Goetic demons in popular culture

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The seventy-two demons listed in the 17th Century compilation Ars Goetia ("Arts of Sorcery" - known in English as the first section of The Lesser Key of Solomon) have found recurrent reference in popular culture.

The Lesser Key of Solomon[edit]

In addition to the individual listings, the Key and every demon within it appear in some form in the PlayStation 2 game Shadow Hearts: Covenant.

Agares[edit]

  • Agares is one character in Wayne Douglas Barlowe's series of paintings depicting Hell and its inhabitants. He appears in portrait in Barlowe's Inferno and as a minor character in Barlowe's first novel, God's Demon.
  • Alion Lucada, a member of the alien race known as the Shura in Super Robot Wars Compact 3 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations, pilots a Shura God known as Agares.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Agares appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power. He is portrayed as both a crocodile and a hawk.
  • An accessory named "Agales' Chain" appears in the game Vagrant Story. The item provides some defence against 'evil'-type monsters, and its description implies that Agales (a mistranslation of the Japanese アガレス Agares due to the lack of "L" in the Japanese alphabet) is duke of the underworld.
  • The Nintendo DS game Megami Tensei Ibunroku Devil Survivor has a demon called Agares who can be fought as an enemy starting from Day 6. Later on, the same demon can be bought in the Devil Auction in order to recruit it into the party. It is the second-strongest demon in the 'Fallen' race.
  • Agares is the fallen god of Hope (now god of Despair) in the Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword fantasy mod "Fall from Heaven". He is the ruler of Hell and the patron god of both the religion "Ashen Veil" and the civilisation "Sheaim", both of which long for Armageddon.
  • He appears in Final Fantasy IX in Ispen's Castle, portrayed as a magician with control over a gargoyle.
  • Agares is the name of the antagonist organization in Confidential Mission
  • Agares is the name of one of Kouen Ren's Djinns in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.

Aim[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Aim (spelled as Aym) appears as a dwarven "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • In DC Comics, the first letter "a" in the demon Sabbac's name stands for Aym.
  • In Tactics Ogre there is a recruitable character named "Haborym" which is another name by which Aim is known. The character is a blind sword master.

Allocer[edit]

  • In Dungeons & Dragons, Alloces is stable-master for the arch-devils. He is a crafter and breeder of various warbeasts, almost all derived from damned souls and condemned devils he personally experiments and performs surgery upon.
  • In Tactics Ogre, among the many characters whose names resemble a Goetic demon, there is a recruitable archer by the name of "Alocer"

Amdusias[edit]

  • Amdusias appears in Castlevania's Symphony of the Night, Curse of Darkness and Portrait of Ruin. He resembles a tall, dark-clad man with a horse's head and attacks the player with powerful lightning bolts and dashes. The games also state that he's one of the best musicians in Hell.
  • Ambdusias appears in Final Fantasy IX as a monster. He is represented as a black horse with demon wings.
  • Amduscia, a Mexican aggrotech band, derives its name from Amdusias.
  • He appears in the MMO Final Fantasy XI as one of the members of the "Kindred Spirits" in an optional battle. Like all other Goetic demons found in the game, he takes the form of a Dark Kindred demon. His job class is Black Mage.
  • Amudoshiasu (アムドシアス) is referred to as the One-horned Duke of the 72 pillars of Solomon in the Battle Goddess series of RPG-style adult computer games. She appears in the form of a woman with a single horn on the forehead and can be used as a summon.
  • In Wild Arms 3, Amduscias appears as a bipedal horse-man carrying a lance. He is the first enemy encountered in the game who can use an instant-death attack.
  • In Maple Story, Amdusias appears in the archer class demon quest. He is represented as a bipedal black unicorn.

Amon[edit]

  • Amon appears as both a boss and a fusion for the main character in the PlayStation 2 games Shadow Hearts and Shadow Hearts: Covenant.[1][2] Along with Asmodeus, Astaroth, Gaap, Baal, and Orobas, he is one of the six most powerful demon crests in Shadow Hearts: Covenant. He is depicted as a large humanoid man in black armour, with large dragon-like wings.
  • In Go Nagai's manga and anime Devilman, Amon is the demon who possesses the main character Akira Fudo and creates the hero Devilman. Amon is depicted in Amon: Apocalypse of Devilman as a red-skinned demon with black fur and a fierce violent streak.
  • In 1983's Monster Manual II for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, Amon is featured as one of the dukes of Hell.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Amon appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power. His appearance is the same as his wolf form in the Lesser Key of Solomon.
  • Amon is a villainous character known as a Sinistral in the Lufia series of video games.
  • Amon appears as a recurring boss in the Capcom Super Nintendo game Demon Crest.
  • Amon appears in Final Fantasy XI as a typical member of the Dark Kindred forces stationed in present-day Castle Zvahl. In a story-arc in the Wings of the Goddess expansion, he plays a larger role, scheming to undermine the security of the Republic of Bastok.
  • Amon is the name of the evil sheep character that serves as a guest character in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!. In the English dub, he is simply called "The Bad Sheep".
  • Amon was the first band name which became Deicide. In 2010, the Amon name was reactivated by the departed Hoffman brothers for their group efforts
  • Amon appears in the popular TCG Cardfight!! Vanguard as Demon World Marquis, Amon.
  • Amon appears in the popular TCG Battle Spirits TCG as The HellWolf Armon.
  • Amon is the name of Alibaba Saluja's Djinn in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.

