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* ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' enemy Satan Girl. The first version was Pre-Crisis Supergirl's evil duplicate who attempted to murder the female members of the ''ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}''. The second version was an undead Satanist witch. The third Satan Girl was an alien death and love goddess who conquered the 31st century Earth in a matter of days.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/HellsisterTrilogy'', Satan Girl -Supergirl's evil counterpart with all of her power and nothing of her conscience- and her son Berserker who has been raised by ComicBook/{{Darkseid}}.
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[[folder:Miscellaneous Demonic Names]]
[[folder:Hell]]



* In ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' the Sonozaki sisters and their grandmother all have the character for 'oni' (demon) in their names. (The twins' mother did, too, but had to change the spelling when she got married.) It's an [[InTheBlood old family tradition]]...
* For ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'', the assassins of the Varia squad have names like Leviathan, Belphegor, and Mammon.
* Lala Satalin (for "Satan") Deviluke, Nana Asta (for "Astaroth") Deviluke and Momo Velia (for "Belial") Deviluke from ''Manga/ToLoveRu''. And especially their father, Gid Lucione (for "Lucifer") Deviluke.
* If you go for a variant on "beelzebub" or "satan", you'll generally look like you're trying too hard, though. Unless you're in Japan: Mr. Satan (from ''Manga/DragonBall''). He's not evil, though, and while he'd be a badass in any other Verse, in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' he's a {{Muggle|s}} with [[FakeUltimateHero delusions of grandeur]]. ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' also gives us Demon, Beelzebumon, and [=SkullSatamon=]. They were dubbed as Daemon, Beelzemon, and... [=SkullSatamon=]?!

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* In ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' The main villain of ''Anime/MazingerZ'' was Doctor Hell. Somehow neither that, the Sonozaki sisters and their grandmother all have EvilLaugh ''or'' the character for 'oni' (demon) in their names. (The twins' mother did, too, but had to change the spelling when she got married.) It's an [[InTheBlood old family tradition]]...
* For ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'', the assassins of the Varia squad have names like Leviathan, Belphegor, and Mammon.
* Lala Satalin (for "Satan") Deviluke, Nana Asta (for "Astaroth") Deviluke and Momo Velia (for "Belial") Deviluke from ''Manga/ToLoveRu''. And especially their father, Gid Lucione (for "Lucifer") Deviluke.
* If you go for a variant on "beelzebub" or "satan", you'll generally look like you're trying too hard, though. Unless you're in Japan: Mr. Satan (from ''Manga/DragonBall''). He's not evil, though, and while he'd be a badass in any other Verse, in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' he's a {{Muggle|s}} with [[FakeUltimateHero delusions of grandeur]]. ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' also gives us Demon, Beelzebumon, and [=SkullSatamon=]. They
creepy purple skin were enough for people to figure out he was evil until it was too late. The dubbed version (''Tranzor Z'') was worried people might be offended by that, so they called him "Doctor Demon" instead. Yeah, that's a LOT better.
** In ''Anime/ShinMazinger'', on the other hand, everyone was able to figure him out rather quickly, even before the purple skin.
* ''Anime/InuYasha'' has [[VillainSue Naraku]], a pun on the word "Naraka", the term for Hell in Buddhism.
* Integra Manga/{{Hellsing}}, though running won't help,
as Daemon, Beelzemon, and... [=SkullSatamon=]?!
she's a perfect shot. And that's if she doesn't decide to sic {{Alucard}}, her even worse servant, on you.

[[AC:ComicBooks]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}''.
* Anton Hellgate, recurring villain in Marvel's ''Comicbook/GhostRider'' comics during the 90's.
* Hellhound, used by two Creator/{{DC|Comics}} villains. The second bought the rights to the name.



* The BigBad of ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'' is a vamp (both [[OurVampiresAreDifferent literally]] and [[TheVamp figuratively]]) named Santánico Pandemonium.

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* The BigBad of ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'' is a vamp (both [[OurVampiresAreDifferent literally]] and [[TheVamp figuratively]]) named Santánico Pandemonium.
Sam Hell (Rowdy Roddy Piper) in the B-classic ''Hell Comes To Frogtown''.



* Subverted in Creator/TimothyZahn's ''Heir to the Empire'' trilogy, as, when Han and Lando first meet Garm Bel Iblis, they disagree on whether he can be trusted, with Han sure he's on the up-and-up, while Lando is more suspicious. [[GenreSavvy Readers familiar with this trope]] might tend to side with Lando, since Garm was the name, in Norse myth, of the Hound that guarded the gate to the underworld, while Bel, an alternate spelling of ba'al, in Christian demonology, was/is the name of a demon, while, Iblis is, in Arabic, an alternate name for Satan. It turns out, however, that Han is right and Garm Bel Iblis is a straightforward white-hat.

[[AC: Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/{{Kings}}'': Vesper Abbadon, portrayed by Brian Cox.
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica1978'' has the SatanicArchetype Count Iblis, who may be a SufficientlyAdvancedAlien or an actual demon.

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* Subverted Possibly an allusion: Dr. Abraham van Helsing from ''Literature/{{Dracula}}''. The anime ''Anime/{{Hellsing}}'' added an extra L, just to be clear.
* Nymeria from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' picks up the nickname Hellbitch when she becomes alpha of a whole bunch of wolfpacks.
* Hell Tanner from ''Literature/DamnationAlley''.
* Variation: the Forsaken Lanfear
in Creator/TimothyZahn's ''Heir ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', whose name comes from the French "l'enfer" meaning Hell.
* Weapons dealer Randolph Hellebore, the main antagonist from ''Literature/SilverFin''.

[[AC:LiveActionTV]]
* Abassador Hell from the original ''Series/KamenRider''.

[[AC:{{Mythology}}]]
* The {{Trope Namer|s}} and UrExample would have to be Hel, the Myth/{{Norse|Mythology}} death goddess. Her realm is also called Hel, and this name was later absorbed into the English language to refer
to the Empire'' trilogy, as, when Han and Lando first meet Garm Bel Iblis, they disagree on whether he can be trusted, with Han sure he's on the up-and-up, while Lando is more suspicious. [[GenreSavvy Readers familiar with this trope]] might tend to side with Lando, since Garm was the name, in Norse myth, of the Hound that guarded the gate to the underworld, while Bel, an alternate spelling of ba'al, in Christian demonology, was/is the name of a demon, while, Iblis is, in Arabic, an alternate name for Satan. It turns out, however, that Han is right and Garm Bel Iblis is a straightforward white-hat.

[[AC: Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/{{Kings}}'': Vesper Abbadon, portrayed by Brian Cox.
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica1978'' has the SatanicArchetype Count Iblis, who may be a SufficientlyAdvancedAlien or an actual demon.
underworld.



* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' has the QuirkyMinibossSquad, the {{Seven|DeadlySins}} Sisters of Purgatory: Lucifer, Satan, Asmodeus, Beelzebub, Leviathan, Belphegor, and Mammon. Their main job in the series is carrying out human sacrifices to resurrect their mistress. (And {{Fanservice}}.)
** The demons from ''VideoGame/ArsGoetia'' - Ronove, Gaap, Zepar, and Furfur - also follow this trope pretty well, to the same extent as the Stakes of Purgatory.
* ''VideoGame/CookieClicker'' has demonic upgrades buyable when [[NewGamePlus Ascending]], which help you retain optimal cookie production for a time after closing the game (starts at one hour, with each new upgrade doubling that time). The upgrades are, in order: Belphegor, Mammon, Abaddon, Satan, Asmodeus, Beelzebub and Lucifer. Their counterpart, the angelic upgrades, cause the cookie production after said time to increase.
* Caim from ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}''. Named after a demon of the ''Literature/ArsGoetia''. Rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]]. [[AxCrazy Completely]] '''''[[AxCrazy batshit insane]]'''''.
* [[BearsAreBadNews Yao Guai]] (Chinese for demon) in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series.
* The Verlac (German origin, "warlock") family of CosmicHorror cultists in ''VideoGame/{{Anchorhead}}''.

[[AC:WebComics]]
* Doc Scratch from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', an enigmatic, subtle figure with mysterious, vast powers and ambiguous morality at best, almost like Old Scratch himself.

[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* Chernabog (Slavic for "black god") in ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}''.

