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I believe the information you seek can be found in a D&D 3.5 Sourcebook and converted over to D&D 5E with a little bit of tinkering. The Fiendish Codex II Covers all manner of Faustian pacts that you can use to sell your soul to devils, all the information can be found on Page 23 The book itself covers each individual layer of hell as well as both ...


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If your goal is to use Planar Binding I would attempt to use Imprisonment to put the demon to sleep and then cast Planar Binding. Then dispel it when you want to talk to the demon. If your goal is to just to talk to the demon then use Forcecage. Note that Forcecage is not a good choice if want to planar bind as it block spells from both directions. I think ...


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Gate requires that you know the name of the entity you're summoning. So the answer is both simple and hard: only summon demons you know are keen on making bargains; don't summon ones known to be difficult or violent; if you don't know which kind is attached to the name you've dug up in your research, don't summon it. But why, you ask, would any demon or ...


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The gargoyle attacks any creature that approaches the object or enters the area, though it allows for any exceptions you make. (Dragon, p. 423) You're the object here, so it attacks anything that approaches it that you didn't provide as an exception. It's option 2. The gargoyle is autonomous and has it's own actions. It does not consume yours. You are ...


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I don't have a DDI account and can't find Satyr of the Night in a book but Shadow Lurk is only available to a Gloom Pact warlock. In any case, I do have the book that contains the Summon Warlock's Ally power and it says; Effect: you summon a creature associated with your pact. If there is more than creature available for your pact, you choose ...



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