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  • The Devil is an enemy in Grandia II. It can be found in Raul Hills. Devils have the ability to cast BOOM!, BA-BOOM!, Burnflame and Burnstrike.
  • Devil (デビル, Debiru) is a character from the Famicom video game Devil World. He is a blue demon who sports two horns and red wings. He was the antagonist of the game, and later appeared as an Assist Trophy in the Wii video game Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
  • Devils are lawful evil outsiders native to the Outer Sphere plane of Hell. They typically obey a rigid hierarchy and base much of their dealing with others on strict contracts, always looking to get the upper hand on another in the process. It is common for devils to provide mortals with great power in life in exchange for an eternity of torment and punishment at that devil's hands in the pits of Hell.
  • Devils are brilliant schemers, who constantly work to corrupt mortal communities which they latch onto like parasites. Like gilded spiders, they spin ever-expanding networks of power, luring the greedy and the foolish into their service by promises of wealth, power and physical gratification. Devils will recruit whatever help is available locally, but prefer establishing or corrupting shadowy groups such as thieves guilds or religious sects. A devil's organization tends to include a healthy mix of brains and brawn.
  • The devil was an entity believed in many religions (notably Christianity and Islam) to be the embodiment of evil and the enemy of humankind. In certain Christian traditions, the devil was said to have once been an angel named Lucifer, but was cast out of heaven for disobeying God. The story of Lucifer's fall was covered in the book The Hierarchie of the Blessed Angells. The Fat Lady described Sirius Black as having "eyes like the devil" after he attacked her portrait in 1993.
  • The Devil, also known as Satan, is believed in certain religions and cultures to be a powerful, supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind. Sokar took on the persona of an Egyptian god of evil, and later the Devil of Christianity. (SG1: "Demons", "Jolinar's Memories") Reginald Greer complained that Virgil Biggs had been sent by Satan to torment him. (SGU: "Lost")
  • Within PC version, Devil is available from "Mysterious merchant" within act 2, on Ioverths path. Sold for 1876 orens Devil is a steel sword found in The Witcher 2. There have been reports of a Diagram available from the asylum in Act 1 : 14x Iron Ore 2x Leather 2x Timber 2x Essence of Death 4x Essence of Water
  • He is an Evil Being in all the TEKKEN series,he thinks he can go into the Mishima family in this game{| class="wikia-infobox" |- ! class="wikia-infobox-header" colspan="2" | Devil |- | class="wikia-infobox-image" colspan="2" | File:Devil jin and devil kazuya.jpg |- |- ! Age | Immortal |- ! Hair Color | can change |- ! Eye Color | Yellow,Red, & Black |- ! Height | can change |- ! Weight | can change |- ! Power Attack | Evil Spells Evil Karate Evil chants |- ! Birthday | October 31st (Halloween) |- style="font-size:0; line-height:0;" ! style="width:50%; padding:0" | ! style="width:50%; padding:0" | |}
  • The Devil is believed in many religions, myths and cultures to be a supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind.
  • A Devil is a fantasy creature designed to have come from hell. In The Lord of the Goblinstone, they arrived thanks to The Lord and Master Devil Evilon.
  • Devil ist der Inhaber eines Casinos in Death City.
  • When it is left alone, it uses Lv 3 Confuse, Lv 4 Flare, and Lv 5 Death at will, which can be devastating if party members are at the wrong levels. As with many enemies in the Ancient Castle, it also has high Magic Defense and inherent Reflect. Physical attacks is the best way to defeat it, especially with Holy-elemental weapons, which it is weak against.
  • Represented by Sayoko Uehara, a nurse working in the Inaba Municipal Hospital.
  • The Devil is the advesary of Jesus and lord of the demons. It is believed that the Devil can make the dead walk, the only defense and preventive measure is garlic. The Devil's hide is thought to be tough and stringy.
  • He might be the one being depicted by Lock as he wears a Devil costume. He is voiced in the movie by Greg Proops.
  • A devil is a one of a general class of malevolent magical being that is native to this plane of existence. It's technically possible to kill a devil, but not to banish it since it has no place to go -- it's already where it belongs.
  • The Devil (called Demon on the British version of the Dojo) is the villain in the NES title, Devil World, developed by Shigeru Miyamoto, which was released for the Japanese Famicom and PAL NES systems only. In the game, he tried to thwart the efforts of the heroic dragon Tamagon to destroy him and seal Devil World away for eternity. During play, he would point in various directions to move the screen much as he does in Brawl, as well as direct his minions towards the player.
  • The entity reveals himself through the Gate of Orkus or Orcus, his portal to hell that manifests as a glowing white light around an occult drawing on a wall.
  • Devil, in originale "Daredevil", è il supereroe più sfigato della storia dei fumetti. È cieco e, grazie a questo, ci vede di notte come di giorno. E viceversa. Non spara raggi dagli occhi, non solleva camion con la mente, non gli escono artigli dalle mani e non sa volare, ma è temuto da tutti i criminali perché fa l'avvocato. E scusate se è poco. È la dimostrazione che con la volontà si può superare ogni handicap: nella sua carriera di giustiziere ha infatti sconfitto nemici potenti come Kingpin, Bullseye ed Electro. Continua però a pestare le cacche di cane quando cammina in strada.
  • Virus.DOS.Devil, also known as Devil's Dance, is a very dangerous memory resident parasitic virus on DOS. There are 4 variants: * Virus.DOS.Devil.941 (plus E, F and G)
  • Devils are fiends from lawful evil-aligned planes. Many devils are surrounded by a fear aura, which they use to break up powerful groups and defeat opponents piecemeal. Devils with spell-like abilities use their illusion abilities to delude and confuse foes as much as possible. A favorite trick is to create illusory reinforcements; enemies can never be entirely sure if a threat is only a figment or real summoned devils joining the fray.
  • Devil can refer to: * Lucifer, who is also known as Satan the Devil * Demons, who are also at times referred to as Devils
  • The Devil is a evil entity,the enemy of King Nixel,and a owner of a casino named "Devil's Casino". He is,like his enemy King Nixel,a Pokèmon-Kidnapper,he is the leader of "The Devil's Army". He has some very powerful foes on his side,including Psycarrot and Blindo. <default>Devil</default> Age Height Weight Gender Eye Color Hair Color Hometown Reigon Relatives Trainer Class
  • The Devil, according to Christian belief, is the evil ruler of all demons and the guardian of Hell. He has appeared as a character primarily in several of the Smurfs comic books. His first appearance was in "The Egg And The Smurfs", in which he was met by a Smurf who was sent to Hell by a fellow Smurf making an unwise wish with the magic egg, though only the Devil's legs are shown. The Devil is mentioned in "Sagratamabarb" when Gargamel's cousin went to Hell to see if there was any room for him there and brought back two demonic witnesses to prove that there wasn't any. It is possible that the Christmas Stranger who appeared in the Smurfs Christmas special may have been the Devil, although it is never directly stated.
  • Devils are a form of demon known in the world of Daventry.
  • Not to be confused with devil dog Devil who appears in Jerry go round
  • Devil (デビル, Debiru) is the owner of a casino in Death City.
  • To combine a food with various hot or spicy seasonings such as red pepper, mustard or Tabasco sauce, thereby creating a deviled dish.
  • The devil is an mythical creature that possibly lives in the hell. which possibly a charater like satan.
  • A evil deity that appeared in the Chaos Age * He made the suffering of the world worse. * He has many names: Wakboth, Kajabor Sources: Revealed Mythologies, Guide to Glorantha
  • Devils are fiends with a tendancy to lawful-evil alignment. Many are surrounded by a fear aura, which they use to divide and conquer their foes. They also have a propensity for illusion magics.
  • The film received mixed reviews, although its reception was generally more favorable than that of Shyamalan's other recent work. Critics praised the film's atmosphere and performances, but criticized the short running-time.
  • The Devil is believed in many religions, myths and cultures to be a supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the archenemy of God and humankind.
  • Categoría:Personajes Devil (デビル, Debiru), también llamado Devil Kazuya (デビル一八, Debiru Kazuya), es un personaje de la serie Tekken que tuvo su primera aparición en el videojuego Tekken original y es uno de los villanos principales de la saga. Él es el alma maldita de Kazuya Mishima y más tarde de Jin Kazama. Originalmente era una entidad maligna que intentaba poseer a Kazuya o Jin, una mitad se ha combinado con Kazuya. Es el jefe final para cada personaje en el videojuego Tekken 2, con la excepción de contra sí mismo. El jefe secundario para Devil es Jun Kazama y su jefe final es Angel.
  • "Devil" is a cutscene in Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. It is played during the third chapter of "Memories of a Lost City".
