Source: Bestiary 3, pg(s). 88
Dybbuks, like most incorporeal undead, look similar to their mortal selves. A typical dybbuk's lower torso will trail off into wisps rather than legs, and occasionally their hands will appear bloodstained.1
The hallmark ability of the dybbuk is possession. Dybbuks can easily possess unattended objects, turning them into animated objects under the dybbuk's control. Worse, dybbuks can possess living creatures, completely possessing their forms and taking control of their abilities. Dybbuks also have some mind control magics in their arsenal. If possession fails, the touch of a dybbuk is quite damaging by itself, suffused with negative and evil energies.
- See also: Category:Dybbuk/Inhabitants
- Dybbuk (Real-life mythical entity) on Wikipedia