Andras[edit]

  • Andras appears as a minor enemy near the beginning of the video game Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin. He resembles a winged man with a raven's head, riding on a wolf and brandishing a fiery sword. He can either stab downwards with the sword or have his steed breathe fireballs.
  • Andras appears as an enemy demon in Shin Megami Tensei. Like nearly all other demons, Andras can be later on recruited into the party via negotiation. Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 also has a Persona called Andras.
  • Andras is listed in a sample of a Satanic incantation in the song "Symphony for the Devil" by the band PIG.
  • Andras appears in Alan Moore's comic book series Promethea. He and the demon Marchosias are summoned by magician Benny Solomon to kill the title character. Promethea defeats Andras and Marchosias in a fight at a nightclub. Later, Benny Solomon summons Andras again when he calls on the entire Ars Goetia to kill Promethea. During his brief incarnations in the series, Andras attempts to lure Benny Solomon out (and is rebuffed) and also seduces a taxi driver into suicide. Moore depicts Andras with an angelic body topped by an owl's head, riding a black wolf and wielding a fiery sword.
  • Andras appeared in an episode of Charmed, in which he magnified the anger of the three Haliwell sisters, ultimately provoking them to use their powers against each other.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Andras appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • Andras is the last name of one of three drug addicted characters in the anime Gundam Seed; the other two, Sabnak and Buer, are also Goetic demons.
  • He appears in Final Fantasy XI as a member of the Dark Kindred in the dreamworld of Dynamis – Xarcabard. He is one of the Goetic demons whose death is necessary to trigger the fight with the Dynamis Lord. His job class is Beastmaster, and his pet is a wyvern named after the French Vouivre.
  • Andras is the default name of a character with the class of shaper in several of the Geneforge games.

Andrealphus[edit]

In the role-playing game In Nomine, Andrealphus is the Demon Prince of Lust.

Andrealphus appears in the popular TCG Battle Spirits TCG as Andrealphas.

Andromalius[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Andromalius the Repentant Rogue is presented as a "vestige" with whom other characters can form a pact in return for power.
  • In the Role Playing Game In Nomine Satanis/Magna Veritas, Andromalius, demon-prince of judgment, is the right-hand man of Satan.
  • In the videogame DemiKids, Andromus is a servant of Imperius who sends prisoners of limbo to Imperius for trial. He is depicted as a large man carrying a massive serpent in both hands.
  • He appears in the MMO Final Fantasy XI as one of the members of the "Kindred Spirits" in an optional battle. Like all other Goetic demons found in the game, he is of the Kindred Demon race. His job class is Dark Knight.
  • The R-9F Andromalius is one of the starter ships for Humankind in R-Type Final. It's the only ship that is configured to "grip" the Force unit.

Asmodai[edit]

  • In Kaori Yuki's manga Angel Sanctuary, Asmodeus is the Demon of Lust and one of the Seven Satans encountered in Hell. He plays an important role in the development of the story.
  • In Dungeons & Dragons, Asmodeus is the ruler of Nessus, the ninth layer of Baator (Hell), and the most powerful of the archdevils.
  • In NetHack, Asmodeus is the strongest demon prince who guards the upper underworld levels of Gehennom.
  • In Brian Jacques' novel Redwall, Asmodeus is one of the main antagonists. He is a gigantic adder who stole the sword of Martin the Warrior around a century before the main story. Asmodeus is feared amongst almost every creature in the story, even rats and ferrets, who say Asmodeus is the name of the Devil himself. The adder Asmodeus has a hypnotic stare which is his main weapon of choice. He also has immense strength, displayed in his crushing coils. He is eventually defeated by the very same sword he stole from Redwall when Matthias saves the sword and challenges Asmodeus.
  • Named Sydonai, he is the final boss in the computer game Hellgate: London. He looks similar to Cthulhu.
  • Asmodeus is the demon summoned by the Devil tarot card in Atlus' Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen, and as Asmodee, is one of the Gods represented by the Elemental Pedra of Bane in Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber.
  • In "Voices in the Dark", the first installment of Babylon 5: The Lost Tales, a man named Simon Burke was possessed by a demon who claimed to be Asmodeus, acting as a part of God's strategy to bring mankind back to the Church.
  • Though he is not revealed until the last pages, he is the principal antagonist of the novel Asmodejev šal (Asmodej's shawl) by the prominent Croatian author Ivan Aralica.
  • In Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time, Asmodean is one of the Forsaken.
  • In the PS2 game Shadow Hearts: Covenant, Asmodeus appears as one of the main enemies. His crest gives the user magic abilities. Asmodeus is revealed to have let Grigori Rasputin make a pact with him in order to obtain his dark power. After Rasputin is confronted, Asmodeus appears in the form of a pale mass of bloated flesh in the shape of a butterfly, with six arms and an old man's head with long black hair on the end of a long fat neck.
  • In the anime and light novel series Shakugan no Shana, Sidonay is the name of a Bal Masque member. He is shown to be able to change his form into that of a large sea monster and a flighted creature, as well as change his limbs into different forms. He is extremely protective of Hecate.
  • In Equinox, Asmodeus is the controller of various demons and spirits.
  • In the Australian movie Gabriel, he is one of the demons fighting against archangels sent to Earth. He owns a brothel and expresses an interest in plastic surgery. He is shown to be extremely vain: he is enraged when Gabriel shoots him in the face with a shotgun, hideously disfiguring him.
  • Asmodeus is the villain in the 1979 comic-fantasy novel And the Devil Will Drag You Under by Jack L. Chalker.
  • In Megatokyo, Asmodeus is the name of Piro's anti-conscience.
  • In the film Born, the reincarnation of Asmodeus is the central theme.
  • In the game Angels Online, Asmode transforms into his powerful demon form, Asmodeus, and must be defeated.
  • Asmodai appears as a female with three heads in the anime Rental Magica as the most powerful of the 72 demons that Adelisia Lenn Mathers summons with her Solomon Magic and has control over.
  • Asmodeus makes an appearance in the novel Sepulchre by Kate Mosse.
  • Ashmodai / Asmodeus makes a significant appearance in the novel Lady of the Lamp by Caiseal Mór
  • Claws of Asmodai is a book by Uzzi Ornan. It deals with religious-secular relations in Israel, from a point of view critical of what Ornan considers "religious coercion."
  • In the RPG In Nomine, Asmodeus is the Demon Prince of the Game, tasked with leading Hell's secret police.
  • In Umineko no Naku Koro ni, Asmodeus is one of the Seven Stakes of Purgatory, seven demon sisters who serve to the Golden Witch.
  • In the 1999 Sierra computer game Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned, Asmodeus is summoned by the villain to fight the protagonist in the game's final challenge.
  • In the Examu Inc. Vs. fighting game Daemon Bride, the character Asmodeus often accompanies his playable partner, Kureha Yamisaka, in battle. He is depicted as a snake with demon wings and can transform into a scythe, Kureha's weapon of choice.
  • In Warhammer 40,000 the Dark Angels have a special character known as Asmodai. He is the chief Interrogator-Chaplain of the chapter.
  • In the Yu-Gi-Oh Trading Card Game, there is a Monster Card named Darklord Asmodeus.
  • In the Korean MMORPG, Aion: The Tower of Eternity, the demonic faction is known as the "Asmodian" race. Similarly, their homeland is called "Asmodae."
  • In the novel "Rogue Male", by Geoffrey Household, the protagonist [played by Peter O'Toole in the film adaptation], is befriended by a stray cat whilst hiding underground from the authorities, after attempting to assassinate Adolf Hitler in the 1930s. He calls the cat Asmodaeus, but Asmodaeus is shot, and killed, by his Nazi pursuer 'Major Quive-Smith'. By using the cats corpse to fashion a small 'ballista', the hero succeeeds in killing the Major, and escaping his lair.
  • In Robert A. Heinlein's novel Job: A Comedy of Justice, Alex and Margrethe are granted their request to spend eternity together operating a small town diner and soda-fountain which they purchased from "Mr. & Mrs. A.S. Modeus".
  • Japanese producer Akuno-P referenced Asmodeus in his Vocaloid song "Dance with Asmodeus", or "The Madness of Duke Venomania", depicting a duke who, through a deal with the devil, enchants all women who see him and brings them into his harem.
  • The founder and lead guitarist of heavy metal band Melechesh uses the stage name Ashmedi, which is the Semitic version of the name from whence "Asmodeus" (which is Greek) was derived.
  • The demon Azmodan, the Lord of Sin, is one of the Lesser Evils from the Diablo series of games, most notably appearing as a major boss in Diablo III.
  • Asmodeus is a chief villain in the Felix Castor novels by Mike Carey. The books, which follow the actions of an exorcist who works in London, play host to a number of infernal characters.
  • Asmodeus appears as the demon conjured by an evil bishop's cult in the book Weird Adventures: Shadows Over Baltimore, a collection of horror fiction written by Dr. Daniel Rumanos.
  • In the Future Card Buddyfight Card Game, there is a Monster Card named Demon Lord, Asmodai.
  • Asmodeus is a historical figure in the High School DxD series, with two figures having the name. One being his descendant, the other having taken his position in the hierarchy of the Underworld.
  • In the novel Raven's Gate, the first novel of the Power of Five series written by Anthony Horowitz, a witch named Jayne Deverell owns an immortal cat named Asmodeus.
  • In Battle Spirits TCG, there is a Spirit Card called The SevenShogun Asmodius.

