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This page details the main protagonists affiliated with Vali Lucifer and his team in High School DXD.

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Vali Team

An independent team led by the current White Dragon Emperor host, Vali Lucifer. Vali, and the companions who follow him, sided with Ophis' Khaos Brigade in the early story arcs on the promise that they would be granted the chance to battle powerful enemies; clashing with Issei's group several times. In the aftermath of Diodora Astaroth's death, the Vali Team breaks off their partnership with the Khaos Brigade, and battle enemies alongside Issei and company.


Members

    In General 

  • Badass Crew: They are a team led by Vali who can kick ass when they need to.
  • Defector from Decadence: They defect from the Khaos Brigade after Diodora's death.
  • Easily Forgiven: After defeating the remnants of the Khaos Brigade, the group is pardoned for their crimes and joins The Alliance.
  • Friendly Enemy: More to the Gremory team rather than The Alliance. They were wanted terrorists after all.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After helping The Alliance fight off the Khaos Brigade, Vali's team joins them.
  • Hero of Another Story: They have their own adventures as well as battles that they've fought. We have only seen one story from their perspective so far, while the rest have been through second-hand story telling.
  • The Pardon: The main reason for their Heel–Face Turn: for their help against the Remnants of the Khaos Brigade, The Vali Team not only are allowed to join The Alliance but are receive pardons for their actions. This allows Le Fay to make a Magician's Contract with Issei.
  • Psycho Rangers: They initially serve as a dark sentai counterpart to Issei's team, before their eventual Heel–Face Turn.
  • Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: Who, according to Issei, have nothing better to do.
  • Renegade Splinter Faction: They break away from the Khaos Brigade at the end of volume 6 to side with the heroes.
  • Two Girls to a Team: Kuroka and Le Fay are the two girls in a team with Vali, Bikou, and Arthur.
  • Walking the Earth: The group only ever helped the Khaos Brigade out of convenience (and in Vali's case, looking for strong opponents). It's revealed that in the grand scheme of things, all they've been doing is coasting around doing whatever work comes up.
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    Vali Lucifer 

Vali Lucifer

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Species: Human/Devil Hybrid
Voiced by: Ryota Ohsaka (Japanese) and Austin Tindle (English)

"I don’t have any interest in living long. I just regret being born in this age. A world without God. — I wanted to try and defeat God."

The grandson of Rizevim Livan Lucifer and son of Razevan Lucifer, Vali is the current wielder of Divine Dividing, the Sacred Gear containing the White Dragon Albion. Vali is a warrior in the service of Azazel before defecting to the Khaos Brigade because peace is boring for him.


