Why does "Daemon" link to Doomguard? it's just not needed. - Ragestorm, Head Bookkeeper 6 Feb, 2006, 18:45 (EST)

Why is Fel Orc there? Fel Orcs are classified as humanoid, leaving one to believe that the blood infusion doesn't corrupt them enough to grant demonic status. Moonshadow101

All demons may have been mortal once?

Demons were mortal once, but have been transformed by their conversion into demonic beings. This change includes a powerful command of arcane energy. They define and control this arcane power with the force of their will, much as sorcerers and wizards do.[1]

Its old information, but interesting nether the less, considering the fact that we got storylines for Felguards, and Man'ari Eredar suggesting this same thing... It really opens up the possibility that perhaps Sargeras did fight some evil Eredar at one point, and perhaps that's what lead him to their Argus in the first place... Speculation, but a good author could tie it all togetherBaggins

Where does it say Felguards were?  IconSmall HighElf Male.gif Mr.X8 Talk Contribs 04:57, 24 February 2008 (UTC)

All demons evil?

Last I checked Sargares is misunderstood or an insomniac. Just because a character has those traits does not make em evil (feel free to spam this bad joke) --The last Alterac 11:27, 23 January 2008 (UTC)

Yeah the poor fella is misunderstood. All he really wants when he destroys your planet is a hug:) (Keilden 11:39, 23 January 2008 (UTC))

He may be insane, but the insanity of a titan is a force to be reckoned with, so his threat must be ended nonetheless. ~My rage bar is blue and I start the fight pissed - Peregrine 13:09, 23 January 2008 (UTC)
Also, there's the example in Ashenvale of the Satyr who get "redeemed," thus implying that at least some demons have control over their "evility." MynockSpit (talk) 02:50, 18 February 2011 (UTC)


What do they meen by flames?Like tatood flames on their skin?PArts of them on fire?User:Airiph/sig 22:56, 9 February 2008 (UTC)

lol  IconSmall HighElf Male.gif Mr.X8 Talk Contribs 04:54, 24 February 2008 (UTC)

Unique Individuals

What are the Demon Lords of Dungeons & Dragons lore doing on the list of "Unique Individuals"? --Super Bhaal (talk) 10:54, 19 June 2008 (UTC)


It may take a year, but shouldn't some of the races be removed now that Appendix Three was thrown out? For instance, stirge demon and alu-demon. Rolandius Paladin.gif (talk - contr) 05:37, 18 July 2009 (UTC)

Table splitting

Would anyone know how to split rows in a table ? For example, in the "Races" section, I'd like the Sayaad/Succubus/Incubus rows to look like Succubus and Incubus are part of the Sayaad, and not different from them. So this. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by MyMindWontQuiet (talk · contr).

You could do something like this:

Race Description Homeworld
IconSmall PitLord.gif Annihilan (or pit lords) Gigantic generals who lead the armies of the Legion, surpassed in power only by the demonic eredar. Unknown
Sayaad IconSmall Succubus.gif Succubus They serve the Burning Legion by conducting nightmarish interrogations. Unknown
Incubi Have never been seen. Unknown

The problem is that tables are not good for a parent/child structure. This won't work for eredar, imp, infernal, or mo'arg where the parent would have their own description. --Aquamonkeyeg (talk) 23:03, 24 January 2017 (UTC)

Or something like this:

Race Description Homeworld
IconSmall PitLord.gif Annihilan (or pit lords) Gigantic generals who lead the armies of the Legion, surpassed in power only by the demonic eredar. Unknown
IconSmall Aranasi.gif Aranasi Spider-like demons. Unknown
IconSmall Darkhound.gif Darkhounds These vile creatures are [[canine]s somehow twisted by demonic energy. Unknown
IconSmall Doomguard.gif Ered'ruin IconSmall Doomguard.gif Doomguard Iron-fisted demons who serve as the Burning Legion's captains and generals. Unknown
IconSmall Doomlord.gif Doomlord The most powerful doomguard are important, high commanders of the Legion troops. Unknown
IconSmall FelBat.gif Felbat Gargoyle-like winged demons. Unknown
IconSmall FelBeast.gif Fel beast Two-headed hounds made of molten fel energies. Unknown
IconSmall Felhunter.gif Felhound Animalistic creatures who are attracted and feed on all magic. Unknown
IconSmall Felstalker.gif Felstalker Similar to felhounds, but pack hunters instead of magical leeches. Unknown
IconSmall Terrorguard.gif Fiend (Terrorguard, Fear Fiend, Terrorfiend) Shock troops and supervisors of the Legion, found on the front lines of the Burning Crusade in areas like Outland. Unknown
IconSmall Imp.gif Imp IconSmall Imp.gif Imp Small, horned spellcaster demons, often seen accompanying warlocks. Unknown
IconSmall FelImp.gif Fel Imp More powerful imps with wings and bigger horns. Unknown
IconSmall ImpMother.gif Imp mother Large females who produce tons of imps. Unknown
IconSmall Infernal.gif Infernal IconSmall Infernal.gif Infernal Great burning stone amalgamations of matter and fel energy, infamous for falling from the sky like burning meteors. Unknown
IconSmall Abyssal.gif Abyssal Infernal-like creature made of jagged stone. Unknown
IconSmall Inquisitor.gif Inquisitor Blind demons who see through magical floating eyes and specialize in dark pacts. Unknown
IconSmall Jailer.gif Jailer Capture both the soul and body of their enemies and imprison them in their cages. Unknown
Man'ari eredarMan'ari eredar Man'ari eredar Man'ari eredarMan'ari eredar Man'ari eredar The brain of the Legion, turned into demons by Sargeras Argus
IconSmall Wrathguard.gif Wrathguard Eredar that serve as honor guards for the Legion's leadership. Unknown
IconSmall Mo'arg.gif Mo'arg IconSmall Mo'arg.gif Mo'arg Armorers of the Legion, forging fel-infused weaponry and constructs. Unknown
IconSmall Gan'arg.gif Gan'arg The main engineers of the Legion. Unknown
IconSmall Felguard.gif Felguard IconSmall Felguard.gif Felguard Lethal and dangerous, they are the main infantry of the Legion. Unknown
IconSmall FelLord.gif Fel lord Master of felhounds, prominent Legion general during the War of the Ancients Unknown
IconSmall Dreadlord.gif Nathrezim Usually serving as commanders of Legion's troops or supervisors, the dreadlords do not always engage in combat, and are more likely to meddle behind the scenes. Nathreza
Nightmare IconSmall Felsteed.gif Felsteed Demonic steeds that can be summoned by experienced warlocks. Unknown
IconSmall Dreadsteed.gif [Dreadsteed] Great demonic steeds who only respond to the call of the most powerful warlocks in the land. Xoroth
IconSmall Observer.gif Observer Many-eyed demons thirsting for knowledge about magic. Unknown
IconSmall Overfiend.gif Overfiend Unknown demons under the Burning Legion. Unknown
IconSmall Satyr.gif Satyr Mortals corrupted as a reward or as punishment by Sargeras' curse. Azeroth, Xoroth[2]
Sayaad IconSmall Succubus.gif Succubus They serve the Burning Legion by conducting nightmarish interrogations. Unknown
Incubi Have never been seen. Unknown
IconSmall Shivarra.gif Shivarra Religious front line commanders of the legion. They are totally devoted to Sargeras as their god, and inspire the troops. Unknown
IconSmall Tothrezim.gif Tothrezim Icon-RPG.png Distant cousin race of the nathrezim, laborers and researchers of the Burning Legion, responsible for the creation of the infernals. Unknown
IconSmall VoidTerror.gif Void terror Large, two-headed demons with vast magical powers. Unknown
IconSmall Wyrmtongue.gif Wyrmtongue Slaves used by the Legion for manual labor. Unknown

But it looks messy IMO and might as well go back to the bulleted list which is better for this kind of format. --Aquamonkeyeg (talk) 23:13, 24 January 2017 (UTC)

Thanks. I see the problem, and I've found a solution. Give me a few minutes. -- MyMindWontQuiet (talk) 23:14, 24 January 2017 (UTC)
Tables are nice for their clarity, while bulleted lists are nice for their hierarchy. It is possible to use both. Keep the table, but instead of merging the rows as I suggested before, the result should be [[1]]. Just need to figure out how to do it. -- MyMindWontQuiet (talk) 23:22, 24 January 2017 (UTC)


  1. ^ Borgstrom, Rebecca; Eric Brennan, Genevieve Cogman, and Michael Goodwin. Manual of Monsters, 112. ISBN 978-1588-4607-07. 
  2. ^ Xorothian Satyr