Astaroth[edit]

  • Astaroth is the main antagonist in "The Tapestry Series" by Henry H Neff.
  • Astaroth appeared in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "Trials of the Demon", voiced by Tony Todd. He is a demon (blue skinned with large horns and apparently stands about 20 feet tall) who was imprisoned in the underworld by Merlin and Etrigan the Demon centuries ago. In the 19th Century, Gentleman Jim Craddock made a deal with him for immortality in exchange for 10 souls. Etrigan faced off against Astaroth while Batman fought Jim Craddock. Despite Batman's warnings, Jim Craddock hands the souls to Astaroth. The battle continued until Craddock's iron cane was thrown into Astaroth's mouth, neutralizing him and allowing the souls to escape and return to their previous hosts. Craddock received his immortality — as a wandering spirit.
  • Astaroth is the main antagonist and recurring boss character in the Ghosts 'n Goblins franchise, appearing in different forms and under different aliases.
  • In the TV series Strange, Astaroth, named Asmoth, is the demon all demons fear and the king of demonkind in general.
  • Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts features a boss named Asutaroto. He appears as a large humanoid demon at the end of stage 6.
  • A similar character in appearance and attack to both of the above appears as a mid-boss in Grolla Seyfarth's stage in Rosenkreuzstilette Freudenstachel.
  • In Shadow Hearts: Covenant, Astaroth is the demon with whom Nicolai Conrad makes a pact, in order to match Rasputin, who has Asmodeus. Astaroth is eventually freed from Nicolai and attempts to destroy Japan by causing Mt. Fuji to erupt.
  • Astaroth is the name of a playable character in the Soul Calibur series.
  • Astaroth is the name of a boss in the video game Final Fantasy II.
  • Astaroth is a demon in the manga and anime Ao No Exorcist, and is a demon of rot. He attempts to lead Okumura Rin back to Gehenna, but is defeated by Father Fujimoto and exorcised from his host.
  • A Digimon named Astamon, who is based on Astaroth, appears in Digimon Fusion as Ryouma's partner. It's later revealed Astamon is Quartzmon in disguise.
  • In the Disney movie Bedknobs & Broomsticks, the key to Substitutiary Locomotion is inscribed upon a medal known as "The Star of Astaroth."
  • Astaroth is the name of a demon boss in Maplestory.
  • Astaroth is the name of one of Kouen Ren's Djinns in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.
  • Astaroth is the name of a boss in the MMORPG Hellgate Global.
  • Astaroth is the name of the demons king in the book series The Blood Books by Tanya Huff

Baal[edit]