  • Please Note: Other people can use him in their games (as long as they ask me here). Devil is a character in MySims 2 who is also The Renegade's character.
  • Devils were a species of demon who appeared roughly humanoid, but possess horns and a tail. According to Eddie Hope, "devil" was more of a job title than a name for the actual species.
  • The film received mixed reviews, although its reception was generally more favorable than that of Shyamalan's other recent work. Critics praised the film's atmosphere and performances, but criticized the short running-time and convoluted story.
  • The Devil appears as artwork on one of the Tarot Cards that appears in the game. The Devil is inspired by the adversary in Christian religions, otherwise known as Lucifer or Satan.
  • Devil é um personagem que fez sua estréia em Tekken e é a alma possuida ou demoníaca de Kazuya Mishima e, mais tarde Jin Kazama .
  • Devil was a voice actor whose voice was heard at the entrance of the Devil's Flight roller coaster.
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  • Devils, also known as "Baatezu," are outsiders native to the lawful evil-aligned plane of Baator. Unlike demons, devils maintain a strict and brutal hierarchy, with Archdevils at the top each ruling over one of the Nine Hells. They are locked in the eternal Blood War with the demons.
  • The Lord of Light and Prince of Darkness, Satan is the supreme ruler of Hell, and twin brother to God. They are but two of the many children of the Mother of Existence, the creator of the universe and gods and goddesses. The Mother gave each of her children a world to mold in whatever way they desire, and gave the Earth to God and Satan. Of all her offspring they became her most bitter disappointment. The two squandered their talents in endless squabbling, making the Earth their playground. Whatever one created, the other destroyed. Over the millennia their bickering grew into hatred, and in the end they declared war on one another. Despite their endless hatred, they created something special and unique from the energy of The Mother herself, the beings known as humankind. While created to
  • The Devil is a character mentioned in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. The Devil is mentioned only once; this statement may be intended merely as a figure of speech, and there may not be any actual being that goes by this name. At the very least, it implies that a devil of some kind exists as a cultural figure in Termina even if no literal devil ever really existed.
  • Lucifer, also known as The Devil or Satan, is in charge of Hell. The Devil sometimes manifests as Ned Flanders, but has often manifested in other forms, such as the Herman lookalike fawn in season 2. His manifestation in Ned Flanders is sometimes considered as a separate character, Devil Flanders. He often appears in visions or dreams. Whenever Charles Montgomery Burns has a near death experience, Satan tries to get Burns there, but continually fails. He also appears in the music video Deep, Deep Trouble after Bart ends up with him. Bart was ordered to be reincarnated but as a snail.
  • They call me the King’s “Rhyodan”. That means “charlatan” in my native language, but they don’t know that. It’s what I called myself when I performed sleight-of-hand in the streets. I’d never heard of wizards then, but I played along when one of the princes happened along and got the wrong idea.
  • The Devil, in the various human cultures and religions of Earth, is a supernatural entity who is considered to be the personification of evil. Different cultures have given the Devil a variety of names, including Satan, Asmodai, Beelzebub, Lucifer, and Mephistopheles among others. In addition to the Devil of Earth mythology, a number of alien cultures had similar beliefs in an evil being similar to the devil. Delcara once told Captain Jean-Luc Picard that she was the "Guardian Angel of the Damned." Picard replied that Satan was the guardian angel of such people. (TNG novel: Vendetta)
  • Nostalgia Critic: ...This seems like a very colorful group of characters to randomly be on an elevator with. Satan: Oh, grapenuts... Voice: This is Goit Forman, your elevator— Santa Christ: Hi, Goit! Goit: ...Uh, hi. Listen, your elevator seems to be stuck. (a panel on the elevator console blinking DON'T PANIC is shown) You folks sit tight and we'll have you out in a minute. Rita: (still badly dubbed by Doug Walker) Well, great! Now what do we do? NC: Anybody got any stories? NC: Santa Christ! You must have some interesting tales! SC: Well, I did write a screenplay. Satan: You wrote a screenplay?
  • Devil is a term rarely used outside of Manual of Monsters Appendix III — in which it is a race and part of the Burning Legion like daemons and demodands. In other sources, it is mostly a descriptive word like "The clever devils of the western lands have a variety of techniques and skills that are emulated by others." when speaking of smart individuals and their inventions.
  • Devil is a 2010 Film Inspired By the novel And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. It's the first part of The Night Chronicles trilogy, a series of films created and outlined (but neither written nor directed) by M. Night Shyamalan that deal with the supernatural in a modern-day urban setting. Advertisements for the film played up Shyamalan's involvement at first, but this was soon changed after negative audience reactions to his name being in the trailer. Devil has a rating of 55% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is far better than previous films Shyamalan was associated with.
  • This article describes various allusions to the Devil in the Smallville series. Martha: (after finding out that Jonathan sold their farm) I talked to our lawyer. He said he can't do anything until he sees the contract, but "the devil made me do it" argument wouldn't hold up in court. Season One: Hug Lionel: I, uh, didn't ask you here to trade insults. No matter how wide the, uh, chasm gets between us, son... I'm your father. I'll always be your father. Lex: And the devil that's haunted me since the day I was born. Season Three: Covenant Lex: You tried to warn me about Fine, but I didn't listen. Lionel: You never have. No matter what I've given you, the things you've always wanted were beyond your grasp. This time you've overreached yourself. Lex: Did you come out here to
  • The Devil (Greek: diabolos = 'slanderer' or 'accuser') is believed in certain religions and cultures to be a powerful, supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind. The Devil is commonly associated with heretics, infidels, and other unbelievers. The Abrahamic religions have variously regarded the Devil as a rebellious fallen angel or demon that tempts humans to sin or commit evil deeds. Others regard the Devil as an allegory that represents a crisis of faith, individualism, free will, wisdom and enlightenment. In mainstream Christianity, God and the Devil are usually portrayed as fighting over the souls of humans, with the Devil seeking to lure people away from God and into Hell. The Devil commands a force of evil angels, commonly known as demo
  • According to Christian tradition, he was originally an angel named Lucifer who led an army of rebellious angels, seeking to overthrow and replace God. He was defeated and cast down to Hell as punishment. The other angels who joined Lucifer in his rebellion became demons and are his companions in Hell. According to Islamic tradition, the Devil was punished after he disobeyed God by refusing to bow down to the first man Adam.
  • She’s walking through the woods on a narrow path. I’ve known her for twelve years, since she was six. I saw her grow from a little girl to an adolescent. A twisted and sick adolescent. Though she doesn’t precisely know that. Others don’t know it either. Yet. It’s her eighteenth birthday today. She likes spending her birthdays in the woods, so that’s why she’s here now. I made her like that. Just like I made her kill the cat and just like I made her scratch her little brother’s eye out when he broke her doll. “Because I can. And because I want to.” Another tear falls on her lap.
  • The devil has long been a part of popular folklore, especially amongst the Western Christian religion. Stories about the figure were most common in the legends of Ireland, Newfoundland, Italy and the United Kingdom. In most cases, the demon represented an archetypal trickster figure, who weaseled desperate individuals into doing his bidding in exchange for certain requirements—typically their souls. Most of these deals were later found out to be deceptive and often stacked in the devil's favor through loop holes in the wording of the deal.
  • The name commonly given to the fallen angels, who are also known as demons. With the article (ho) it denotes Lucifer, their chief, as in Matthew 25:41, "the Devil and his Angels". It may be said of this name, as St. Gregory says of the word angel, "nomen est officii, non naturæ"--the designation of an office, not of a nature. For the Greek word (from diaballein, "to traduce") means a slanderer, or accuser, and in this sense it is applied to him of whom it is written "the accuser 'ho kategoros' of our brethren is cast forth, who accused them before our God day and night" (Apocalypse 12:10). It thus answers to the Hebrew name Satan which signifies an adversary, or an accuser.
  • The first several "Devil" robots were created by Dr. Wily to serve as some of the last lines defense of his castles against Mega Man's advance. In future time periods however, more advanced models have shown up, beginning with the Shadow Devil in Mega Man X5. No matter the name, shape or color, they all share one thing in common: A singular red eye situated within a malleable body made out of an unknown substance, the eye itself generally being its weak point as the rest of the body is usually impervious to all attacks. Despite their apparent shapeshifting abilities, most have not shown a wide range of forms when in battle. Their main attack has often consisted of breaking themselves up into pieces that dart over from one side of the room to the other and then reconstituting from that spot
  • Devils are beings that originated from the Underworld consisting of the 72 Pillars, the Extra Demons and the countless armies under them. The Devils are originally led by the Four Great Satans prior to their death in the Great War. Following the end of the great war, the descendants of the original Satans sans Rizevim decides to continue the Great War but was faced with opposition by other Devils most prominently the Bael clan who assumed authority after the death of their leaders. This started a civil war between the Devils with the descendant of the original Satans losing the war and a new government was formed among the Devils. The new government then appoints four new Satans through strength and accomplishment in the civil war.
