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The mephits have a long-standing dispute over territory with the efreet, which often escalates into all-out warfare.  To bolster their cause, the mephits have a semi-secret alliance with one of their enemy's worst opponents, the [[shaitan]] of the [[Plane of Earth]].<ref name="CS-179" />
  
 
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Revision as of 18:22, 20 April 2010

Fire mephit
(Creature)
Type Outsider
(fire)
CR 3
Environment Plane of Fire
Alignment

Source: Pathfinder Bestiary, pg(s). 202

Fire mephits are creatures native to the Plane of Fire, where they live in a complex, theocratic society ruled by the powerful Matriarch of Holy Sublimation.[1]

Appearance

Like other mephits, fire mephits are short, bipedal creatures with small horns and bat-like wings. They are known for their mischeviousness, love of vengence, and are easy to anger.[2]

Ecology

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Habitat & Society

On their native Plane of Fire, fire mephits live in a strict matriarchal society, currently ruled by the decadent Matriarch of Holy Sublimation Dirimalia VI. Although they are less hostile and more easily approachable than the xenophobic efreet, their complex taboos and social morays can be tricky for outsiders to navigate. The mephits are also known for being advanced experimental alchemists.[3]

They conquered the native dwarf-like beings known as the azer in ancient times, and are still served by them.[3]

The mephits have a long-standing dispute over territory with the efreet, which often escalates into all-out warfare. To bolster their cause, the mephits have a semi-secret alliance with one of their enemy's worst opponents, the shaitan of the Plane of Earth.[1]

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