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     In General 
  • Always Chaotic Evil: Since Hellions are born of Chaotic energy from the Void, they dedicate most of their existence tormenting and manipulating mortals.
  • Balance of Power: When Lucifer decided to leave his throne as ruler of Hell, in order to ensure a truce between the different factions, he cut off his own wings and gave its fragments to the leaders of the factions to ensure a mutually assured destruction.
  • Demonic Possession: While Cambions and Devils have bodies outside of Hell, Demons need to possess the bodies of others in order to physically manifest outside of Hell.
  • Demon Lords and Archdevils: Devil society is very hierarchical, with the highest Devils ruling each houses while the lower ranked devils almost never go high in the social ladder.
  • Fallen Angel: Devils are former angels who descended from Heaven, either following Lucifer in his exile or voluntarily falling since they found the laws of Heaven too restricting.
  • Noble Demon: Devils are known to keep their sense of honor from when they were angels.
  • Our Demons Are Different: The inhabitants of Hell are divided in three categories; Demons, also known as Hellions, Devils and Lilim. Hellions are the original inhabitants of Hell while Devils are fallen angels. The Lilim are descendants of Lilith, the Mother of Monsters and are made of Incubus, Succubus and Beasts.
  • Seven Deadly Sins: The Devils are divided in classes named after the seven Deadly Sins, with Pride Devils at the highest and Sloth Devils at the lowest.


     First of the Fallen 
The First of the Fallen was said to be Lucifer's right-hand man during Lucifer's rebellion. As an angel, the First was a Throne so enamored with Lucifer's cause that he came to believe that the Presence was insane. He became a zealot which even Lucifer felt would go too far. As a result, the First was stripped of his grace, his titles, and his name. Banished from Heaven and cast down to Hell, the First preceded many other angels who would fall for their part in the rebellion.
  • Decomposite Character: He and Lucifer are different entities, and has been identified as Satan, with his title referring to the fact that he's the first Angel that fell alongside Lucifer.
  • The Ghost: Mentioned but hasn't appeared yet.
  • Loony Fan: Even Lucifer thought he went too far in his devotion of him.
  • This Is Unforgivable!: Has hated John Constantine ever since he tricked him into losing his title of First of the Fallen (for a very short time).


Mazikeen is the daughter of Lilith and Lucifer's lover.

  • Composite Character: She retains her appearance from the comics, and starts off with one half of her face being that of an attractive woman, with the other half being a decaying skull, while her personality is from Lucifer.
  • Dark Action Girl: Being Lucifer's bodyguard, a demon, and a total badass.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: She's a vicious, almost completely amoral demon who really enjoys hurting humans, but there are a few persons she honestly cares about. The roster always included Lucifer no matter how nastily they treat each other.
  • Everyone Is Related: Through the many spirit siblings of her mother Lilith, she's the cousin of Etrigan, Senael and Elaine Belloc.
  • Hidden Depths: Just because she's a Hell demon who takes glee in torturing people, doesn't mean she has no feelings of her own.
  • Knife Nut: Has a marked fondness for blade weapons, daggers in particular. Her favorites seem to be a pair of hell-forged curved daggers that, contrary to earthly weapons, can wound and even kill celestial beings. She's often seen toying with them when her hands don't have anything better to do.
  • The Soulless: Being a demon, Maze doesn't have a soul. It not only sets her apart from humans and even angels, it also means that if she ever gets killed, she'll be Deader Than Dead since there's nothing of her that could be brought back from either Heaven or Hell.
  • Torture Technician: Seems to have been her primary job in Hell, and she's still very much into inflicting (and suffering) pain whenever possible.
  • Two-Faced: Mazikeen does indeed have the same half Nightmare Face as in the comics.
  • The Vamp: Really enjoys flirting with people to get their guard down.

