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Mirror Demon
FF Mirror Demon
skill 10
stamina 10
Attacks 2
Weapon Used Large Claws and see below
Habitat Demonic Planes, Mirrors
Number Encountered 1
Type Demon
Reaction Hostile
Intelligence Average


A Mirror Demon is a Tertius (lesser) Demon,[1] from the Demonic Planes in the Fighting Fantasy franchise.

DescriptionEdit

A Mirror Demon takes the appearance of a humanoid, usually a female human, with four arms and four faces.

Special AbilitiesEdit

Mirror Demons summoned to the mortal plane always lurk in mirrors, usually as guardians. Whenever a creature passes by, the demon attempts to pull its victims through the mirrors toward the Demonic Planes from whence it comes; one single hit to its victim is all it requires to grab it and take it to its doom. [2]

However, the links which binds the demon to the mortal plane is quite tenuous. Shattering the mirror where it lurks causes the Demon itself to crack and shatter,[3] thus severing whatever link the creature has made between worlds. Also, merely damaging the mirror seems to correspondingly damage the Demon.[4]

Further InformationEdit

  • In depictions of the Mirror Demon, the monster is always shown with four faces - one on the front of its head, one on the top, and one on each side.[5] In Siege of Sardath it is actually stated that the Mirror Demon has four "heads" (presumably meaning faces). If this is actually the case, and not just a description from the player's point of view, then the rear of a Mirror Demon's head is in fact faceless.[6]
  • Also in Siege of Sardath, a Mirror Demon is named as "Lix Tetrax".[7]
  • There are rudimentary special rules given for fighting Mirror Demons in the bestiary, Out of the Pit,[8] however the fight with a Mirror Demon in the gamebook Night Dragon expands them, using skill tests to see whether the player is dragged through the mirror or not. However, since these rules apply to a situation in a dream sequence, their validity in actual combat situations is rather questionable.[9]

See AlsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World - 163
  2. Night Dragon - 381
  3. Siege of Sardath - 70, 72
  4. Siege of Sardath - 275
  5. Deathtrap Dungeon - ???
  6. Siege of Sardath - 275
  7. Siege of Sardath - 120
  8. Out of the Pit - p. 215
  9. Night Dragon - 381

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