Fanmade:Mephisto's Handmaiden


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Mephisto's Handmaidens are undead sorceresses used in combat against the allies of the High Heavens.

Stub sm.jpg The Mephisto's Handmaiden is not an official monster: It's a fan monster. Author(s) of the article are:
    Butch Audacity

Diablo III Monster[edit]

Diablo III Monster [e]
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Mephisto's Handmaiden
Classification: Undead
Monster Family: Undead Spellcaster
Role: Shock troops
Monster Stats
Life: N/A
Mana: N/A
Armor: Bones
Resistance: High resistance to cold
Armament: Beak, Feet, Spells
DPS: Unknown
Low Damage: N/A
High Damage: N/A
Range: Melee
Speed: Unknown
Movement: Fast
Monster Modifiers
Ice Bolt, Fireball, Lightning Bolt
Found In
Torajan Jungles Kurast


The Handmaidens appear as mummified women who are missing their lower halves. It is rumored that the undead sorceress have their lower halves removed during some ritual to increase their power. To compensate for the lack of mobility, the Handmaidens bodies are strapped to predatory flightless bird skeletons. The birds skeletons are from a species of flightless bird native to the Torajan Jungles to the south and appear to be closely related to the Phorusrhacids, or Terror Birds, of South America that lived during the Cenozoic period.

Mephisto's Handmaidens are fierce in combat, using various elemental spells to wage war. A handmaiden will alternate from fire to frost to electrical spells. The skeleton bird's feet and beak are also nasty weapons. The best way to fight Mephisto's handmaidens is to try to knock off the sorceress from the bird skeleton. The sorceress body is easily dispatched while separated from the bird skeleton. The bird skeleton will continue to fight and is more of a struggle to destroy.