  • Mid-rank demons that give off a wicked aura. They have a childish appearance with blue skin and red eyes with black sclera. They are a race that was born bearing clear malice towards humans during the age of the former demon lords when most monsters were born to kill humans because of instinct and hunger. They once fed on human fear, screams, and expressions twisted in agony, but now that they have become succubi (inma) in the present, they have come to prefer human expressions slackened in pleasure and ecstasy, and cries of delight. They love depravity and chaos and detest purity and order. They’re the vanguard of the “radical faction” that is plotting to convert all women into monsters and shroud the entire world in a demon realm filled with pleasure.
  • Diabeł to termin bardzo rzadko używany poza Dodatkiem III do Podręcznika Potworów, w którym diabły są wymienione jako rasa wchodząca w skład Płonącego Legionu, jak daemony i demonandzi. W innych źródłach jest to raczej słowo opisowe, takie jak "Sprytne diabły z ziem zachodnich mają cały wachlarz technik i umiejętności, które są przyswajane przez innych", gdy mówi się o mądrych osobach i ich wynalazkach.
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  • 46
  • 54
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  • Dan Hedaya ]
  • Julie Newmar
  • Sebastian Cabot <br[Robin Hughes
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  • How Come Super Mario Comics Don't Suck?
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  • You don't mind playing with a devil?
  • You're more of a devil than I. Heh heh heh
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Number
  • 70
Homeland
Gold
  • 0
Availability
Defense
  • 70
  • 323
Box Title
  • Devil
Tagline
  • Five Strangers Trapped. One of Them is Not What They Seem.
Relatives
  • Unknown
  • Step-grandmother: Unnamed
  • Step-sons Todd and Rod Flanders
  • Stepmother: unnamed
  • Wife: Maude Flanders
Appearances
Job
  • Ruler of Hell
Nombre
  • Devil
Starring
  • Chris Messina Logan Marshall-Green Geoffrey Arend Bojana Novakovic Jenny O'Hara Bokeem Woodbine Jacob Vargas
Element
  • Dark
Field
  • 0
Eyes
  • Incorporeal
ward
  • None
Romanji
  • Debiru
Gems
  • 0
PS
  • Goblin
Platform
  • MS-DOS
Last
Disposition
  • Mean, lustful
Age
  • Unknown
Speed
  • 30
  • 66
Editing
  • Elliot Greenberg
Voiced by
Armor
  • 0
Runtime
  • 80.0
Status
  • Alive
Appearance
  • "Bart Gets Hit by a Car"
Producer
  • M. Night Shyamalan Sam Mercer
Legal Status
  • N/A
GBA
  • Devil
Habitat
Game
  • Disciples II
  • Resident Evil Outbreak: The Darkside Chronicles
Hair
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Incorporeal
Magic
  • 7
Actor
Country
  • United States
Name
  • Devil
  • Satan
  • Unknown
  • Lucifer
  • The Devil
  • Devil 144
  • デビル
MP
  • 1150
Estilo
Production Company
  • Media Rights Capital The Night Chronicles
Type
Katakana
  • デビル
Caption
  • Steel sword
  • "Nya,See,You Can't Beat Me,See!"
  • (Devil as he appears in Brawl.'')
  • A barbazu, a cornigon,
  • and an erinye, from the 3.5 Monster Manual
First
Relationships
  • Unknown
Hair Color
  • Black
Hometown
  • The Underground
max kill
  • 2500
zehn max
  • 768
Character's Status
  • Alive
zehn min
  • 615
Character's Voice Actors/Seiyu
  • Takuya Masumoto
Barrier
  • Barrier
min kill
  • 20
Regen
  • 5
conocido
  • Devil Kazuya
gba rage
  • Attack, Thundaga
morph id
  • 14
Trainer Class
  • Pokèmon-Kidnapper
snes rage
  • Battle, Bolt 3
What is the character's anime debut?
Character's Occupations
  • Casino owner
What is the character's manga debut?
reigon
  • The Same Reigions As King Nixel
immu
  • None
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exp
  • 518
  • 2189
Language
Character Name
  • The Devil
Drop
Aliases
  • Satan, Lucifer, Shaitan, Abbadon, Angra Mainyu, Asmodai, Iblis, Beelzebub, Belial, Mephistopheles, The Beast, Prince of Darkness, The Dragon, The Adversary, The Wicked One, The Stranger, El Diablo, Old Scratch, Old Nick, Pip, Mr. Smith, Miss Devlin, Cadwallader, The Howling Man
meet
  • You called me? Do you wish to make an arrangement?
Weight
  • 10
  • various
  • King Nix-Weighted
PL
  • Assembly
Cinematography
  • Tak Fujimoto
Reach
  • Adjacent
English Title
  • Devil
Height
  • various
  • Incorporeal
  • King Nix-Sized
Species
  • Deity
  • Demon
Title
  • Devil
  • The Devil
imp
  • Immune
filetype
  • *DOS executable *MZ executable
Marital Status
  • Single
DEF
  • 2080
  • 2800
Music
  • Fernando Velázquez
src
  • Weapon
Skill
  • Deal with the devil
Image size
  • 320
Class
  • Damage
  • A
Description
  • A common devil that lures people with her sweet whispers, then devours their souls.
AKA
  • *Devil *Devil's dance *Jerusalem *Sunday
firstgame
  • Devil World
  • Majora's Mask
Gross
  • 6.27E7
Cost
  • 28
  • 34
Died
friendship
  • I'll lend you my power, for the price of your soul Mwah ha ha!
Image
  • IMG 0757.JPG
Relations
  • Unknown
Affiliations
  • Angels
Universe
  • Comic Books
  • Devil World
Profession
  • Voice actor
Imagen
  • 325
iOS
  • Devil
Distributor
  • Universal Pictures
Occupation
  • Guardian of hell
  • Tempter
Video
  • 150
Debut
  • Devil World
Family
HP
  • 170
  • 350
  • 5510
  • 5555
Released
  • 2010-09-17
ACC
  • 30
Skin
  • Incorporeal
Place
Nacionalidad
  • Desconocida
Damage
  • 52
Eye Color
  • Black
Diet
  • Men's Spirit Energy
Image File
  • Nc_devil.jpg
  • howling_man.jpg
Gender
  • Male
  • Variable
Race
Images
  • Images of Devil
Born
Experience
  • 40000
SNES
  • Goblin
Effects
  • +1
  • +8%
  • bonus on Signs +15
  • regeneration in combat +10%
Vision
  • Darkvision
Source
  • Craftable
Rating
  • 6.300000
Budget
  • 1.0E7
Writer
  • M. Night Shyamalan
Director
  • John Erick Dowdle
Género
  • Masculino
Birth
  • Unknown
Creator
Location
  • Mariglenn:
  • The Nine Hells and other lawful evil dominions
Size
  • Different
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Reflect
  • Auto
Alineamiento
  • Malvado
itemDrop
  • 0
act voz-ing
  • Kyle Hebert
  • Adam Dudley
Completo
  • Devil
Estatus
  • Vivo
act voz-jap
  • Jōji Nakata
  • Kazuhiro Yamaji
  • Masanori Shinohara
Abil
  • None
abstract
  • Pending
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  • The Devil is an enemy in Grandia II. It can be found in Raul Hills. Devils have the ability to cast BOOM!, BA-BOOM!, Burnflame and Burnstrike.