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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' ''VideoGame/FrontMission: [[GaidenGame Gun Hazard]]'' has the QuirkyMinibossSquad, the {{Seven|DeadlySins}} Sisters of Purgatory: Lucifer, Satan, Asmodeus, Beelzebub, Leviathan, Belphegor, and Mammon. Their main job in the series is carrying out human sacrifices to resurrect their mistress. (And {{Fanservice}}.)
** The demons from ''VideoGame/ArsGoetia'' - Ronove, Gaap, Zepar, and Furfur - also follow this trope pretty well, to the same extent as the Stakes of Purgatory.
* ''VideoGame/CookieClicker'' has demonic upgrades buyable when [[NewGamePlus Ascending]], which help you retain optimal cookie production for a time after closing the game (starts at one hour, with each new upgrade doubling that time). The upgrades are, in order: Belphegor, Mammon, Abaddon, Satan, Asmodeus, Beelzebub and Lucifer. Their counterpart, the angelic upgrades, cause the cookie production after said time to increase.
* Caim from ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}''. Named after a demon
Colonel Ark Hellbrand, whose military takeover of the ''Literature/ArsGoetia''. Rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]]. [[AxCrazy Completely]] '''''[[AxCrazy batshit insane]]'''''.
* [[BearsAreBadNews Yao Guai]] (Chinese for demon) in
[[{{Ruritania}} Republic of Bergen]] kicks off the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series.
* The Verlac (German origin, "warlock") family
plot. Really, though, putting a guy with a last name like "Hellbrand" in charge of CosmicHorror cultists in ''VideoGame/{{Anchorhead}}''.

[[AC:WebComics]]
anything but maybe a fundraising dinner is {{genre blind|ness}} bordering on [[TooDumbToLive suicidal]].
* Doc Scratch Grom Hellscream from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', an enigmatic, subtle figure with mysterious, vast powers ''VideoGame/WarcraftII'' and ambiguous morality at best, almost like Old Scratch himself.

[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* Chernabog (Slavic for "black god")
''III'', and his son Garrosh in ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}''.
''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.



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[[folder:Hell]]
[[folder:Infernal]]

[[AC:VideoGames]]
* Infernals are giant golems of rock and fire summoned by demons and warlocks in ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'' and ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.
* Inferno, the boss of ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur I'' and ''[=SoulCalibur=] II''.

[[AC:RealLife]]
* Two words: ''Vampyroteuthis infernalis'', "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire_Squid Vampire Squid from Hell]]".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lilith]]
According to various traditions (but not [[Literature/TheBible Biblical]] {{canon}}), Lilith was a PsychoPrototype for Eve who rebelled against God and Adam, then became a demon and gave birth to a ton more demons.



* The main villain of ''Anime/MazingerZ'' was Doctor Hell. Somehow neither that, the EvilLaugh ''or'' the creepy purple skin were enough for people to figure out he was evil until it was too late. The dubbed version (''Tranzor Z'') was worried people might be offended by that, so they called him "Doctor Demon" instead. Yeah, that's a LOT better.
** In ''Anime/ShinMazinger'', on the other hand, everyone was able to figure him out rather quickly, even before the purple skin.
* ''Anime/InuYasha'' has [[VillainSue Naraku]], a pun on the word "Naraka", the term for Hell in Buddhism.
* Integra Manga/{{Hellsing}}, though running won't help, as she's a perfect shot. And that's if she doesn't decide to sic {{Alucard}}, her even worse servant, on you.

[[AC:ComicBooks]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}''.
* Anton Hellgate, recurring villain in Marvel's ''Comicbook/GhostRider'' comics during the 90's.
* Hellhound, used by two Creator/{{DC|Comics}} villains. The second bought the rights to the name.

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* The main villain One of ''Anime/MazingerZ'' was Doctor Hell. Somehow neither that, the EvilLaugh ''or'' the creepy purple skin were enough for people to figure out he was evil until it was too late. The dubbed version (''Tranzor Z'') was worried people might be offended by that, so they called him "Doctor Demon" instead. Yeah, that's a LOT better.
** In ''Anime/ShinMazinger'', on the other hand, everyone was able to figure him out rather quickly, even before the purple skin.
* ''Anime/InuYasha'' has [[VillainSue Naraku]], a pun on the word "Naraka", the term for Hell in Buddhism.
* Integra Manga/{{Hellsing}}, though running won't help, as
original Angels from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. She's not that ''evil'', mind you, but she's a perfect shot. And that's if she doesn't decide to sic {{Alucard}}, her even worse servant, on you.

[[AC:ComicBooks]]
still quite {{eldritch|abomination}} and threatening.
* ''ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}''.
Digimon has Lillithmon.

[[AC: Comic Books]]
* Anton Hellgate, recurring villain in Marvel's ''Comicbook/GhostRider'' comics during the 90's.
* Hellhound, used by two Creator/{{DC|Comics}} villains. The second bought the rights to the name.
ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'s mother is named Lilith.



* Sam Hell (Rowdy Roddy Piper) in the B-classic ''Hell Comes To Frogtown''.

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* Sam Hell (Rowdy Roddy Piper) in Lilith Silver, the B-classic ''Hell Comes To Frogtown''.
vampire {{antihero}}ine of {{camp}}y BMovie ''Film/RazorBladeSmile''.



* Possibly an allusion: Dr. Abraham van Helsing from ''Literature/{{Dracula}}''. The anime ''Anime/{{Hellsing}}'' added an extra L, just to be clear.
* Nymeria from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' picks up the nickname Hellbitch when she becomes alpha of a whole bunch of wolfpacks.
* Hell Tanner from ''Literature/DamnationAlley''.
* Variation: the Forsaken Lanfear in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', whose name comes from the French "l'enfer" meaning Hell.
* Weapons dealer Randolph Hellebore, the main antagonist from ''Literature/SilverFin''.

[[AC:LiveActionTV]]
* Abassador Hell from the original ''Series/KamenRider''.

[[AC:{{Mythology}}]]
* The {{Trope Namer|s}} and UrExample would have to be Hel, the Myth/{{Norse|Mythology}} death goddess. Her realm is also called Hel, and this name was later absorbed into the English language to refer to the Christian underworld.

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* Possibly an allusion: Dr. Abraham van Helsing The name of a witch in ''Literature/{{Discworld}}.''
* The name of a WickedWitch in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/{{Stardust}}''.

[[AC:LiveActionTelevision]]
* The name of ''another'' WickedWitch on ''Series/DoctorWho.''
* On ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', [[spoiler:Lilith was a woman who was corrupted by {{Satan}} and became the first demon he created]].
* Evil lawyer Lilah Morgan in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' has a variation on the name.
* Lilith was the first vampire in ''Series/TrueBlood'', and her possession of Bill gave him all her powers, including [[MindOverMatter telekinesis]] and immunity
from ''Literature/{{Dracula}}''. The anime ''Anime/{{Hellsing}}'' added an extra L, just to be clear.
staking.
* Nymeria from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' picks up ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'' has a character called Lilith as one of the nickname Hellbitch when she girlfriends of EvilSorceror the Baron de Belleme, who after his death successfully seduces/brainwashes Robin into helping her to resurrect him.

[[AC: TabletopGames]]
* Infernoid Lilith in ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''. She fuses with Elshaddoll Nephilim/Construct and
becomes alpha of a whole bunch of wolfpacks.
* Hell Tanner from ''Literature/DamnationAlley''.
* Variation:
Elshaddoll Anomalilith. After the Forsaken Lanfear in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', whose name comes from destruction of Anomalilith by the French "l'enfer" meaning Hell.
* Weapons dealer Randolph Hellebore,
hands of Nekroz of Sophia and Planetellarknight Ptolemaios, Lilith's head gathers the main antagonist from ''Literature/SilverFin''.

[[AC:LiveActionTV]]
* Abassador Hell from
dekatrons of the original ''Series/KamenRider''.

[[AC:{{Mythology}}]]
* The {{Trope Namer|s}}
other Infernoids and UrExample would have to be Hel, the Myth/{{Norse|Mythology}} death goddess. Her realm is also called Hel, and this name was later absorbed transforms into the English language to refer to the Christian underworld.
Infernoid Tierra.



* ''VideoGame/FrontMission: [[GaidenGame Gun Hazard]]'' has Colonel Ark Hellbrand, whose military takeover of the [[{{Ruritania}} Republic of Bergen]] kicks off the plot. Really, though, putting a guy with a last name like "Hellbrand" in charge of anything but maybe a fundraising dinner is {{genre blind|ness}} bordering on [[TooDumbToLive suicidal]].
* Grom Hellscream from ''VideoGame/WarcraftII'' and ''III'', and his son Garrosh in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.

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* ''VideoGame/FrontMission: [[GaidenGame Gun Hazard]]'' has Colonel Ark Hellbrand, whose military takeover of the [[{{Ruritania}} Republic of Bergen]] kicks off the plot. Really, though, putting Lilith Pleasant in ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' is a guy downplayed version, being a goth EmoTeen. However, it is a MeaningfulName, as she is contrasted with her dutiful twin sister Angela.
* ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' has Lilith as
a last name like "Hellbrand" new alter-ego for Isaac in charge of anything but maybe the ''Afterbirth'' expansion. She's a fundraising dinner is {{genre blind|ness}} bordering demon who has her eyes bandaged so she can't use tears, instead depending on [[TooDumbToLive suicidal]].
* Grom Hellscream from ''VideoGame/WarcraftII'' and ''III'', and his son Garrosh in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.
familiars to fight.



