Everyone loves tieflings right?
If you are ready to cosplay Critical Role’s Mollymauk or Jester, or your own OC D&D tiefling, we have some products for you.
Products to use for your Tiefling costume:
The great thing about tieflings, is they can be so varied in their appearance. You can go for big horns, like our satyr horns, or small ones that glue onto your forehead with spirit gum.
Pretty much any of our ears would work, but I think that the Nomad Elf Ears and the Faun Elf ears would work the best for most costumes.
Tails for a tielfling costume:
We don’t have any tails available at the moment, but check back in the future!
Tieflings were human-based planetouched, native outsiders that were infused with the touch of the fiendish planes, most often through descent from fiends—demons, Yugoloths, devils, evil deities, and others who had bred with humans. Tieflings were known for their cunning and personal allure, which made them excellent deceivers as well as inspiring leaders when prejudices were laid aside.
Although their evil ancestors could be many generations removed, the taint lingered. Unlike half-fiends, tieflings were not predisposed to evil alignments and varied in alignment nearly as widely as full humans, though tieflings were certainly devious. The celestial counterparts of tieflings were called aasimar.
Tieflings tended to have an unsettling air about them, and most people were uncomfortable around them, whether they were aware of the tiefling’s unsavory ancestry or not. While some looked like normal humans, most retained physical characteristics derived from their ancestor, with the most common such features being horns, prehensile tails, and pointed teeth. Some tieflings also had eyes that were solid orbs of black, red, white, silver, or gold, while others had eyes more similar to those of humans. Other, more unusual characteristics included a sulfurous odor, cloven feet, or a general aura of discomfort they left on others.
In many other ways, tieflings were similar to humans physically. Tieflings were, on average, just as tall as humans, from 5’6″ – 6’2″ (1.67 – 1.88 m) and weighed just a little bit heavier at 140 – 220 lbs (64 – 91 kg). Tiefling skin was usually human-like in color, though extending past normal human colors into reddish hues as well. Tiefling hair was also often the same color as human hair, though dark blue, red, or purple were common shades amongst the race. Although it was not always the case, tieflings tended to have better reflexes than their human kin. This, along with their natural propensity for hiding and deceit helped to give tieflings a reputation for thievery and duplicity.
Tieflings who had strikingly inhuman features were often killed at birth by their horrified parents or others. Only those tieflings with subtle features or born to someone indifferent to their appearance, either out of acceptance or cruel purpose, were likely to reach adulthood. Those tieflings who did reach adulthood could be expected to age at roughly the same rate. They had life spans roughly 20 to 40 years longer than normal humans.