  • Devil (デビル, Debiru) is a character from the Famicom video game Devil World. He is a blue demon who sports two horns and red wings. He was the antagonist of the game, and later appeared as an Assist Trophy in the Wii video game Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
  • The Devil, in the various human cultures and religions of Earth, is a supernatural entity who is considered to be the personification of evil. Different cultures have given the Devil a variety of names, including Satan, Asmodai, Beelzebub, Lucifer, and Mephistopheles among others. In addition to the Devil of Earth mythology, a number of alien cultures had similar beliefs in an evil being similar to the devil. Satan was a major character in John Milton's "Paradise Lost", who famously said, "Better to reign in Hell, than serve in Heaven." Satan's choice was cited by Khan Noonien Singh (TOS episode: "Space Seed") and by an alternate universe version of Sonya Gomez. (SCE eBook: Lost Time) The New New York Times article about humanity's first contact with Vulcans quoted an eyewitness who said that the Vulcans "look a lot like the devil." (ST reference: Federation: The First 150 Years) When first meeting with James T. Kirk in 2268, the Klingon Kang told Kirk that the Klingons had no devil, but they were quite aware of the habits of the human devil. (TOS episode: "Day of the Dove") The being known as Lucifer was later proved to be based on an actual person. The Megan, Lucien, visited Earth during the early 17th century and barely escaped with his life, while other Megans who visited the planet were executed in the aftermath of the Salem Witch Trials. Lucien would be recorded in human history as the entity Lucifer. In the 23rd century, the USS Enterprise visited Megas-Tu and met Lucien and the Megan race. It was then they learned the full story behind the witch trials. (TAS episode: "The Magicks of Megas-Tu") Much later, Kirk's crew met a race called the Danons, who were revealed to have also played a part in Earth's development of a Devil figure. (TOS novel: Devil World) Delcara once told Captain Jean-Luc Picard that she was the "Guardian Angel of the Damned." Picard replied that Satan was the guardian angel of such people. (TNG novel: Vendetta) In the 24th century, a female con artist learned that the Ventaxian mythological being known as Ardra was expected to return soon. She studied the legend of Ardra very carefully, and appeared when Ventaxian legend said Ardra would reappear. During her encounters with the crew of the USS Enterprise-D, she tried to convince the crew that she was also the Devil and the Klingon entity Fek'lhr. (TNG episode: "Devil's Due")
  • Devils are lawful evil outsiders native to the Outer Sphere plane of Hell. They typically obey a rigid hierarchy and base much of their dealing with others on strict contracts, always looking to get the upper hand on another in the process. It is common for devils to provide mortals with great power in life in exchange for an eternity of torment and punishment at that devil's hands in the pits of Hell.
  • She’s walking through the woods on a narrow path. I’ve known her for twelve years, since she was six. I saw her grow from a little girl to an adolescent. A twisted and sick adolescent. Though she doesn’t precisely know that. Others don’t know it either. Yet. They suspect things. They suspect that this angel-like girl with her long, blonde hair has more going on in her head than is right for her. Some say she saw her best friend die and she got traumatized. Others say she simply reads too much scary stories and watches too much horror movies. And a few say she’s possessed by the Devil himself. They are all right, in one way. Her parents are afraid of her, or actually; what’s “inside” her. They don’t dare to put her in a mental hospital, or at least get her checked, because the first – and last – time they confronted her with her behaviour, she ripped the cat apart at night. She tore the innocent creature in half, his entrails falling on the floor and blood spattering everywhere. I loved watching that. It was the most satisfying and thrilling action I ever saw her do. I was almost orgasmic… It’s her eighteenth birthday today. She likes spending her birthdays in the woods, so that’s why she’s here now. I made her like that. Just like I made her kill the cat and just like I made her scratch her little brother’s eye out when he broke her doll. She hums a little melody while she sits down on a bench next to the path. I’m standing behind a huge tree, but I know she can feel me. She knows I’m close. She knows that she will hear a soft scratch on her window tonight and that I will sit on the end of her bed, whispering little words, like I always do. “Hush baby, don’t you cry. Cheer up and dry your eyes. Come join the happy games. Toys in the attic.’ she sings in a childish tone. “Do you feel sorry for me?” she suddenly asks. A chill goes through my spine. “Sorry that I’m blind? Dancing through life without remembering my last step because of you?” She never spoke to me before. Not directly. I remember her writing something on a paper and placing it on her bed before she went to sleep. There was one word written on it: Why? I wrote nothing back. Sooner or later she’d find out if she had to. “I know you’re there. Come sit next to me.” I want to fight the urge to answer her call, but I know it doesn’t matter, for it’ll soon be over anyway. So I walk towards her with a silent pace and sit down on the wooden bench. She doesn’t turn her head to look at me. I don’t know why, but she doesn’t. “Why are you doing this to me?” A tear rolls down her cheek. “Why are you using me like this, like a marionette?” “Because I can. And because I want to.” Another tear falls on her lap. “Not because you love me?” she says, with a trembling lower lip. I have to think about this question. Do I love her? I don’t think I do. But I do love what she does. Or rather: what I tell her to do, blindly following my orders. Isn’t that the same as loving her? “Do you love me?” she repeats. “Yes.” A smile appears on her face, but it’s a smile without joy. The wind blows through the leaves and the smell of humid forest enters my nose. She stands up, inhales deeply and walks away over the path, the same way she came from, leaving me alone on the wooden bench. The night fell and the light in the house I became familiar with went out. There is no moon tonight, so even if I’d stand in the middle of the streets, no one would see me. The streetlights broke down a few months ago and no one knows why. Usually, the moon throws an eerie and mystic light on the houses, but not tonight. The girl’s voice echoes through my head. Do you love me? Over and over again. A flash of her joyless smile. My mind wanders back to the day I picked her. It was a perfect day. The sun shone and there were no clouds. A light breeze whispered and lured me towards the park. And that’s where I saw her: she was sitting on a swing, humming a melody I didn’t know back then, expecting this day to be a day like any other. I watched the little angel with blonde hair and blue eyes all day long. I followed her to her house and saw her go to bed. I fetched as much information about her as I could and after a week, I went in her room for the first time. She didn’t wake up. And even if she would’ve, she wouldn’t be able to remember it. It is time. It is completely silent in the house. I sneak around it and stand still under the window I’ve been climbing through almost every night for the past twelve years. I take a deep breath and climb into the tree next to the house. I’m not the youngest anymore, but with my daily exercise, it’s no problem at all. I walk over a thick branch to the window and touch the cold glass with care. I scratch with my fingernails softly on the window and open it with my free hand. She’s asleep. Good. Without making any noise, I sit down on her bed and start humming the same melody she hummed the first day I saw her and was humming today in the forest. She moans, but doesn’t completely wake up. I start speaking to her in a calm, barely hear-able voice. First the usual words in Latin to calm her down and get her into trance. My hands start itching and sweating a bit. Our last meeting. She’s getting a bit nervous, or at least, her movements are. I start humming again. The wind comes up and comes up and becomes more powerful. I even think it’s raining now. “Hello dear. Can you guess what I want you to do?” She turns her head in her sleep and breathes heavily. “I want you to finish the game. I want you to make it to an end. I want you to kill your family…” I stop for a few seconds, then I swallow my fear and continue. “… And then yourself.” A tear rolls down the side of her face. I stand up and before I disappear out of the window I look back one more time at the devil I created her into. Written by Dervall