[[folder:Infernal]]

[[AC:VideoGames]]
* Infernals are giant golems of rock and fire summoned by demons and warlocks in ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'' and ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.
* Inferno, the boss of ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur I'' and ''[=SoulCalibur=] II''.

[[AC:RealLife]]
* Two words: ''Vampyroteuthis infernalis'', "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire_Squid Vampire Squid from Hell]]".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lilith]]
According to various traditions (but not [[Literature/TheBible Biblical]] {{canon}}), Lilith was a PsychoPrototype for Eve who rebelled against God and Adam, then became a demon and gave birth to a ton more demons.

to:

[[folder:Infernal]]

[[AC:VideoGames]]
* Infernals are giant golems of rock and fire summoned by demons and warlocks in ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'' and ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.
* Inferno, the boss of ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur I'' and ''[=SoulCalibur=] II''.

[[AC:RealLife]]
* Two words: ''Vampyroteuthis infernalis'', "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire_Squid Vampire Squid from Hell]]".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lilith]]
According to various traditions (but not [[Literature/TheBible Biblical]] {{canon}}), Lilith was a PsychoPrototype for Eve who rebelled against God and Adam, then became a demon and gave birth to a ton more demons.
[[folder:Lucifer]]



* One of the original Angels from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. She's not that ''evil'', mind you, but she's still quite {{eldritch|abomination}} and threatening.
* Digimon has Lillithmon.

[[AC: Comic Books]]
* ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'s mother is named Lilith.

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* One Lucemon of ''Anime/DigimonFrontier''.
* Ulquiorra Cifer from ''{{Manga/Bleach}}''.
* Gid '''Lucion''' Deviluke in ''Manga/ToLoveRu''.
* VF-27 Lucifer, a TransformingMecha from ''Anime/MacrossFrontier''.

[[AC:ComicBooks]]
* AntiHero of his own Creator/{{Vertigo|Comics}} comic book
of the original Angels from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. She's not that ''evil'', mind you, but she's still quite {{eldritch|abomination}} and threatening.
* Digimon has Lillithmon.

[[AC: Comic Books]]
* ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'s mother is named Lilith.
same name



* Lilith Silver, the vampire {{antihero}}ine of {{camp}}y BMovie ''Film/RazorBladeSmile''.

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* Lilith Silver, the vampire {{antihero}}ine of {{camp}}y BMovie ''Film/RazorBladeSmile''.
[[LouisCypher Louis/Luis Cypher]] (''Film/AngelHeart'', ''Film/TheMatrix''...)



* The name of a witch in ''Literature/{{Discworld}}.''
* The name of a WickedWitch in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/{{Stardust}}''.

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* The Lucius Malfoy from ''Literature/HarryPotter''
* Le Chiffre, of ''Literature/CasinoRoyale'', gets bonus points for being a pretty good spy
name even in translation - it means "the number" or "the cypher".
* Valentine Morgenstern
of a witch in ''Literature/{{Discworld}}.''
* The
''Literature/TheMortalInstruments''. His last name of means "Fallen star", referring to the fallen angel, Lucifer. You'd think that an organization as biblically based as the Shadowhunters would have been a WickedWitch in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/{{Stardust}}''.
little concerned when the guy whose last name essentially meant "Lucifer" began to gain so much power...



* The name of ''another'' WickedWitch on ''Series/DoctorWho.''
* On ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', [[spoiler:Lilith was a woman who was corrupted by {{Satan}} and became the first demon he created]].
* Evil lawyer Lilah Morgan in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' has a variation on the name.
* Lilith was the first vampire in ''Series/TrueBlood'', and her possession of Bill gave him all her powers, including [[MindOverMatter telekinesis]] and immunity from staking.
* ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'' has a character called Lilith as one of the girlfriends of EvilSorceror the Baron de Belleme, who after his death successfully seduces/brainwashes Robin into helping her to resurrect him.

[[AC: TabletopGames]]
* Infernoid Lilith in ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''. She fuses with Elshaddoll Nephilim/Construct and becomes Elshaddoll Anomalilith. After the destruction of Anomalilith by the hands of Nekroz of Sophia and Planetellarknight Ptolemaios, Lilith's head gathers the dekatrons of the other Infernoids and transforms into Infernoid Tierra.

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* The name of ''another'' WickedWitch on ''Series/DoctorWho.''
* On ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', [[spoiler:Lilith was a woman who was corrupted by {{Satan}} and became
In ''Series/{{Angel}}'', the first demon he created]].
* Evil lawyer
lawyers of the evil OccultLawFirm Wolfram & Hart have an unusual frequency of "LM" initials (Lee Mercer, Lyndsey [=McDonald=], Lilah Morgan in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' has Morgan, Lynwood Murrow). Although never confirmed as deliberate, there's a variation on the name.
* Lilith was the first vampire in ''Series/TrueBlood'', and her possession of Bill gave him all her powers, including [[MindOverMatter telekinesis]] and immunity
common fan interpretation that this derives from staking.
Lucifer Morningstar.
* ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'' has a character called Lilith as In ''Series/JackTaylor'', the girls at one of the girlfriends of EvilSorceror the Baron de Belleme, who after his death successfully seduces/brainwashes Robin into helping her to resurrect him.

[[AC: TabletopGames]]
* Infernoid Lilith in ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''. She fuses with Elshaddoll Nephilim/Construct and becomes Elshaddoll Anomalilith. After the destruction of Anomalilith
Ireland's notorious Magdalene laundries (workhouse institutions run by the hands of Nekroz of Sophia and Planetellarknight Ptolemaios, Lilith's head gathers the dekatrons of the other Infernoids and transforms into Infernoid Tierra.
Catholic Church which took in "fallen women" to do demeaning labor, like laundering clothes) used to refer to one particularly sadistic nun as "Lucifer."



* Lilith Pleasant in ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' is a downplayed version, being a goth EmoTeen. However, it is a MeaningfulName, as she is contrasted with her dutiful twin sister Angela.
* ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' has Lilith as a new alter-ego for Isaac in the ''Afterbirth'' expansion. She's a demon who has her eyes bandaged so she can't use tears, instead depending on familiars to fight.

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* Lilith Pleasant Similarily, "Lucien" is also a name to be found on dangerous people, as ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'', ''{{VideoGame/Fable}}'', and ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' demonstrate.
* Lucifron, a monster
in ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' is a downplayed version, being a goth EmoTeen. However, it is a MeaningfulName, as she is contrasted with her dutiful twin sister Angela.
''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.
* ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' has Lilith as a new alter-ego for Isaac The BigBad in the ''Afterbirth'' expansion. She's a demon who ''VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins'' series, although he was renamed Loki or Rushifell in the American versions of some of the games.
* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas''
has her eyes bandaged so she can't use tears, instead depending Lucius, the leader of Caesar's PraetorianGuard.
* The Prince of the Underworld in ''VideoGame/PrincessMaker'' is named Lucifon. Despite trying to lead an army against humans years ago, he's a necesary evil, since there must exist a balance between Heavens, Underworld and Earth. Plus, he's not such a bad guy when you meet him.

[[AC:Webcomics]]
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': [[MadScientist Dr. Lucifer Mongfish]], [[MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter father]] of [[BigBad Lucrezia]], Serpentina, and Demonica. They themselves qualify for different categories of this trope.

[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* Lucius Henious VII and his son, Beezy
on familiars to fight.
''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes''.
* Lucifer the Cat from Disney's ''{{Disney/Cinderella}}'', the original [[WebOriginal/LOLCats Basement Cat]].
* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' gives us Mike Morningstar. Morningstar is the most common translation for Lucifer.



[[folder:Lucifer]]

[[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* Lucemon of ''Anime/DigimonFrontier''.
* Ulquiorra Cifer from ''{{Manga/Bleach}}''.
* Gid '''Lucion''' Deviluke in ''Manga/ToLoveRu''.
* VF-27 Lucifer, a TransformingMecha from ''Anime/MacrossFrontier''.

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[[folder:Lucifer]]

[[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
[[folder:Mammon]]

[[AC:AnimeandManga]]
* Lucemon of ''Anime/DigimonFrontier''.
* Ulquiorra Cifer from ''{{Manga/Bleach}}''.
* Gid '''Lucion''' Deviluke in ''Manga/ToLoveRu''.
* VF-27 Lucifer, a TransformingMecha from ''Anime/MacrossFrontier''.
Digimon has Barbamon, because Mammon is something else.



