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Hmm, if I remember my fluff correctly, they've pretty much literally had their soul taken, chewed up by the worst the lower planes can offer and spat back out again for a "do-over" second chance in a new meat-suit. The "new meat-suit" bit is what's important. Whatever else they used to be, now they're a Hellbred.
Sooo, whatever you want them to look like, except with a permanent emo-goth thing going on with their eyes. Or at least what emo-goths want their eyes to look like...you know the whole "tortured soul" thing. 'cos, you know, a Hellbred really is. A tortured soul, that is.
Check out Tiefling and/or Vampire artwork; a lot of that might be appropriate. As might other Planetouched. If you want a more exotic looking Hellbred, maybe some Githzerai/Githyanki stuff might fit your image.
I apologise if I come across agressive. I'm the sort of person that will poke a wasps nest, just to see what happens. I don't hate you, I just like a good argument
Credit for Avvytar to drKarling (based on original artwork by Squaff, in turn based on Spectre, a character of my creation)
I don't know, am not finding a good character portrait for such a race, what do you folks think?
The description honestly sounds most like a 4e tiefling.
So, some variant of Hell Boy.
__________________ Surprise Obligations (Condition) You have something occur that requires immediate attention, despite anything else you may have been doing. You suffer a -1 to all rolls to persuade any individual that you make promises of timely action to.
When the surprise obligations are resolved (or when all bridges have been burnt, and you have no one with which this condition comes into play) take a beat.