  • Overlord Baal (魔王 バール, Demon King Baal) is an alternate ultimate boss in the Disgaea rpg/strategy game series by Nippon Ichi Software. He also appears in the form of a Prinny (a demon-like penguin) named Prinny Overlord Baal (プリニー 魔王 バール).
  • Ba'al is a member of the fictional alien race, the Goa'uld, portrayed by Cliff Simon in the science-fiction television series Stargate SG-1 who makes appearances in seasons 5 through 10. Ba'al is also featured in the direct-to-DVD movie Stargate Continuum as the main villain.
  • The Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne character Chiaki creates the kotowari (ideal) "Yosuga" – where only the strong has the rights to live. The demonic patron she summons by doing so is called Baal Avatar and cannot be recruited into the party.
  • Baal is the name of the amoral protagonist of Bertolt Brecht's first play in 1918, upon which opera of the same name was based by Friedrich Cerha in 1980.
  • Baal is the antichrist in the Robert R. McCammon novel by the same name.
  • Baal is the Lord of Destruction, one of the three brother demons and rulers of Hell called the Prime Evils in the Diablo video game series. He is the main antagonist in Diablo II: Lord of Destruction.
  • In the PlayStation 2 game Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3, Beezlebub is the most powerful form of the Devil arcana, obtainable by completing the Tanaka Social Link.
  • In the RPG In Nomine Satanis/Magna Veritas, Baal is Hell's Demon Prince of War and has a deep, but somewhat friendly, rivalry with the Archangel Michael.
  • Along with Oribas, Gaap, Asmodeus, Astaroth, and Amon, Baal is one of the six most powerful demon crests in the game Shadow Hearts: Covenant. He is depicted with bird-like features and is a sadistic illusionist.
  • Beelzebub or "The Lord of the Flies" was a demonic figure depicted as a sow's head planted on a stick sharpened at two ends, who speaks to the Jesus figure, Simon, in William Golding's novel Lord of the Flies.
  • In the role-playing game Vampire: the Masquerade, a primarily antagonistic vampire clan called the Baali are said to be connected the demonic Baal. This connection is reinforced by the preponderance of infernal and demonic themes present in the clan.
  • In the MMORPG Ragnarok Online one of the MVP Monsters is called Beelzebub. He is portrayed as a giant fly with a kingly crown, mantle and sceptre. He summons powerful flying monsters that look like red houseflies.
  • In Warhammer 40,000, Baal is the homeworld of the Blood Angels Space Marine chapter, a toxic wasteland populated by roving tribes and gangs of mutants.
  • In the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game Forgotten Realms setting, Bhaal is the deceased Lord of Murder, an intermediate deity, whose resurrection has been repeatedly attempted.
  • In the 2011 film The Rite, actor Anthony Hopkins' character Father Lucas is being possessed by Baal.
  • Baal is the name of one of Sinbad's Djinns in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.

Balam[edit]

  • As Balan, he appears in the Polish fantasy movie Dzieje Mistrza Twardowskiego (The Story of Master Twardowski) as the Duke of Hell, the main adversary of famous Polish necromancer Twardowski.
  • In the Outlanders science fiction series by Mark Ellis (writing as James Axler), Balam is presented as 1,500 year old alien/human hybrid, the last of the Archons, who correspond to the Roswell grey aliens.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Balam appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • Wild Arms: Alter Code F features a boss named Balaam, depicted as a monster with several faces who inhabits a magical space contained within a dark book.
  • In Kelley Armstrong's "Women of the Othrworld" series Balaam is Eve's father and a Lord Demon of sight.
  • In Battle Spirits TCG, there is a Spirit Card named The HellFighter Balam.

Barbas[edit]

  • In the Elder Scrolls video game series Barbas is the personified conscience of Clavicus Vile, Daedric Prince of wishes, bargains, and deal-making. He is depicted as a large dog accompanying the devil-child Clavicus, and during quests for the Prince he encourages the player character to take the moral approach to situations as well as warning against making pacts with Vile.
  • In DmC Devil May Cry, Barbas is a corrupt news reporter who attempts to portray Dante as a menace to society through slanderous news reports. Although seen as a gag character early in the game, Barbas later reveals his true form: A large digitized talking demonic head.
  • In Tactics Ogre one of the antagonists was a dark knight named Barbas
  • In the TV series Charmed Barbas is portrayed as a demon who has the power to read anyone's deepest fear and use it against them. He is one of the strongest demons the Charmed Ones face, appearing four times throughout the series.

Beleth[edit]

  • In the RPG In Nomine, Beleth is the Demon Princess of Nightmares.
  • In Heroes of Might and Magic V, the monarch who rules over the demons is named Kha-Beleth.
  • In Capcom's SNES game Demon Crest, Belth is the graveyard level's boss.
  • In the MMORPG, Lineage 2, Beleth is introduced as an epic Raid Boss found in the Hellbound island.
  • In the Future Card Buddyfight Card Game, there is a Monster Card named Fallen Angel of Rage, Beleth.

Berith[edit]

  • In the MMORPG Final Fantasy XI, Duke Berith is a Red Mage and Notorious Monster located in Dynamis-Xarcabard. He can drop the Duelist's Chapeau, the Red Mage Relic Armor hat.
  • In Shin Megami Tensei, Berith is a demon wearing a suit of armor and riding a brown horse, wielding a gold spear/sceptre. In Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne, he is a mini-boss, a guard in the Assembly of Nihilo, and later becomes recruitable. He has a similar appearance in Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3.
  • In the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, Beherit was the former ruler of the Sixth Layer of Hell but was destroyed by Asmodeus for disobeying "restrictions upon the elevation of devils."[3]
  • In the manga and anime Berserk, a behelit is an item that can call the Demonic demigods of the Godhand, who will grant the user their heart's desire at the cost of what he holds most dear. The rarest behelit, the Egg of the King, is crimson in color.
  • Berith is mentioned in Slayer's song "Final Six" from the album Christ Illusion.
  • Derlith is a demon from the online game RuneScape, capable of controlling the weather and making great desert storms, who was trapped in human form by holy monks several hundred years ago. In the game, the player finds an Occoult group led by the human Derlith trying to free him. Despite the player's effort, the rite is carried out and Derlith is released into an ethereal form. Great storms ensue across the world, and the player must re-summon Derlith into a corporeal form so that the demon can be fought and killed.
  • In Battle Spirits TCG, there is a Spirit Card called The HellFencer Berith.

