Lilith is a well-known figure in Hell, one occasionally painted as a romantic figure, a spurned lover or a wronged woman. On the Material Plane, Sorcerors, Bards, Clerics, Witches, Warlocks, Wizards, Druids, Rogues and other dabblers in the occult hold her in high regard. As well, she’s quite beautiful and talented in the arts of passion.
Lilith has been near power for as long as Asmodeus has ruled the Nine Hells. The earliest records of Lilith recounts when Baalzebul gave her to Moloch as a gift in a transparent attempt to curry favor with the Lord of the Sixth. Lilith was easily the most alluring of fiends in the Hells and she has a way of distracting those who encounter her, keeping their attention diverted from what is truly important.
After Moloch’s fall, Lilith returned to Maladomini, relegated to a position of second consort in Baalzebul’s court.
Lilith has a limited mortal following. She has recently begun to cultivate her followers as she seeks to rise even further in the esteem of her peers. – Dragon Magazine #361. Infernal Aristocracy – The Dukes of Hell, Part II by Robert J. Schwalb
Power – The very sound of the word conjures images into the minds of those who hear it – the ruler enthroned in weath and security, minions scraping to make real her every whim; the scholar bent over his books, laboring to bring his vison to light and shape the minds of the next generation; the general on the battlefield, forging victory out of bloodshed; the priest before his altar, dispensing the benefices and condemnations of divinity itself. Power is one of the most ephemeral and amorphous concepts ever to influence the circus of mortal endeavor, as well as one of the most hungrily sought after. To each individual who answers its siren call, it means different things. To some, power is the freedom to do as one wills. To others, power is control, the unassailable right to command others to do one’s will and expect it to be done. To still others, power is money, the wealth to purchase both freedom and control, and to the Nine Hells with such trifles as rights and will.