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Hell Hound and Cerberus

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Hell Hounds and Cerberi are level 3 creatures of Inferno. They are recruited from the Kennels.

"These demon canines have a fearsome bite and good mobility. Cerberi have three heads and can attack three adjacent enemies in a single attack."&#;RoE manual

Building the Cages increases Hell Hound and Cerberus growth by 3 per week.

Special ability[edit]

While hell hounds have no special ability, cerberi have an ability phrased as 3-headed attack. It allows cerberi to attack three adjacent hexes at the same time causing individual damage to the hexes. The adjacent hexes are determined from the direction of the attack. The hexes affected by cerberi's attack is the target hex, and the ones to the left and to the right to it. However, creatures that are two hexes wide do not suffer double damage from cerberi's attack. Additionally, cerberus attack do not enable a retaliation from the target.

Heroes with a specialty[edit]

  • FionaFiona the Demoniac has hell hounds as a specialty, which increases the attack and defense skills of any hell hounds or cerberi for each level attained after 3rd level and gives them a speed bonus of 1.

Restoration of Erathia and Armageddon's Blade[edit]

In Restoration of Erathia and Armageddon's Blade there was unique situation when damage of the unit decreased after upgrade { for Hell Hounds and for Cerberi). It was changed in Shadow of Death.

See also:


Sours: https://heroes.thelazy.net/index.php/Hell_hound_and_cerberus

Hellhound

Hellhound

A demonic dog of hell, usually referring to Cerberus, the dog of Hades from Greek Mythology. The ghostly hounds are said to haunt parts of the United Kingdom and many names are given to the apparitions: Black Shuck of East Anglia, Moddey Dhoo of the Isle of Man, Gwyllgi of Wales. Hellhounds are a common creature in fantasy fiction, such as in Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Hound of the Baskervilles" and Frank Belknap Long's "The Hounds of Tinadalos". They are also a common enemy in role-playing and video games, including "Dungeons & Dragons", "Shadowrun", "RuneScape", "Adventure Quest" and the "Zork" series.

&#; Pad of Definitions ( Crossroad Blues), Official Website

History

Right after God said 'let there be light.' He made a whole bunch of things. Posies, koalas, hellhounds. He wanted the Creator's best friend, but the hounds were too vicious. So He planned on having them put down, until along came our favorite fallen angel. He rescued one of the hounds, a pregnant bitch named Ramsey.

&#; Crowley, Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

Hellhounds were one of the first things created by God to act as companions to Himself. However, when the hounds proved to be too vicious He had them destroyed, except for one which was pregnant and rescued by Lucifer. Ramsey became the offshoot Alpha of every hellhound that roams Hell and earth.

Characteristics

Hellhound depicted in lore.

Hellhounds are aggressive, violent dogs that can and do serve demons. They commonly appear to kill a person who has made a deal with a crossroads demon allowing the person's soul to be harvested by Hell. In the days proceeding the end of a person's time, they will appear to the victim in dreams. The person will also hallucinate, and be able to see the true face of demons when they are possessing humans. Their origins date back to sometime after the Leviathans were locked away in Purgatory and before humanity was created. They are also used to hunt down renegade demons and drag them back to Hell.

On the earthly plane hellhounds are usually invisible to humans. Their vision is desaturated of color, with motion blur around the periphery.

Powers and abilities

  • Enhanced senses – It is said once they have the scent of a person they won't stop until they catch them.[1]
  • Invisibility – Hellhounds are invisible to humans until that person is near death or looking through an object scorched with holy fire, such as a pair of glasses.
  • Invulnerability – Hellhounds are capable of surviving attacks from conventional weapons such as guns.
  • Super strength and speed – Hellhounds have tremendous strength and speed, and are capable of easily running down and killing humans and demons.

Weaknesses

Episodes

Crossroad Blues

People who have made a deal with the crossroads demon are pursued and attacked by hellhounds. It kills two, but leaves the last alone when Dean makes a deal with the demon to trade the man's life for the demon's freedom.

Despite using devil's shoestring to keep them at bay, Bela is taken by hellhounds when her deal is up.