  • The Ace: He's descended from the original Lucifer, and as such, he has enough magical power and potential to learn Norse magic by simply reading it. He's also extremely strong and can maintain Balance Breaker for months, according to Azazel. To top it off he could control and use Juggernaut Drive for a few minutes without losing control, making him a Foil to Issei.
  • Achilles' Heel: Like Issei, he's also weak to both anti-dragon and anti-devil attacks (the former because of his draconic Sacred Gear, and the latter is because he's a descendant of the original Lucifer).
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: For the second and third seasons of the anime, his hair color is changed from light silver to dark silver and his eyes change from hazel to blue.
  • Adventurer Archaeologist: One of his hobbies in the future is digging and discovering ancient artifacts left by the Old Gods and Satans alongside his duties as an Ultimate-class Devil (or possibly a Satan himself).
  • Always Someone Better: Zig-zagged. Originally, he was far stronger than Issei, and was one of the reasons Issei had to become stronger. However, the tables turned with Issei's resurrection in Volume 12. This came to a head in Volume 20, where Vali himself thinks this of Issei.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: This is how Tobio really feels about Vali.
  • Asskicking Equals Authority: He is finally promoted as an Ultimate-class Devil after the War of Evil Dragons. Part of the reason is his being a hero who beat Qlippoth alongside Issei, the other half of him being a descendant of the original Lucifer, thus needed to substitute for Sirzechs after he got sealed with Trihexa. Azazel and Sirzechs even discussed that it is only matter of time for Vali to take the title of Lucifer.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's the leader of his team who can kick major ass should his enemies ever fight him, as Kokabiel found out the hard way.
  • Badass Bookworm: He has just read through Norse magic in a day and suddenly is able to pull off those crazy moves.
  • Badass Creed: His new Juggernaut Drive chant, Juggernaut Overdrive.
    "I, who is about to awaken, am the White Dragon who will take the law down to the darkness. What we strengthen is the height of the Heavenly Dragon! The path we go is the road of the domination of the White Dragon! We stop the infinite and devour the dream! I walk the road of domination with infinite destruction and by piercing through the imaginary dream. I shall become a pure Emperor of White Dragon. And I shall have you obey the silver-white illusions and the perfect evil ways."
  • Bad Guys Do the Dirty Work: In Volume 4, he captures Kokabiel and helps seal him in the Underworld.
  • Bare Your Midriff: His outfit in HERO and at earliest by Volume 21 in the novels comes with a crop top that exposes his abs.
  • Better Than Sex: He'd rather be fighting strong opponents than having sex and is definitely one of the few men in the series who's not a pervert.
  • Bilingual Bonus: His name's alternate spelling, "Wali" in Arabic and some languages, meaning ''legal guardian'' This applies in the EX spin-off, where he became one to Issei's children along with Kiba in the future.
  • Bishōnen: One of the many contrasts between him and Issei. The later comments that it's kind of a waste since Vali has no interest in girls.
  • Blood Knight: It's his lifelong goal, thus the peace between devils, fallen angels and angels doesn't sit too well for him. Issei and Azazel frequently call him a "battle maniac".
  • Blue and Orange Morality: His allegiance mostly depends more on "which side allows me to fight stronger opponents" than "what's good for society". He is staunchly against his grandfather, even though their attraction to conflict and desire to defeat Great Red makes them more similar than he'd care to admit.
  • Born Winner: Just take a look at what he has.
  • Cassandra Truth: In the SLASH/DOG prequel novel, Tobio and his friends (who've only recently been thrust into the supernatural world), dismiss Vali's claims of being the descendant of Lucifer and carrier of the Vanishing Dragon, but it later turns out to be true.
  • Characterization Marches On: Vali from the early volumes feels like a completely different character. During his fight with Issei, he happily threatens to kill Issei's parents just to get a rise out of him, and leaves eager to clash with Issei again. While he is still interested in fighting Issei afterward, their relationship changes rather quickly to Friendly Rivals who spend much more time fighting with each other than against each other. He also displayed his alliance with the Khaos Brigade by attacking Azazel unprovoked despite the latter later being established as his Parental Substitute.
  • Chuunibyou: How Tobio and his friends dismissed Vali's claims in SLASH/DOG although in Volume 24 Lavinia shows Issei Vali's profile material collection which was written four years ago, that includes lines Vali has said in the series before meaning that he does indeed suffer a bit from this.