Bifrons[edit]

Buer[edit]

  • Buer is portrayed in a Polish fantasy movie Dzieje Mistrza Twardowskiego (The Story of Master Twardowski) about famous Polish necromancer Pan Twardowski, as a president of Trade Collegium of Hell... or Devoncourt.
  • A monster called a Buer or Buel appears in the Final Fantasy series of video games, usually as a multi-winged bat.
  • Buer appears in Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow and Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow as a demon with a flaming aura.
  • Buer appears in the Hellblazer comic book as one of the demons of Hell who oppose lead character John Constantine.
  • In the Role Playing Game Arkanun, Buer is a president of Hell.
  • Buer appears in Grim Grimoire as a chimera. He is summoned using the alchemy rune.
  • The first boss fight in Tales of Destiny 2 is against a monster called Buer.
  • Buer has a small comedic role as a lusty teacher in the manga series Stray Little Devil by Kotaro Mori. He is mute throughout the series.
  • In the Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic, Buer is one of the "vestiges" attainable as a member of the Binder class.
  • Buer is the last name of one of three drug addicted characters in the anime Gundam Seed; the other two, Sabnak and Andras, are also Goetic demons.
  • Buer is a summonable demon in Dominions 3 from Shrapnel Games.
  • Painwheel's Buer Drive from Skullgirls is named after Buer
  • In the Future Card Buddyfight Card Game, there is a Monster Card named Demon Doctor, Buer.

Crocell[edit]

  • In the videogame Demikids, Crosel is as a demon in a semi-human form. He speaks in a very overconfident and menacing tone and wields two blades of ice that never melt. Most of his attacks are ice and water based.
  • In Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow, Procel is as a female demon that appears on water surfaces in the game's Subterranean Hell. Her soul gives the ability to free up movement while the hero is underwater.
  • In the game Aquanox a giant fish-like being called Crocell is part of a faction of energy-sucking seamonsters called the Shaks.
  • In the game Star Ocean: Till the End of Time, Crosell is the mightiest of dragons on the planet Elicoor II. Unlike others of his kind, he is fully sentient and looks down upon humans.
  • In Much Fall of Blood, the most recent entry of Eric Flint and Mercedes Lackey's Heirs of Alexandria series, Crocell appears as a servant to Countess Elizabeth Bathory at the beginning of the book and welcomes her to her personal Hell at the end of it.
  • In Magna Carta 2, Crocell is a playable character, bearing the element of fire.
  • Crocell is the name of one of Sinbad's Djinns in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.

Dantalion[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Dantalion appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power. He is portrayed with multiple faces and is able to grant characters the ability to read thoughts.
  • Dantalion appears as a demonic priestess in Charmed.
  • Games in the Wild Arms series have commonly featured an enemy called Dantalion.
  • Final Fantasy IX features a hidden boss called Tantarion, a shy demon who hides within a book in Alexandria Castle.
  • Dantalian's Chariot was a British psychedelic rock band in the 1960s, led by Zoot Money.
  • The BX-T Dantalion is a Bydo ship in R-Type Final.
  • The song "Future Times," from the album Tormato by progressive rock group Yes, contains the line "Dantalion will ride again."
  • Mad scientist type character in Shakugan no Shana.
  • Dantalion's association with books is referenced in the anime Dantalion no Shoka.[4]
  • Dantalion is the name of a Spanish black metal band.
  • Dantalion is one of the main characters in the anime 'Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist'

Decarabia[edit]

  • In Shin Megami Tensei and Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne, Decarabia is an orange starfish-shaped recruitable demon. He is a close friend of Forneus in the latter game. In Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 and its sequel, Decarabia is one of the protagonist's usable personas. Decarabia also appears in the spin-off Devil Survivor as a playable demon and a common enemy.
  • In the Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow, Decarabia is depicted as an amphibious wheel-like monster in the shape of a starfish. It infrequently drops the edible item Boiled Starfish. It returns in Order of Ecclesia, with a high resistance power and the ability to poison on contact.
  • In Wild Arms, Decarabia appears in some early areas as a demon wearing a white tuxedo and top hat and emerging from a pentacle.
  • The MMO Final Fantasy XI contains Marquis Decarabia, a Kindred general who must be defeated to trigger the Dynamis Lord's appearance. His job class is Bard.
  • In Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber, Decarabia appears as a Saturos. He is the Enemy General in Scene 28: Gateway to Another World.
  • In Shakugan no Shana, Decarabia appears as a sea serpent that commands the Tomogara army.
  • In Battle Spirits TCG, there is a Spirit Card named The HellBraver DeathCarabia.

Eligos[edit]

Flauros[edit]

  • In the survival horror video game series Silent Hill, the "Flauros" is a pyramid-shaped charm.
  • In Golden Sun: The Lost Age, Haures is a Summoned Spirit.
  • Flauros is featured in numerous installments of the Megami Tensei series as an enemy and a recruitable demon. An angelic version of him appears in Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne as a result of Chiaki's ability to turn fallen angels back into angels. He is also a persona in Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Haures is a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • In Our Confessions, an extra TIP for the Visual Novel Umineko no Naku Koro ni, the murders are said to be the work of the demon, Flauros.

Focalor[edit]

  • In the 2009 novel Naamah's Kiss by Jacqueline Carey, Focalor is summoned by a group using the Solomon texts.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Focalor is a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power. He can grant power over storms and sea.
  • The game Final Fantasy XII, features a monster called Focalor.
  • Focalor is the name of one of Sinbad's Djinns in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.
  • In Battle Spirits TCG, there is a Spirit Card named The EvilMarquis Focalor.