No Rest for the Wicked

Hellhounds come for Dean when his deal is up. One kills him and drags him to Hell.

Abandon All Hope

Meg appears with hellhounds who attack on her command. After fatally injuring Jo, she and Ellen kill the hellhounds using bombs containing Salt and Iron nails. One is also apparently killed by Dean with the Colt though it is unclear.

The Devil You Know

Demons track Crowley and send a hellhound after him. Dean tries desperately to hold the hound off, when suddenly Crowley reappears with his own, apparently much bigger hellhound. They escape while the hellhounds fight it out.

Weekend at Bobby's

Bobby traps Crowley in a devil's trap made with blacklight paint. He plans to leave Crowley in the trap until he gives him his soul back, but Crowley has brought his hellhound along. The hellhound growls in Bobby's face and Bobby is forced to release Crowley or become "Alpo."

Caged Heat

A group of hellhounds guard Crowley's monster prison. Meg kills them with Castiel's angel blade.

Deancomes face to face with a hellhound for the first trial.

Trial and Error

Kevin Tran learns from the demon tablet that as the first of three tests one must endure before being able to close the Gates of Hell, the person seeking to do so must kill a hellhound and bathe in its blood. In order to do so, Sam and Dean try to track down someone who's deal is about to come due and come upon the Cassity family who struck oil where there should be none.

As Carl Granville, Margot Cassity and Ellie's deals are up, Crowley sends a hellhound to kill them. As Sam and Dean mistakenly believe it is after Alice Cassity, the hellhound kills Carl with no problems and then kills Margo the next night, though Sam tries and fails to save her by shooting it. As the hellhound goes after Ellie, Dean, wearing glasses scorched with Holy Fire which allows him to see the hellhound, faces off against it with Ruby's knife, but the hellhound is too quick for him and knocks him to the ground, knocking the glasses and knife away. However, before it can kill him, Sam shoots it and gets the knife. As the hound tries to bite him, Sam cuts it open lengthwise, killing it. Dean and Sam later make a hex bag for Ellie and tell her to go on the run so that Crowley can't find her and send another hellhound to collect on their deal.

King of the Damned

When Sam and Dean are sent to retrieve the First Blade from a cemetery, they are confronted and chased by a hellhound. Once they've barricaded themselves in a mausoleum, Dean places a call to Crowley, who had believed the hellhound was collected prior to Sam and Dean's arrival. Dean places Crowley on speakerphone and has him call of the hellhound, which was revealed to be named Juliet.

Beyond the Mat

When Gunner Lawless kills Duke, it causes hellhounds to be released to collect his soul. While Sam and Dean try to give him weapons to defend himself, he refuses, telling them he deserves what he has coming for the lives he took and tells Sam and Dean to get out of there. As Sam and Dean flee, Gunner stares down the door as it breaks open and a hellhound comes charging at him.

Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

Two demons release Ramsey, a vicious hellhound rescued by Lucifer when God ordered the extermination of the hellhound species. Ramsey goes on to attack a man Marcus and his girlfriend Gwen Hernandez who happened to trespass into his her den. Ramsey brutally mauls Marcus, and when turning her attention to Gwen is hit with an axe by Gwen sending her retreating.

Realizing they are dealing with a hellhound, Sam and Dean go to speak with Gwen, Ramsey is able to sneak into the house and when Gwen throws the Winchesters out of her home, she soon watches invisible claws gouge the floor, and screams as Ramsey barks and snarls at her, chasing her from the room. She tries to barricade herself in another room, but Ramsey barges in and pins her to the floor, clawing beside her head as she screams. Sam and Dean hear Gwen's screams and enter, shooting at Ramsey. Dean hits her, causing Ramsey to yelp in pain, and jump through the window making her escape. Explaining that she was attacked by a hellhound, Sam and Dean place a call to Crowley telling him that one of his hellhounds has gone rogue. Crowely learns that Ramsey has escaped, and orders the kennel guards killed before teleporting to Sam and Dean's location. He explains to Sam and Dean the origins of hellhounds and how Ramsey was the last surviving hellhound when God saw them to be to vicious.

