A flawless female face that looks like porcelain stares blankly at you. Her small form is decorated with two black buttons for eyes, dark red lips, and braided raven hair topped by a red ribbon. She wears a simple schoolgirl’s outfit.
Spd 30 ft.
Str 10, Dex 15, Con 12, Int 13, Wis 14, Cha 17
Once per day, an arusities can draw the essence from one evil living creature. This deals 1d3 Charisma damage.
An arusities can become inert and appear as a simple doll. When inert, she does not radiate an aura of evil and an observer must succeed on a DC 20 Perception check to notice that the doll-like demon is actually alive.
It is neither magic ritual nor spell that summons the arusities from the pits of Hell, but desire. Specifically, an arusities is drawn to the Material Plane by the desires of a child who wants for nothing, yet still wants more. This young, primal greed pulls the arusities into the lives of selfish children.
Environment any (Hell, Urban)
Arusities, or “doll devils” as some have named them, are native to the fiery pits of Hell. They look like porcelain dolls and although most are female some male arusities have been reported. They never speak directly but prefer to communicate through telepathy. They are immune to the fires of Hell and can see clearly in the darkest of night.
Arusities are corruptors of children. They play with children and counsel them to commit acts of selfishness and deceit. Over time, the doll devil encourages children to act in a more and more selfish way until they are firmly on the path of evil. Once it corrupts one child, it draws his essence until such time that the child slips into a coma or dies outright. As the child passes, the arusities snatches the escaping soul and shifts automatically back to Hell with its prize.