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Named after Glasya-Labolas, the demon from the Ars Goetia that provides the name of another big-name villain in a franchise belonging to Wizards of the Coast, Glasya is the daughter of Asmodeus and the current Lord of the Sixth. She looks like a beautiful young woman with brown skin, wings, a tail with a half-moon shaped tip and a pair of horns jutting out of her forehead. She is more than willing to lure unsuspecting victims into her embrace, only for her to release a virulent disease that sloughs the flesh from their bones and has them suffer a hideously painful death, with the last thing they hear being Glasya's laughter. Fortunately for their relationship, her boy toy's totally into that. Devils love their beyond-hardcore S&M; it thrills their desire for power to abuse corruptly.

Glasya overthrew the previous ruler of Malbolge by making her predecessor gruesomely explode and reshaping the layer forever. Any who challenge her rule or, even worse, humiliate her will receive endless sessions of hideous torment. She is very sadistic and enjoys both observing and inflicting torture, training many highly-skilled servants in the infliction of pain. The Princess of Hell urges her cultists to experiment in various ways to increase their depravity, readying them for an as-of-yet unknown goal. She gets along great with Fierna, since they're very alike, and has started turning her against her father, Belial. Glasya might also have rekindled her relationship with Mammon, but both go to great lengths to keep whatever's going on between them to themselves. Officially she despises Levistus and wants to destroy him in revenge of her mother's death, but as of yet is unable to do so, because her father wants her to first maneuver him into breaking infernal law first, as a training exercise. Unofficially she wants to do this to prevent the truth coming out that she murdered her mother, not Levistus, at least in 4th edition, in other editions Levistus is indeed the murderer. While in his prison Levistus is safe, but Glasya will take the first opportunity she gets to destroy him if he ever gets out. (Which is probably never.) The others lords keep their distance, mainly because they see her as a tool of Asmodeus to consolidate his rule over the Hells. Outwardly she seems loyal to her father, but since she is a devil it is only a matter of time before she will turn against him. Old Scratch brought her up "right," after all.

The Archdukes of Hell
Avernus Bel or Zariel
Dis Dispater
Minauros Mammon
Phlegethos Belial/Fierna
Stygia Levistus
Malbolge Glasya
Maladomini Baalzebul
Cania Mephistopheles
Nessus Asmodeus