  • Nostalgia Critic: ...This seems like a very colorful group of characters to randomly be on an elevator with. Satan: Oh, grapenuts... Voice: This is Goit Forman, your elevator— Santa Christ: Hi, Goit! Goit: ...Uh, hi. Listen, your elevator seems to be stuck. (a panel on the elevator console blinking DON'T PANIC is shown) You folks sit tight and we'll have you out in a minute. Rita: (still badly dubbed by Doug Walker) Well, great! Now what do we do? NC: Anybody got any stories? Rita: I do! It's about how I plan to take over the world by creating one monster at a time instead of building an army of them, and how I was embarrassingly defeated by a martial arts version of Glee! And then how I— NC: Santa Christ! You must have some interesting tales! SC: Well, I did write a screenplay. Satan: You wrote a screenplay? SC: Yeah, I write every morning at Starbucks. Have to justify that rewards card somehow. SC: Well, it's about a bunch of people trapped in an elevator! NC: (sarcastic, rolling his eyes while Satan shakes his head) Oh, I love it already... SC: But one of them, is a killer! NC: (curious) Yeah? SC: And, well, the power is faulty. So, (piano music cuts out for dramatic music) every time the lights go out, the killer strikes! Satan: (curious as well) Yeah? SC: So, basically the race is on to rescue a whole bunch of claustrophobic people trapped inside an elevator, before the lights go out again and the killer picks them off! (punctuating each word with a finger jab at NC) One! By! One! Rita: YEAH? SC: And the twist is...IT'S CTHULHU! NC: Okay, well that's really dumb, because you had this ingenious idea for a setup... Satan: ...Building suspense and drama... Rita: ...Downright Hitchcockian! NC: ...and then you fuck it all up by throwing in something supernatural for no reason! SC: (saddened) But people love Cthulhu... Rita: It doesn't matter if people love Cthulhu, it doesn't fit into the story! Goit: And besides, it doesn't matter. They already did something like that in M. Night Shyamalan's movie, Devil. Goit VO: While Shyamalan only worked on the story, it has his fingerprints all over it. It's got the hokey acting, the hokey writing, the hokey twist; it's got every hokey thing but the hokey pokey! Satan: (smugly) But to his credit, he does represent my work pretty well. NC: (skeptically) Oh, really? The guy who couldn't represent a Nickelodeon cartoon represents the most evil demonic force on Earth? Goit: Hey, I got an idea! While we're working on breaking you out, why don't I play the movie to keep you entertained? NC, SC and Rita: (screaming) NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Goit: Uh, I'm sorry, you cut out there, could you say that again? NC, SC and Rita: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Goit: Still didn't get it. Tell you what, go ahead and watch the movie until we can figure out a way to hear you better! NC: (sourly) I guess this is Devil! Satan: It's really not that bad... NC (VO): So our film begins with a logo that reads Night Chronicles and then the Number 1...Eh? SC: Oh, yeah! I remember this. This is the first of the series of films that Shyamalan was supposed to work on. Satan: Well, why aren't there more? SC: ...Because the first one was Devil. NC, Rita, and Satan: Ooooohh! NC (VO): And because Shyamalan can never start a movie without important looking text...here's some important looking text! NC (VO): (dryly) Ah, now this is especially essential. Without it, I don't think we could ever draw the conclusion THAT THE DEVIL IS BAD! Satan: (indignantly) Really?! All these years, and that's never come across?! (to himself, straightening his suit) I need to make more Republicans... NC (VO): And just listen to how the music tries to scare you into what I guess is supposed to be a big reveal. NC VO: (sounding shocked) OH MY GOD, EVERYTHING'S UPSIDE DOWN! FUCK! FUCK! FUCK! NC: Oh, the possibilities this suggest[s]. Like, maybe the projectionist passed out when he loaded the film reels! NC (VO): (calmly) We start with an opening narration from a security guard, once again reassuring us that the Devil sucks. Ramirez {Jacob Vargas}: My mother's story would always begin the same way: with a suicide, paving the way for the Devil's arrival. And it would always end...with the deaths of all those trapped. NC (VO): (mock-somber) And so went the financier of the Last Airbender movie. Sponsor: Do you know the main reason why people go back to drinking? Bowden: The Eagles? Sponsor: Resentment. NC (VO): We then cut to Detective Bowden, having a cup of coffee with his AA sponsor. Sponsor: You may need to finally start believing in something greater than yourself. Bowden: But when I think about the guy that killed my family...I have a tough time believing in much of anything. NC (VO): Oh God, are we in another Stephen King story? I mean, the lead is a recovering drunk who will partake in a lame supernatural resolution, it is pretty damn similar! Markowitz: Hey. Got a good one for ya. NC (VO): But they discover the truck that the man cannon-balled into earlier and try to figure out what happened. Bowden: Truck wasn't here when he made impact. Must have rolled. (Cut to shot of skyscraper) Your guy jumped from that building. Markowitz: Why, your dead guy turned the corner here? Bowden: (gesturing at cement blocks) These things are made to bounce trucks off. NC (VO): Well, thank God nobody on a busy street reported a bread truck with a dead guy embedded on it like Wile E. Coyote with a driver who seems to have disappeared off the face of the earth rolling backwards into oncoming traffic bouncing off cemet blocks into a parking lot of somebody's store. Maaaybe they just thought it was the (scene cuts to a truck with what NC says next on its side in red letters) "bread truck with a dead guy embedded on it like Wile E. Coyote with a driver who seems to have disappeared off the face of the earth rolling backwards into oncoming traffic bouncing off cement blocks into a parking lot of somebody's store man." SC: (jovially) Oh, hey, you got those in your town, too? Ben: We are not taking the stairs again! Other Guard: Just get on the damn elevator! NC (VO): (as white guard) And I do mean "damn elevator." (thunder cracks and the screen flashes white as he lets out an evil laugh) Tony: Can you hold that? Vince: Oh! Sorry. (he reaches for the door close button, but Tony puts his hand in the doorway, opening it up, and gets on the elevator) Tony: Thanks for your help. Vince: Don't mention it. NC (VO): So let's do a checklist of our clichéd characters. (Each character gets a shot and a checklist next to them. First Vince) Awkward Asshole: check. (Jane) Crabby Old Lady: check. (Ben) Tough Black Guy: check. (Sarah) Generic Good Looking Woman with Little to No Personality: check. (Tony) Generic Good Looking Guy with Little to No Personality: check. Rita: (moving to the front of the elevator, one of her large horns bumping past SC) All that's missing is the spiritually sensitive Hispanic person. Ramirez: Dios te salve Maria... * (Spanish for "god save you Mary) Rita: Now we can get this party started. (moves back, hitting SC with her horn again, this time knocking his hat off) NC (VO): Alright, everybody stay calm: it's probably the devil. Ben: Aw, come on, man... Ramirez: Why's elevator 6 in inspection mode? Lustig: Huh? Ramirez: Elevator 6. Lustig: Oh, full house. Two queens, three jacks. SC: ...Who says that?!? Lustig: Yo, Dwight, you got a problem. Dwight: Tell me about it. I'm already up on 35 fixing it. Lustig: The elevator? Dwight: (over the radio) No, the broken window. NC (VO): Yeah, I'm guessing either lightning struck it, a person jumped, or it spontaneously exploded onto the street. Either way, I don't think it's worth calling the police over. NC (VO): (as Dwight) Oh, hey, is that the police down there? Don't worry, not needed. Bowden: You might wanna secure that better. Gus: Okay, okay. NC (VO): The speakers are busted, so only the security team can talk to them and not they to the security team. This gives obvious jackass [Vince] plenty of time to be an obvious jackass. Vince: Well, at least we got tunes. (singing) "Bum, bum, bum, don't sit under the apple tree with anyone else but me..." Come on, grandma, you know the words. "Anyone else but me..." Sarah: (offscreen) Don't be a jerk... NC (VO): (as Vince) Hey, come on! You try to make dialogue in a Shyamalan film sound natural! Vince: (laughing) Okay, I was just joking, I'm joking. NC (VO): Things don't help when we find out our security temp is claustrophobic, the maintenance guy can't fix the problem, and Awkward McJerkoff still thinks he needs to convince us that he can play a good asshole. Vince: When we get out of here, (gives Jane his card) you're gonna need a good rest. Jane: (reads the card) "Mattress Mania"? Vince: That's us! Now everybody's had their mattress too long. Am I right? You didn't follow that advice about flipping it every few months. NC (VO): (as Vince) I also go door to door selling cars, life insurance, and any religion you're not a part of. Have I mentioned I'm the obnoxious guy? Vince: You don't have to be as well-off as this one. (pointing to Sarah) Sarah: I'm not that well-off. Vince: What makes me good at selling mattresses is I can look at a person's clothes, and know exactly how much they can afford to spend. And you, lady? You're no Super Sleeper. NC (VO): (as Vince) I've also learned how to be as charming as a cactus on your gallbladder. With that said, might my humbleness interest you in a mattress? ...I'm the obnoxious guy! Jane: (groans) Oh... NC (VO): The lights start to flicker, until it's totally dark. When they come back on, we see someone has bitten off a little bit more than they could chew. Jane: What in the world...?! Sarah: It feels like something bit me! NC (VO): So, wait, the Devil BITES people? Satan: ...It was an awkward phase. Satan: Sometimes I try less seducing the lost and wretched and...just try...biting them... every once in a while. Rita: (points to him) You have issues! Satan: I'M THE DEVIL! Jane: You think this is a bite? Tony: (offscreen) No, nobody got bit. Ben: No, nobody got bit. What else could have done that? NC (VO): Oh, I think I get it. Maybe instead of the Devil being the traditional devil we always think of, maybe it was always (shows the poster of the movie with Taz from Looney Tunes on it) this guy the entire time. (Short sound clip of Taz's voice, then cut to security office) Lustig: Oh, my God. Ramirez: Whoa! Lustig: Okay, we gotta call the police. NC (VO): So, they only NOW call the cops, strange seeing how they know someone jumped from the building so you'd assume that they'll be there already, and decide to check out the scene. Bowden: 333 Locust, that's gotta be right around... NC (VO): Why is it 333 instead of the more obvious 666? Well, seeing how Shyamalan only did the story, maybe it just counts for half the evil! (shows text "No Shyamalan = Half the Evil", then cuts to security office) NC (VO): So, while they wait for the cops, our Hispanic Guard thinks he saw something in the video footage. Lustig: ...Okay. Ramirez: You see it? Lustig: That's just grain in the image. That's, you know, it's a mistake. It's like when people see Jesus in a pancake or something. Ramirez: No. No, no, (starts speaking