Behold the mighty Tink, a D&D barbarian Warforge. His awesome maul ready to strike, he is a force of nature (or super nature if you consider his...well, nature ). Had fun working out the fox pelts on his back.
Contructs are hard to play, but I find Demons even more so. I tend to always play an evil character, but being evil and demonic is tough! Anyone that I've known who has played a construct has always played them throughly though, which is comendable depending on the setting of the adventure.
Never played a demon myself 'tho i had to play evil when my rogue touched a cursed object that switched my alignment. It was real fun, so fun that I tried to murder all my team by trapping them in pit. I got extra point when the villain of the game offered me to join him and share power and I stabbed him in the back telling him I don't share power with anybody. A demon... gotta try one of those
LOL. I played a rogue once and she was alot of fun. I'm having such a hard time though keeping with my alignment because now I have to find reasons for what I ido and use more roleplaying skills that battle skills, and I almost ALWASY play a warrior, so it's a total swith for me to play a caster and a demon. WHEW! They are fun though! If a DM allows it, you should give it a try!
We're not too stuck on the rules. There are many times when we make our own rules and create our on worlds. Plus all in our group take turns being DM's. Role playing is the most fun part of the game. You should see what heated discussions arise between playing character pending decisions. Pure fun