     Aradia Morningstar
  • Altar Diplomacy: Agreed to marry Nebiros in an effort to mend the division between Demons and Devils, but believes his approach is flawed. The two only speak at social functions and court events.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: When in Devil mode, her skin turns blue.
  • Anything That Moves: Just like her father she's pansexual.
  • Benevolent Boss: For a devil, Aradia is known as a kind and fair benefactor to those witches that served her. Soon a cult of her own began to form among her witches.
  • Evil Redhead: She might be the daughter of Lucifer and a Pride Devil, but she's not evil per se, and she's indeed a redhead.
  • Exact Words: During the 15th Century, Aradia presided over the trial of the warlock who started the chauvinistic movement that forever tainted males' place in the covens of witchcraft. Before his execution, the warlock begged Aradia for the same mercy that the Presence had showed her father and so Aradia personally reaped his soul, stripped it of his name, and took it to Hell.
  • Family Eye Resemblance: Her eyes are the same golden color as her father.
  • Fatal Flaw: Aradia's biggest flaw is her own ambition. This has made her predictable to her enemies and has put her at odds with even her own father on multiple instances.
  • A Mother to Her Men: She sees her covens as her children.
  • Non-Human Humanoid Hybrid: She's the daughter of Lucifer, the first Devil and Artemis, Greek goddess of the Moon, although she was sired by Artemis' Roman aspect Diana.
  • Polyamory: She might be married to the demon Nebiros, but she also has several concubines and has laid with countless of warlocks and witches.
  • Related in the Adaptation: As the daughter of Artemis, she's the niece of Diana and Cassie Sandsmark, and cousin of Menodora and Jay Garrick. She's also the adopted mother of Crowley and the patron of Rowena MacLeod
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: Has the same intense golden eyes Lucifer has.
  • Tangled Family Tree: Thanks to her connection to both Olympian and Heaven families means she's the granddaughter of both Zeus and The Presence, niece of the other six archangels and the other five Olympians, and cousin of the Thrones, Godspeed, and Maravilla.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: Wears torn black shorts is casual clothes.

Nergal is a powerful demon and an arch-enemy of John Constantine, he has been a constant source of misery for John throughout his life. John also possesses some of his blood in his veins.

     Azazel / The Yellow Eyed Demon
Azazel is the General of Hell, and the reason the Winchesters became hunters. Unlike Satan and Abaddon, Azazel never bothered to use infernal power to rebuild himself a new physical form, preferring to further explore his new nature until he settled into the amorphous form of a mass of shadows with fanged teeth and eyes.
  • Bullying a Dragon: Insulting the master of the Dreaming at his own dimension was not going to bode well for him.
  • Composite Character: He's fused with the Lucifer from Supernatural. He's also a combination of the Azazel from Supernatural and The Sandman.
  • Demonic Possession: During Hell on Earth, he first took control of Walter Steele's body and then of Wally West before being expelled by Artemis Crock, eventually taking over his current host, Bill Harvelle.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Well, he is the Yellow Eyed Demon.
  • Leaking Can of Evil: While he wasn't able to affect the world directly, he could certainly set a way to resurrect by using the body of Sam Winchester.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: A jar actually. For daring to insult and be hostile to Dream of the Endless at his own realm, Dream trapped him in a jar for thousands of years.

  • The Corrupter: She sent the demon Ophur to tempt Eve and Adam into breaking the laws of The Presence within the Garden of Eden. She also corrupted Cain and gave him the unnatural urge to drink the blood of his brother Abel.
  • Explosive Breeder: The Lilim are so numerous they can call themselves a nation. Among her many children there's Mazikeen, Ruby, Bigby Wolf and Spot/Beast with No Name.
  • The Ghost: Mentioned but not introduced yet.
  • Monster Progenitor: She's the Mother of Monsters for a reason. She spawned the Lilim with fellow demons, and gave birth to vampires with Cain and Therianthropes by biting Abel.

  • Arch-Enemy: Of Blue Devil, being the one who transformed her into a Devil and led to her wife's death.
  • The Ghost: Mentioned in files and by other characters but not introduced yet.

     Belphegor / Verminious Skumm 
Belphegor is a demon prince of Hell who often uses the name Verminous Skumm while on Earth. As an archdemon, he is capable of a physical manifestation as a horde of rats or a rat-like man. He feeds off souls while sedating victims with telepathically induced euphoric sensations.
  • Adaptation Species Change: Verminious was 'merely' a humanoid rat, but here he's a demon from Hell.
  • Composite Character: Demon from Hell Belphegor is combined with Captain Planet's villain Verminious Skumm.
  • Rat Men: He looks like a cross between a rat and a human.