The four go hunting for Ramsey at the camp grounds where Marcus was killed. While Dean and Crowley look for Ramsey's den, Sam and Gwen wait in the Impala. Dean and Crowely find the den, which is empty except for Marcus' body. Ramsey soon attacks the Impala, and in the fight Sam's hellhound glasses get knocked off, but is able to impale Ramsey with an angel blade, killing her.

There's Something About Mary

Crowley loans out a hellhound to Mr. Ketch, who uses it to track down and maul Eileen Leahy in South Carolina, to ensure the death can be placed on the supernatural and not the British Men of Letters.

Later at the BMOL Mobile Command, Ketch is showing off the hellhound to Lady Bevell, asking it to sit for her and feeding it a treat of raw meat. When Lady Bevell questions how Ketch knows the hellhound sat for him, Ketch simply tells her what else is he going to do, as he is not going to say "bad dog" as the hellhound can be very unpleasant.

Ruby's hellhound guards about to be obliterated.

Golden Time

Eileen Leahy's ghost reveals that the hellhound dragged her soul to Hell when it killed her.

Destiny's Child

Outside of a church where Ruby hid the Occultum, the Winchesters, Jack, and Castiel are confronted by two hellhounds left by the demon to protect the Occultum. Barricading themselves in the church, Sam attempts to hold the door closed while the others find the Occultum. Later, as the hellhounds break in, Jack returns from the Occultum in an orb of light which releases waves of energy. The energy waves make the hellhounds briefly visible and disintegrates them.

Trivia

  • Crowley's hellhound is known in fandom as Growley.
  • Trial and Error is the first episode where a hellhound is seen. Until then, they were invisible. Sometimes the hellhounds point of view was seen, which showed the world as very desaturated.
  • From Jim Michaels: "Anytime we have a Hellhound in an episode of Supernatural, this is the size we imagine they are!"

  • Senior compositor Steve McLeod takes a hellhound for a walk; pic provided via Steve's twitter.

References

Sours: http://www.supernaturalwiki.com/Hellhound
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Hellhounds are beasts of the supernatural, which are known to serve demons. Described as demonic pitbulls, hellhounds are ferocious, terrifying entities that inspire fear in humans, demons and even angels.

With time they became&#;tasked with collecting the souls of&#;humans whose deals are come due. In such circumstances, hellhounds can only be seen by those whom they have come for, making them a sort of Reaper of the damned. They are also seen working for other demons, usually acting as foot soldiers, guards and/or assassins.

According to Crowley, no demon knows the hounds better than him.

characteristics[]

Hellhounds are voracious, tenacious, and intelligent. Once a hound has the scent of its target, it has it for life and will never give up the hunt until one or the other is dead, or unless its master calls it off. They can be clever,

almost impossible to trick or distract, and are not disinclined to improvisation in order to get to their prey. Hellhounds will often physically rip their victims to shreds in order to collect their souls. In some cases, however, their mere presence is enough to literally scare people to death. Other times, the victims will be driven to commit suicide.

They appear as ferocious black dogs or wolves with red eyes. They vary in size, ranging from standard large-sized dogs, to that of a small horse. They generate some kind of black aura around themselves, making them appear made of shadows.

As canines, they are loyal, and answer only to the demons they serve and their rulers; they cannot be swayed or bargained with, either. Not even Crowley could devise a way to throw them off, short of using a bigger&#;hound of his own to kill them.

Exactly how they are controlled is unclear. They have been shown to understand verbal commands, but sometimes they have stopped simply because the demon they serve changed their mind.

Hellhounds are vulnerable to iron, salt, The Colt, an Angel Blade and Ruby's knife. They are generally invisible unless the human they are after made a crossroads deal or is looking at them with an object scorched with Holy Fire.

Hierarchy / Masters[]

Any demon can command a hellhound, but very few of them can overpower one, or at least many at the same time. It is unknown if any demon or even angels could overpower one without the use of certain weapons. In the episode The Devil You Know, it is revealed that Crowley has a hellhound. This hellhound is bigger than most others and Crowley uses it to fight off another, smaller hellhound.

