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Archadamus

The Diamond Devil

Phillipo Drochopolis was the scion of a wealthy family of diamond merchants. While putting down a strike at a family-owned diamond mine, Phillipo met and struck a deal with a devilish creature who promised the young merchant a long life and endless riches.

As with most devilish bargains, the outcome did not favor the mortal participant. Phillipo turned into a horrible creature, sprouting appendages and hoary growths of diamonds and other precious gemstones and metals. He was shunned by his family, and by society as a whole. After a period of brief madness, Phillipo took the moniker Archadamus and retreated to live in solitude.

The Character Cache is a collection of characters designed to be used in tabletop RPG gaming, either as character concepts for players or as NPCs/villains by GMs. Artist Matt Morrow illustrates the character pieces, and Encoded Designs writes a system-neutral description, including how to incorporate this character into your campaign. These write-ups also include hooks for encounters and adventure inspiration, plus tags for quick reference.

In addition to the system-neutral write-up are stat blocks for:

  • Fate Core

  • Savage Worlds

  • 5e


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File Last Updated:
May 26, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on May 26, 2017.