     Eisheth Zenunim / Ruby
  • All Women Are Lustful: She's pansexual and currently she enjoys wandering Earth satisfying simple pleasures.
  • Blondes Are Evil: Her current form is blonde haired and she's quite a bitch.
  • Composite Character: Ruby from Supernatural is combined with the Sumerian goddess Inanna.
  • Hellbent For Leather: Wears a red leather jacket, and the hell part needs no explanation.
  • I Have Many Names: Has gone by Ruby, Inanna, Mystery, Whore of Babylon, Princess of Sathariel and more. One of them being Anna Fletcher.
  • I Know Your True Name: She went by Inanna in ancient times, while assuming the role of an Underworld Deity and gaining a cult of worship. Because of this, many occult scholars believe that to be her true name, but even that is incorrect. She supposedly explained that her father may have named her that, but not before her mother gave her a true name, which she kept to herself.
  • Lady in Red: Her modern alias "Ruby" may come from the Book of Revelation, where she is said to be riding a red beast or it may be a reference to the robes worn by her ancient priestesses. Nowadays she wears a red leather jacket.
  • No Name Given: No one but Lilith (and possibly Lucifer) know this demon's true name. Eiseth Zenumnin (or just 'Eiseth') for short is what she was referred as in the oldest texts of lore found, but the thing is, it's not actually a name at all. It's simply Hebrew for "Woman of Whoredom" and thus it's more apt to refer to it as title. It is possible that even Ruby herself does not know her true name.
  • Odd Job God: Ancient sumerians venerated her as their goddess of sex, war, justice, and political power.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Being the eldest lilim, Ruby is the older sibling of Mazikeen and the Beast with No Name. She's also the twin sister of Shamash, Sumerian god of justice, morality, and truth.
  • The Reveal: Weird Worlds 22 reveals she's Anna Walker, Drury Walker's second wife. Not only that, she reveals to her former husband that she owns his soul due to her abilities as a succubus.
  • Royal Harem: She was one of the many concubines of Lucifer.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Her current form is 5'9"/175cm tall, and very attractive.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: She's vulnerable to Cold Iron.
  • Widow Woman: Her husband the god Dumuzid, who was killed by her nephew Gilgamesh/Senael.
  • Your Soul is Mine!: Thanks to her abilities as succubus, she took the soul of her husband Drury, piece by piece.

     Naamah / Meg Masters
  • Achilles' Heel: She's vulnerable to Cold Iron.
  • Alliterative Name: Her human host Megan "Meg" Masters.
  • Blondes Are Evil: She's blonde haired and the host of a demon.
  • Composite Character: The demon Meg from Supernatural is combined with the demon Naamah.
  • Court Mage: Served as Lucifer's royal sorceress until he took a liking for Mazikeen.
  • Demonic Possession: Naamah has possessed Anna Resik, Sonya Tarinka, and now Meg Masters.
  • The Dragon: For her father Azazel.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: In corporal realms, Naamah's true form is a cloud of dark gray and black smoke, with white and yellow essence lightning seen sparking inside at odd intervals, devoid of any humanoid features. In Hell, Naamah often assumes a form similar to her more recent human host, only naked and often bearing some form of infernal taint, such as horns, a tail, or scaly skin.
  • Horny Devils: She's considered a succubus and is pansexual.
  • Named by the Adaptation: In the TV series, her demon identity was unknown, but here it's the demoness Naamah.
  • Non-Human Humanoid Hybrid: She's half-Fallen, a quarter demon, and a quarter Endless.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the daughter of Azazel and Rosacarnis, making her granddaughter of Nergal and Death of the Endless, as well as half-sibling of the Constantine cambions. She also happens to be the mother of Sebastian Blood I, making her ancestor of the current Brother Blood and Alyce Sinner. Meg Masters is the half-sister of Gemma Masters.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Born approximately in 3900 BCE.
  • Statuesque Stunner: 5'9"/175cm tall, and very attractive.