* AntiHero of his own Creator/{{Vertigo|Comics}} comic book of the same name

[[AC:{{Film}}]]
* [[LouisCypher Louis/Luis Cypher]] (''Film/AngelHeart'', ''Film/TheMatrix''...)

[[AC:{{Literature}}]]
* Lucius Malfoy from ''Literature/HarryPotter''
* Le Chiffre, of ''Literature/CasinoRoyale'', gets bonus points for being a pretty good spy name even in translation - it means "the number" or "the cypher".
* Valentine Morgenstern of ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments''. His last name means "Fallen star", referring to the fallen angel, Lucifer. You'd think that an organization as biblically based as the Shadowhunters would have been a little concerned when the guy whose last name essentially meant "Lucifer" began to gain so much power...

[[AC:LiveActionTelevision]]
* In ''Series/{{Angel}}'', the lawyers of the evil OccultLawFirm Wolfram & Hart have an unusual frequency of "LM" initials (Lee Mercer, Lyndsey [=McDonald=], Lilah Morgan, Lynwood Murrow). Although never confirmed as deliberate, there's a common fan interpretation that this derives from Lucifer Morningstar.
* In ''Series/JackTaylor'', the girls at one of Ireland's notorious Magdalene laundries (workhouse institutions run by the Catholic Church which took in "fallen women" to do demeaning labor, like laundering clothes) used to refer to one particularly sadistic nun as "Lucifer."

[[AC:VideoGames]]
* Similarily, "Lucien" is also a name to be found on dangerous people, as ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'', ''{{VideoGame/Fable}}'', and ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' demonstrate.
* Lucifron, a monster in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.
* The BigBad in the ''VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins'' series, although he was renamed Loki or Rushifell in the American versions of some of the games.
* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' has Lucius, the leader of Caesar's PraetorianGuard.
* The Prince of the Underworld in ''VideoGame/PrincessMaker'' is named Lucifon. Despite trying to lead an army against humans years ago, he's a necesary evil, since there must exist a balance between Heavens, Underworld and Earth. Plus, he's not such a bad guy when you meet him.

[[AC:Webcomics]]
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': [[MadScientist Dr. Lucifer Mongfish]], [[MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter father]] of [[BigBad Lucrezia]], Serpentina, and Demonica. They themselves qualify for different categories of this trope.

[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* Lucius Henious VII and his son, Beezy on ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes''.
* Lucifer the Cat from Disney's ''{{Disney/Cinderella}}'', the original [[WebOriginal/LOLCats Basement Cat]].
* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' gives us Mike Morningstar. Morningstar is the most common translation for Lucifer.

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* AntiHero of his own Creator/{{Vertigo|Comics}} comic book Mammon, the current BigBad of the same name

[[AC:{{Film}}]]
''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' series.

[[AC:WebComics]]
* [[LouisCypher Louis/Luis Cypher]] (''Film/AngelHeart'', ''Film/TheMatrix''...)

[[AC:{{Literature}}]]
* Lucius Malfoy from ''Literature/HarryPotter''
* Le Chiffre, of ''Literature/CasinoRoyale'', gets bonus points for being a pretty good spy name even in translation - it means "the number" or "the cypher".
* Valentine Morgenstern of ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments''. His last name means "Fallen star", referring to
Mammon, the fallen angel, Lucifer. You'd think that an organization Grand Dragon serves as biblically based as the Shadowhunters would have been a little concerned when the guy whose last name essentially meant "Lucifer" began to gain so much power...

[[AC:LiveActionTelevision]]
* In ''Series/{{Angel}}'', the lawyers
one of the evil OccultLawFirm Wolfram & Hart have an unusual frequency primary antagonists of "LM" initials (Lee Mercer, Lyndsey [=McDonald=], Lilah Morgan, Lynwood Murrow). Although never confirmed as deliberate, there's ''Webcomic/KillSixBillionDemons'', a common fan interpretation that this derives from Lucifer Morningstar.
* In ''Series/JackTaylor'', the girls at one of Ireland's notorious Magdalene laundries (workhouse institutions run by the Catholic Church which took in "fallen women" to do demeaning labor, like laundering clothes) used to refer to one particularly sadistic nun as "Lucifer."

[[AC:VideoGames]]
* Similarily, "Lucien" is also a name to be found on dangerous people, as ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'', ''{{VideoGame/Fable}}'',
massive, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent vaguely-draconic]] PhysicalGod and ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' demonstrate.
* Lucifron, a monster in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.
* The BigBad in the ''VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins'' series, although he was renamed Loki or Rushifell in the American versions of some
an [[{{Greed}} avaricious]] tyrant ruling over one-seventh of the games.
* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' has Lucius, the leader of Caesar's PraetorianGuard.
* The Prince of the Underworld in ''VideoGame/PrincessMaker'' is named Lucifon. Despite trying to lead an army against humans years ago, he's a necesary evil, since there must exist a balance between Heavens, Underworld and Earth. Plus, he's not such a bad guy when you meet him.

[[AC:Webcomics]]
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': [[MadScientist Dr. Lucifer Mongfish]], [[MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter father]] of [[BigBad Lucrezia]], Serpentina, and Demonica. They themselves qualify for different categories of this trope.

[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* Lucius Henious VII and his son, Beezy on ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes''.
* Lucifer the Cat from Disney's ''{{Disney/Cinderella}}'', the original [[WebOriginal/LOLCats Basement Cat]].
* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' gives us Mike Morningstar. Morningstar is the most common translation for Lucifer.
[[{{Multiverse}} multiverse.]]



[[folder:Mammon]]

[[AC:AnimeandManga]]
* Digimon has Barbamon, because Mammon is something else.

[[AC:ComicBooks]]
* Mammon, the current BigBad of the ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' series.

[[AC:WebComics]]
* Mammon, the Grand Dragon serves as one of the primary antagonists of ''Webcomic/KillSixBillionDemons'', a massive, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent vaguely-draconic]] PhysicalGod and an [[{{Greed}} avaricious]] tyrant ruling over one-seventh of the [[{{Multiverse}} multiverse.]]

[[/folder]]



!!Angelic names
For anyone who wishes to keep track, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Enochian_angels here is a convenient score card]] for the Angel team.

[[folder:Angel (and variations)]]

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!!Angelic names
For anyone who wishes to keep track, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Enochian_angels here is a convenient score card]] for the Angel team.

[[folder:Angel (and variations)]]
[[folder:Miscellaneous Demonic Names]]



* Evangeline Athanasia Katherine [=McDowell=] from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', has a hard K sound in the middle names just to increase the fear. Also an OverlyLongName, and the girl has a number of [[RedBaron Titles to Run Away From Really Fast]]
** [[EmbarrassingMiddleName She hates it]] [[FluffyTheTerrible when people call her "Kitty"]].
** Despite the angel-derived name, she is [[NobleDemon very much a demon and won't hesitate to remind you]].
* Digimon has the Angemon-Species who's members include Angemon, Pidmon, Angewomon and Magna Angemon. Although, not members of the Angemon-Species, related Digimon include, Seraphimon, Ophanimon, Cherubimon, Darcmon, Dominimon, Rasielmon and Mastemon.
* ''Manga/BlackButler'' has two: Angelina Durless (aka Madame Red) [[spoiler: who is actually one-half of Jack The Ripper]], and [[LightIsNotGood Angela Blanc]] [[spoiler: the female identity of a [[GenderBender hermaphroditic]] [[OurAngelsAreDifferent batshit crazy angel]] who wants to [[PureIsNotGood purify]] London by [[KillItWithFire burning out the sin]]]].
* The mind-rending, city-destroying, giant alien monsters of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' are called Angels. While some have almost beautiful shapes, most are bestial monsters or, seemingly, physically impossible (such as a 600-metre by 3 nanometre floating circle and a floating, proton beam-firing octahedron) , the most beautiful Angel, Arael, a giant, glowing, winged creature in space, is the cause of the trope-naming MindRape, and is a prime example of LightIsNotGood.

