Name: Caacrinolaas
Real Name: Caacrinolaas, Glasya-Labolas, Caassimolar
Species: Fallen Angel
Age: Timeless
Height: Variable (the size of a large dog)
Hair: Gold
Eyes: Red
Nationality: Hell


Caacrinolaas is one of Solomon’s seventy-two demons, an elite cadre of fallen angels who offer their services to any who would summon them. But as tempting as that offer may seem on the surface,  there is always a catch.

The Twenty-fifth Spirit is Caacrinolaas. He is a Mighty President and Earl, and showeth himself in the form of a Dog with Wings like a Gryphon. He teacheth all Arts and Sciences in an instant, can make the summoner invisible, and is the Author and Captain of Murder and Bloodshed. He teacheth all things Past, and to Come. If desired he causeth the love or enmity both of Friends and of Foes. He hath under his command 36 Legions of Spirits.

Caacrinolaas is the Author of Murder.  He was the one tasked by Lucifer with corrupting the First Family, and it was his idea to tell Cain to kill Abel.  History is soaked with the blood he has shed, and he revels in it.  Although Caacrinolaas is happy to provide other servives, even causing love between enemies, his plans always end in murder.  Caacrinolaas believes deeply that mankind’s natural state is unbridled, violent, and “free,” and his ultimate plans are to return humanity to its “true savage self.”

Caacrinolaas takes the appearance of a large, shaggy, golden-furred dog with gryphon’s wings.  He could almost look dignified or friendly if not for the horns on his head, or the sheer unbridled hatred lurking just beneath his eyes.  Caacrinolaas’s exact level of power depends on how he was summoned, though even at his weakest he is a terror.

Although it is impossible to damage a demon’s soul, Caacrinolaas’s manifested body can be injured or killed, banishing him until he is called onto this plane again.  Even then, he is nearly impossible to put down with his immense strength, magical powers, and ability to heal from almost any damage.  If he has a weakness, it’s his impulsive nature and tendency to commit to his actions – if Caacrinolaas decides to pounce on you, he will do so even if it isn’t the best idea for him.  That’s small comfort when he sinks his teeth into your throat, however.

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