Minos Demon (4e Race)
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 Minos Demons
Demonic power surges through these minotaurs
|Average Height: 6'11"-8'2"|
|Average Weight: 290-400 lbs|
|Ability Scores: +2 Strength, +2 Constitution|
|Speed: 6 squares|
|Skill Bonuses: +2 Endurance, +2 Intimidate|
|Flaming Maw: You gain fire resistance equal to 5 + one-half your level.|
|Winged Fall: You may make an acrobatics check to hop down from any height (rather than just 10 feet).|
|Demonic Origin: You are considered an elemental for effects that relate to creature origin. You are a demon for effects that relate to that keyword.|
|Demonic Rage: You may use the Demonic Rage encounter power|
Born of dark magic, these minotaurs fight with their demonic nature to uphold the traditions of their nation.
Play an Minos Demon if you want...
- To have unnatural strength
- To possess a vengeful rage
- To have the ability to do what you want, no matter what obstacles
- To be a member of a race that favors the barbarian, paladin and fighter classes.
 Physical Qualities
Minos Demons resemble their minotaur relatives for the most part. However, their fur has a crimson tint and they have large wings on their back. They also tend to have more crooked horns, often used to stab victims.
 Playing an Minos Demon
Honor is valued above all. The second most important thing is destroying those that created them. This leads to a strong dislike of warlocks, necromancers, and other wielders of the dark magics. Many Minos Demons even distrust wizards, but have been known to fight alongside them. Minos Demons have a very strong, dictating code, involving the life debt.
Minos Demon Characteristics: Vengeful, honorable, strong-headed
Male Names: Aktag, Gruk, Mithas, Zantor
Female Names: Alamet, Kureg, Neweema, Yeva
 Minos Demon Adventurers
Aktag is a barbarian, a savage warrior on the battlefields of the infinite devil wars. However, a group of adventurers from the Material Plane summoned him, originally intending to use his like any other demon. Once they discovered his incredible strength in battle, they soon freed him to join their team. Aktag still misses killing demons, but find that some of the mortal races make the most interesting sounds on death...
Yeva was a paladin of Vecna, never giving a thought to disobedience. Up until the day a team of heroes devoted to Pelor came to ransack her temple. She was knocked unconscious by a dwarf, but found herself being healed afterwards and was offered a new life in the sun. Sure, the cults of Vecna now hound her with accusation of destroying their temple, but she can handle them.
Zantor is a fighter and master with his weapons. He believes that a true weapon master is an expert with every weapon, and has frequently went into the world to hunt down tribes with unique weapons, so that he may force tutelage from them before demonstrating his prowess on his former masters. Despite this philosophy, he constantly carries a large flail on his person, believing the chaos of the swinging chain reflects the chaos of his home. His actions have carved him a small empire among the hells, one that he hopes to expand on day, rising to challenge the very Lord of Hell himself.