Forcas[edit]

  • In Tactics Ogre there is a recruitable Knight character by the name of "Forcas".
  • In the manga Beelzebub, Forcas is the name of the royal doctor.

Forneus[edit]

Furfur[edit]

Gaap[edit]

  • Gaap appears as an enemy in Castlevania's Lament of Innocence.
  • He appears in the Yu-Gi-Oh Trading Card Game, as "Gaap the Divine Soldier"
  • Gaap is one of the six most powerful demon crests in Shadow Hearts: Covenant. This incarnation of Gaap is an enormous plant-like demon with earth elemental qualities, who appears deep in the Black Forest in Germany as the final boss of Lucia's sidequest. He is a merciless sadist.
  • In Umineko no Naku Koro ni, Gaap is a demoness who can instantly carry a person to any location.
  • "Papa G'aap" is one of the titles of the Great Unclean One, Scabeiathrax, from Warhammer 40,000.

Glasya-Labolas[edit]

  • He appears in the Castlevania game Portrait of Ruin as a huge bat-winged bulldog that spits a cloud of poison.
  • He appears in Final Fantasy VI Advance as an enemy, a large giant.
  • He appears in Final Fantasy VIII as Doomtrain, named Glasya-Labolas (Gurasyaraborasu) in the Japanese version. He can be obtained via the Solomon Ring item.
  • In Dungeons and Dragons, Glasya is the daughter of Asmodeus, the ruler of the Nine Hells.
  • In Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, Glasya-Labolas is the strongest poison-based Hammer.
  • He appears in The Last Remnant as a giant bird in the Aqueducts.
  • The Soul of Rebirth story in the PSP and Game Boy Advance versions of Final Fantasy II contains a normal enemy called Glasya Labolas.
  • In Tales of Vesperia, "Wrath Bringer: Glasya Labolas" is the name of Karol Capel's Fell Arm.
  • He appears in Resonance of Fate as the gremlin-like creature ranked 4th in the Arena.

Gremory[edit]

  • A Family of Devils bearing "Gremory" as their surname appears in the Anime High School DxD. A member of the main cast goes by the name "Rias Gremory".
  • In the Future Card Buddyfight Card Game, there is a Monster Card named Preacher of Beauty, Gremory.

Haagenti[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Haagenti appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • In the roleplaying game In Nomine, Haagenti is the Demon Prince of Gluttony.

Ipos[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Ipos appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • Ipos is portrayed as a brown bear in Final Fantasy VI, appearing during a battle with Vargas.
  • Ipos are a monkey-like enemy encountered in Pitfall 3D: Beyond the Jungle.

Leraje[edit]

  • Lerajie is an enemy in Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin and Castlevania: Harmony of Despair. However instead of archers using bow and arrows, Lerajie are snipers who uses a demonic rifle. They are also androgynous as they possess a somewhat female sounding voice.
  • In the anime series Chrono Crusade, Viscount Leriajie is a subordinate of the antagonist Aion. He is charged with kidnapping Azmaria Hendricks.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Leraje appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • Leraje is the name of Kouha Ren's Djinn in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.

Malphas[edit]

  • Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin feature an enemy named Malphas as either a low-tier boss or high-tier common enemy. Malphas is depicted as a black-robed humanoid with black wings and attacks with crows and feathers. It was renamed Karasuman in the English releases of Symphony of the Night. In Lords of Shadow, there is an enemy called Crow Witch Malphas is a monster who was once a beautiful witch, who fell in love with a prince and concocted potions of love and enchantment so she could have him for herself. However, the prince falls under the spell of another witch, Baba Yaga (in her beautiful younger form, which she takes when she drink a tea made from blue rose petals) who causes the prince to meet a very gruesome end. Mad with grief, she threw herself from the top of tower and landed on the rocks below, but incredibly, she survived the fall though her body was horribly broken. The crows fed on her and she on them and over many centuries her powers grew until she transformed into a twisted bird-like creature. In this form, she is served by crows, Witch-Children (her half-human/half-crow spawn), and Scarecrows (magical constructs she created to keep watch on Baba Yaga and nullify her power by restricting her movements. The Malphas is encountered and defeated by Gabriel Belmont in Chapter IV; however, her crows and Scarecrow's remain loyal to her even after death and continue to keep watch over Woes Moor area where Baba Yaga lives.
  • In the role-playing game In Nomine, Malphas is the Demon Prince of Factions, dedicated to causing division and strife among humanity. He is the main enemy of David, Archangel of Stone.
  • In the game Savage 2 - A Tortured Soul, if a player collects enough souls, he can sacrifice himself to become a malphas.
  • In the game Heroes of Newerth, Malphas is a minion the hero Hellbringer can summon.
  • Malphas serves as the primary antagonist of the strategy game Trapt. He is depicted as a demon who was sealed inside of a forest mansion the main character stumbles into. He tries to cause the protagonist to offer souls to him in order to restore his body.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Malphas appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • In The Matrix Online MMORPG, Malphas is the leader of the Merovingian's vampires.
  • Malphas has made some appearances in the Shin Megami Tensei video games.
  • His name comes up in an episode of A&E's Paranormal State, "The Raven", in which he was believed to have terrorized a family by throwing potpourri and choking a woman. He was said to have appeared as a raven. The show mistakenly refers to Wikipedia's Malthus article as a reference; the Malthus article was modified to state that Malthus appears as a crow instead of a stork and then was briefly shown on screen.
  • On Gaia Online, an evolving item named The Nightmare has a pose in which Malphas can stand in front of users' avatars. It also yields Malphas' wings, talons, and a hairpin decorated with Malphas' feathers.
  • In the video game Bayonetta, Malphas is the name of one of Bayonetta's summoned Infernal Demons. It appears in the form of a massive crow and often eats the heads of her foes.
  • In the Exalted role-playing game, Malfeas is one of the Yozis, the primordial beings responsible for the creation of all demons.
  • Malphas is the true antagonist of the horror themed strategy game Trapt (video game).
  • In the MMORPG Realm of the Mad God, Archdemon Malphas is the boss of the Abyss of Demons and is also stated to have given Oryx dark powers.
  • The demonic butler in the manga Black Butler is implied, in some places, to be Malphas, and has definite similarities to him.

