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How to Fuse

Fusion Range Demon Level Cost Success Rate
1-15 Alp 8 32 68%
16-27 Empusa 14 98 59%
28-39 Lilim 20 200 50%
40-53 Fomorian 27 364 40%
54-61 Incubus 31 480 34%
62-73 Succubus 37 684 26%
74-93 Kaiwan 47 1104 10%
94-103 Loa 52 1352 2%
104-200 Queen Mab 57 1624 5%
Elemental Fusions
Erthys Aeros Aquans Flamies
Down Up Down Down
Race Combinations in Dyad Fusion
Heavenly God+Raptor Avian+Yoma Beast+Fallen Angel Beast+Tyrant
Brute+Dragon Demon God+Fairy Demigod+Femme Divine+Earth Element
Dragon+Femme Fairy+Reaper Fairy+Tyrant Fallen Angel+Wilder
Earth Mother+Yoma Dragon King+Wilder Dragon King+Yoma Tyrant+Wilder

SpSCTgR.png Alp

Main article: Alp

A type of demon whose body is covered in tangled black fur. Alps appear in Norse mythology and come in two varieties: the light Ljósálfr and the dark dökkálfar. The word Alps normally refers to the former. In Alfheim, the paradise in which the elves of the sky live, they dance and bathe in the light of the moon.

When Christianity came to Scandinavia, the alps were branded a race of demons and have remained so ever since.

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Gp1oRUq.png Empusa

Main article: Empusa

In ancient Greek mythology, the Empusa (or Empousa) was a female supernatural monster or demoness. Hecate sent Empusa to harass travelers. It scared to death or ate anybody that traveled along the paths or roads it inhabited. The Empusae are sometimes described as having donkey-like features. They were believed to usually appear with one leg of brass and the other of a donkey.

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IZZMJMj.png Lilim

Main article: Lilim

The name for the daughters of Lilith, the first wife of Adam of the Old Testament of the Bible. They are amazingly beautiful and strongly resemble their mother.

The Lilim are said to bring harm to human children, and to seduce men who are caught in their gaze. They are often identified with succubi, and also with the Empusa of Greek mythology.

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XcB5IYN.png Fomorian

Main article: Fomorian

The name for the race of giants in Celtic mythology. The Fomori rule over death, evil and other spheres that evoke feelings of dread in humans. They are often depicted as a savage tribe with the heads of bulls, goats, and other beasts.

Led by the demon kings Balor and Indech, the Fomori fought off numerous armies. Balor in particular could render human armies powerless with his evil eye. He defeated many other tribes and even some gods. But at last he was defeated by his own grandson, the sun god Lugh.

It is said that the Fomori later chose to live together with other tribes.

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fCZ8818.png Incubus

Main article: Incubus

An Incubus is a demon in male form supposed to lie upon sleepers, especially women, in order to have sexual intercourse with them, according to a number of mythological and legendary traditions. Its female counterpart is the Succubus. An incubus may pursue sexual relations with a woman in order to father a child, as in the legend of Merlin.

Religious tradition holds that repeated intercourse with an incubus or succubus may result in the deterioration of health, or even death.

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eJNqL8j.png Succubus

Main article: Succubus

A type of demon that appears in dreams. It appears at the bedsides of men and sucks their life energy. A succubus takes the form of a woman, while an incubus takes the form of a man. When a succubus appears before a man, she renders herself into the image of the man's ideal woman. The succubus uses the life energy of her victims to spawn other demons and evil spirits.

The reason that these demons use dreams is that they are not strong enough to physically attack their prey, but instead excel in attacking their minds. They are weak to anything holy, and placing a crucifix on one's pillow is said to ensure that they stay away.

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AoYRuay.png Black Frost

Main article: Black Frost

A Jack Frost that wished for evil powers. This powerful demon is born when a cute Jack Frost remembers its nature as a demon."

—Compendium Info

Black Frost is Atlus' evil rendition of the more good-spirited demon Jack Frost.

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3R4ROEX.png Kaiwan

Main article: Kaiwan

"A god in Assyrian mythology. He is associated with the planet Saturn. He is usually grouped with another god, Sakkut."

—Compendium Info

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ybKFqOT.png Loa

Main article: Loa

The Loa are the spirits of the voodoo religion practiced in Louisiana, Haiti, Benin, and other parts of the world. They are also referred to as Mystères and the Invisibles, in which are intermediaries between Bondye (Bon Dieu, or good god) the Creator, who is distant from the world—and humanity. Unlike saints or angels however, they are not simply prayed to, they are served. They are each distinct beings with their own personal likes and dislikes, distinct sacred rhythms, songs, dances, ritual symbols, and special modes of service. Contrary to popular belief, the loa are not deities in and of themselves; they are intermediaries for a distant Bondye.

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HOXQXvD.png Queen Mab

Main article: Queen Mab

A queen appearing in Celtic mythology. She is the queen of Connacht in Ireland. Her name means "she who intoxicates." She is considered a goddess of the harvest and of rulership, owing to her many marriages with Irish kings.

Queen Mab tried to seduce the Irish hero Cu Chulainn using her own daughter, but failed. In the end, enraged by the enormous losses he inflicted on the army of Connacht, she manipulated him into breaking his geis (taboo), weakening him, and then had him killed by her magicians.

Mab's death is recorded in 11th-century documents. She is held to have been killed by a piece of hard cheese flung from a sling.

Mab is also known as queen of the fairies, and is identified with the fairy queen Titania.

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xZuidfr.png Nyx

Main article: Nyx

VwQ54BU.png Lilith

Main article: Lilith

Lilith is a female Mesopotamian storm demon associated with wind and was thought to be a bearer of disease, illness, and death. The figure of Lilith first appeared in a class of wind and storm demons or spirits as Lilitu, in Sumer, circa 4000 BC. Many scholars place the origin of the phonetic name "Lilith" at somewhere around 700 BC despite post-dating even to the time of Moses. Lilith appears as a night demon in Jewish lore and as a screech owl in Isaiah 34:14 in the King James version of the Bible. In later folklore, "Lilith" is the name for Adam's first wife.

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Demons Alp • Empusa • Lilim • Fomorian • Incubus • Succubus • Black Frost • Kaiwan • Loa • Queen Mab • Nyx • Lilith
Variations Accomplished Alp • Wanderer Alp • Accomplished Empusa • Inexperienced Lilim • Lilim the Little Demon • Nimble Lilim • Accomplished Fomorian • Inexperienced Fomorian • Inexperienced Succubus • Crisis • Accomplished Kaiwan • Accomplished Loa
Limited Passion of the Poltergeist Succubus • Joyful Black Frost • Prideful Black Frost • Inexperienced Loa • Inexperienced Queen Mab • Passion of the Poltergeist Lilith • Innocent Lilim the Little Demon
Enemy Alp Iskios • Empusa Iskios • Collector Lilim • Collector Lilim (Big) • Incubus (Shinjuku Docks) • Incubus Amina • Incubus Anemos • Incubus Blonde • Incubus En podio • Incubus Krustallos • Incubus Prox • Lord of Many Sins Incubus • Lord of Many Sins Incubus (Summoned) • Lord of Many Sins Incubus (Diaspora) • Dabster Succubus • Lord of Many Sins Succubus • Queen of Shinjuku Succubus • Succubus Amina • Succubus Anemos • Succubus Blonde • Succubus En podio • Succubus Krustallos • Succubus Prox • Emperor? Black Frost • Sinister Herd Loa • Lord of the Blood Sea Loa • Nyx (Winter) • Darkness of the Abyss Nyx • Lilith (JB)
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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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