  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Charaxes looks like a monstrous humanoid moth.
  • Composite Character: A combination of his demon self from the comics with the mutant moths from the Teen Titans cartoon.
  • Deal with the Devil: Drury Walker made a deal with him in exchange for his soul, which Charaxes would obtain at the time of his death. Unfortunately for Drury, his soul was no longer his to give.
  • Decomposite Character: Charaxes in the comics is a moth-like creature Drury Walker was transformed into when he sold his soul to the demon Neron and asked him to make him feared. Instead he's a demon that made a deal with Drury in exchange for his soul after his death.
  • Family Theme Naming: He and his parents all have names that begin with 'C'.
  • Monstrous Mandibles: A combination of the jaws of an insect.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Has four arms and is a very dangerous creature.
  • Non-Human Humanoid Hybrid: His father is the sorcerer-turned-devil Crowley and the Noble Fae Carabosse.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He is the son of Carabosse and Crowley.

     Zuul and Vinz Clortho
Zuul possessing Dana Barrett
Vinz Clortho possessing Louis Tully

Fallen Angels and Gozer's loyal minions and scouts. Zuul is "The Gatekeeper" presumably responsible for guarding the Traveler's portal while Vinz Clortho is "The Keymaster" with the power to open it. They enter Earth first to prepare it for Gozer's arrival with Zuul possessing Dana Barrett and Vinz possessing Louis Tully.

  • Adaptation Species Change: In the movie they were demi-gods, but here they're demons at the service of Gozer.
  • Anything That Moves: Zuul and Vinz are an Omnisexual pair.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Vinz, who is a major dork when possessing Louis.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Vinz clearly isn't all there, though part of it may have been due to possessing Louis Tully.
  • Black Eyes of Crazy: Vinz and Zuul's sclerae are black and they're servants of a destroyer of worlds.
  • Co-Dragons: They are Gozer's foremost servants.
  • Demonic Possession: Zuul possesses Dana while Vinz Clortho possesses Louis in order to open the gateway for Gozer to appear. In demonic form, Zuul and Vinz can meld with a host's mind and body - such as a Hellhound or human.
  • Dimensional Traveler: By shedding their corporeal form and releasing the connection to their current plane, Zuul and Vinz can easily cross dimensional barriers.
  • Dumb Muscle: Vinz even before possessing Louis shows that, while strong and tough, he's not exactly the brightest bulb of all.
  • Fallen Angel: Once Angels from Heaven, she and her mate had sided with Lucifer in the Morningstar Rebellion. For their part in the insurrection, Zuul and her mate were both stripped of their names, their grace, and even their physical forms. Sometime after their fall, the former angels became corrupted by the infernal power of Hell and became demons. She took the name Zuul, and her mate took the name Vinz Clortho.
  • Familiar: They have a pair of Hellhound familiars they can use to manifest on Earth, Zuul's is named Estrith, while Vinz's is named Urog.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: After conducting a mating ritual in the body of certain vessels, Zuul and Vinz can use essence formed in the procreative ritual to manifest their own corporeal body on that plane of existence - taking the form of the original host's body.
  • Huge Girl, Tiny Guy: The humans Zuul and Vinz Clortho possessed have a large height disparity (Dana is 6" while Louis is just 5'6"), which becomes accentuated when Dana Barrett dips Louis Tully during their kiss when they reunite while possessed.
  • Psychic Powers: Zuul and Vinz Clortho have empathetic and telepathic receptive and transmissive abilities. They're is also psychokinetic.
  • Unusual Euphemism: If you think "Gatekeeper" and "Keymaster" sound like innuendo, you get a gold star. Yes, the ritual requires mating. The resulting anchor of that ritual was Oscar Barrett.
  • The Vamp: Zuul, while possessing Dana.