in Spanish) NC (VO): Wait, so the Devil shows off head shots in security cameras? Satan: It's not uncommon! (smiling smugly as he straightens his clothes) I have a pretty profile. You should have seen the ones I used in the "Paranormal Activity" movies! Girl: Mom, Dad, help me! NC (VO): The lights go off again, only this time a mirror breaks, and one of the shards flies into Mr. Asshat. Eh, to be fair, he is going out like his performance: a pain in the fucking neck! Bowden: (on his radio) 602, we have a possible 187, I need backup. NC (VO): So, of course, there's only one logical explanation for all of this. Ramirez: We must consider that one of those people...might be the Devil. NC: ...Really? Just like that? Devil? We're not leaving open for more plausible opinions like (cuts to image of a pumpkin monster) the Great Pumpkin or (cut to image of) the Flying Spaghetti Monster? Bowden: Is this guy for real? Ramirez: Where I come from, we call it "The Devil's Meeting". NC (VO): But that's nothing, what proof does he have that the Devil is near? Oho, turn up the volume for this one. Maximize the frame, draw all your attention to the screen. NC: (pulls Rita, SC, and Satan close to the camera) No, get close, get close, really get close, this has to be seen and heard with the upmost clarity to be believed. Okay, movie. What's your proof? Lustig: What are you doing? Ramirez: Oh! When he's near, toast falls jelly side down... NC: YES. You just saw that! NC (VO): The absolute proof to show that the Devil is near is taking a piece of toast, putting jelly on it, throwing it up in the air, and seeing if it lands jelly side down! NC: ...With all due respect, writers, creators, makers of this movie...did you drink as a fetus? NC: (vo) I don't know how you would accomplish that, but it's the only way I can comprehend writing this spectacularly stupid! Jelly side down equals Devil; are you fucking kidding me?! Is this a tested method? One that's really valuable? Is this the method (a picture of St. Peter's Church) the Vatican uses? (picture of Pope Benedict XVI) Do religious leaders all come together to test the devil's arrival with pastry goods? Father Doug: So, in conclusion to our weekly kitchen of demonic testing research, we have discovered that the cream in the coffee has swirled in the right direction, the chocolate icing on the donut was equally distributed, and the mustard in the ham sandwich on rye did not drip all the way to the floor. All that remains, of course (taking out a piece of toast with jelly on it) is our beloved toast test. (chuckles) And seeing how we've been doing this for 180 years and not once has it ever landed on the wrong side, I think we can all get ready to go while I perform this last one. Father Doug: JELLY SIDE DOWN!!! (everyone screams, with Barney throwing up his fingers in a cross sign) Jelly side down! (now it devolves into outright violence with Barney beating up Rob and Jim choking Rachel. Doug kisses his rosary) Jelly side down! (he kisses his rosary again) Jelly side down! (Rachel's now beating Jim with his own glasses while Doug screams out in anguish) NC: Fucking ridiculous! Satan: Actually, to be fair, the jelly side down test isn't a bad one. Rita: Oh, bullcrap! Santa Christ, do you have a piece of toast with jelly on it? SC: (jovially) Of course I do. (he hands Rita a piece of toast with jelly on it) I'm Santa Christ. Rita: ...Best out of three! (bends to pick it up) NC: Oh, now what? Satan: ...Oh sure, just because I'm the Devil, everyone assumes I did it. How do I know neither of you did it? Nostalgia Critic, you hate the Power Rangers! NC: Yeah, but not enough to kill a cast member! ...Unless it was Alpha. Satan: And Santa Christ, you fight monsters just for fun! You could be just as guilty. SC: But I only do that on Thursdays! NC: ...Face it, guys. Everybody in this elevator's a suspect... Goit: Hey, are people killing one another in there? NC: Yeah? Goit: Stop that! NC: Okay, okay. What do you say we just finish the review without any more neck-breaking? Satan: Okay. SC: Okay. NC (VO): So the detective goes up to the broken window to see if the jumper and the killer in the elevator have any connection. Elsa: Could you take a look at the suicide note? Most of it make sense but then it ends with, "I can hear the Devil's footsteps growing nearer" ...Usually suicide notes are either all crazy or all rational, but this one is both. NC (VO): Oh, yeah! Just like that totally crazy one I read last week that said (cut to childish writing that says) "Duck duck orange juice Robert Downy Junior" or the totally rational one I came across the other week that (cut to well-drawn mathematical diagram) listed the scientific and mathematical equations about why the suicide happened. Mixing the two? NEVER happens! Ben: (lights starts flicking in the elevator again) I CAN'T TAKE THIS ANYMORE! NC (VO): Back on "Lord of the Floors" as we see the lights go out again leading to more mayhem. Ben: The hell is going on?! (Turns on a match in the darkness and we briefly see the devil's face before he strikes again) NC (VO): Ugh, so... (showing the frame of the devil's face) The devil looks like a TPed version of Jack Skellington?! Satan: (SC and NC look at him) ...It scares kids at birthday parties! (All three look away from Rita's corpse in disgust again) NC (VO): And while the lights go out, it looks like that Grandma [Jane] didn't want to hang around anymore. (the lights of the elevator return showing that Jane has been brutally hanged with a cable, scaring everyone) "Well, I'll tell ya, those bowels are gonna be evacuating anytime and I'm not gonna want to be in this elevator then!" So, one of the guards goes to see if he can fix the wire, the other two cops go searching for more information on who the killer could be leaving WHO to look after the elevator..? (shows Ramirez while playing the sound of a cuckoo clock) That's right, Crazy Toast Man, of course! Oh, yeah! That's a smart idea: put the guy you declared was insane in charge of a box of people going insane and killing one another! That's like putting (show image of) the Human Torch in charge of keeping (show image of many corn kernels) 50 packs of popcorn kernels from popping! YOU KNOW SOMETHING'S GONNA BLOW! But come on, in this time of raging emotions and uneasy nerves surely he won't do ANYTHING to make it worse... (Ramirez kneels and recites the Hail Mary prayer in Spanish to the people in the elevator) ...Oh, that's just fucking great asshole, that will totally calm them down! Why don't you just pop in a CD playing "Let the bodies hit the floor" while you're at it?!? SC: Oh, you don't know that, maybe someone praying for their immortal souls will make them feel better! (Tony attacks Ben while Sarah urges him to kill Ben) Oh... Maybe not... NC (VO): (as Bowden, who rushes back to Ramirez) "Oh, Christ, why haven't we fired you yet?" Bowden: (takes the elevator's speaker) Back away from each other, now! Get off! We're gonna keep you safe and here's how: everyone get to a corner and place your hands on the wall, DO IT! NC (VO): (as Bowden) And whoever the killer is, really think about what you have done! Ben: Just shut up and keep your hands on the wall! NC: So, who do we turn to to finally start making sense of all this? Pft, Crazy Toast Man, of course! Bowden: In a hypothetical conversation that I'm not really having...how would this story of yours end? Ramirez: They all die. Bowden: ...That's it? Ramirez: ...Yeah. NC (VO): "Well, let's wrap up here, men! El Loco Diablo here says there's nothing we can do!" (As another cop) "But sir, what evidence do you have of that?" (as Bowden) "The toast landed jelly side down!" (as the cop) "Jelly side down? (as both) AAAH!" Ramirez: They made the choices that brought them here. NC (VO): So the reason Crazy Toast Man thinks they're all gonna die is that after doing more research it turns out that all of them have a criminal past. So the Devil, obviously, instead of killing them in an unsuspicious, quiet and not camera-recorded way, decides to draw out the taking out these random five people as slowly as fucking possible! Satan: Aaand, turn. (SC and NC look at him again) NC: You took an entire day and all this effort just to take down FIVE people who you could have taken down in a millisecond?!? Satan: I'm just showing how secret and subtle I am! NC: You're about as secret and subtle as The Matrix! (VO) Anyone not clinically braindead would be able to tell something was up! And are there really only FIVE people in the ENTIRE world going to Hell today? Really? Fucking FIVE?!? By God, their crimes range from bank fraud to pick pocketing, nobody else in the entire world has done anything worse than THIS?! Satan: Look, I just need a "stupid day"! You know how some companies have "funny hat day" or "casual clothes day"? (as the most infamous bits of the movie are shown) I have "stupid days" where I pick one day and don't do anything that makes sense whatsoever! SC: ...You're really bad at this. Satan: SHUT UP! SC: [I've] made bowls of oatmeal more frightening than him... (Satan looks at him upset) NC (VO): So since the maintenance guy got axed off as well, because you know, a building this big would have only ONE maintenance guy, one of the guards goes to see if he can fix the elevator. Lustig: I might have found the problem, a bad wire looks like it could be shorting out the circuit. NC (VO): Okay, why is it in movies all the important wires and buttons that make everything work are always put in rooms that have no fucking lights?! Don't you wanna SEE what you're doing when you're fiddling with this incredibly important stuff? "But hey, what does this button do"? (Lustig presses a control that inadvertently cuts out the power of the entire building) "Whoops." (VO) He sees one of the wires is cut and caught in a puddle of water and... Rather than going to the firefighters we clearly established have been here for some time, he tries to fix them up himself! Well, this looks promising. (Lustig steps on the puddle and gets electrified) (audio from Monty Python