[[AC:ComicBooks]]
* Angel of the Franchise/XMen.
* Angela in ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}''

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* Evangeline Athanasia Katherine [=McDowell=] from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', has a hard K sound in In ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' the middle names just to increase Sonozaki sisters and their grandmother all have the fear. Also an OverlyLongName, and character for 'oni' (demon) in their names. (The twins' mother did, too, but had to change the girl has a number of [[RedBaron Titles to Run Away From Really Fast]]
** [[EmbarrassingMiddleName She hates it]] [[FluffyTheTerrible
spelling when people call her "Kitty"]].
** Despite
she got married.) It's an [[InTheBlood old family tradition]]...
* For ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'',
the angel-derived name, she is [[NobleDemon very much a demon and won't hesitate to remind you]].
* Digimon has the Angemon-Species who's members include Angemon, Pidmon, Angewomon and Magna Angemon. Although, not members
assassins of the Angemon-Species, related Digimon include, Seraphimon, Ophanimon, Cherubimon, Darcmon, Dominimon, Rasielmon and Mastemon.
* ''Manga/BlackButler'' has two: Angelina Durless (aka Madame Red) [[spoiler: who is actually one-half of Jack The Ripper]], and [[LightIsNotGood Angela Blanc]] [[spoiler: the female identity of a [[GenderBender hermaphroditic]] [[OurAngelsAreDifferent batshit crazy angel]] who wants to [[PureIsNotGood purify]] London by [[KillItWithFire burning out the sin]]]].
* The mind-rending, city-destroying, giant alien monsters of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' are called Angels. While some
Varia squad have almost beautiful shapes, most are bestial monsters or, seemingly, physically impossible (such as a 600-metre by 3 nanometre floating circle names like Leviathan, Belphegor, and a floating, proton beam-firing octahedron) , the most beautiful Angel, Arael, a giant, glowing, winged creature in space, is the cause of the trope-naming MindRape, Mammon.
* Lala Satalin (for "Satan") Deviluke, Nana Asta (for "Astaroth") Deviluke
and is Momo Velia (for "Belial") Deviluke from ''Manga/ToLoveRu''. And especially their father, Gid Lucione (for "Lucifer") Deviluke.
* If you go for
a prime example variant on "beelzebub" or "satan", you'll generally look like you're trying too hard, though. Unless you're in Japan: Mr. Satan (from ''Manga/DragonBall''). He's not evil, though, and while he'd be a badass in any other Verse, in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' he's a {{Muggle|s}} with [[FakeUltimateHero delusions of LightIsNotGood.

[[AC:ComicBooks]]
* Angel of the Franchise/XMen.
* Angela in ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}''
grandeur]]. ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' also gives us Demon, Beelzebumon, and [=SkullSatamon=]. They were dubbed as Daemon, Beelzemon, and... [=SkullSatamon=]?!



* ''Film/HotFuzz'': Sgt. Nicholas Angel, badge number 777.
* Harold "Harry" Angel, the shady private detective in ''Film/AngelHeart''. Only by the end do we know how bad he really is: [[spoiler:He's really an evil occultist named Johnny Favorite, the very same man he was looking for. He tried to cheat Satan out of the deal he made with him prior to the start of the film, by stealing the identity of the real Harold Angel.]]

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* ''Film/HotFuzz'': Sgt. Nicholas Angel, badge number 777.
* Harold "Harry" Angel, the shady private detective in ''Film/AngelHeart''. Only by the end do we know how bad he really is: [[spoiler:He's really an evil occultist
The BigBad of ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'' is a vamp (both [[OurVampiresAreDifferent literally]] and [[TheVamp figuratively]]) named Johnny Favorite, the very same man he was looking for. He tried to cheat Satan out of the deal he made with him prior to the start of the film, by stealing the identity of the real Harold Angel.]]
Santánico Pandemonium.



* Angela, the [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} kooky]] but fearsome witch from the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle.''

[[AC:LiveActionTV]]
* [[MagnificentBastard Angela]] from ''{{Series/Heroes}}''.
* The title character of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' is a good guy... when he's going by that name. However, if he's calling himself Angelus, ''[[SuperpoweredEvilSide run]]''.
* Weeping Angels are a race of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s on ''Series/DoctorWho''.

[[AC:RealLife]]
* Destroying Angel mushrooms, which contain some of the deadliest known mycotoxins. Even touching one can kill you. Even better? It doesn't ''just'' kill you, it kills you after three or so days due to it shutting down your liver and kidneys.
* The Angel of Death was the nickname of the infamous [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] concentration camp doctor Josef Mengele.
* In Scandinavia, [[OrphanageOfFear baby farmers]] were known as Angel Makers.

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* Angela, Subverted in Creator/TimothyZahn's ''Heir to the [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} kooky]] but fearsome witch from the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle.''

[[AC:LiveActionTV]]
* [[MagnificentBastard Angela]] from ''{{Series/Heroes}}''.
* The title character of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' is a good guy...
Empire'' trilogy, as, when Han and Lando first meet Garm Bel Iblis, they disagree on whether he can be trusted, with Han sure he's going by that name. However, if he's calling himself Angelus, ''[[SuperpoweredEvilSide run]]''.
* Weeping Angels are a race of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s
on ''Series/DoctorWho''.

[[AC:RealLife]]
* Destroying Angel mushrooms, which contain some of
the deadliest known mycotoxins. Even touching one can kill you. Even better? It doesn't ''just'' kill you, it kills you after three or so days due up-and-up, while Lando is more suspicious. [[GenreSavvy Readers familiar with this trope]] might tend to it shutting down your liver and kidneys.
* The Angel of Death
side with Lando, since Garm was the nickname name, in Norse myth, of the infamous [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] concentration camp doctor Josef Mengele.
Hound that guarded the gate to the underworld, while Bel, an alternate spelling of ba'al, in Christian demonology, was/is the name of a demon, while, Iblis is, in Arabic, an alternate name for Satan. It turns out, however, that Han is right and Garm Bel Iblis is a straightforward white-hat.

[[AC: Live Action TV]]
* In Scandinavia, [[OrphanageOfFear baby farmers]] were known as Angel Makers.
''Series/{{Kings}}'': Vesper Abbadon, portrayed by Brian Cox.
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica1978'' has the SatanicArchetype Count Iblis, who may be a SufficientlyAdvancedAlien or an actual demon.



* Angelus from ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}''.
* Eldiel: FallenAngel antagonist in both versions of ''Franchise/{{Ys}} IV'', and the BigBad of the Super Famicom version.
* Jenna Angel from ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga''.

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* Angelus ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' has the QuirkyMinibossSquad, the {{Seven|DeadlySins}} Sisters of Purgatory: Lucifer, Satan, Asmodeus, Beelzebub, Leviathan, Belphegor, and Mammon. Their main job in the series is carrying out human sacrifices to resurrect their mistress. (And {{Fanservice}}.)
** The demons
from ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}''.
* Eldiel: FallenAngel antagonist in both versions of ''Franchise/{{Ys}} IV'',
''VideoGame/ArsGoetia'' - Ronove, Gaap, Zepar, and Furfur - also follow this trope pretty well, to the BigBad same extent as the Stakes of Purgatory.
* ''VideoGame/CookieClicker'' has demonic upgrades buyable when [[NewGamePlus Ascending]], which help you retain optimal cookie production for a time after closing the game (starts at one hour, with each new upgrade doubling that time). The upgrades are, in order: Belphegor, Mammon, Abaddon, Satan, Asmodeus, Beelzebub and Lucifer. Their counterpart, the angelic upgrades, cause the cookie production after said time to increase.
* Caim from ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}''. Named after a demon
of the Super Famicom version.
''Literature/ArsGoetia''. Rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]]. [[AxCrazy Completely]] '''''[[AxCrazy batshit insane]]'''''.
* Jenna Angel [[BearsAreBadNews Yao Guai]] (Chinese for demon) in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series.
* The Verlac (German origin, "warlock") family of CosmicHorror cultists in ''VideoGame/{{Anchorhead}}''.

[[AC:WebComics]]
* Doc Scratch
from ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga''.''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', an enigmatic, subtle figure with mysterious, vast powers and ambiguous morality at best, almost like Old Scratch himself.

[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* Chernabog (Slavic for "black god") in ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}''.



[[folder:Azrael]]
Anglicized form of the name for the Angel of Death in Islam and some Hebrew lore. According to more modern Anglicization it would be Isra'il. Not to be confused with Israfil- which is the Muslim name for Raphael.

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[[folder:Azrael]]
Anglicized form of the name
!!Angelic names
For anyone who wishes to keep track, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Enochian_angels here is a convenient score card]]
for the Angel of Death in Islam and some Hebrew lore. According to more modern Anglicization it would be Isra'il. Not to be confused with Israfil- which is the Muslim name for Raphael.
team.

[[folder:Angel (and variations)]]



* Muruta Azrael of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'', an [[SmugSnake arrogant]], [[HeManWomanHater misogynistic]], [[FantasticRacism racist]] lobbyist and politician who seeks to [[FinalSolution kill every]] [[BornWinner Coordinator]] in existence with [[NukeEm nuclear weapons]] and uses [[PsychoSerum drugged up]] {{Tykebomb}}s as front-line ChildSoldiers. Oh and he's a SoreLoser to boot. Start running now.

