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How to Fuse

Fusion Range Demon Level Cost Success Rate
1-91 Hel 46 1058 6%
92+ Chernobog 62 1922 2%
Special Fusion Guede 69 ? -8%
Triple Fusion Mot 85
Triple Fusion Beiji Weng 93
Elemental Fusions
Erthys Aeros Aquans Flamies
Down Down Down Down
Family Combinations
Avian+Vile Beast+Evil Dragon Tyrant+Vile Destroyer+Vile
Divine+Evil Demon Divine+Vile Evil Dragon+Wilder Earth Mother+Vile
Goddess+Vile Guardian+Vile

Demon hel icon.png Hel

Main article: Hel

The goddess of the underworld in Norse mythology. She lives in a hall called Eljudnir. Her father is the demon god Loki, and her mother is the giantess Angrboda. Her brothers are the giant wolf Fenrir and the world serpent Jormungandr. Together, these three are known as the "Calamitous Three."

When Loki tricked Hodr into killing the god of light Baldr with a spear of mistletoe, Hel set an impossible task as a condition for restoring him to life. The world was thus robbed of light, signaling the beginning of Ragnarok.

Hel rules over Niflheim, the realm of the dead, where she controls the fate of all dead souls in the world.

Half of Hel's body is black and rotted, a symbol of her lordship over the dead and her role in judging all life.

Demon persephone icon.png Persephone

In Greek Mythology, Persephone is the daughter of the harvest goddess Demeter and the wife of Hades, the god of the underworld. When Persephone was abducted by Hades and taken down to the underworld, Demeter fell into a deep despair and refused to let crops grow. Hearing the cries of the hungry mortals, Zeus forced Hades to return Persephone. Before she left, however, Persephone was tricked into eating six pomegranate seeds, forcing her to return to the underworld for six months each year. For the half of the year that she is on earth with her mother, the land flourishes with vegetation and color, creating the seasons of spring and summer. During the half of the year that she is with her husband Hades, the land falls barren, creating the seasons of autumn and winter.

Demon chernobog icon.png Chernobog

Main article: Chernobog

The god of death in Slavic creation myth. His name means "black god." His various domains include night, darkness, destruction, and death.

Chernobog is the enemy of Belobog, the white god of light. Although Belobog and Chernobog rule over opposite domains - day and night, white and black, good and evil - they were initially friends who worked together to create the world from the mud at the bottom of the sea. They later became enemies, and after a long battle Chernobog was thrown down to the earth and became a spirit of evil.

Chernobog's ability to cause bad luck has led people to invoke his name when putting curses on others.

Demon guede icon.png Guede

Main article: Guede

Demon mot icon.png Mot

Main article: Mot

A god of Ugaritic mythology, mentioned in documents unearthed at the ancient city of Ugarit. His name means "death" or "desolation."

Mot rules over death and the dry season. He is the opposite number of Baal, the god of the harvest. Mot and Baal are brothers, and are sometimes described as twins or alter egos who arose from the same source.

The battle between Mot and Baal signifies the changing of seasons between wet and dry in the Canaan region.

Mot himself is the underworld, and his mouth is the gate. Once a living being passes through his mouth, there is no escape. He offers peace to all creatures in the form of death. He was also worshipped as a god of plants, the one who gave the land the power to support life.

Demon beijiweng icon.png Beiji Weng

Main article: Beiji Weng

Hokuto Seikun is the Japanese name for Bei Ji Xian Weng aka Bei Dou Xing Jun (北斗星君), a deity in Taoism. He administers the life and death of a person, and judges their actions in life which he then use to decide whether one goes to heaven or hell. Also known as the Lord of the Northern Hemisphere, Wise Man of the North Star or the Big Dipper. In other verses, he appears as a strict old man wrapped in icy robes, and is the opposite of Nan Dou Xing Jun (南斗星君), a mild-mannered youth wrapped in fiery robes.


Reaper
Demons Hel • Chernobog • Guede • Mot • Beiji Weng
Variations Seven stars of death Beiji Weng
Limited Lazy Mot
Enemy Reaper Hel • Superior Demon Hel • Reaper Chernobog • Chernobog (JB) • Saturday Baron Guede • Reaper Mot • Reaper Beiji Weng
Event None



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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