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Fusion Range Demon Level Cost Success Rate
1-55 Setanta 28 392 28%
56-71 Valkyrie 36 648 16%
72-87 Cu Chulainn 44 968 5%
Special Fusion Frost Ace 46 ? ?%
88-95 Kurama-Tengu 48 1152 8%
96+ Hayagriva 57 1624 4%
Special Fusion Kresnik 67 ? 7%
Triple Fusion Hanuman 71
Elemental Fusions
Erthys Aeros Aquans Flamies
Down Down Down Down
Race Combinations in Dyad Fusion
Megami x Fairy Yoma x Deity Avian x Brute Snake x Femme
Snake x Fallen Fairy x Dragon Avatar x Dragon

Demon setanta icon.png Setanta

Main article: Setanta

The childhood name of Cu Chulainn, a clever Irish hero of Celtic mythology. He wielded the holy spear Brionac and was the son of the sun god Lugh, of the Tuatha De Danann. Some suggest that he was a real historical figure. His mother was Deichtine, sister of the human king Conchobar, who doted on him as a child.

When Setanta was seven, the king was invited to a party by Culann the smith. On his way, the king spotted Setanta playing at hurling. Impressed by the boy's throwing performance, he invites Setanta to come to the party as a reward. Setanta promises to come later, but the king forgets he had invited the boy, and Culann releases his guard dog into the garden to ward off intruders. Unaware of this, Setanta arrives at the party and is attacked by the dog, but chokes it to death. Seeing this, Culann the smith is beside himself with grief, but Setanta says to him, "I shall become your guard dog." From that day forward, Setanta was known as "Cu Chulainn", (Hound of Culann).

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Demon valkyrie icon.png Valkyrie

Main article: Valkyrie

In Norse mythology, the valkyries (meaning Choosers of the Slain) were lesser female deities who served under Odin who were very similar to the norns. The main task of a valkyrie was to choose the most heroic of those that died in battle and carry them to Valhalla where they would become einherjar. As einherjar they would battle each other to the death, but be revived and healed at dusk where they could eat and drink to their hearts content. This is necessary as Odin needs strong and noble warriors for the battle at Ragnarok. In Valhalla the valkyries will also serve the food and drinks to the warriors. According to the Prose Edda, the valkyries not only decide who goes to Valhalla but during battle they allot death to men and choose who shall be the victor. They are often depicted as warrioresses on horseback where only their leader is given a name. Since the creation of Wagner's famous opera, The Twilight of the Gods, the story of the valkyrie Brunhilde has become well known throughout the world.

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Demon cuchulainn icon.png Cu Chulainn

Main article: Cu Chulainn

A demigod hero of Celtic mythology who originated in Ireland. He is the son of the sun god Lugh, of the Tuatha De Danann. His name means "hound of Chulainn" A strikingly handsome young man, Cu Chulainn was said to be dauntless and bold. When a battle begins, blood sprays from his pores, his jaw swells up to the size of his head, and his mouth splits open from ear to ear, giving him a terrifying appearance and causing his enemies to quake in fear.

Cu Chulainn trained in war under the goddess Scathach, who lives in the Land of Shadows, and earned the magic spear Gae Bulg. Later, he broke the taboo (geis) upon him and grew weak as a result. Under a terrible curse, he finally met his demise pierced by his own spear.

Some suggest that Cu Chulainn was a real historical figure, and today there exists a stone called the "Stone of Cu Chulainn," to which the hero is said to have tied himself in his dying moments.

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Frost Ace Icon.png Frost Ace

Main article: Frost Ace
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Demon kuramatengu icon.png Kurama-Tengu

Main article: Kurama-Tengu

Tengu are a class of supernatural creatures found in Japanese folklore, art, theater, and literature. They are one of the best known y?kai (monster-spirits) and are sometimes worshipped as Shinto kami (revered spirits or gods). Although they take their name from a dog-like Chinese demon (Tiangou), the tengu were originally thought to take the forms of birds of prey, and they are traditionally depicted with both human and avian characteristics. They appear in the children's story 'Banner in the sky' when the main character trips over one and falls off the face of the mountain. The earliest tengu were pictured with beaks, but this feature has often been humanized as an unnaturally long nose, which today is practically the tengu's defining characteristic in the popular imagination.

Buddhism long held that the tengu were disruptive demons and harbingers of war. Their image gradually softened, however, into one of protective, if still dangerous, spirits of the mountains and forests. Tengu are associated with the ascetic practice known as Shugend?, and they are usually depicted in the distinctive garb of its followers, the yamabushi.

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Demon hayagriva icon.png Hayagriva

Main article: Hayagriva

A bodhisattva in Buddhist teachings, known in Japan as "Batou-Kannon" or "Shishi-Mui-Kannon." His name means "horse's head" or "one with a horse's mane." Hayagriva is counted among the six aspects of Avalokitesvara. He has wrathful appearance. He is the bodhisattva of destroying evil and of eradicating ignorance and harmful thoughts.

While Avalokitesvara usually wears a serene expression, Hayagriva's face is grim, with bared fangs. He is also sometimes considered one of the Eight Vdyaraja.

These days, it is common to build a statue of Hayagriva on the street corner when a horse suddenly dies. A marker carved with Hayagriva's name is often placed near racetracks to commemorate horses who have died racing.

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Kresnik icon.png Kresnik

Main article: Kresnik

Demon hanuman icon.png Hanuman

Main article: Hanuman

Hanuman is a Hindu deity, who is an ardent devotee of Rama, a central character in the Indian epic Ramayana. A general among the vanaras, an ape-like race of forest-dwellers, Hanuman is an incarnation of the divine, whose fate it is to aid the hero Rama in the struggle against the demon king Ravana.

Known also as Anjaneya, Maruti, Pavanputra, Anjaniputra, and Hanumat, Hanuman's exploits are much celebrated in a variety of religious and cultural traditions, particularly in Hinduism, so much so that he is often the subject of worship according to some bhakti traditions.

Demons Setanta • Valkyrie • Cu Chulainn • Frost Ace • Kurama-Tengu • Hayagriva • Kresnik • Hanuman
Variations Lucky Valkyrie • Hero of Akaeda Cu Chulainn • Hero Frost Ace • Deformed Kurama-Tengu • Noble Demon King Kurama-Tengu • Deformed Hayagriva • Deformed Hanuman
Limited Inexperienced Setanta • Nimble Valkyrie • Ambitious Cu Chulainn • Eternal Partner Cu Chulainn • Inexperienced Cu Chulainn • Nimble Cu Chulainn • Inexperienced Kresnik • Nimble Hayagriva
Enemy Obsession Enslaved Valkyrie • Valkyrie En podio • Superior Demon Valkyrie • Unknown Hero Cu Chulainn
Event None

Demonic Compendium
By Alignment Law HeraldEntityDeityVileAvianMegamiAmatsuRaptorDivineJakiFlightYomaJiraeMachine
Neutral ReaperHolyBeastFairyElementFiendGenmaWilderSnakeNightAvatar
Chaos FoulBruteHauntDragonFallenFemmeKunitsuLadyDrakeKishinOmegaTyrantGaean
By Family God DeityMegamiEntity
Aerial HeraldDivineFallen
Icon VileAmatsuReaperKunitsuLadyKishinOmega
Demon JakiJiraeBruteFemme
Dragon SnakeDragonDrake
Nether YomaFairyGenmaNightTyrant
Bird AvianRaptorFlight
Beast HolyBeastWilderAvatar
Scourge Haunt
Pagan Foul
Prime Element
Human FiendGaean
Device Machine

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