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Glasya, Princess of the Nine HellsD&D Insider Article
by Robert J. Schwalb

W ith a few rare exceptions, the gods do not make a habit of sharing their power with offspring; divine children are uncommon at best. Glasya is one of those rarities. She was sired by Asmodeus on his con- cubine, Bensozia, once called the Queen of Hell, not long after wresting Baator from He Who Was. Benso- zia was one of the dead god’s brides, so to Asmodeus it was only fitting to claim her for his own.

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