Meet The Characters (Cali’s Campaign)

The yugoloths presented themselves as simply greedy mercenaries, willing to sell their services to both sides, while behind that public face, the members of their highest castes viewed the entire course of the conflict as their own thing to control and manipulate until they decided to end it, unify the fiendish planes and turn their attention to the planes of Good – (forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki/Yugoloth)

Ultraloth


Ultraloth – the leaders of the Yugoloth mercenaries. Powerful, enigmatic yugoloths that appeared as faceless, gray-skinned humanoids with enlarged eyes – (forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki )

Ultraloth
Monster manual Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition

Arcanaloth

These jackal or dog-headed fiends were the intelligent, civilized record keepers of the yugoloths. Powerful wielders of arcane magic, they also crafted contracts with mortals and other fiends alike, and endlessly studied the intricacies of abstract evil
– (forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki )


Arcanaloth
Monster manual Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition

Nycaloth

These green-skinned, bat-winged yugoloths acted as the highly-mobile, elite ‘cavalry’ of the yugoloth troops. They were typically arrogant, sometimes wielding large axes but just as often relying on their own claws. Like the mezzoloths, nycaloths had four arms that ended with claws
– (forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki )

Nycaloth
Monster manual Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition

Mezzoloth

Mezzoloths were the most common kind of yugoloth. They resembled bipedal insects with chitinous armor and four arms tipped with razor-sharp claws
– (forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki )

Mezzoloth
Monster manual Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition

EDIT

I felt that Mezzoloth was quite ‘weak’ in comparison to the others so decided, if one of the characters were to die in the mortal plane, the General would send a Mezzoloth in his place. So I decided to use a Kohatoloth as a main party character instead.

Kohatoloth

Reality Benders. Kohatoloth are set apart from other Yugoloths by their ability to subtly manipulate reality itself, while being generally less adept at magic. Kohatoloth fare exceptionally well in unfavorable situations, easily landing blows while blinded, hitting distant targets, and avoiding what would normally be lethal strikes with ease. Despite these abilities, kohatoloth are rare and used sparsely in yugoloth contracts. Their manipulation of luck and rules of reality attracts the wrath of the inevitables enforcing these rules.

Image: Corrupter of Fate, D&D 3.5e Monster Manual 4, p. 190

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