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* Muruta Azrael of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'', Evangeline Athanasia Katherine [=McDowell=] from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', has a hard K sound in the middle names just to increase the fear. Also an [[SmugSnake arrogant]], [[HeManWomanHater misogynistic]], [[FantasticRacism racist]] lobbyist OverlyLongName, and politician the girl has a number of [[RedBaron Titles to Run Away From Really Fast]]
** [[EmbarrassingMiddleName She hates it]] [[FluffyTheTerrible when people call her "Kitty"]].
** Despite the angel-derived name, she is [[NobleDemon very much a demon and won't hesitate to remind you]].
* Digimon has the Angemon-Species who's members include Angemon, Pidmon, Angewomon and Magna Angemon. Although, not members of the Angemon-Species, related Digimon include, Seraphimon, Ophanimon, Cherubimon, Darcmon, Dominimon, Rasielmon and Mastemon.
* ''Manga/BlackButler'' has two: Angelina Durless (aka Madame Red) [[spoiler:
who seeks to [[FinalSolution kill every]] [[BornWinner Coordinator]] in existence with [[NukeEm nuclear weapons]] is actually one-half of Jack The Ripper]], and uses [[PsychoSerum drugged up]] {{Tykebomb}}s [[LightIsNotGood Angela Blanc]] [[spoiler: the female identity of a [[GenderBender hermaphroditic]] [[OurAngelsAreDifferent batshit crazy angel]] who wants to [[PureIsNotGood purify]] London by [[KillItWithFire burning out the sin]]]].
* The mind-rending, city-destroying, giant alien monsters of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' are called Angels. While some have almost beautiful shapes, most are bestial monsters or, seemingly, physically impossible (such
as front-line ChildSoldiers. Oh a 600-metre by 3 nanometre floating circle and he's a SoreLoser to boot. Start running now.
floating, proton beam-firing octahedron) , the most beautiful Angel, Arael, a giant, glowing, winged creature in space, is the cause of the trope-naming MindRape, and is a prime example of LightIsNotGood.



* [[ComicBook/{{Azrael}} Anti-heroes]] from the Franchise/{{Bat|man}}verse.
* Gargamel's pet cat in ''Franchise/TheSmurfs''

[[AC:FanFic]]
* Azrael in [[Fanfic/{{Lunarenegade}} L U N A R E N E G A D E]].

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* [[ComicBook/{{Azrael}} Anti-heroes]] from Angel of the Franchise/{{Bat|man}}verse.
Franchise/XMen.
* Gargamel's pet cat Angela in ''Franchise/TheSmurfs''

[[AC:FanFic]]
* Azrael in [[Fanfic/{{Lunarenegade}} L U N A R E N E G A D E]].
''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}''



* Demon in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''

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* Demon ''Film/HotFuzz'': Sgt. Nicholas Angel, badge number 777.
* Harold "Harry" Angel, the shady private detective
in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''
''Film/AngelHeart''. Only by the end do we know how bad he really is: [[spoiler:He's really an evil occultist named Johnny Favorite, the very same man he was looking for. He tried to cheat Satan out of the deal he made with him prior to the start of the film, by stealing the identity of the real Harold Angel.]]



* Asriel of ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials''.
* The real guy shows up in ''Literature/GoodOmens'', and in one of the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' books.
* Azreal, the leader of the Poppy Warriors in the Literature/GemmaDoyle Trilogy.
* The Literature/{{Discworld}} has regular old Death, and he's quite a nice chap when you get to know him, but Death answers to Azrael, the Death of Worlds. [[spoiler:HE'S NOT BAD EITHER.]]

[[AC:{{Music}}]]
* The subject of "Azrael" by proto-prog group The Nice.
* Also the subject of the song of the same name by HeavyMetal band Crimson Glory.

[[AC:TabletopGames]]
* Current Chapter Master of the Dark Angels in ''{{TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000}}'' is one Azrael.
* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Spaceships'' features the [[WeaponOfMassDestruction relativistic kill missile]] ''Azrael''.
* The Beryl Azrael in ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'', but InNameOnly.

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* Asriel of ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials''.
Angela, the [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} kooky]] but fearsome witch from the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle.''

[[AC:LiveActionTV]]
* [[MagnificentBastard Angela]] from ''{{Series/Heroes}}''.
* The real guy shows up in ''Literature/GoodOmens'', and in one title character of the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' books.
* Azreal, the leader of the Poppy Warriors in the Literature/GemmaDoyle Trilogy.
* The Literature/{{Discworld}} has regular old Death, and
''Series/{{Angel}}'' is a good guy... when he's quite going by that name. However, if he's calling himself Angelus, ''[[SuperpoweredEvilSide run]]''.
* Weeping Angels are
a nice chap when you get to know him, but Death answers to Azrael, the Death race of Worlds. [[spoiler:HE'S NOT BAD EITHER.]]

[[AC:{{Music}}]]
{{Eldritch Abomination}}s on ''Series/DoctorWho''.

[[AC:RealLife]]
* The subject of "Azrael" by proto-prog group The Nice.
* Also the subject
Destroying Angel mushrooms, which contain some of the song deadliest known mycotoxins. Even touching one can kill you. Even better? It doesn't ''just'' kill you, it kills you after three or so days due to it shutting down your liver and kidneys.
* The Angel of Death was the nickname
of the same name by HeavyMetal band Crimson Glory.

[[AC:TabletopGames]]
infamous [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] concentration camp doctor Josef Mengele.
* Current Chapter Master of the Dark Angels in ''{{TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000}}'' is one Azrael.
* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Spaceships'' features the [[WeaponOfMassDestruction relativistic kill missile]] ''Azrael''.
* The Beryl Azrael in ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'', but InNameOnly.
In Scandinavia, [[OrphanageOfFear baby farmers]] were known as Angel Makers.



* Azurile from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestMonsters Dragon Warrior Monsters]]''
* Izual from ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}} II'' is possibly a corruption of this name.
* A major villain in ''VideoGame/ChaosLegion''.
* Indie fangame ''[[http://www.rpgrevolution.com/game/final-fantasy-time-and-again_43.html Final Fantasy: Time And Again]]'' has Azrael as the main character, [[AuthorAvatar who also happens to be the creator's webname]], as a Dragoon. She's called "[[AffectionateNickname Azzie]]" in the game.
* ''Videogame/FinalFantasyXII'' has the esper [[SignificantAnagram Zal]][[TheGrimReaper era]]. It has a horned skull for a head and was a grim reaper analogue in its backstory.
* Azrael is the name of a ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' character introduced in ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronoPhantasma Chrono Phantasma]]'', who is an AxeCrazy BloodKnight [[PersonOfMassDestruction of Mass Destruction]]. For bonus points, his Drive is called ''The Terror''.
* Asriel Dreemurr from ''{{Videogame/Undertale}}'' definitely falls under this, in all his OneWingedAngel form-having glory. [[spoiler: Also he absorbs the souls of all your friends to attain this form.]]

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* Azurile Angelus from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestMonsters Dragon Warrior Monsters]]''
''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}''.
* Izual Eldiel: FallenAngel antagonist in both versions of ''Franchise/{{Ys}} IV'', and the BigBad of the Super Famicom version.
* Jenna Angel
from ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}} II'' is possibly a corruption of this name.
* A major villain in ''VideoGame/ChaosLegion''.
* Indie fangame ''[[http://www.rpgrevolution.com/game/final-fantasy-time-and-again_43.html Final Fantasy: Time And Again]]'' has Azrael as the main character, [[AuthorAvatar who also happens to be the creator's webname]], as a Dragoon. She's called "[[AffectionateNickname Azzie]]" in the game.
* ''Videogame/FinalFantasyXII'' has the esper [[SignificantAnagram Zal]][[TheGrimReaper era]]. It has a horned skull for a head and was a grim reaper analogue in its backstory.
* Azrael is the name of a ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' character introduced in ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronoPhantasma Chrono Phantasma]]'', who is an AxeCrazy BloodKnight [[PersonOfMassDestruction of Mass Destruction]]. For bonus points, his Drive is called ''The Terror''.
* Asriel Dreemurr from ''{{Videogame/Undertale}}'' definitely falls under this, in all his OneWingedAngel form-having glory. [[spoiler: Also he absorbs the souls of all your friends to attain this form.]]
''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga''.



[[folder:Exodus]]
Possibly due to XtremeKoolLetterz; and the vaguest recollection that it was something in the Bible; which is [[FauxSymbolism Significant]]. Baffling when you ponder that it means "exit."

[[AC:CardGames]]
* ''Exodia, The Forbidden One'' will instantly win a ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' game when summoned.

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[[folder:Exodus]]
Possibly due to XtremeKoolLetterz;
[[folder:Azrael]]
Anglicized form of the name for the Angel of Death in Islam
and the vaguest recollection that some Hebrew lore. According to more modern Anglicization it was something in the Bible; would be Isra'il. Not to be confused with Israfil- which is [[FauxSymbolism Significant]]. Baffling when you ponder that it means "exit."

[[AC:CardGames]]
the Muslim name for Raphael.