  • The Comically Serious: If him mistaking Mil-tan for a Cat Girl and not understanding porn don't drive the point home... plus, the one of the first thing Ex needs to do under his apprenticeship is to wash the dishes, six months non-stop.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He wears black clothing and is one of the heroes of the series.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Volume 21 gives focus to his backstory and why he wants to be strong.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: How he got Juggernaut Overdrive. Rather than talking to the past possessors of Divine Dividing, he literally beats the crap out of them.
  • Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: He threatens Issei's family to his face during their duel, and gets the tar beaten out of him.
  • The Dog Bites Back: At the end of volume 20, Vali chops off Rizevim's arm when the latter is defeated by Issei.
  • Do Not Taunt Cthulhu: After threatening Issei's family in volume 4, he's on the receiving end of a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown from the former.
  • Establishing Character Moment: His introductory scene has him worfing Kokabiel, who had been easily handling the Occult Research Club up until that point, establishing the huge gap between his abilities and Issei's.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Vali is willing to abandon his Parental Substitute Azazel and join a terrorist group just to get more chances to fight, but his human mother was the sole member of his biological family who ever showed him any love, and he was willing to take Razevan's abuse so it wouldn't be directed at her.
  • Evil Counterpart: While Vali is not really "Evil", he is naturally a more serious counterpart to Issei.
  • Flat "What": He is flabbergasted that the "Oppai Dragon" song, of all things, is what's needed to calm down an out-of-control, One-Winged Angel Issei.
  • Foil: To Issei — he's talented, and said to be the strongest holder of Divine Dividing thus far, while Issei lacks any kind of talent and is said to be the weakest holder of Boasted Gear thus far. In terms of personality Vali is more interested in fighting just as Issei is towards sex. Their upbringing are also different. While Issei's childhood was filled with happiness and love, Vali's was anything but. On a more comedic note, while Vali definitely sees fighting as better than sex, turns out he does have an interest in women, particularly their butts as opposed to their breasts.
  • Heroes Gone Fishing: He goes fishing with Issei's group in Volume 22.
  • Hypocrite: He's sent by Azazel to stop Kokabiel's to reignite war between the Three Factions out of boredom (and a desire to establish Fallen Angels as superior), telling the Fallen Angel that he's overstepped his boundaries before defeating him. One volume later, he turns on Azazel and joins a terrorist brigade out of boredom with the Factions' desire for peace.
  • Ignore The Fanservice: Kuroka frequently teases him and asks to make out with him, but Vali is only interested in prospective opponents. Issei postulates that Vali might be gay to be able to ignore her seductive body and personality. It is something Azazel is worried about as well.
  • I Fight for the Strongest Side: Inverted. Vali craves strong opponents, and part of the reason he ends up allied with DXD is because their enemies keep pulling out increasing impressive foes.
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: He starts to show this in volume 20, after seeing Issei and Asia reuniting with their family. Also, in Slash/Dog, Vali has a soft spot for Lavinia, who acts like a Cool Big Sis to him.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: When Aži Dahāka traps him in a Lotus-Eater Machine, it shows that his ideal world is one where he's completely normal, but has a loving family.
  • I Shall Taunt You: He has no problems taunting his rivals while dueling with them.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: He tracks his mother down years after he ran away and was separated from her, but her memories were wiped and she's already started a new family and given birth to half-siblings. Rather than introduce himself and potentially involve her in the supernatural again, Vali opts to instead let her and his half-siblings live their lives in peace.
  • I Was Just Passing Through: His excuse for rescuing Asia from the void around the time of Shalba's first defeat. Turns out he was also trying to get Gogmagog, and just happened to see Asia.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Though Vali can be arrogant and ruthless when he needs to, he does care about his comrades and views Issei as a Worthy Opponent.
  • The Juggernaut: He also has access to Juggernaut Drive, but it won't kill him because he can temporarily control it by consuming his vast magic reserves inherited from the original Lucifer.
