Stork was running for his life. The sorcerer looked over his shoulder and watched the dull-witted daemon as it tirelessly flapped its wings, trailing him.
Vistis the Blue mage threw a couple of spells at the thing. Undaunted it continued after its quarry.
A few minutes later Stork came running back by Vistis.
‘Thos people really don’t like being lied to in that town,’ he said near breathless.
The daemon opened its mouth, revealing two vicious snake-headed tongues.
No. Enc.: 1d4 (1d8)
Alignment: Chaotic (Neutral tendencies)
Movement: 90′ (30′)
Fly: 150′ (50′)
Armor Class: 4
Hit Dice: 8
Damage: 1d6 claw, bite or lashing tongue
Hoard Class: VIIIx2
The strange Lasher Daemon is an earthbound infernal creature that looks a bit like a dull-witted stereotypical demon-with red skin, bat like wings, cloven hooves and half opened bloodshot eyes. These portly daemons skulk and lurk around wizard’s towers or the outskirts of small towns or villages and are easily summoned. Where these creatres excel is in tracking down those who have lied to their summoner or the one who called upon the daemon. When a liar is found the beast opens its mouth and two snake-headed tongues lash out at the liar, biting for 1d6 points of damage each. These tongues can stretch to hit up to 10′ from the creature. The only magic these creatures have is the ability to detect lies .