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Reupload from my deviantArt.

A tangle of evil that drags all to their doom.

Powers: The Seducer was a peculiar one among the Twenty Primal Demons, as it was more of a mass than a full-bodied creature, more like its sibling the Godless. This mass consisted of tendrils that tangled together, resembling hair, with no apparent core in sight, though Pellax kept a default form for the colossal tuft of hair-like mass that was its body. Pellax could form puppets from its body, the less produced, the greater the influence, and, by hiding the full of its mass, the Demon used these puppets to mimic Sunguards, to either avoid confrontation or to lure them into itself, which the creature would then procede to trap its enemies in its tendrils, and drag them towards death. How or why the victims perished is unclear, but no remains whatsoever could be seen or sensed.

Defeat and Aftermath: Pellax became too confident in its abilities, which lead to the Demon attempt to mimic the Sunguards's patriarch and source, something that was impossible to do, as the being that Pellax created a puppet of was the Ancient of Primordial Light, something that the Demon could never be able to replicate. Seeing through the ruse, the Sunguard battled the creature, dragging it out from the dark crevices in which it hid, and battling at a distance to keep afar from the reach of the Demon's tendrils. Once damaged and weakened, the Sunguard reflected light arround Pellax, and trapping it on an orb with a refracting surface on the outside, but pitch-dark on the inside, and then hiding the semi-invisible tomb in the deeps, with Pellax unable to see or move, surrounded by only itself, in complete darkness.