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Reupload from my deviantArt.

Despair is all that one could find in the depths of Pius, as the creature clouded the skies.

Powers: With a composition of cloud-like mass for a body, Pius wandered almost aimlessly across the primordial world. Aside from the great shadow that the dark cloud projected below, the Demon would reflect multiple colors in its body, and expand those colors to its surroundings. Unable to damage it, the Sunguard attempted to fight closer to the creature, but once inside its mass, the Sunguards would soon feel loss for purpose; the further they would venture inside the clouds, the less chance of escaping, or moving at all, until they'd be nothing but dust, that would rain down behind Pius. The Demon itself did not fight back, but the ghastly trails that fumed from the main body of cloud would still leave the Sunguard with dire effects.

Defeat and Aftermath: Since there was no body to target, and it was impossible to venture near the creature, the Sunguard fought Pius at a distance, by joining together in halo formations around the main body, and attacking by range, all the while in constant movement, in order to evade the trails of clouds left by the Demon. Though extraineous, the many Sunguards were finally able to hit what is assumed to be Pius's core, starting an implosive reaction, one that would then release externally. Pius was one of the few of the Twenty Primal Demons that was not imprisioned, and the veil that was created the creature's demise, would split the Higher and Lower Planes from each other. Despite this, at times Pius's influence would give form to living tendrils that would attempt to drag into themselves any that came too close.