Stolen from Lee's Facebook post
This is how it got stated up:
Demon, Desiccator (Ammit)
Hit Dice: 8 (35 hp)
Armor Class: 2 
Attacks: Punch (1d4), bite (1d6)
Special: Immune to fire, lightning; magic resistance 25%, +1 weapon required to hit, all who die bitten by a desiccator demon rise as a zombie 1d4 rounds later.
Move: 12, 6 (flying)
Challenge Level: 11/1700
Ammit carries a Devouring Rod. Any creature it is pointed at must make a save or their soul is sucked out of their body and destroyed. Bonuses to magical saves apply to this.
How did she get her name? The following is from wikipedia
Ammit (//; "devourer" or "soul-eater"; also called Ammut or Ahemait) was a female goddess in ancient Egyptian religion with a body that was part lion, hippopotamus and crocodile—the three largest "man-eating" animals known to ancient Egyptians. A funerary deity, her titles included "Devourer of the Dead", "Eater of Hearts", and "Great of Death".
This project has been a lot of fun. I've had to do a lot of research, as I am not that familiar with desert mythology. Ammit is a result of the research. On a side note, the module should be done tomorrow or Wednesday!