Though Hellhounds serve demons, they do have their own hierarchy. It combines both the systems of a human kingdom and wolf pack ranks. A King or Queen ( can also be called an Alpha ) rules the hounds and their word is absolute. The only one who can overrule the Alpha is the ruler of Hell ( ie. Lilith, Lucifer, Crowley ). Under the Alpha, is one or several Beta's who can also be called Princes or Princesses and who are their second-in-commands. They can be overruled by the Alpha or the demons that rule Hell, but are usually stronger then any other hound. Under them, are assassins, guards and other jobs that hounds take on.

The Alpha acts as bodyguard of sorts for the current ruler of Hell, among other responsibilities. The Beta('s) usually guards the ruler of Hell's second-in-command, but this is not required. In the Alpha's absence, they temporarily take over rule. Most lower ranking hounds are paired with a crossroads demon where they retrieve the souls of people's whose contracts are up. Assassins are just that; they are sent by either a demon or higher raking hound to assassinate someone ( usually the victims are human ). Guards protect important objects or demons.

Powers & Abilities[]

  • Invisibility - Hellhounds are invisible to humans, except under special circumstances. However, many supernatural creatures, such as demons and angels, can see them. They can also be seen by the humans they are assigned to hunt and through an object scorched with Holy Fire. Though many hounds choose to ramain invisible to human eyes, they are able to be seen by them if they wish. They appear as very large dogs or wolves when not invisible.
  • Invulnerability - Hellhounds cannot be killed by conventional means or weapons. However, weapons like Ruby's Knife, or an Angel blade, can kill them.
  • Super senses - Just like any supernatural creature, their senses are extremely keen.
  • Super speed - They are naturally much faster than humans.
  • Super stamina - Once a hellhound has the scent of its prey, it will never stop hunting him or her, unless it is killed or called off by its master.
  • Super strength - A hellhound is able to overpower and kill humans and even demons and possibly Angels.
  • Tracking - They can locate any human or demon they are sent after.
  • Hallucinations -&#; When close to their prey, hellhounds cause their victims to experience hallucinations, so as to frighten them out of hiding and leave them defenseless. They can also show these
  • Shapeshifting - Though the hound form is their natural one ( and prefer it ), they can also appear as humans.
  • Travel - They are able to travel in and out of Hell easily.
  • Eyes - When a demon shows their true eye colour, they are black, red, white or yellow. This colour covers the whole eye. For a hell hound, only their iris ( the coloured part ) turns different colours. Most of the time, thier eyes glow red, but other colours such as amber or blue are seen as well.

Weaknesses[]

  • Salt - serves as a barrier which they cannot pass. Shotgun rounds filled with rock salt can also harm them.
  • Goofer Dust - Can be used to create a barrier, like salt.
  • Devil's Shoe String - This herb can serve as a barrier preventing Hellhounds from passing through a door it's placed over.
  • Demon-Killing Knife - Ruby's knife can kill them.
  • The Colt - This gun proves the most effective, as Dean uses it to kill one in Abandon All Hope.
  • Angel blade - This weapon can kill one, as Meg demonstrates in Caged Heat.
    • Archangel Blade - This weapon can probably kill one, as it is presumably more powerful than a standard Angel blade.
  • Iron - Iron can harm and even kill Hellhounds, as demonstrated in the episode "Abandon All Hope" in which Ellen and Jo sacrifice themselves to destroy the attacking Hellhounds by detonating a propane bomb filled with iron nails and rock salt.

Notes[]

  • Until Trial and Error, Hellhounds were never seen by viewers of the show. They are shown to be transparent with bright red eyes, and even appear to be covered with blue flames or smoke.
  • Meg&#;is the only known character to have grappled with multiple Hellhounds and not only survive, but win. Sam&#;however has managed to kill one, as has Dean.
  • Jo died from wounds sustained during a Hellhound attack; so did Dean (and presumably&#;Bela too).
  • The book illustration of a Hellhound in the picture above is actually an image of the Norse God Fenrir.
  • Mark Sheppard has stated that Crowley's pet Hellhound is named "Growly".
  • Sam and Dean once considered black dogs to be responsible with hellhound attacks.
  • According to War of the Sons Hellhounds were created by Lilith.
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