    Demon Hipster Chicks (Jett, Joplin, Beni and Nyx)
  • Adaptational Species Change: It was never made clear what the Demon Hipster Chicks were in the original comics, but here, they're explicitly succubi.
  • Anything That Moves: The first three are Pansexual while Nyx is the only one heterosexual.
  • Composite Character: Nyx is a composite between one of the nameless Hipster Chicks and Nyx the mate of Beast With No Name/Spot.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Joplin, Beni and Nyx all have eyes the same color as their hair.
  • Divergent Character Evolution: Originally they were quadruplets without much personality, but now they have different personalities and slight differences in looks.
  • The Dragon: Jett for Matthew Patel. If Matthew Patel is ever seen in the company of one sister, it is usually this sister, easily considered to be his right hand.
  • Evil Redhead: Nyx.
  • Horny Devils: They're succubus, and have all the characteristics, like pointy ears, wings and bifid tongues.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: They are differentiated by their hair and eye color; Jett has black hair and golden eyes, Joplin has violet hair and eyes, Beni has blue hair and blue eyes while Nyx has red hair and red eyes.
  • Incest Is Relative: Nyx is the mate of Spot/Beast with No Name, and since they're both lilim, are distantly related.
  • Musical Theme Naming: Three of the Hipster Chicks are named after popular female music stars: Joan Jett, Janis Joplin, Pat Benatar.
  • Odd Name Out: Nyx is the only one who's current name is not named after a popular music star. She's also the one considered the most independent of the four.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: The names they currently use are just aliases given to them by Matthew.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Joplin is the purple sister and she's known as the strongest sister.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Nyx.
  • The Runt at the End: Nyx, who is the youngest, shortest, and most independent of the sisters.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: Jett.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Beni.

Female Hellhound
Male Hellhound
  • The Ageless: Hellhounds are immune to most illnesses and will usually not die except through violence, starvation, or dehydration.
  • Cold Iron: Weapons made of iron, particularly cold iron, are sufficient to harm these beasts. It is difficult to kill them outright with iron though.
  • Elite Mooks: Intimidating and frightening by themselves, but ultimately not the Big Bad.
  • Hellhounds: They're known as "Terror Dogs".
  • Invisible to Normals: Hellhounds can make themselves invisible (and inaudible) to all except those with psychic abilities, supernatural senses, or those who have made an infernal contract.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Hellhounds cannot be killed by conventional means or weapons, though pure iron weaponry can be effective. Enchanted weapons, particularly supernal weaponry, can harm and possibly kill them. The natural weapons of magical beings can also harm such beasts.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: They have glowing red eyes and they're dangerous infernal critters.
  • Super-Persistent Predator: Hellhounds at rest can be mistaken for being lazy, but when they have been let loose on a hunt or are hungry, these creatures rarely rest until sated.
  • Super Strength: Hellhounds are very strong. They can smash through doors, walls, overturn vehicles, break bones, and even rend metal in pursuit of their prey.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Male Hellhounds have larger horns than females.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: The touch of adamant causes serious discomfort for hellhounds. Prolonged exposure can cause their flesh to sear and blister. Sustained exposure can be fatal. Furthermore injuries caused by adamant weapons tend to rot and poison the hellhound's blood, causing weakness until sufficiently treated.

Demons Three




Lords of Chaos

  • Our Demons Are Different: Lords of Chaos are beings of pure chaotic energy closely related to the hellions of hell, coming in all shapes and sizes.
  • Order Versus Chaos: They represent Chaos and the Void in opposition to the Lords of Order.
  • Team Member in the Adaptation: Their roster is greatly expanded to include Trigon, Melmoth, Barbatos, Imperiex and Neron.

     Dominus (Tuoti) 
The leader of the Lords of Chaos and one of the seven beings created by the Fatewriter to define reality.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's the "brother" of The Divine Presence, Alpheus the World Forger, Perpetua, Pralaya, and Kismet, and Sovoc Yirth.
  • Team Member in the Adaptation: In the comics he's actually a member of the Lords of Order, the opposing entities to the Lords of Chaos.


Trigon is a demonic conqueror intent on bringing every dimension in existence under his control. He is also the father of Raven and a deity worshipped by the Church of Blood.

