Hell Unleashed

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Hell Unleashed
Hell Unleashed
Author(s) F. Wesley Schneider and Jerome Virnich
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price Print: $22.99
PDF: $15.99
Released July 29, 2015
Type Sourcebook
Binding Paperback
Pages 64 pages
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-757-4
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Campaign Setting
Follows Inner Sea Monster Codex
Precedes Giantslayer Poster Map Folio
Artwork from Hell Unleashed

Hell Unleashed, a Pathfinder Campaign Setting sourcebook by F. Wesley Schneider and Jerome Virnich, was released on July 29, 2015.

From cults' secret sanctums to the fortresses of diabolical demigods in Hell itself, the machinations of devils permeate the world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Explore the unholy minions of Hell in this fell grimoire, which features a dozen specific devils and other infernal influences ready to bring their sinister plots to any gaming table. Each heinous foe is presented with a detailed history, lair, minions, and full statistics, allowing Game Masters to use them as wicked additions to any game or as the centerpiece of intricate plots that form the very core of campaigns of intrigue and treachery. Muster all your courage and explore the pages within to find:
  • Unholy manifestations of powerful devils and deities, allowing the denizens of Hell to exert their will upon the mortal world.
  • A glimpse into the soul-markets of the infernal metropolis of Dis, including the steep prices of the unusual items peddled there.
  • Details of the Hellknights' lethal test of worthiness—one-on-one combat with a summoned devil.
  • Profane particulars on the infamous Book of the Damned, including a self-contained demiplane within the book holding all of its sinister secrets.
  • The exorcism of an innocent child, possessed by a sadistic devil and used as a puppet in an intricate infernal plot of revenge.
  • A march through the fortress of one of Hell's godlike gatekeepers—the infernal duke Furcas.


Sites of Infernal Activity (inside front cover)

A map of the Inner Sea region pinpointing the locations of infernal actors and activity.

Infernal Apostles (2)

A missive from Vanchient Lor to an unnamed recipient that summarizes information found in the Fallen Fastness about devils on Golarion.

Diabolical Influences (4)

Descriptions of several ways Hell exerts its influence over Golarion.

Benabak (imp) (12)

An imp whose centuries-long ploys recruit souls for Hell.

Book of the Damned (16)

A legendary and ever-updated tome that contains records of every evil deed and divine misstep in the multiverse.

Cult of Lies (22)

A diabolical cult with a devious plan to restore Chelish power in Galt.

Darukarex (contract devil) (26)

Tales of a devil who annually manifests near Nystra to strike dark deals with desperate people.

Dinya's Possession (accuser devil) (30)

When a mortal tries to evade an infernal deal, Baalzebul dispatches Xerraxus to possess the man's nephew in Swiftrun.

Emporium Isitalba (handmaiden devil) (34)

An exclusive shop in Dis's Market of Breaths serves a secret purpose for the whore queen Mahathallah.

Furcas (infernal duke) (38)

The infernal duke known as the Knight of the Laurels and Sentinel of Dis guards one of its most vital hellmouths.

Hellknights (44)

The diabolical order walks a strict but narrow line between enslavement to Hell and enforcement of law in its extreme pursuit of order

Mardehzuk (pit fiend) (48)

The ancient and merciless servant of Moloch guards a strategic portal beneath Qadira.

Miranksha (adhukait asuras) 52

The spawn of Diomazul—a deity of war from the Vudran pantheon—this two-minded adhukait resurfaces in Jalmeray after a centuries-long slumber.

Terindelle (erinyes) 56

Alichino sends an erinys to manage a slacking cult leader in Karcau.

Vipostix (apostate devil) (60)

To capture and destroy the Thorncrown of Iomedae, this apostate devil abducts and tortures a paladin of Iomedae who believes he knows its location.