|First appearance||Session 5|
|Last appearance||Session 19|
The blood devil who presided over the Gralhund Estate. She appeared as a medium sized, human-shaped figure who is entirely blood red and dripping.
When the troupe was seeking shelter in the Estate, Camosh saw through their invisibility and interrogated them to determine the reason for their infiltration. She asked if the group was sent by Nefilphasia, and asked who the troupe knew. When reassured that the troupe was only acting for the benefit of themselves and the village of Wakefield, Camosh appeared to relax and invited the troupe in to her home.
She had an ash-filled fireside chat with the troupe, asking each what their intentions were.
In her words, there were only two factions that matter on the island: Camosh and her Estate, and the hordes of undead outside her walls. She disregarded the villagers and Father Caudicus as inconsequential. She knew that adventurers were brought to the island but did not seem to know how to break the curses placed upon them. She encouraged the troupe to help her get rid of the skeletons.
Camosh offered a safe but watched night's stay and asked them to consider her offers. "We can reach an equitable understanding in the future."
In the morning of the 4th day, Camosh again suggested that the troupe help liberate her lands from the undead. Sometime during the night, Haze brokered a deal with Camosh. He claimed that Camosh told him that there is an orb that can provide the information to break the troupe's curse. He also received an imp familiar from her.
In the Temple, Father Caudicus explained that 25 years ago, Lord Tomasin Gralhund cavorted with demons with the help of his high mage, now going by Nefilphasia. He revealed that Nefilphasia was the one leading the skeletal siege against the Estate house. Haze later explained that Tomasin was dead in the Estate.
When the troupe met Pulska, he was internally raging against Cezuthi, the witch who cursed him on Tomasin Gralhund's behalf. The troupe surmised that Nefilphasia was Cezuthi, but their assumptions were perhaps misguided. When the troupe returned to the Estate, Nono asked if Pulska was one of Camosh's agents. She laughed, called him an old man, and casually admitted she had cursed him.