What has btw. happend with planewalker.com? The whole site seems to be dead. A bit sad, there were a lot of nice articles.
They had a database crash of some sort. Everything is saved, but it may be a while yet before the site is back up since the webmaster is seriously busy at the moment. But it's in the works.
And after reading, all the Appendixes in the PDF (some of the storys again, like that about the Baernaloths I already saw on planewalker *g*) as a Question.
Where are Informations about the Meladaemons? ^^ Except of the stats block in the pathfinder Srd. Or better said where (in which Books) are more Informations about them? ^^
Meladaemons aren't a Planescape thing, they're just within the Pathfinder universe. I've written a lot of published material for Golarion, and the fiction like 'Hunger' is stuff I've done for fun on the side. I created the meladaemons for what it's worth, basing them on Pathfinder's Horseman of Famine, Trelmarixian the Lysogenic Prince, who himself is loosely based on two NPCs from my second storyhour (Trelmarixian the Black and Escheris the Rotting). The meladaemon had a larger writeup in the Pathfinder module 'Beyond the Vault of Souls', written by Colin McComb, with the meladaemon section written by me.
There's additional information on them in Pathfinder's 'Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Book of the Damned vol III' which I also wrote. That book focuses on Pathfinder's NE fiends, which are quite distinct from Planescape's yugoloths in many ways, but occasionally you'll find a thematic parallel with an idea or two from here. Though it's worth saying that pretty much anything planar that I've written for Pathfinder is heavily inspired and informed by Planescape.
Oh and who is Inuq'Sharaq (The Collector)? Another Baernaloth not of the Demented?
She/It is a baernaloth that my spouse created and wrote a story about for me as a twisted, bizarre Valentines day surprise. She wrote the story as if my stories had attracted the attention of a real entity -something of a hellish muse-, that the beings in my stories were real, and that it came to devour me as a particularly inspired, beautiful mortal specimen. It's oddly romantic and very well written IMO.