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Bile Demon
BileDemon
Statistics
Appears in Dungeon Keeper
Dungeon Keeper 2
Faction Creatures
Attracted By 5x5 Lair, 5x5 Hatchery (DK1)


Hatchery 5x5, Workshop 3x3 (DK2)

Sacrifice Recipe 3 Spiders (DK1)

2 Vampires (DK2)

Job Class Fighter
Fighter Class Blocker
Base Wage 98 (DK1)
600 (DK2)
Base Health 1200
Spells Level 1- Hand to Hand
Level 2- Poison Cloud
Level 4- Fart
Level 7- Grenade (DK1)

Lv.4 - Gas Cloud
Lv.8 - Gas Missile (DK2)
Possession Skills Grenade (DK1)
Dwarf Chucking (DK2)
Immune to Gas (DK1), Poison (DK2)
Likes Eating, Training, Manufacturing
Hates Skeletons

The Bile Demon is a creature type in Dungeon Keeper and Dungeon Keeper 2. They are some of the toughest creatures in a keeper's arsenal (and the fattest).

DescriptionEdit

"A very big, red, greedy creature that eats you out of house and Dungeon if you are not careful. Despite this, they are excellent fighters and as hard as nails. Also, their primary job is manufacturing. If they don’t get enough food, they will get angry and sleep until food arrives."--Dungeon Keeper Manual

General Information (Dungeon Keeper)Edit

Bile Demons are very durable units. Their health values are some of the highest of any creature (except the Horned Reaper and Avatar). Even at lower levels, they can tie down strong enemies for long periods of time if need be. They move with medium speed(dragons and giants are slower). They are immune to all forms of gas, be it from other Bile Demons, Witches or even traps. As they use Poison Cloud a lot during fights it is better not to let them fight together with other melee fighters that are not immune to gas. On level 4 they learn Fart, a spell that is only learned by Bile Demons, works like Poison Cloud at melee range and doesn´t hurt allies.

Their massive weight means that they are not affected by Whirlwind, therefore they are good to fight against Witches. They won´t take damage when slapped, although it still lowers their happiness.

In terms of upkeep, Bile Demons eat more than any other creature in the game: they can eat up to six chickens per visit. This makes keeping larger numbers of Bile Demons a daunting task without a sufficiently large hatchery. Having not enough food makes them angry very quick. On the other hand they have rather average wages as even a level 10 Bile Demon only demands 406 gold on payday.

Bile Demons are excellent craftsmen and seek out Workshops by default, although they are not quite as good at manufacturing as Trolls.

Bile Demons are natural enemies of Skeletons, and the two species fight if placed in the same Lair; they also refuse to group with each other in a Barracks.

Beneficial Sacrifices
Creature Creature Creature Result
Bile Demon Troll Dark Mistress Horned Reaper
1 Bile Demon 1 Beetle -- Casts Protect Monster on your creatures FX
Harmful Sacrifices
Creature Creature Creature Result
2 Bile Demons -- -- All friendly creatures turn into Chickens

General Information (Dungeon Keeper 2)Edit

Bile Demons are huge and gluttonous creatures cursed with notoriously poor control of the most rudimentary bodily functions. Their primary use is combat, a field in which their success owes more to their hefty bulk than to any particular combat skills. However, they do also have basic construction skills so can be put to work in the Workshop.

Bile Demons, not best known for their intellect, loathe researching. They also have an ongoing antipathy towards giants. If possible, they’ll set up their beds in the proximity of a Hatchery to avoid having to waddle too far for food.

The Bile Demon is the slowest creature you have, but is also the highest health creature you can attract. They need food, a lot, so place plenty hatcheries around to avoid unhappiness.

They have extremely high health, 1/3 more than a black Knight, and even more than a royal guard. They tend to outlast most creatures in a combat pit melee, even if they are 3 levels or more lower.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Whenever you slap a Bile Demon they will briefly display two fingers up at you in anger.
    • In some countries, namely the United Kingdom and Australia, this is often the equivalent to a middle finger in the US. This is always done with the back of the hand towards the target.


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Beetle-icon Beetle · Bile-demon-icon Bile Demon · Dark-mistress-icon Mistress · Demon-spawn-icon Demon Spawn · Dragon-icon Dragon · Fly-icon Fly · Ghost-icon Ghost · Hound-icon Hound · Horned-reaper-icon Horned Reaper · Imp-icon Imp · Orc-icon Orc · Skeleton-icon Skeleton · Spider-icon Spider · Tentacle-icon Tentacle · Troll-icon Troll · Vampire-icon Vampire · Warlock-icon Warlock
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