  • Last of His Kind: As of the end of Volume 20 and the death of Rizevim Livan Lucifer, Vali seems to be the only remaining descendant of the original Lucifer left.
  • The Leader: He is the most powerful member of the team and rival to Issei Hyoudou. He gives directions to The Team and is the wielder of the Divine Dividing.
  • Mana Drain: Divine Dividing (Also known as White Dragon Emperor's Light Wings) can halve the power of anything or anyone and adds the halved power to the user.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • Vali is the name of the god of revenge in Norse Mythology and Odin's second son after Baldr (with a different mother, in his case, a giantess), conceived for the sole purpose of avenging his half-brother. Considering that his mother was not a devil, Odin eventually adopted him after his pardon, and he went out for vengeance against Rizevim, this is very fitting.
    • It is also a name of a Hindu deity, a son of Indra who was fearless in battle and had the boon to halve his opponents' strength, but later killed by Rama due to a misunderstanding. This is reflected in his battle maniac personality and his Sacred Gear ability.
  • Mentor Archetype: He becomes a mentor to Issei's children in the future, in particular Ex, Issei's son with Rias.
  • Not So Stoic: While he usually acts rather aloof, once Lavinia comes into the picture, Vali starts acting completely different.
  • Parental Substitute: In the same case with Kiba. Azazel served as his father figure.
  • The Plan: He helped out the Kuoh group with Loki in order to take Fenrir. While the group only needed the wolf's teeth, Vali Took a Third Option.
  • Privileged Rival: He's descended from the old Lucifer and is thus extremely magically talented. This contrasts with Issei's lack of talent in magic and his normal background. Vali later starts to see it as the other way around, as the one thing Issei has that he doesn't is a loving, albeit ordinary family.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Later on, he becomes the blue to Issei's red when they become allies. Vali's calm demeanor offsets Issei's Hot-Blooded personality.
  • The Rival: He views Issei as his rival, given that they have dragons as part of their Sacred Gear.
  • Rivals Team Up: He and Issei teamed up to fight Loki in volume 7.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: When Rizevim tricked Vali's father, Razevan, into thinking that the latter's a monster, Vali leaves his family behind and is adopted by Azazel.
  • Ship Tease: While most of the characters in-universe and Ishibumi himself consider their current relationship to be in the Like Brother and Sister territory, Vali has lots of it with Lavinia even though he doesn't want to admit it himself. Let's see here: Getting an Affectionate Nickname from her? Check. Managed to achieve his first Balance Breaker in order to release her from their enemy's Mind Control, then getting thanked from her afterwards while blushing from hearing it? Check. Becomes Not So Stoic every time she appears to the point of getting hold of his embarassing secrets and later showed it to Issei? Ho yes. To top the icing of the cake, Slash/Dog current illustrator Kikurage drew an illustration of Lavinia carrying what appears to be an Albion avatar that is shown to be sticking around to Vali throughout the novel.
    • He also got another one with Genbu, though initially this one is shown to be more of a Puppy Love. Genbu appears later on in DxD, all grown up, still swooning over Vali. Though she questioned a bit about his change of demeanor.
  • Smug Super: Even more so than Akeno, though he does treat his rivals with respect if he thinks they deserve it.
  • Super Power Lottery: Won it big. Not only does he wield Divine Dividing, which can halve an opponent's power and add it to his own, but he also inherited the original Lucifer's massive reserves of magical energy, plus he has enough talent to learn most spells by just reading about them. Azazel muses that his existence sounds like a joke; Vali prefers the word "miracle".
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He's as obsessed with ramen as he is with fighting.
  • Trauma Button: The mere sight of Rizevim Livan Lucifer is enough to make him royally pissed, given that he was subjected to Rizevim's abuse years ago.
  • Underestimating Badassery: He makes the mistake of underestimating Issei's strength in volume 4. Four guesses what happens next.
  • Villains Out Shopping: He and Bikou encounter Issei, warn him about Diodora, and then went to the ramen shop.
  • Worf Had the Flu: Couldn't use Juggernaut Drive against Cao Cao because he was poisoned by an arrow coated with Samael's blood.
  • Worthy Opponent: He really sees Issei as this after the end of Volume 4.
  • Would Hit a Girl: In volume 4, he threatens to kill Issei's parents and, according to Azazel, halve the size of his harem's breasts.

