First Appearance Reflections
Name Demons
Aliases Fallen


Status Active
Known Powers
  • Possession
  • Increased physical attributes
  • Telekinesis
Known Weaknesses

Demons are malevolent spiritual entities that either fell to Hell with Lucifier or are twisted human souls.

The Fallen and the DamnedEdit

The FallenEdit

“And he said unto them, ‘I beheld Satan fall from heaven like lightning.’” – Luke 10:18

The Fallen are the original demons, the angels who fell to Earth with Satan when he was cast out of Heaven by God. They are very powerful beings and rule as dukes, princes and other titles over their own kingdoms in Hell. While a majority of their power comes from their age and stations in Hell, there are still power struggles between them and that power can fluctuate. Not all of the Fallen are members of the ruling class however. Most are subservient to the more powerful demons while still many others act as independents and power brokers.

There are many Fallen described and detailed within this section, however some are omitted either because they were previously in the Ars Goetia or Azathium feared mentioning them by name.


Because the Fallen were banished to Hell, they cannot simply leave despite their power. A summoning allows this. Also, there are at least two versions of summoning; one in which the Fallen is brought forth in their true form, the other where they occupy a vessel or host.

The first is harder, but brings forth the Fallen in their full power and glory, but is also more dangerous. The second is comparatively easier and involves a human host or sacrifice. This restricts them to a human form, but it does not entirely blunt their powers and abilities. The summoner has more control over the demon in this manner as well.

The general purpose to summoning a Fallen is because of the power or services it can offer. Before services are rendered, a pact must be made or a boon is offered.


The powers of the Fallen not only are too numerous to list but can even defy belief including giving the power to change shape, make men invisible at will or even control the flow of time.

The DamnedEdit

“When you stare into the abyss, the abyss stares back into you.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

Unlike the Fallen, all of the Damned began as normal human souls. The process of becoming Damned is always voluntary, whether intentionally, under extreme circumstances or demonic trickery. After becoming a Damned, one is considered to be a demon, though not true ones by the Fallen.

Becoming DamnedEdit

The PactEdit

A human can voluntarily enter into a pact with a demon for some sort of gain. However no matter what the gain, the price is always that human’s soul. When the human dies or when their soul is claimed, they become a Damned. Becoming a Damned in this way is never a balance to whatever earthly boon they gained because they are under the full power of the pact holder. They must do as instructed and in fact have very little in the way of power.

In some circles this process is also called the Seduction.

The UnionEdit

Even with a pact, the power offered to a human by a demon is somewhat limited. However, one can enter into a Union with the demon, effectively allowing themselves to become possessed. The host still maintains control over their bodies and they gain power through this union. This is how certain demonic races, such as the wendigo are born. Possessions of this nature cannot be exorcised and death being the only option of seperation. The original human soul becomes a Damned upon death, but only under the control of the possessing demon as if entering a pact.

The ChoiceEdit

While in Hell, a human’s soul is subjected to unspeakable torment and misery. While they are suffering, they are the victim. However, if at any point they begin contributing to that misery, actively lashing out against others, they become forever tainted, forever Damned. {C}The more evil one was while in life, the more quickly this choice is usually made in Hell.


Unlike the Fallen, the Damned are able to escape through cracks in Hell, literally places where acts of great evil are done or a thinning of the Veil. Once free, the Damned possess a human. This can be through a Union, but most often it is a weak-willed individual. Once in possession of a body, the Damned can push its strength, speed and endurance into supernatural limits. Telekinesis and magic use is also not unheard of.

The Damned can hone their own specific powers as well.

Additional CharacteristicsEdit

  • Whenever demons use their powers, they leave a trace of sulfur in the form of yellow dust or as a sour egg smell.
  • A demon's eye color changes when exhibiting their natures or powers. The color may suggest a hierarchy or level of power:
    • Shiny black eyes: the basic eye color for demons; Klothul, Larrue, Vassur
    • Oily black eyes: the eye color of those that have become addicted to Black or "B"
    • Red with yellow ripples: these demons appear to possess substainal power; Tumulash
    • Black eyes with red irises: have only been seen in the Puppet Master
  • People suffering from stress, fear or panic can be vulnerable to demonic possession.
  • The appearance of demons appears to sometimes be hallmarked by omens.
  • In at least one instance, demons have been able to possess a person's reflection.
  • More powerful demons can manifest terrifying offensive abilities:
    • Altered Form: heavy B users appear to be able to transform stronger, more powerful form
    • Hellweapons: weapons seemingly forged out of thin air from Hell itself. These have included chains and knives.
    • Hellfire: fire that burns like lava and screams the sounds of tortured souls.
  • Typical demons flee the body in thick clouds of black smoke; B demons seemingly appear as a black, oily substance that dissipates into the ground.

Known WeaknessEdit

  • Salt - Demons are unable to cross a line of salt.
  • Iron - Demons cannot touch or cross iron.
  • Demons appear to be able to sustain a host's body to a certain threshold of damage. Surpassing this threshold drives the demon out, but kills the host in the process.