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* ''Exodia, The Forbidden One'' will instantly win Muruta Azrael of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'', an [[SmugSnake arrogant]], [[HeManWomanHater misogynistic]], [[FantasticRacism racist]] lobbyist and politician who seeks to [[FinalSolution kill every]] [[BornWinner Coordinator]] in existence with [[NukeEm nuclear weapons]] and uses [[PsychoSerum drugged up]] {{Tykebomb}}s as front-line ChildSoldiers. Oh and he's a ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' game when summoned.
SoreLoser to boot. Start running now.



* [[Characters/XMenAcolytes Exodus]] (born Bennet du Paris) is a Creator/MarvelComics {{supervillain}}.

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* [[Characters/XMenAcolytes Exodus]] (born Bennet du Paris) [[ComicBook/{{Azrael}} Anti-heroes]] from the Franchise/{{Bat|man}}verse.
* Gargamel's pet cat in ''Franchise/TheSmurfs''

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* Azrael in [[Fanfic/{{Lunarenegade}} L U N A R E N E G A D E]].

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* Demon in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''

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* Asriel of ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials''.
* The real guy shows up in ''Literature/GoodOmens'', and in one of the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' books.
* Azreal, the leader of the Poppy Warriors in the Literature/GemmaDoyle Trilogy.
* The Literature/{{Discworld}} has regular old Death, and he's quite a nice chap when you get to know him, but Death answers to Azrael, the Death of Worlds. [[spoiler:HE'S NOT BAD EITHER.]]

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* The subject of "Azrael" by proto-prog group The Nice.
* Also the subject of the song of the same name by HeavyMetal band Crimson Glory.

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* Current Chapter Master of the Dark Angels in ''{{TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000}}''
is a Creator/MarvelComics {{supervillain}}.
one Azrael.
* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Spaceships'' features the [[WeaponOfMassDestruction relativistic kill missile]] ''Azrael''.
* The Beryl Azrael in ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'', but InNameOnly.



* The Exodar in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''. Bonus points for being the Draenei's means of ''exit'' from Draenor.
* One way the BigBad of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' was [[SpellMyNameWithAnS translated]] before it was officially settled to "Exdeath"; others have included "Exodia."
** Exodus is also an esper in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII''.
* The titular BigBad of ''VideoGame/UltimaIII: Exodus''.
* The antagonists of ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' are an organization named Exodus. [[spoiler:Given that their goal is to return to their home world of Elympios by any means necessary, the name makes perfect sense.]]

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* The Exodar in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''. Bonus points for being the Draenei's means of ''exit'' Azurile from Draenor.
''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestMonsters Dragon Warrior Monsters]]''
* One way Izual from ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}} II'' is possibly a corruption of this name.
* A major villain in ''VideoGame/ChaosLegion''.
* Indie fangame ''[[http://www.rpgrevolution.com/game/final-fantasy-time-and-again_43.html Final Fantasy: Time And Again]]'' has Azrael as
the BigBad of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' was [[SpellMyNameWithAnS translated]] before it was officially settled to "Exdeath"; others have included "Exodia."
** Exodus is
main character, [[AuthorAvatar who also an esper happens to be the creator's webname]], as a Dragoon. She's called "[[AffectionateNickname Azzie]]" in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII''.
* The titular BigBad of ''VideoGame/UltimaIII: Exodus''.
the game.
* The antagonists of ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' are an organization named Exodus. [[spoiler:Given that their goal ''Videogame/FinalFantasyXII'' has the esper [[SignificantAnagram Zal]][[TheGrimReaper era]]. It has a horned skull for a head and was a grim reaper analogue in its backstory.
* Azrael
is to return to their home world of Elympios by any means necessary, the name makes perfect sense.of a ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' character introduced in ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronoPhantasma Chrono Phantasma]]'', who is an AxeCrazy BloodKnight [[PersonOfMassDestruction of Mass Destruction]]. For bonus points, his Drive is called ''The Terror''.
* Asriel Dreemurr from ''{{Videogame/Undertale}}'' definitely falls under this, in all his OneWingedAngel form-having glory. [[spoiler: Also he absorbs the souls of all your friends to attain this form.
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Possibly due to XtremeKoolLetterz; and the vaguest recollection that it was something in the Bible; which is [[FauxSymbolism Significant]]. Baffling when you ponder that it means "exit."

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* ''Exodia, The Forbidden One'' will instantly win a ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' game when summoned.

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* [[Characters/XMenAcolytes Exodus]] (born Bennet du Paris) is a Creator/MarvelComics {{supervillain}}.

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* The Exodar in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''. Bonus points for being the Draenei's means of ''exit'' from Draenor.
* One way the BigBad of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' was [[SpellMyNameWithAnS translated]] before it was officially settled to "Exdeath"; others have included "Exodia."
** Exodus is also an esper in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII''.
* The titular BigBad of ''VideoGame/UltimaIII: Exodus''.
* The antagonists of ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' are an organization named Exodus. [[spoiler:Given that their goal is to return to their home world of Elympios by any means necessary, the name makes perfect sense.]]
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* ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' has Gabriel Agreste, who, in addition to being a ControlFreak AbusiveParent, is also the show's BigBad, [[TheCorrupter Hawk Moth]].
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* Digimon Fusion has Beelzebumon (2010 Anime Version) who used to be the Digimon, Baalmon.




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* Digimon has Lillithmon.



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* Digimon has Barbamon, because Mammon is something else.




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* Digimon has two in Mephistomon and Phelesmon.


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* Digimon has the Angemon-Species who's members include Angemon, Pidmon, Angewomon and Magna Angemon. Although, not members of the Angemon-Species, related Digimon include, Seraphimon, Ophanimon, Cherubimon, Darcmon, Dominimon, Rasielmon and Mastemon.
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* In Scandinavia, [[OrphanageOfFear baby farmers]] were known as Angel Makers.
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Gosu}}'' we have Sa Paecheon, the "Devil of the Venom Hands". Given to him for his lethal mastery over his poison-coated Flying Venom Steel Whips, Sa Paecheon was [[WorldsBestWarrior a monster]] [[BloodKnight on the battlefield]] and a person you did not want to cross.
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* "Angra Mainyu" is the name given to the BiggerBad of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''. It's not the ''actual'' Angra Mainyu, but rather an unintentional, magical human creation.

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* "Angra Mainyu" is the name given to the BiggerBad GreaterScopeVillain of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''. It's not the ''actual'' Angra Mainyu, but rather an unintentional, magical human creation.



* In ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts'' and its sequel, Amon is one part of a demonic trinity. It is first used by Albert Simon to combat Yuri. It later becomes the method Yuri uses to challenge the second games [[BigBad Big Bads]] who had made pacts with the other two points on the trinity, Asmodeus and Astaroth.

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* In ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts'' and its sequel, Amon is one part of a demonic trinity. It is first used by Albert Simon to combat Yuri. It later becomes the method Yuri uses to challenge the second games [[BigBad Big Bads]] {{Big Bad}}s who had made pacts with the other two points on the trinity, Asmodeus and Astaroth.



* Azmodan is the Lord of Sin in the VideoGame/{{Diablo}} universe, and in VideoGame/DiabloIII is the last of the Seven Great Evils you're tasked to take down in Act III.

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* Azmodan is the Lord of Sin in the VideoGame/{{Diablo}} ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}}'' universe, and in VideoGame/DiabloIII ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'' is the last of the Seven Great Evils you're tasked to take down in Act III.



* [[Comicbook/XMen Nightcrawler's]] father calls himself Azazel.

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* [[Comicbook/XMen Nightcrawler's]] Comicbook/{{Nightcrawler}}'s father calls himself Azazel.



* Akuma, the American name of Gouki from ''VideoGame/StreetFighter''.

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* Akuma, the American name of Gouki from ''VideoGame/StreetFighter''.''Franchise/StreetFighter''.



* [[Characters/NewGods Devilance the Pursuer]], member of {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}'s elite.

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* [[Characters/NewGods [[Characters/NewGodsApokolips Devilance the Pursuer]], member of {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}'s elite.



* If you go for a variant on "beelzebub" or "satan", you'll generally look like you're trying too hard, though. Unless you're in Japan: Mr. Satan (from ''Manga/DragonBall''). He's not evil, though, and while he'd be a badass in any other Verse, in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' he's a {{Muggle}} with [[FakeUltimateHero delusions of grandeur]]. ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' also gives us Demon, Beelzebumon, and [=SkullSatamon=]. They were dubbed as Daemon, Beelzemon, and... [=SkullSatamon=]?!

