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How to Fuse

Double Fusions

Fusion Destroyer Level Cost Success Rate
Artemis + Typhon Ares 56 ? 16%
Zouchouten + Rakshasa Indrajit 67 ? 7%
Parvati + Zouchouten Kartikeya 83 ? -2%
Barong + Rangda Shiva 97 ? 5%

Triple Fusions

Destroyer Demon 1 Demon 2 Demon 3 Level Plugin needed ?
Dionysus Freya Titan Kali 58 No
Susano-o Inexperienced Yata-Garasu Kushinada-Hime Okuninushi 88 Plug-in:Susano-o
Wu Kong Hanuman Garuda Onkot 93 Plug-in: Pursuit of the Unknown v1.0
Shiva Inexperienced Kartikeya Parvati Ganesha 97 Plug-in:Bairava

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Main article: Ares

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Main article: Dionysus

Dionysus or Dionysos is the ancient Greek god of wine, the god who inspires ritual madness and ecstasy, and a major figure of Greek mythology. He is included as one of the twelve Olympians in some lists. Dionysus is typical of the god of the epiphany, "the god that comes". He was also known as Bacchus, the name adopted by the Romans and the frenzy he induces, bakkheia. In addition to winemaking, he is the patron deity of agriculture and the theater. He was also known as the Liberator (Eleutherios), freeing one from one's normal self, by madness, ecstasy or wine. The divine mission of Dionysus was to mingle the music of the aulos and to bring an end to care and worry. Scholars have discussed Dionysus' relationship to the "cult of the souls" and his ability to preside over communication between the living and the dead.

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Main article: Indrajit

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Main article: Kartikeya

The first elaborate account of Karthikeya's origin occurs in the Mahabharata. In a complicated story, he is said to have been born from Agni and Shiva, after the latter impersonated the six of the seven wives of the Saptarishi (Seven Sages). The actual wives then become the Pleiades. Karthikeya is said to have been born to destroy the Asura Mahisha.

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Main article: Susano-o
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Main article: Wu Kong

Sun Wu Kong (Son Goku in Japanese) is the main protagonist in the 1590s classic Chinese novel by Wu Cheng'en, Journey to the West. He was a monkey born from a stone made of primal chaos, and was first named Mei Houwang (meaning handsome monkey king) for his bravery by the other monkeys after he lept through a waterfall and discovered the water-curtain cave. He then set out on a raft in his search for immortality, where he finally met with Buddha's disciple, Subhuti.

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Main article: Shiva

In the Hindu religion, Shiva the Destroyer is one of the three principle deities of the Trimurti (Hindu Triad) along with Brahma the Creator and Vishnu the Preserver. He originally evolved from the early Vedic god, Rudra, and is now the supreme deity within Shaivism, a branch of Hinduism that focuses on the worship of Shiva. While he is is known as the destroyer, he is also considered to be a benevolent and beneficial force, as without destruction, new creation couldn't take place. He also act against premature destruction, going far enough to withstand great suffering. He is depicted with up to four arms, a third eye, a blue throat, matted hair, carrying a trident and a drum, is often accompanied by a serpent and rides on the back of the sacred bull Nandi.

The first of Shiva's best known attributes is his third eye, which he once used to burn the god of love, Kamadeva, to ashes. The effulgence from this act was so hot not even the god of fire Agni could handle it and it was used to create the war god Kartikeya. Shiva also has a blue throat that was caused when he swallowed the most deadly poison in the world, Halahala, the poison of the primordial snake Vasuki, earning him the name Vishakantha (one who held poison in his throat). This act is further proof of his benevolent and self-sacrificing nature.

He is the husband of the goddess Parvati, or Shakti depending on what you believe, in all her incarnations and has two sons, Ganesha and Skanda. He also has many incarnations that would go on to become sacred figures in their own right such as Shankara and Hanuman. Shiva is also worshipped in forms born from the fusion of himself and other gods, such as Harihara when fused with Vishnu or Ardhanarishvara when he's fused Parvati or Shakti. Followers of a religion called Shaktism believe the Shiva is an aspect or relfection of The Divine Mother, or Shakti.

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Destroyer
Demons Ares • Dionysus • Indrajit • Kartikeya • Susano-o • Wu Kong • Shiva
Variations None
Limited Inexperienced Kartikeya • Inexperienced Indrajit • Fiery Kartikeya
Enemy Superior Demon Ares • Superior Demon Dionysus • Judgement Day Caller Kartikeya • Superior Demon Kartikeya • Wind of Heaven Susano-o • Hero of Yakumo Susano-o • Fateless Wu Kong • Faint Black Figured God of Destruction Shiva • Black Figured God of Destruction Shiva
Event Destroyer and Creator Shiva



Demonic Compendium
By Alignment Law SeraphimEntityDemon GodVileAvianGoddessHeavenly GodRaptorDivineEvil DemonWild BirdYomaEarth ElementMachine
Neutral ReaperHoly BeastBeastFairyElementalFiendDemigodWilderDragon KingNocturneGodly Beast
Chaos FoulBruteHauntDragonFallen AngelFemmeNation RulerEarth MotherEvil DragonGuardianDestroyerTyrantGaian
By Species Gods Demon GodGoddessEntity
Aerials SeraphimDivineFallen Angel
Guardians VileHeavenly GodReaperNation RulerEarth MotherGuardianDestroyer
Demoniacs Evil DemonEarth ElementBruteFemme
Dragons Dragon KingDragonEvil Dragon
Magica YomaFairyDemigodNocturneTyrant
Birds AvianRaptorWild Bird
Beasts Holy BeastBeastWilderGodly Beast
Evil Spirits Haunt
Fouls Foul
Elementals Elemental
Humans FiendGaian
Machines Machine



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