  • Abusive Parents: He is a devil after all. His treatment of Raven, and later, his sons, is emotionally manipulative and, when disappointed, outright murderous.
  • Archnemesis Dad: To his daughter, Raven. He'd also finish in second place for the Titans as a whole, since besides Deathstroke, there's nobody the Titans hate more, and there is no one, including Slade, who they fear more.
  • Big Red Devil: Classic example.
  • BFS: Trigon carries a big Zweihander sword which doubles sizes in terms of comparison, is about the size a normal sword to HIM, but considering Trigon is frickin' huge his sword is about the size of a car.
  • Breath Weapon: Being a demon, it is fire, of course.
  • Dimension Traveller: Trigon can teleport to and from his demonic dimension.
  • The Dreaded: From the perspective of the Titans and the people of Azarath anyway.
  • Evil Overlord: Again, he's already one of the rulers of Hell and has designs on Earth.
  • Extra Eyes: Has two sets of eyes sitting atop one another. Those he is controlling gain the same trait as a mark of their possession.
  • Horned Humanoid: Features antlers.
  • Playing with Fire: Trigon can generate and manipulate hellfire. He can project its as fiery blasts, or spew it from his mouth, and erupt it from the floor.
  • Pretender Diss: Albert Davis wielding the Trident of Lucifer didn't impress him one bit, and if it wasn't for Green Arrow and the Ghostbusters Rookie (Bryan Welsh), he would've gotten rid of Davis very easily.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: Has red skin, wears black armor and is a heartless demon and abusive parent.
  • Satanic Archetype: A big red devil from a world of fire and brimstone that dupes mortals into working for him. He's even more satan-like than Lucifer himself.
  • Serial Rapist: Has raped hundreds of women across the centuries in order for them to give birth to his spawn and spread his evil.
  • Super Strength: He can crush buildings and tear apart streets.
  • Team Member in the Adaptation: In the comics he's not related to the Lords of Chaos.
  • Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth: After the Manhattaning, he tried to endow himself with the primordial essence of the sealed Sin, but the power was incompatible with Trigon and it even weakened him, forcing him to reincarnate the Embodiments of Sin as his Children.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Has white hair and is a ruthless monster set on bringing hell on earth.

     Klarion the Witch Boy 


     Gozer the Gozerian
An ancient Sumerian Arch-demon fond of entering dimensions and destroying them. It's ultimate goal is to destroy Heaven, with Earth as the Keystone for that achievement.
  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: In the comics Senta was their sister, but here's she's their daughter, while Koza'Rai is their father, making him Senta's grandfather instead.
  • Adaptation Species Change: From an ancient Sumerian deity to an Archdemon from ancient Sumeria.
  • Beauty Mark: Its human form has one next to its left eye.
  • Eldritch Abomination: A non-cephalopod variety.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: Apparently Gozer's trademark. When it arrives to cause an apocalypse, it forces the denizens of the world its about to destroy to choose the form it will end them with.
  • For the Evulz: Seems to travel universes and destroy civilizations entirely for its own amusement.
  • Generic Doomsday Villain: It seems to be called "the Destroyer" because that's all humans really know about them: that they destroy things whenever they come to Earth.
  • The Glorious War of Sisterly Rivalry: They have a major rivalry with its sister Tiamat.
  • Humanoid Abomination: At least Gozer took the form of one.
  • Otherworldly and Sexually Ambiguous: In their confrontation, the boys are surprised that s/he's a "girl", but clearly s/he is both, though it leans more towards the feminine.
  • No Biological Sex: Gozer only takes on forms with characteristics of other genders. In truth, it has none of its own.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Gozer has come to be known for its tendency to destroy all that is in its path. They're even classified as an Extinction Crisis Level Threat, the same level as Doomsday.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Its human form has red eyes, and as a Lord of Chaos, very dangerous.
  • Sadistic Choice: Upon arriving at a targeted planet, Gozer demands the inhabitants choose the form it will take before it destroys the world.
  • Stripperiffic: In its humanoid form, they only thing covering their body are some sort of white bubbles.

The Seven Deadly Enemies of Man

  • Composite Character: The Seven Enemies of Man and the Children of Trigon are combined, being the embodiments of the Seven Deadly Sins reincarnated and fused into the souls of Trigon's children.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Sin, the Embodiment of Sins, is the father of Shamash and Inanna, the latter now known as Ruby.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: As revealed by Mr. Tawny, the primordial endowments of the sins were sealed within adamantine statues at the Rock of Eternity, while the children themselves remain free.









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