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{{blockref|Yugoloths (pronounced: /ˈjuːgoʊloʊθ/ YOO-go-loth<ref name="mc8">{{Cite Pub|Monstrous Compendium (2e)/Outer Planes Appendix}}</ref>), which were also often called daemons (pronounced: /ˈdeɪmʌnz/ DAY-munz<ref name="dragon93">{{cite|last=Mentzer|first=Frank|date=January 1985|title=Ay pronunseeAYshun gyd|periodical=Dragon (Magazine)|issue=93|publisher=TSR|pages=28}}</ref>) or nicknamed loths,<ref>Colin McComb (September 1997). '''Faces of Evil: The Fiends.''' Edited by Ray Vallese. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 68. ISBN 0-7869-3430-1.</ref>) were neutral evil fiends native to the Blood Rift. They were neutral in the affairs of the other fiendish races, interfering only when they saw a situation that might be profitable or a potential for the advancement of their own schemes. The yugoloths were manipulative, secretive, and mercenary by nature, often acting as soldiers for deities in their own private wars, or even at times aiding both sides of the Blood War. |<ref>[https://forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki/Yugoloth Forgotten Realms Wiki: Yugoloth] ''(accessed 2020-06-01)''.</ref>}}
 
{{blockref|Yugoloths (pronounced: /ˈjuːgoʊloʊθ/ YOO-go-loth<ref name="mc8">{{Cite Pub|Monstrous Compendium (2e)/Outer Planes Appendix}}</ref>), which were also often called daemons (pronounced: /ˈdeɪmʌnz/ DAY-munz<ref name="dragon93">{{cite|last=Mentzer|first=Frank|date=January 1985|title=Ay pronunseeAYshun gyd|periodical=Dragon (Magazine)|issue=93|publisher=TSR|pages=28}}</ref>) or nicknamed loths,<ref>Colin McComb (September 1997). '''Faces of Evil: The Fiends.''' Edited by Ray Vallese. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 68. ISBN 0-7869-3430-1.</ref>) were neutral evil fiends native to the Blood Rift. They were neutral in the affairs of the other fiendish races, interfering only when they saw a situation that might be profitable or a potential for the advancement of their own schemes. The yugoloths were manipulative, secretive, and mercenary by nature, often acting as soldiers for deities in their own private wars, or even at times aiding both sides of the Blood War. |<ref>[https://forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki/Yugoloth Forgotten Realms Wiki: Yugoloth] ''(accessed 2020-06-01)''.</ref>}}
  
===List of Yugoloth===
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==Variants==
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==List of Yugoloth==
 
{{5e Monster List|Yugoloth}}
 
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Yugoloth Overview

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Yugoloths (pronounced: /ˈjuːgoʊloʊθ/ YOO-go-loth[2]), which were also often called daemons (pronounced: /ˈdeɪmʌnz/ DAY-munz[3]) or nicknamed loths,[4]) were neutral evil fiends native to the Blood Rift. They were neutral in the affairs of the other fiendish races, interfering only when they saw a situation that might be profitable or a potential for the advancement of their own schemes. The yugoloths were manipulative, secretive, and mercenary by nature, often acting as soldiers for deities in their own private wars, or even at times aiding both sides of the Blood War.

Variants

Some yugoloths can summon other yugoloths as an action.[5]

List of Yugoloth

5 Yugoloths
Monster Size Type Tags Alignment HP CR Marked Source
Yugoloth Overview Overview Fiend, Yugoloth Canon, Pointer Monster Manual (5e)
Arcanaloth Medium Fiend Yugoloth Neutral Evil 104 12 (8400xp) Canon, Pointer Monster Manual (5e)
Mezzoloth Medium Fiend Yugoloth Neutral Evil 75 5 (1800xp) Canon, Pointer Monster Manual (5e)
Nycaloth Large Fiend Yugoloth Neutral Evil 123 9 (5000xp) Canon, Pointer Monster Manual (5e)
Ultroloth Medium Fiend Yugoloth Neutral Evil 153 13 (10000xp) Canon, Pointer Monster Manual (5e)

Sources and Notes

  1. Forgotten Realms Wiki: Yugoloth (accessed 2020-06-01).
  2. J. Paul LaFountain. Monstrous Compendium (2e)/Outer Planes Appendix (1991). TSR. ISBN 978-1560760559.
  3. Mentzer, Frank (January 1985). "Ay pronunseeAYshun gyd". Dragon (Magazine) (93). TSR. pp.28.
  4. Colin McComb (September 1997). Faces of Evil: The Fiends. Edited by Ray Vallese. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 68. ISBN 0-7869-3430-1.
  5. Christopher Perkins, et. al.. Monster Manual (5e) (2014-09-30). Wizards of the Coast. p. 311.

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Yugoloth Overview (Type: Overview, Subtypes: Fiend Yugoloth, Canon: Yes, Pointer: Yes, Hidden: No, UA: No, User: No, Sources: Monster Manual (5e))