    Kuroka Toujou 

Kuroka Toujou

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Species: Nekomata / Reincarnted Devil
Voiced by: Minami Takahashi (Japanese) and Lydia Mackay (English)

Koneko/Shirone's older sister, Kuroka is one of the most dangerous stray devils after killing her master.


  • Boobs of Steel: Well, she's a nekomata and she did kill her former master in cold blood. While she technically only has the third-largest breast size in the series, right behind Akeno (in first place) and Rias (in second place), she gets more physical than either.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Koneko's Abel. Subverted Trope later on, with the revelation that Kuroka had a very good reason to kill her and Koneko's master, even if it caused a rift between them, and still genuinely cares for Koneko.
  • Cat Girl: She doesn't bother to hide her ears, plus her Verbal Tic is "Nyan".
  • Characterization Marches On: Given the later revelation that her supposedly going berserk and killing her master was actually done to protect Koneko, it’s rather odd how callously she attempted to kill said sister along with her friends in her debut. Her attitude toward Issei also quickly changes from hostility to "the next best sex partner after Vali".
  • Cool Big Sis: She still cares a lot about her sister. Not that she'll ever admit it.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She wears a black kimono and is one of Issei's harem girls.
  • Freudian Excuse: Her and Koneko's master was conducting experiments to make his team and his blood relatives stronger. When he turned to both of them, Kuroka's sisterly instincts kicked in and she killed him.
  • Full-Contact Magic: Her Sage magic gives her access to poison, gasses, and illusions, but when it comes time to do some damage Kuroka puts her body into it.
  • Gamer Chick: She plays Issei's video games more than Issei himself (partly because he has to go to school).
  • Going Commando: She reveals that she wears absolutely nothing under her kimono as she takes it off and dives into the Hyoudou residence swimming pool, naked. It's also made as clear as possible on the cover of Volume 24. Subverted in the manga where we see she has underwear on.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Her mother was a nekomata, while her father was a human. However, nekomata offspring with humans are still full-blooded nekomata.
  • Hurricane of Puns: Depending on the translator, English sources sometimes replace her Verbal Tic with lacing her dialog with cat puns.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: She wears a kimono that exposes her shoulders and the upper part of her breasts.
  • Innocent Cohabitation: She moves to the Hyodo Residence as a semi-permanent resident in Volume 14. Subverted in the "innocent" part, though, as she becomes one of Issei's love interests.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: Kuroka's killing of her master is meant to be this, since he was conducting experiments that can make his team and his blood relatives stronger.
  • Kimono Fanservice: Of the Going Commando kind.
  • Knight Templar Big Brother: She will do anything to protect her sister. Even kill her master because he wanted to conduct experiments on Koneko.
  • Light Feminine Dark Feminine: The dark to Le Fay and Koneko's light.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name means "Black Song", referring to her hair color.
  • Meaningful Rename: In Volume 24, she takes on the surname Toujou like her younger sister.
  • Ms. Fanservice: In a series full of them, she still deserves props for establishing herself as one of biggest among them during the first episode of the third season of the anime, where she had a whole 30 seconds of screen time.
  • Parental Abandonment: Her father never even recognized her or Shirone as his daughters, and her mother simply abandoned the both of them to follow after their father to help with his "research" and to be his Lust Object.
  • Pretty Freeloader: She lives in the Hyodo Residence with the condition that she helps train Koneko but other than that she doesn't help with housework, takes other people's food and sneaks into Issei's room to play on his game consoles. When Issei ask her to help she says he can use her body as payment.
  • She's Got Legs: Her legs get shown quite a lot due to her kimono having an open slit.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: She does not hesitate to expose herself around Issei, even knowing exactly how it affects him, and his intentions.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: With Koneko. Their hair colors are even the exact opposites.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: She is a Nekomata with yellow eyes.
  • Taking the Bullet: She took Vali's blast which got reflected by Cao Cao going towards Koneko.
  • The Tease: She often teases Issei every once in a while just to see her sister's reaction.
  • Underestimating Badassery: While fighting with Issei, she questions just how he could have defeated Vali. However, after Issei properly attains his Balance Breaker, she's understandably shocked to discover that his armor no sells her attacks.
  • Verbal Tic: She ends her sentences with "nyan".
  • Vapor Wear: She is wearing a kimono with no undergarments on her.

    Bikou 

Bikou

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Species: Monkey/Human Hybrid
Voiced by: Makoto Yasumura (Japanese) and David Trosko (English)

A descendant of Son Wukong, he first appears in Volume 4 of the novels, picking up Vali who was about to release Juggernaut Mode against Issei.


  • Bare Your Midriff: His armor leaves his abs exposed.
  • Bishōnen: His human form in one of the short stories is quite the looker. Just look.
  • Blood Knight: His reaction to seeing Tannin is to laugh and attack him.
  • The Lancer: He serves as Vali's second-in-command and is the most powerful member after him.
  • Meaningful Name: His name means "Beautiful Monkey". Given his human form in one of the short stories, it's pretty much justified.
  • Monkey King Lite: He is a descendant of Son Wukong himself and the current Monkey King. Like his ancestor, he has a flippant and playful personality, likes to joke around, is obsessed with battles and uses a Telescoping Staff as his weapon.
  • The Nicknamer: He's the one who gave Rias and Issei the nicknames "Switch Princess" and "Oppai Dragon", respectively.
  • Shapeshifter: Can assume human form. One side story involves him transforming into Rias to play the part of "Switch Princess" in the Vali Team's reenactment of the Oppai Dragon show, much to the real Rias' frustration.
  • Telescoping Staff: Well, he is using Son Wukong's staff after all.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves eating ramen so much that the Vali team will defeat to cup noodles if Le Fay isn't around to cook.
  • Villains Out Shopping: He and Vali encounter Issei out in the night, congratulate him, see Mil-tan who they think is a nekomata, and go eat at a ramen shop.