Malthus[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Halphax appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.

Marchosias[edit]

  • Marchosias appears in the comic book B.P.R.D.: The Universal Machine, depicted as a monstrous red demon with a lupine face. Marchosias and Iblifika, another demon, are prisoners of an ageless marquis and are freed by Kate Corrigan.
  • Marchosias appears in Alan Moore's comic book series Promethea where he and Andras are summoned by magician Benny Solomon to kill the title character. Promethea defeats them at a fight at a nightclub. Later in the series, when Benny Solomon summons the entire Ars Goetia to attack Promethea, Marchosias appears again.
  • Marchosias appears in the light novel, anime, and manga series Shakugan no Shana as a Crimson Lord bound to the Flame Haze Margery Daw, the Chanter of Elegies. He manifests through a grimoire and is portrayed as bloodthirsty.
  • Marchosias appears in Shin Megami Tensei.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Marchosias appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • Marchosias appears in the Doctor Who audio production Minuet in Hell as a demon summoned by the Hellfire Club.
  • Marchosias is the leader of the daimons in Melissa Marr's book Carnival of Souls.

Murmur[edit]

  • Murmur appears as an NPC in Hellgate: London
  • He appears as a playable demon in Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor, where he is also a common enemy encountered on the last day.
  • Murmur is the fourth and final boss of Shadow Labyrinth, an instance wing of Auchindoun in "World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade"
  • In the manga and anime Future Diary, Muru Muru (named after the Japanese pronunciation of Murmur[5]) is depicted as a servant of the God and has the appearance of a little girl. Although she is nothing but a moe mascot in the early stage, later it is discovered that she is a savage demon who obeys the mastermind of the story.

Naberius[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Naberius appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power. He is portrayed as a three-headed dog.
  • Nebiros is also a character in the manga series Tarot Cafe. He is a powerful demon who "purchased" an abused teenager named Aaron, who he eventually inflicted with the curse of a werewolf as punishment for leaving his castle.
  • Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts features a boss named Nebiroth, who appears as a large humanoid demon at the end of stage 7.
  • In Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3, Nebiros is an acquirable persona of the Hermit arcana. Nebiros is also an enemy and recruitable ally in Shin Megami Tensei Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha and the Soulless Army.
  • In the Megami Tensei video games, Nebiros and Belial are the guardians of a girl named Alice. Nebiros is portrayed as a robed figure carrying a small marionette.
  • Nebiros is a demon hero in Heroes of Might and Magic V.
  • Wild Arms 3 features a boss named Nebiros, a dragon-like creature who asks the player how they would wish to die at the beginning of each turn of the battle, then attacks the party with the selected element.
  • In Magic, Inc. by Robert A. Heinlein, the villain Ditworth is revealed to be the demon Neiberos.
  • Naberius is a class of demons that appears in the manga and anime Ao no Exorcist/Blue Exorcist.

Orias[edit]

Orobas[edit]

  • Orobas is Monster in My Pocket #78. Official copy refers to him as an "oracle" rather than a demon.
  • Orobas appears in the games Persona 3 and Persona 4 as a usable persona from the Magician arcana.
  • Orobas appears in Shadow Hearts: Covenant as one of the main enemies. His crest grants the user magical abilities. He is portrayed as "the lord of warps and distortions" and appears as a lord with a giant prawn's tail and horse's legs. His defeat is the goal of a sidequest that prominently features Princess Anastasia Romanov.
  • Orabilis appears in the Exalted role-playing game as a Third Circle Demon.
  • A ghostly vision of Orobas is featured tormenting the central character in 2012's Lovely Molly.

Ose[edit]

  • In the PS2 RPG Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne, Ose is depicted as an anthropomorphic leopard wearing a cape and a white undergarment and wielding a pair of machete. He is the boss of the Assembly of Nihilo level and can be recruited later in the game. An angelic version of Ose also makes an appearance as a result of Chiaki's ability to redeem fallen angels and restore them back into their angelic form. He appears again in Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 and Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4, where he is a usable persona of the Fool arcana.
  • In the MMORPG Final Fantasy XI, Ose is a Notorious Monster of the Coeurl type, which resembles a large leopard or cheetah. Final Fantasy XII also featured a Coeurl named Osee, which had a squid-like head.
  • Ose appears alongside Sabnock in a boss fight in Tales of Destiny 2, though this is merely an ordinary feline beast that fights alongside him.
  • In Togari, Ose is a devil given the task of returning the protagonist Tobei to life if he should die. Ose takes the form of a human or a dog.
  • Ose appears in the Wild Arms series of games, beginning with his appearance as a boss in Wild Arms 3. He is a leopard-like being made of a liquid metal substance that can only be damaged by magic.
  • Ose appears using the name Voso in the fantasy novel The Music of Razors, by Cameron Rogers.

Paimon[edit]

Phenex[edit]

  • Phenex is the name of one of Kouen Ren's Djinns in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.
  • In the anime Highschool DxD, there is a Family of Devils bearing the name Phoenix/Phenex. Riser Phoenix is an antagonist of the series who is introduced as Rias' fiancé.
  • The Gundam Phenex is the name of a prototype mobile suit from Gundam Unicorn.

Purson[edit]

  • Pursan is portrayed in the Polish fantasy movie Dzieje Mistrza Twardowskiego (The Story of Master Twardowski) as a devious soul-hunter who is the lieutenant of Duke Balan, the main adversary of Polish sorcerer Twardowski. Pursan is the one who organises the final trap meant to cheat and imprison the powerful magician.
  • Purson is the name of Ignatius Alexius' Djinn in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.

