Devil's Four

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Devil's Four
(Organization)
Type Pirate crew
Leader Challys Argent
Headquarters Aspidochelone, Shackles
Members Enslaved pirates

Source: The Price of Infamy, pg(s). 77

Devil's Four is the name given to the four pirate captains under the control of the Pathfinder captain Challys Argent.[1] Using the power of the magical sword Siren Call, Challys placed a geas[2] upon four of the most dangerous pirate captains of the Shackles, saving hundreds, if not thousands, from their piratical depredations.[3]

The Devil's Four are:

  • Adalbert Aspodell, also known as "Aspodell the Lash", a former aristocrat who fights with a duellist's elegance while inflicting sadistic injuries with his signature rapier.[4]
  • Otondo, the bloodthirsty, cannibal ogre captain. Otondo is the size of three men and he wields a specially forged cutlass to cut down swathes of his enemies.[5]
  • Rira, a pirate queen whose face is hidden by a terrifying, ancient mask fashioned in the likeness of a sahuagin. She is an accomplished arcanist and she uses her spells to lethal effect.[5]
  • Seagrave, a filthy pirate captain whose knowledge of the Shackles is near encyclopedic and was renowned for his utter ruthlessness.[5]

References

  1. Robin D. Laws. (2012). Becalmed (The Treasure of Far Thallai). The Price of Infamy, p. 77. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-416-0
  2. Robin D. Laws. (2012). Butcher's Rock (The Treasure of Far Thallai). Raiders of the Fever Sea, p. 74. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-409-2
  3. Robin D. Laws. (2012). Butcher's Rock (The Treasure of Far Thallai). Raiders of the Fever Sea, p. 76. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-409-2
  4. Robin D. Laws. (2012). Hell Come Ashore (The Treasure of Far Thallai). The Wormwood Mutiny, p. 77. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-404-7
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Robin D. Laws. (2012). Hell Come Ashore (The Treasure of Far Thallai). The Wormwood Mutiny, p. 75. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-404-7