This article is about the Telepath RPG 2 character. You may be looking for the Hellion from Servants of God.

Portrait Hellion
Vital statistics
Class Shadowling Guardian
Status Trainer
Gender Male
Race Shadowling
Faction Shadowling Empire
Location Somnus
Hellion (Telepath RPG 2)

Hellion in Telepath RPG 2

Hellion appears in Telepath RPG Chapter 2.


Hellion is an elite shadowling soldier who is ordered to train the Hero. He acts demeaningly to Fleshlings, particularly the Hero.


Hellion trains the Hero, if the Hero proves his worth in battle (after Mission 1.)


Make sure you have completed Mission 1, and found the Mechanics' Base, then go talk to him saying that you have proved yourself, if he says, "If what you say is true, I will hear of it soon.", just close the message and talk to him again, you will need to pay X amount of gold depending on your aptitude.


"I know exactly who you are. You are a flesh creature, frail and pitiful. You are also Tastidian's pet."

"These masks are a sign of power and service to the Queen."

"Fool, do you think I know nothing of the reports coming back from the field? You have done no such thing. Go away."

"Now that you have proven you are worth to us, what would you ask of me?"

"How shall I train you, fleshling?"

"Very well, fleshling. It will cost you X gold to raise this skill from it's current level of X"

"I suppose you want what's in that chest, now don't you?"

"Hmph. Well, I guess you've earned it. Go ahead then, open it. [Inside the chest you find a small fortune-- a whopping X gold!]"


  • After the end of the Shadow War, Hellion becomes the leader of the Shadowling Loyalists. Still devoted to their long dead Queen, Hellion and the Loyalist try to undermine the new Shadowling Republic, so that the Shadowling Empire can be revived.
  • If the Hero tries to fight Hellion for the contents of the chest beside him, he breaks out laughing. Once the Hero beats the game, however, and starts a New Game+, he will let the Hero open the chest, revealing a large amount of gold [5,000, 12,000, or 28,000, on the difficulty on which the game was beaten].
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