The yugoloth are another name for daemons, a kind of neutral evil extraplanar outsider.[2] They are the most prominent inhabitants of the plane of Mabar, the Endless Night.[3]

Types of Yugoloth Edit

  • Arcanaloth: Jackal-headed scribes, record-keepers, negotiators, and deal-makers of the yugoloths.[2]
  • Canoloth: Doglike scouts and skirmishers.[2]
  • Corruptor of Fate: Stealthy and cunning manipulators of luck, they often become assassins.[4]
  • Mezzoloth: Insectile footsoldiers of the yugoloth.[2]
  • Nycaloth: Green, gargoyle-like elite cavalry of the yugoloths.[2]
  • Ultroloth: Cruel officers of the yugoloths.[2]
  • Voor: Tentacled, hulking brutes used as guardians, protectors, bodyguards, and enforcers. Greater versions are known as dreadful lashers.[4]

Appearance & Personality Edit

Nycaloth Mezzoloth

Abilities Edit

Notable Personalities



Keith Baker has suggested on his website that the Captain may be a rogue yugoloth or secretly working to further the themes of despair as present on the plane of Mabar.[6]

External LinksEdit


  1. Per the Eberron Campaign Setting on page 47, yugoloths would speak Mabran.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Monster Manual III.  (April 2005). Wizards of the CoastISBN 0-7869-3430-1.
  3. Eberron Campaign Setting. Keith Baker, Bill Slavicsek, and James Wyatt (2004). Wizards of the CoastISBN 0-7869-3274-0.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Monster Manual V.  (July 2007). Wizards of the CoastISBN 0-7869-4115-4.
  5. Explorer's Handbook. David Noonan, Rich Burlew, and Frank Brunner (2005). Wizards of the CoastISBN 0-7869-3691-6.
  6. Keith Baker (10/10/2017). The Endless Night. Archived from the original on 08/25/2018. “Does the Mysterious yugoloth Captain of the Crimson Ship hail from Mabar? If so, is he working for or against the consuming darkness? I didn’t work on the Explorer's Handbook, so I don’t know what the creator of the Crimson Ship had in mind. Given that he’s tooling around the Material Plane and at least appears to have a neutral alignment, it seems likely that he’s some form of rogue; on the other hand, the apparent neutral alignment could be a deception, and his assistance or demands could be calculated to cause despair or loss.”
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