and the Holy Grail) Message for you, sir! Bowden: (assisting Lustig) MEDIC! NC (VO): This comes as an especially tough blow when they realize the husband of the woman in the elevator might own the security team of the building meaning that Ben might be the killer! Bowden: (talking through a walkie-talkie) Sarah Caraway's husband doesn't own Caraway's security, does he?! ...Meet me in the office! (runs to the office) Ben: (to Sarah) Don't worry ma'am... I will keep you safe. NC (VO): Now of course this could have been an ingenious move in keeping the audience guessing and on their toes, except for one simple fact that kind of leads us to the conclusion that's probably not him YOU CALLED YOUR MOVIE "DEVIL"!!! You've constantly given away that the killer is the devil! How did you think you were gonna fool us with this?!? It's like if The Wolfman tries to trick us that the killer in the movie is fucking Dracula! We KIND OF KNOW going in, guys! (the lights of the elevator turn off again and when they turn on Ben is killed with his neck twisted) "Oh, you mean he WASN'T the killer? This movie is totally keeping me guessing!" (both Sarah and Tony grab a sharp piece of glass to defend themselves from one another) So only two remain, each one thinking that the other is the killer! Tony: I should kill you right now. I should kill you right now before you try, I should cut you right now..! Sarah: And what would be your defense, huh? Castor Troy: Wheeeee! Haha! What a predicament! Ramirez: (Looking at them through the camera) This is what he does, he wants us to look everything... NC: (annoyed) OH, JEEZ, WOULD YOU SHUT UP, CRAZY TOAST MAN?!? Bowden: What to do, according to your story... How would I save them? SC: OH, FOR THE LOVE OF ME, WOULD YOU STOP GIVING HIM ATTENTION?! Satan: Hey, come on! He's a good press agent. NC: Yeah, for the DUMBEST and most INCONSISTENT DEVIL EVER! Satan: (threateningly) Just what are you trying to say? NC: (turning to face him, unfazed) I'm trying to say that I've seen games of RISK with faster stategies than yours! Satan: Oh, yeah?! Well, at least I'm still alive in this death machine! (The lights of the lift turn off again, and when they return, Satan is reduced to a skeleton, which promptly collapses into a pile of bones, much to Santa Christ and the Critic's horror) (The Critic and Santa Christ hold each other, then they get away from each other as they scream in terror.) Santa Christ: (shatters the top of his cane revealing a blade pointing it at the Critic) Stay back! Don't make Santa gut you like an arctic seal! NC: (draws his gun and points it at Santa Christ) Game's up, Santa Christ! We all know it was you! Santa Christ: I swear to God that I'll spill your sweet red life juice all over the elevator floor! NC: You're not fooling anybody! ...Although... Really all you did was kill the devil...Is that really such a bad thing..? SC: Don't make me poke you full of ho-ho-holes! NC: Okay, Okay... Look... Maybe the answers... Are in the rest of the movie... Perhaps we should watch the rest of it... Maybe we can find out what's going on. I'm gonna put down my gun... And you put down your... Candy... spear. (Slowly, they both put on the floor their weapons and take a deep breath) Okay... Let's see what happens. (Santa Christ tries to reach the Critic's gun but he smacks his hand) NC (VO): So to calm the two down the cop tells them a story about how he almost lost himself to alcohol, after his family died in a hit and run, and that they have the choice of doing the right thing... (Tony and Sarah put down their shards of glass) ...And that works great! (The lights of their elevator goes off again) ...For about two seconds. (The lights return and Tony sees Sarah on the floor choking from a wound on her neck) So, just when it looks like it's revealed who the killer is, get a load of this! Tony: (while trying to succour Sarah) Come on! Breathe! (Behind him, the corpse of Jane slowly stands up, a dark look on her face) NC and SC: OH, COME ON!!! (they budge each others shoulder and they both back away with clenched fists, SC making an "I'm watching you" gesture) NC (VO): So the old lady is the devil? How is that a good twist?!? We were never made privy to the idea that this was possible! In The Sixth Sense there were clues in the scenario that made it clear the twist could happen in this setup! Here they're just making up the rules as they go! And I know what you're thinking: "Oh, well, you didn't predict it so it must be a good twist!" Well, I wouldn't be able to predict if they all turn into Snowmen of George Takei (Shows a picture of a bunch of snowmen with smiling faces of George Takei inside an elevator) but that doesn't mean it's good! ...It would be more entertaining than this, but it definitely wouldn't be good! Jane/Devil: Are you ready for your turn, Anthony? The whores, the liars, the cheats and the deserters, it's always the same to me. NC: (vo) Why the hell is she giving him a talking to when she clearly never did it with any of the other victims? Is the devil all this time really just your angry mother trying to bail you out? Tony: Take me instead. Devil: You think this will make you good? You're not good. NC: (vo) Ehhh, maybe it's a random contrived way to give this guy a chance to redeem himself... (Tony grabs a walkie talkie from the dead security guy and starts speaking into it) Ta-da! Tony: I-I, I killed a mother and her-and her son on Bethlaham Pike five years ago. NC (VO): He of course confesses to the cop, what else? That HE was the guy who committed the hit and run that killed the cop's family. (cut to a clip of Miss Piggy from The Great Muppet Caper) Miss Piggy: What an unbelievable coincidence! Devil: You think you can be forgiven? NC (VO): Well, wouldn't you know it? Confessing his crime wins him a "get out of Hell free" card and the Devil lets him go leaving God knows how much surveillance footage, fingerprints, and testimonials that the Devil is the worst kept demonic secret the world has ever known! Devil: Damn. I really wanted you. NC (VO): (as the Devil) Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to go make "What the Fox Say?" a big hit. Bowden: Where'd she go? (Bowden looks inside the elevator as well as above it with no trace of her before yelling in a dramatic slo-mo scene with no dialogue) NC (VO): (slowly, as Bowden) Find her! Find Judge Judy! Check every hair and dye salon in town! NC (VO): And of course, in the world of rushed whatever endings, the cop finds it in his heart to quite instantly forgive the survivor. Bowden: I've been waiting for this moment for five years; all the things I'd say to you. (Cut forward) I forgive you. NC (VO): (as Bowden) You see, my wife just before she died told me to swing away, which prevented an alien attack, so I guess it kinda evens things out. NC (VO): And, sure enough, the city is no longer up-side down, but instead, right-side up. Shyamalan: ASK ME WHAT IT MEANS! ASK ME WHAT IT MEANS! HOOHOOHOO! NC: Well at least we got through this movie together, Santa Christ? Santa Christ? (he looks around for him and sees SC's now dead with a safe on his head!) Aah! Oh my God! What does this mean? Was he the Devil? Am I the Devil? Was the elevator the Devil? What? What? (an explosion happens behind him as Satan gets up. NC looks behind him and falls to the floor, backing up to the corner) Oh my God, the Devil was the Devil! (pauses) You know, in hindsight, I probably should have seen that coming. Satan: Foolish mortal. I'm not the Devil. I'm really... Shyamalan: ...Shyamalan. NC: Goddamn it, Shyamalan, even the reveal of yourself is a lame twist! Where's the clues of who you really were? Where's the deductive reasoning? Shyamalan: I am still the master of twists. If you could think up a better one for my movie, I'd like to hear it. NC: Well, how bout if Crazy Toast Guy was the Devil? Shyamalan: Actually, that's kind of brilliant. NC: He knows how the Devil works, he can do it all without getting caught, there's not a ton of video footage of him prancing around like a paparazzi whore-- Shyamalan: Enough! My only weakness is critics like you pointing out that I have any weaknesses. (he sticks his thumb out) Prepare to be Shyamalized. NC: What the hell? Satan: Exactly. NC: Wait, so the Devil wasn't the Devil, the Devil was Santa Christ? Shyamalan: That sounds needlessly complicated. Can I steal that? Satan: I was waiting for him to reveal himself so I can send him back to Hell. NC: Oh, good, so you don't really do any of that stuff in the movie, do you? Satan: No. That would be unbelievably stupid. NC: Thank God, because this movie makes no sense! NC (VO): If it was just a thriller about people stuck in an elevator, it would have had a better chance. Most of the actors are pretty decent. (shot of Vince) ...Most of them. And it has a fair grasp of good pacing and cinematography. But when you throw in lame dialogue with lame story elements, and, of course, a lame supernatural element that weakens the suspense more than heightens it, you get a clumsy, unfinished mess! NC: And it's definitely one I'm glad to be done with. Goit: Hey, you folks all right in there? Satan: It's okay, sweetie, you can cut out the voice now. Goit: (now in a girly voice) Oh, OK. Evilina: Whew! That was starting to hurt my throat! Satan: Okay, why don't you be a darling and lower us down to the main floor? Evilina: Okay! Satan: Uh, no, I think you might wanna try the yellow button. (the elevator shakes again) Or maybe the left or right. (another shake) Evilina: (spinning in her chair) Wheee! Button button button! Satan: Okay, it looks like we're going to have to jump off the floor. Uh, help me pry open these doors, will you? NC: I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to. (he goes out of frame to help Satan open the door) Satan: Ooh, this floor has a pool. 1, 2, 3, jump! NC: Aaah! Satan: Too slow! Hehehehehe. Cthulhu: Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Everything's going according to plan... (cut to black) ...People love Cthulhu. Ramirez: When he's near, toast falls jelly side down.
