Asteroth is a male demon, and generally one of the less passionate demons. More cerebral in his overall temperament, his presence and influence are never the less typically seen as threatening and toxic, and his advice as corrupting. Care to guess what he advises people to do? What he teaches?
Sex? Lie? No. Crafts and the humanities, invention. It’s thought that if one is inspired by Asteroth, they will not place adequate faith in divine authority.
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