A hekatonkhire is the sort-of-dead remains of a Behemoth. (Hekatonkhire : Behemoth :: Malfean : Primordial) They may also be the dead souls of a Malfean or spawned from the dreams of the dead Primordials.
(Hekatonkhire is both the singular and the plural, and is sometimes spelled "hekatonchire." The name originally referred to the "hundred-handed" giants of Greek myth.)
Necromancers can make use of these creatures, both in soulforging (to create Oblivion's Panoply; Book of Bone and Ebony, p. 101) and through the Void Circle spell Summon Hekatonkhire (Book of Bone and Ebony, p. 143).
- The Kraken (Exalted, p. 83)
- Loras, Death Sun (Book of Bone and Ebony, p. 145)
- Vodak (the Fair Folk book, Mountain Folk chapter)