    Arthur Pendragon 

Arthur Pendragon

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Species: Human
Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese) and J. Michael Tatum (English)

Arthur is the same-named descendant of the legendary British warlord and wielder of the strongest piece of Excalibur, as well as Collbrande (Caliburn), the sword in the stone.


  • Badass Boast
    "By this Holy King Sword Collbrande, be it Fenrir's blood or dimensional space, all will be cut!"
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: He wears a suit and can still kick ass.
  • Big Brother Instinct: He is quite protective of Le Fay and wishes that she would return home to have a normal life or at very least stay somewhere she can have a similar life compared to home such as Issei's.
  • Cool Sword: He possesses the strongest piece of Excalibur as well as Caliburn.
  • Engagement Challenge: Sort of. As it turns out, part of the reason of his entire shenanigans with the Vali team is for the safety of his household maid and Le Fay's mentor, Elaine Westcott (who happens to be a direct descendant of one of the Order of Golden Dawn founder, William Westcott ) from his father. The challenge part is basically Arthur proving to his old man that he doesn't care of Elaine's status if he wants to make her his bethrothed.
  • Master Swordsman: He's tied with Siegfried as the strongest swordsmen within the Khaos Brigade.
  • Named Weapons: The Holy King Sword Caliburn, the original Sword in the Stone.
  • Shipper on Deck: He ships Issei with Le Fay ever since her Magician's Contract with him.
  • Sibling Team: He fights along with Le Fay.
  • The Smart Guy: He serves as The Strategist who is capable of concocting plans for Vali's team.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Not his name but his sword either Collbrande or Caliburn.
  • Worthy Opponent: To him, Kiba is what Issei is to Vali.

    Le Fay Pendragon 

Le Fay Pendragon

See her entry on the Occult Research Club page.
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    Fenrir 

Fenrir

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Species: Direwolf
A direwolf created by and serving Loki, he is captured by Vali's team in Volume 5. Pre-Nerf one of the Top 10 Strongest Beings in the World, tied with Typhon.
  • Adaptational Wimp: While he's still touted as powerful enough to bite Gods to death in the anime, the protagonists have a much easier time beating him into submission.
  • Canis Major: He was introduced as a giant wolf standing at about 10 meter tall.
  • Deadpan Snarker: While he can't talk, his narration in his POV reveals that he's also a snarky fellow.
  • The Dreaded: His fangs are notorious for having the capacity to kill Gods, and the Occult Research Club are pretty much paralyzed in fear when they first see him.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: As mentioned in the brief description above, Vali beat him.
  • Kill the God: Regardless of power Fenrir's fangs are capable of this and is the reason why Vali wanted him for his team.
  • Nerf: Fenrir loses most of his power after joining Vali's team causing him to lose his place in the Top 10 Strongest Beings in the World.
  • Red Baron: God-Devouring Wolf. Also a case of Names to Run Away from Really Fast.
  • Sleep-Mode Size: After joining Vali's team, Fenrir's size was drastically decreased, corresponding to much of his power getting sealed away.
  • Switching P.O.V.: To the surprise of many.
  • Team Pet: Fenrir becomes this after he is defeated by Vali and Arthur.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: The only god Fenrir fears is the Norse God Víðarr. In Norse mythology, Fenrir is killed by him to avenge his father Odin.

    Gogmagog 

Gogmagog

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Species: Golem
A golem from British folklore, Gogmagog is a series of weapons created by the gods but abandoned in the Dimensional Gap before it was later picked up by Vali.
  • More Dakka: Capable of firing machine guns against grim reapers.
  • Summon Magic: Summoned by Le Fay against the Hero Faction.
  • Team Pet: Gogmagog joins Vali's team after being rescued from the Dimensional Gap.

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