|Demon of the Ring|
|Habitat||Wherever the ring is|
It was Al-Bakbuk who stated that the Demon was one of the Efreet, and as such the creature could grant a limited number of wishes. The Demon was very literal in its wish granting, carrying out its commands to the letter, regardless of the outcome. It did, however, seem to have a sinister streak to it, and took a malevolent delight in granting a wish that its owner had made when unaware of the actual consequences.
The Riddling Reaver seemed to possess power over the Demon, and claimed ownership of the ruby ring necessary to command it. This is fitting since the Demon is some form of Genie, and both Genies and the Reaver are aligned with the Trickster God. Khasim the Unworthy, a lawful sorcerer, regarded the ring with suspicion, remarking that it was a "Trickster item" and could cause "much harm".
- The Demon's skill and stamina scores are the same as that of the Genie entry in the Out of the Pit bestiary. However, his appearance in Magehunter is a departure from usual portrayals of Genies, and is sometimes suggestive of a darker nature.