn length: 8 inches
Personality: Belith does not usually take action without first gathering information, and contemplating. Even when he has little time to do so, he is a keen analyst, and capable of making quick calculations. Like most demons, he is generally motivated by personal gain, but knows the benefits of "give and take". When they march, he prefers to be in the field with his army. He almost always keeps his word, but one should pay close attention to the words used.
Background: The first born son of Balor, the old ruler of Hiei, and his mother, the Consort Queen, Beliza, a half-succubus. He was raised in relative luxury, and wanted for little. He's received, in his years, instruction in strategy, rulership, diplomacy, math, language skills, history, magic, and some martial arts, as well as learning a wide variety of sexual acts from the royal harem, when he was old enough to do so.
When Belith was 22, he was given mayorship of a town, to give him some hands on experience. When he was 27, his mother became pregnant with a second child through Balor. However, birth complications saw both the child and mother die. After that event, Balor chose to abdicate his throne, in grief, and disappeared to wander the land; his fate is unknown. Belith, meanwhile, took the throne, and spent a few years quieting the citizens, and establishing himself as a legitimate ruler.
When The God King died, Belith immediately sent out a wide variety of spies across the land to gather as much information as he possibly could on the situation. The borders of Hiei are well garrisoned and supplied, and he simply seems to be waiting for the ideal moment to begin making strikes.
Daemonium Interfectorem: A spear made from the bones of an ancient and powerful devil. Despite being constructed of bone, the material itself is more durable than steel, while being relatively light. It is a six foot long weapon, with some crookedness to it. The tip is sharpened to a fine point that can punch through unenchanted platemail with only a modest amount of difficulty. Heavily enchanted.
Baculum Reges: Also known as "The Staff of Kings", ownership of the staff is proof of rulership of Hiei. A somewhat simple affair, being made of a black wood with a metal fist at one end, and some leather wrappings. However, close inspection reveals that the entire staff is carved with runes of powerful magic. Using Baculum Reges when casting spells of any sort greatly amplifies the destructive potential of the spell. The staff has, over the years, been the target of thieves; however, none have ever succeeded.
Demonic Constitution: All demons are possessed of a hardy physicality, able to shrug off minor wounds, and most of the major illnesses that plague other races. They also are quite tolerant to poisons.
Night Sight: Demons can see well in low-light conditions.
Magical Inclination: All demons have a capacity for learning magic, and an ease in using it.
Sex Charge: Unlike most men, whom can be physically tired through sex, Belith actually gains a temporary surge in strength, vitality, and alertness after copulating. This is likely due to some sort of inheritance of Succubi/Incubi power. Thankfully, for his lovers, he does not cause any sort of soul draining.
Mithradatism: By exposing himself to small amounts of poison over time, Belith has enhanced his races natural tolerance to poisons to much higher levels.
Infernal Call: Conjures a hell-beast into existence. It is not made, so much as it is dragged out of the wilderness of Hiei, teleported magically, and bound to serve and protect him. Only one hell-beast may be summoned at a time.
Blaze: Conjures up magical fire.
Ons: Well endowed women
Bonus army stuff
Female demons that look human, but the similarity tends to end at that physical similarity. An all female unit, they are light cavalry and raiders. They prefer to rampage through territories, causing property damage, and massive campaigns of over-the-top brutality. Nightmares is a special task force, numbering 666, which are used to shatter the morale and fighting spirit of opposing armies. The Nightmares are some times also employed as guards of the King. They eschew armor, and favor up close and personal melee combat.
The Blades of Malice are heavy infantry, given enchanted armor and weapons, so that they can cut a swath through opposing enemies. Whereas the Nightmares may slaughter civilians, being raiders, the Blades of Malice tend to be much more reserved, and would not deign to harm the innocent. They kill, when they need to, but will often spare unarmed or gravely injured enemies. These are often taken prisoner, where they receive medical treatment and care. Depending on rank, the prisoners in question may be released, to do as they wish, or ransomed off. They are rarely deployed on their own, often being incorporated into mixed units, where they serve in a heavy offensive role. They number 300, and are divided into Fiats (groups of six; five 'fingers' led by the 'fist').
The Dark Moon Priesthood are a corp of summoners and healers. They tend to the wounded of their own side, as well as providing occasional support in battle by summoning hell-beasts into or behind the ranks of enemy armies, in order to break up their troop formations. Larger mixed units always have an attached Fist of priests and priestesses. They are not only skilled spellcasters, but also alchemists. They number 600.
Wind Riders are messengers and scouts. They are lightly armed and armored, but are excellent at flying. They usually possess wind and lightning based magic. Possessing wings makes them ideal at their job, as it can be quite difficult to intercept them. They number 200.
The Faceless are covert agents, fulfilling the role of spies, assassins and saboteurs. They use magic to change their appearances, allowing them to blend into whatever country they happen to be infiltrating. Expert survivalists, who are used to having no support and no help if things go poorly. The Faceless are fanatically loyal to the Demon King, and would choose suicide over capture. It is unknown how many exist.
Spellbreakers do what they say: they break spells. They excel at denying other magical forces their abilities, either using elaborate rituals to set up magical dead-zones, or dispelling the spells of others. A small, esoteric order, numbering only 66.
The Spiked Wall make up the standard foot soldiers of the Demon Army. They are relatively well-trained, with thick cloth and leather armors to augment their natural resilience, and long spears for keeping enemies at bay. They are especially effective at skewering cavalry, but can hold their own against infantry as well; especially those who need to get in close. Spiked Wall units also carry 16 inch long daggers as a back up weapon. Standard infantry unit.
Pyre Archers use fire magic in conjunction with longbows, to wreak havoc on enemy lines. Whether it's peppering fortifications, camps, grasslands, or forests with flaming arrows that can deal massive damage, using regular arrows to keep environmental damage to a minimum, or actually hurtling small balls of flame and rock, they are quite capable of causing devastation. Often protected by a contingent of Demon Blades, since they lack melee capability, and do tend to tire out from magic use. Standard ranged unit.
Demon Blades are well-trained swordsmen who prefer two handed weapons, and heavy metal armor. They are slower, because of their armaments, and typically serve as defenders of weaker units, such as archers and magic users. Standard infantry.
Reapers are the standard cavalry force of the Demon Army. They charge down enemies on their infernal steeds, striking with long swords especially designed for use on horseback. Theya re well known for the black cloaks, and skull masks, that they don.
Hungry Horrors are a type of devil that are frequently summoned by the Dark Moon Priesthood. Hungry Horrors, though somewhat weak, are immensely vicious creatures that will rip apart whatever is around them, in an effort to slake their hunger. Lacking eyes does little to stop them from hunting down the living, and devouring them.