Raum[edit]

  • The demon Raum is the main character of the 1977 book Raum by Carl Sherrell.
  • In the comic book Doom Patrol, Raum is a demon who attempts to procure the Throne of Hell by using the souls of those who committed suicide. His underling, Semyaza, used a lute strung with the angel Israfil's heart strings to drive people to suicide. Raum is in possession of Robotman's soul. Raum also appeared in Books of Magic.
  • Raum appears in Lyda Morehouse's Fallen Host as a punk rock underling of Morehouse's Morningstar.
  • Blackbird RAUM, a nihilistanarchist folk punk band from Santa Cruz, California, is named after the demon.
  • He is a character in the PlayStation 2 game Primal, appearing as the Lord of Aetha, the Wraith realm. He is given vampiric traits and is depicted as a malevolent aristocrat.
  • Count Raum also appears as a killable Kindred Demon in the game Final Fantasy XI.

Ronove[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Ronove appears as a female "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • In the Sound Novel Umineko no Naku Koro Ni, Ronove appears as the butler of the Endless Witch. He is portrayed as mysterious and nonchalant, not hesitating to state truths.

Sabnock[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Savnok appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • In the gaming universe of Classic Battletech, Sabnock is the XO of the 50th Manei Domini Shadow Division. He tends to unleash bio-chemical agents on his enemies during battle.
  • Sabnak is the last name of one of three drug addicted characters in the anime Gundam Seed; the other two, Buer and Andras, are also Goetic demons.
  • Sabnak is a powerful Shadow who appears in Critical Mass #3, part of Epic Comics' Shadowline series. He is identified as one of 72 Shadows who were mistaken for demons and imprisoned by King Solomon.

Shax[edit]

  • Shax is a demon lord in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game setting of Golarion. He is depicted with a dove head and lives in a house full of deadly traps.
  • Shax has made several appearances in the comic book series Hellboy by Mike Mignola
  • Shax appears several times in the Japanese video game series Megami Tensei as a demon or persona.
  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Shax appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • Shax appeared twice in the WB drama Charmed, where he manifested as the personal assassin of the Source of All Evil. He appears as an evil personification of the air, supernaturally appearing and disappearing in sudden gusts of wind, and killing his targets with large blasts of wind energy.
  • Shax is one of the demon lords encountered in hell in the manga Angel Sanctuary.
  • Shax is the name of Nerva Julius Caluades' Djinn in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.

Stolas[edit]

Valefar[edit]

Vapula[edit]

  • Vapula appears in Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin as a purple lion with red markings and mane and griffon wings. It attacks by pouncing forward and by spewing a hex from its mouth to curse the character. The player may learn the Hex spell by defeating it.
  • In the role-playing game In Nomine, Vapula is the Demon Prince of Technology, tasked with providing humanity with tool to destroy themselves. His main rival is Jean, the Archangel of Lightning.
  • In the BattleTech game universe, the character Dr. Devon Cortland, designer of the Word of Blake's Celestial omnimechs, Spectral omnifighters, and Demon-series powered armor, is given the name Vapula upon his ascension to the Word of Blake's elite.
  • One of the antagonists in the game Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber is named Vapula Simburg. He is one of the Temple Commanders of the Caliginous Order of the Holy Lodis Empire and makes a brief appearance late in the game to fight against the player's party.

Vassago[edit]

  • Vassago appears in the Castlevania games Lament of Innocence and Curse of Darkness as a minor enemy, which resembles a floating, ghost-like creature armed with axes.
  • A monster named Vassago appears in Tales of Destiny 2 as the second boss.
  • In the novel Hideaway by Dean Koontz, the primary antagonist is a serial killer returned from Hell, who uses the name Vassago rather than his real name.
  • In Lady Death, a demonic unicorn named Vassago was Lady Death's steed.
  • In the fantasy-terror movie Hideaway, the villain, a possessed artist, was called Vassago after the demon within him.
  • The MMORPG Final Fantasy XI, contains an exclusive Dark Knight weapon, Vassago's Scythe.[6] Vassago himself also appears as a villain in the quest "Mirror Images".
  • In the Yu-Gi-Oh Trading Card Game, there is a Monster Card based on Vassago, named Versago the Destroyer.
  • Vassago plays a significant role in the novel The Day After Judgement by James Blish, where an ambiguous relationship to the majority of the Infernal forces is implied.

Zaebos[edit]

Zagan[edit]

  • In the 2006 Dungeons & Dragons supplement Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow, and True Name Magic, Zagan appears as a "vestige" with whom characters can make a pact in return for power.
  • In the game Golden Sun, Zagan appears as a summoned monster with a lion's head and goat's legs, wielding a large axe.
  • He appears in Final Fantasy XI as a member of the Dark Kindred in the dreamworld of Dynamis-Xarcabard. His death is necessary to trigger the fight against the Dynamis Lord. His job class is Dragoon, he can summon a wyvern, and he can call for his remaining army to attack the players all at once.
  • In the Manga Battle Angel Alita he appears as Cyborg, his name is slightly changed to Zapan.
  • Zagan is the name of Hakuryuu Ren's Djinn in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.

Zepar[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Eagleson, Alex (2005-12-02). "Shadow Hearts walkthrough". IGN. Retrieved 2008-09-01. 
  2. ^ Eagleson, Alex (2005-01-06). "Shadow Hearts: Covenant walkthrough". IGN. Retrieved 2008-09-01. 
  3. ^ Dragon #91, p 32
  4. ^ Website for Dantalion no Shoka
  5. ^ Esuno, Sakae (September 26, 2011), 未来日記フラグメンツ 公式ガイドブック (Future Diary Fragments - An Official Guidebook) (in Japanese), Tokyo: Kadokawa Shoten, p. 15, ISBN 978-4-04-715793-4 )
  6. ^ FF XI Cyclopedia entry for Vassago's Scythe