Succubus (Incubus) Attributes
- Armor Class 15 (Natural Armor)
- Hit Points 66 (12d8+12)
- Speed 30 ft., fly 60 ft.
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- Skills Deception +9, Insight +5, Perception +5, Persuasion +9, Stealth +7
- Damage Resistance Cold, Fire, Lightning, Poison; Bludgeoning, Piercing, And Slashing From Nonmagical Weapons
- Senses Darkvision 60 Ft., passive Perception 15
- Languages Abyssal, Common, Infernal, Telepathy 60 Ft.
- Challenge 4 (1,100 XP)
- Telepathic Bond. The villain ignores the range limit on its telepathy when communicating with a lovely creature. The two do not have to be the same.
- Shapechanger. Violence can use its action to transform the polymorph into a small or medium human form or back into its true form. Without wings, the demon loses its flying speed. Apart from its size and speed, its figures are the same in every form. Any equipment that wears or carries it will not transform. When it dies it returns to its true form.
- Claw (Fiend Form Only). Melee Weapon Attack: +5 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: (1d6 + 3) slashing damage.
- Charm. A humanoid that can be seen within 30 feet must succeed in the DC 15 Wisdom Save Throw or be amazingly attractive in 1 day. The attractive target adheres to the offender’s verbal or telepathic commands. If the target suffers any harm or receives a suicide order, it will repeat the savings throw, ending the impact on success. If the target successfully saves against the impact, or the impact on it ends, the target will resist the charm of these villains for the next 24 hours.
Only one goal at a time is attractive. If it attracts another, the effect on the previous target ends.
- Draining Kiss. The evil one kisses the creature or the creature he is attracted to by it. The goal is to throw DC 15 constitutional savings against this magic, take 32 (5d10 + 5) psychological damage on a failed save or take more than half the damage on the successful one. The hit point of the target is reduced by an amount equal to the maximum taken damage. This reduction lasts until the goal is to complete a long rest. If this effect reduces its hit point to a maximum of 0 the target will die.
- Etherealness. The monster miraculously enters the material plane from the material plane or vice versa.
The beauty and devil in the same succubus
This is one kind of succubus that was once a demon, a beautiful lesser breed of the tanarri from the infinite layers of the abyss. These d&d succubus existed as seducer and were well known to seduce and tempt the mortals ultimately slay them and take their life energy back to the abyss. Instead they are considered to be a form of devil across the nine spells band they tempted mortals into villainy.
These 5e succubus are the simple friends found across all the lower planes serving all kinds of evil. Its male counterpart is called the d&d incubus whose would change their sex with ease through most of the preferences for one or other.
The succubus d&d 5e when uncovered from their true form appears like stunningly beautiful women of statuesque build and perfect figure with flawless skin and red or raven black hair. This also bears clawed fingers and large dark hued or reddish bat like wings which is mounted on their backs. The eyes are said to glow with sinister desire. Other than that, it bears small horns or a tail which might also be seen. It was the demonic succubi which is far the most attractive of the otherwise hideous tanarri as well as all demons. The succubus d&d 5e often use their shape changing ability to assume the humanoid form and could maintain it with disguise for a long as they liked. The mortals are rarely seen with succubi and incubi in their true forms. But they were always attractive to the observer.
The d&d 5e succubus comes here with kiss of her lips and the embrace in her arms or something more intimate. They could drain the life energy of mortal which lacked stamina, weaking them in every aspect. In contrast, the devilish succubus is commanding as well as dominant with its kiss bringing charming effect.