(devil, evil, extraplanar, lawful)
Source: Bestiary 4, pg(s). 54f.
Advodazas, also known as false gods, fallen demagogues, and nemesis devils are the surviving remnants of the ancient and wicked spirits worshipped by mortals in the distant past. These spirits have been transformed and bound to Hell as fiends of blasphemy and idols.
Each nemesis devil looks unique, but they typically have the anthropomorphic monstrous appearance of its former worship, including bestial or centauric forms with wings, hooves, claws, and fangs. Nemesis devils retain the idols and talismans of their worship as armor, weapons, or jewelry. These devils usually reach a height of 18 feet and a weight of almost nine tons.
Habitat & Ecology
As the remnants of ancient fetishes and demi-deities, advodazas have sought the power of Hell to return them to a position of worship. They universally seek to return to the Material Plane to seduce mortals to worship, sacrifice, and engrave idols to them. As ancient spirits not solely crafted by Hell itself, they are extremely rare.