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* If you go for a variant on "beelzebub" or "satan", you'll generally look like you're trying too hard, though. Unless you're in Japan: Mr. Satan (from ''Manga/DragonBall''). He's not evil, though, and while he'd be a badass in any other Verse, in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' he's a {{Muggle}} {{Muggle|s}} with [[FakeUltimateHero delusions of grandeur]]. ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' also gives us Demon, Beelzebumon, and [=SkullSatamon=]. They were dubbed as Daemon, Beelzemon, and... [=SkullSatamon=]?!



* The TropeNamer and UrExample would have to be Hel, the Myth/{{Norse|Mythology}} death goddess. Her realm is also called Hel, and this name was later absorbed into the English language to refer to the Christian underworld.

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* The TropeNamer {{Trope Namer|s}} and UrExample would have to be Hel, the Myth/{{Norse|Mythology}} death goddess. Her realm is also called Hel, and this name was later absorbed into the English language to refer to the Christian underworld.



* ''VideoGame/FrontMission: [[GaidenGame Gun Hazard]]'' has Colonel Ark Hellbrand, whose military takeover of the [[{{Ruritania}} Republic of Bergen]] kicks off the plot. Really, though, putting a guy with a last name like "Hellbrand" in charge of anything but maybe a fundraising dinner is {{genre blind}} bordering on [[TooDumbToLive suicidal]].

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* ''VideoGame/FrontMission: [[GaidenGame Gun Hazard]]'' has Colonel Ark Hellbrand, whose military takeover of the [[{{Ruritania}} Republic of Bergen]] kicks off the plot. Really, though, putting a guy with a last name like "Hellbrand" in charge of anything but maybe a fundraising dinner is {{genre blind}} blind|ness}} bordering on [[TooDumbToLive suicidal]].



* ''VideoGame/TheBindingofIsaac'' has Lilith as a new alter-ego for Isaac in the ''Afterbirth'' expansion. She's a demon who has her eyes bandaged so she can't use tears, instead depending on familiars to fight.

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* ''VideoGame/TheBindingofIsaac'' ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' has Lilith as a new alter-ego for Isaac in the ''Afterbirth'' expansion. She's a demon who has her eyes bandaged so she can't use tears, instead depending on familiars to fight.



* VF-27 Lucifer, a TransformingMecha from ''Anime/MacrossFrontier''

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* VF-27 Lucifer, a TransformingMecha from ''Anime/MacrossFrontier''
''Anime/MacrossFrontier''.



* [[MarvelUniverse Mephisto.]] [[CaptainObvious Duh.]]

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* [[MarvelUniverse Mephisto.]] ComicBook/{{Mephisto}}. [[CaptainObvious Duh.]]



* An NPC in ''DemonsSouls'' that only appears after you acquire [[KarmaMeter Pure Black Character Tendency]], which is achieved by either killing off friendly NPC's or invading other players' worlds and killing them and after you kill Yurt the Silent Chieftain, her accomplice (who will also assassinate NPC's in the Nexus if left alive long enough). When you speak to her, she will send you on missions to assassinate friendly NPC's, offering valuable items in return. When all the missions are completed (when everyone in the Nexus and beyond are dead), she will attack and attempt to kill you. All of this is accompanied by her evil appearance and malicious voice.

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* An NPC in ''DemonsSouls'' ''VideoGame/DemonsSouls'' that only appears after you acquire [[KarmaMeter Pure Black Character Tendency]], which is achieved by either killing off friendly NPC's or invading other players' worlds and killing them and after you kill Yurt the Silent Chieftain, her accomplice (who will also assassinate NPC's in the Nexus if left alive long enough). When you speak to her, she will send you on missions to assassinate friendly NPC's, offering valuable items in return. When all the missions are completed (when everyone in the Nexus and beyond are dead), she will attack and attempt to kill you. All of this is accompanied by her evil appearance and malicious voice.



* A boss in the ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'' series.

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* A boss in the ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'' ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' series.



* One of the first four (ObviouslyEvil) villains of TheFlash's first appearance in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks was named Sieur Satan (and one of the others was named Duriel).

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* One of the first four (ObviouslyEvil) villains of TheFlash's Franchise/TheFlash's first appearance in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks was named Sieur Satan (and one of the others was named Duriel).



For anyone who wishes to keep track, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enochian_angels here is a convenient score card]] for the Angel team.

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For anyone who wishes to keep track, [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enochian_angels org/wiki/List_of_Enochian_angels here is a convenient score card]] for the Angel team.



* Angela in ''{{Spawn}}''

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* Angela in ''{{Spawn}}''
''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}''



* Muruta Azrael of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'', an [[SmugSnake arrogant]], [[HeManWomanHater misogynistic]], [[FantasticRacism racist]] lobbyist and politician who seeks to [[FinalSolution kill every]] [[BornWinner Coordinator]] in existence with [[NukeEm nuclear weapons]] and uses [[PsychoSerum drugged up]] {{Tykebomb}}s as front-line {{Child Soldier}}s. Oh and he's a SoreLoser to boot. Start running now.

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* Muruta Azrael of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'', an [[SmugSnake arrogant]], [[HeManWomanHater misogynistic]], [[FantasticRacism racist]] lobbyist and politician who seeks to [[FinalSolution kill every]] [[BornWinner Coordinator]] in existence with [[NukeEm nuclear weapons]] and uses [[PsychoSerum drugged up]] {{Tykebomb}}s as front-line {{Child Soldier}}s.ChildSoldiers. Oh and he's a SoreLoser to boot. Start running now.



* [[Characters/XMenVillains Exodus]] (born Bennet du Paris) is a Creator/MarvelComics {{supervillain}}.

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* [[Characters/XMenVillains [[Characters/XMenAcolytes Exodus]] (born Bennet du Paris) is a Creator/MarvelComics {{supervillain}}.




* Gabriel Jameson in ''Fanfic/BringingMeToLife'', he's an AbusiveParent and DomesticAbuser who beats and starves his wife and son.

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\n* Gabriel Jameson in ''Fanfic/BringingMeToLife'', he's an AbusiveParent {{Abusive Parent|s}} and DomesticAbuser {{Domestic Abuse}}r who beats and starves his wife and son.



* In Creator/DeanKoontz's novel ''Literature/{{Hideaway}}'', The Angel who it is strongly implied[[spoiler: was the source of Hatch Harrison's visions, and who speaks and acts through him as he kills Vassago, who we know had renamed himself after a Demon.]]

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* In Creator/DeanKoontz's novel ''Literature/{{Hideaway}}'', The Angel who it is strongly implied[[spoiler: was the source of Hatch Harrison's visions, and who speaks and acts through him as he kills Vassago, who we know had renamed himself after a Demon.]]
Demon]].



* In ''Fanfic/ManchesterLost'' and ''Fanfic/{{Paradise Thwarted}}'', he is one of the 4 archangels, and as in the above, possibly the strongest. However, he is also a complete CloudCuckoolander and intersperses moments of pure Badass (he nearly rips Lucifer in half! And throws him all over the place) with hilarious moments e.g. hugging people, becoming a fluffy bunny magnet for 3 weeks and being utterly oblivious to Belial's attentions, Belial being Archdevil of Lust.

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* In ''Fanfic/ManchesterLost'' and ''Fanfic/{{Paradise Thwarted}}'', ''Fanfic/ParadiseThwarted'', he is one of the 4 archangels, and as in the above, possibly the strongest. However, he is also a complete CloudCuckoolander and intersperses moments of pure Badass (he nearly rips Lucifer in half! And throws him all over the place) with hilarious moments e.g. hugging people, becoming a fluffy bunny magnet for 3 weeks and being utterly oblivious to Belial's attentions, Belial being Archdevil of Lust.
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* Arrem, BigBad of ''{{Ys}} IV: The Dawn of Ys''

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* Arrem, BigBad of ''{{Ys}} ''Franchise/{{Ys}} IV: The Dawn of Ys''



* Eldiel: FallenAngel antagonist in both versions of ''VideoGame/{{Ys}} IV'', and the BigBad of the Super Famicom version.

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* Eldiel: FallenAngel antagonist in both versions of ''VideoGame/{{Ys}} ''Franchise/{{Ys}} IV'', and the BigBad of the Super Famicom version.
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* ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' has "Devil Eyes" Quixoto, a vampire that likes to use him telepathy to mentally torture his victims before feeding from them and leaving them to be finished off by wild animals and whose preferred food is human children. Charby himself counts at the begging of the comic with his casual murder of humans for just annoying him regardless of their age and reputation as a killer of {{Vampire Hunter}}s along with his hated title of "Little Devil".

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* ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' has "Devil Eyes" Quixoto, a vampire that likes to use him telepathy to mentally torture his victims before feeding from them and leaving them to be finished off by wild animals and whose preferred food is human children. Charby himself counts at the begging beginning of the comic with his casual murder of humans for just annoying him regardless of their age and reputation as a killer of {{Vampire Hunter}}s along with his hated title epithet of "Little Devil".
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