King Ashmody was a Bazrrod demon lord.
Ashmody was considered the demon of lust, and he was known for the legions of incubuses and succubae, see: Succubus, under his command, having as well achieved fortune setting and overseeing gambling houses.
In Karentian Christian tradition, it was said he had 72 legions of demons under his command.
Ashmody the Half Human Edit
Ashmody wasn't born as a Bazrrod demon lord, but was the son of one of the Librarians of Dume and the demoness succubus Mahlat. Having the blood of the librarians, the half-demon was able to use some of the artifacts of the Sky Age that no other demon could. Mahlat, having grown found of the son of her body, gave him a Soul Shard.
One of the more feared agents and generals of the Dark Legion in the Dumian-Demon Wars and one of the agents of the Fall of Dume. For his success, as in his old age his body was failing, he was hand-picked by Saatan who, along Mahlat, forged a Soul Stone for Ashmody.
As the half-human body finally decayed, in a ritual only known to Saatan, Ashmody consciousness was transferred to the soul stone, becoming a full Bazrrod demon lord.
Ashmody the Chimera Edit
The new body he was given was monstrous in nature: He was described as "strong, powerful and appeared with three heads; the first is like a bull, the second like a man, and the third like a ram; the tail of a serpent, and from his mouth issue flames of fire." Also, he rode into battle an infernal dragon, holding a lance with a banner.
He fathered numerous, powerful succubae, see: Succubus, who served in his legions.
While he could be terrible, being depicted as vengeful, often he appeared repeatedly in the light of a good-natured and humorous fellow.
As the Dark Legion settled in Polforia, he gained from Saatan the right to set and oversee gambling houses in the demonic cities, where his succubae served their wealthy patrons, amassing a large fortune: a successful business demon, Ashmody became less and less interested in commanding armies and legions, except when it was for personal revenge.