This article is about the creature Fire Devil. For the achievement, see Fire Devil (Achievement).
Fire Devils are very ugly creatures that have been spotted in the deserts of Tibia. Nobody knows where these beings came from. Just like the devils from the myths, they carry a pitchfork with them and one of their feet is that of a goat. But are they real devils? However, their pungent gaze makes the experienced traveller shaken and their fireballs are quite dangerous.
Usually found close to stronger fire-type creatures like Dragons or Fire Elementals. They are good summons for blocking creatures with fire-type distance attacks, like Diabolic Imps. Be careful with these though, as their Explosion can hit you or hit other players which may give you a White Skull in PVP worlds. They used to give 110 exp before Update 8.5
Damage Taken From Elements
They like to keep distance between themselves and their target while using strong distance attacks, this can be dangerous for low level players.
They wont come to you, you will have to go to them. Knights, should rush up to them and attack with full power, since they are weak to physical attacks.
Low level Mages, should try fighting them with a Stealth Ring or, if learnt, the Invisible spell. You can kill Fire Devils fairly easily with ice attacks, but if you have no ice attacks then death attacks should be your next choice, as they have less resistance to death than to other elements. Magic Shield may also be helpful.
If you are a Paladin with skills of 40 or higher and some healing potions, it should be easy for you to kill Fire Devils, if you are using a shield you can try to trap them, this way they will use their melee and do less distance attacks.
If you were extremely lucky, you could loot a pair of Steel Boots in a Fire Devil before update 2004. The biggest spawn with Fire Devils were, back then, in the Jakundaf Desert. Every now and then, people went to the Jakundaf Desert for several days to hunt Fire Devils. When they returned they had a couple of Steel Boots in loot.