  • Devils are brilliant schemers, who constantly work to corrupt mortal communities which they latch onto like parasites. Like gilded spiders, they spin ever-expanding networks of power, luring the greedy and the foolish into their service by promises of wealth, power and physical gratification. Devils will recruit whatever help is available locally, but prefer establishing or corrupting shadowy groups such as thieves guilds or religious sects. A devil's organization tends to include a healthy mix of brains and brawn.
  • The devil was an entity believed in many religions (notably Christianity and Islam) to be the embodiment of evil and the enemy of humankind. In certain Christian traditions, the devil was said to have once been an angel named Lucifer, but was cast out of heaven for disobeying God. The story of Lucifer's fall was covered in the book The Hierarchie of the Blessed Angells. The Fat Lady described Sirius Black as having "eyes like the devil" after he attacked her portrait in 1993.
  • The Devil, also known as Satan, is believed in certain religions and cultures to be a powerful, supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind. Sokar took on the persona of an Egyptian god of evil, and later the Devil of Christianity. (SG1: "Demons", "Jolinar's Memories") Reginald Greer complained that Virgil Biggs had been sent by Satan to torment him. (SGU: "Lost")
  • The name commonly given to the fallen angels, who are also known as demons. With the article (ho) it denotes Lucifer, their chief, as in Matthew 25:41, "the Devil and his Angels". It may be said of this name, as St. Gregory says of the word angel, "nomen est officii, non naturæ"--the designation of an office, not of a nature. For the Greek word (from diaballein, "to traduce") means a slanderer, or accuser, and in this sense it is applied to him of whom it is written "the accuser 'ho kategoros' of our brethren is cast forth, who accused them before our God day and night" (Apocalypse 12:10). It thus answers to the Hebrew name Satan which signifies an adversary, or an accuser. Mention is made of the Devil in many passages of the Old and New Testaments, but there is no full account given in any one place, and the Scripture teaching on this topic can only be ascertained by combining a number of scattered notices from Genesis to Apocalypse, and reading them in the light of patristic and theological tradition. The authoritative teaching of the Church on this topic is set forth in the decrees of the Fourth Lateran Council (cap. i, "Firmiter credimus"), wherein, after saying that God in the beginning had created together two creatures, the spiritual and the corporeal, that is to say the angelic and the earthly, and lastly man, who was made of both spirit and body, the council continues: "Diabolus enim et alii dæmones a Deo quidem naturâ creati sunt boni, sed ipsi per se facti sunt mali." ("the Devil and the other demons were created by God good in their nature but they by themselves have made themselves evil.") Here it is clearly taught that the Devil and the other demons are spiritual or angelic creatures created by God in a state of innocence, and that they became evil by their own act. It is added that man sinned by the suggestion of the Devil, and that in the next world the wicked shall suffer perpetual punishment with the Devil. The doctrine which may thus be set forth in a few words has furnished a fruitful theme for theological speculation for the Fathers and Schoolmen, as well as later theologians, some of whom, Suarez for example, have treated it very fully. On the other hand it has also been the subject of many heretical or erroneous opinions, some of which owe their origin to pre-Christian systems of demonology. In later years Rationalist writers have rejected the doctrine altogether, and seek to show that it has been borrowed by Judaism and Christianity from external systems of religion wherein it was a natural development of primitive Animism. As may be gathered from the language of the Lateran definition, the Devil and the other demons are but a part of the angelic creation, and their natural powers do not differ from those of the angels who remained faithful. Like the other angels, they are pure spiritual beings without any body, and in their original state they are endowed with supernatural grace and placed in a condition of probation. It was only by their fall that they became devils. This was before the sin of our first parents, since this sin itself is ascribed to the instigation of the Devil: "By the envy of the Devil, death came into the world" (Wisdom 2:24). Yet it is remarkable that for an account of the fall of the angels we must turn to the last book of the Bible. For as such we may regard the vision in the Apocalypse, albeit the picture of the past is blended with prophecies of what shall be in the future: And there was a great battle in heaven, Michael and his angels fought with the dragon, and the dragon fought and his angels: and they prevailed not, neither was their place found any more in heaven. And that great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, who is called the Devil and Satan, who seduceth the whole world; and he was cast unto the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him. (Apocalypse 12:7-9) To this may be added the words of St. Jude: "And the angels who kept not their principality, but forsook their own habitation, he hath reserved under darkness in everlasting chains, unto the judgment of the great day" (Jude 1:6; cf. 2 Peter 2:4). In the Old Testament we have a brief reference to the Fall in Job 4:18: "In his angels he found wickedness". But to this must be added the two classic texts in the prophets: How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, who didst rise in the morning? how art thou fallen to the earth, that didst wound the nations? And thou saidst in thy heart: I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God, I will sit in the mountain of the covenant, in the sides of the north. I will ascend above the height of the clouds, I will be like the most High. But yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, into the depth of the pit. (Isaiah 14:12-15) This parable of the prophet is expressly directed against the King of Babylon, but both the early Fathers and later Catholic commentators agree in understanding it as applying with deeper significance to the fall of the rebel angel. And the older commentators generally consider that this interpretation is confirmed by the words of Our Lord to his disciples: "I saw Satan like lightning falling from heaven" (Luke 10:18). For these words were regarded as a rebuke to the disciples, who were thus warned of the danger of pride by being reminded of the fall of Lucifer. But modern commentators take this text in a different sense, and refer it not to the original fall of Satan, but his overthrow by the faith of the disciples, who cast out devils in the name of their Master. And this new interpretation, as Schanz observes, is more in keeping with the context. The parallel prophetic passage is Ezekiel's lamentation upon the king of Tyre: You were the seal of resemblance, full of wisdom, and perfect in beauty. You were in the pleasures of the paradise of God; every precious stone was thy covering; the sardius, the topaz, and the jasper, the chrysolite, and the onyx, and the beryl, the sapphire, and the carbuncle, and the emerald; gold the work of your beauty: and your pipes were prepared in the day that you were created. You a cherub stretched out, and protecting, and I set you in the holy mountain of God, you have walked in the midst of the stones of fire. You were perfect in your wave from the day of creation, until iniquity was found in you. (Ezekiel 28:12-15) There is much in the context that can only be understood literally of an earthly king concerning whom the words are professedly spoken, but it is clear that in any case the king is likened to an angel in Paradise who is ruined by his own iniquity. Even for those who in no way doubt or dispute it, the doctrine set forth in these texts and patristic interpretations may well suggest a multitude of questions, and theologians have not been loath to ask and answer them. And in the first place what was the nature of the sin of the rebel angels? In any case this was a point presenting considerable difficulty, especially for theologians, who had formed a high estimate of the powers and possibilities of angelic knowledge, a subject which had a peculiar attraction for many of the great masters of scholastic speculation. For if sin be, as it surely is, the height of folly, the choice of darkness for light, of evil for good, it would seem that it can only be accounted for by some ignorance, or inadvertence, or weakness, or the influence of some overmastering passion. But most of these explanations seem to be precluded by the powers and perfections of the angelic nature. The weakness of the flesh, which accounts for such a mass of human wickedness, was altogether absent from the angels. There could be no place for carnal sin without the corpus delicti. And even some sins that are purely spiritual or intellectual seem to present an almost insuperable difficulty in the case of the angels. This may certainly be said of the sin which by many of the best authorities is regarded as being actually the great offense of Lucifer, to wit, the desire of independence of God and equality with God. It is true that this seems to be asserted in the passage of Isaiah (14:13). And it is naturally suggested by the idea of rebellion against an earthly sovereign, wherein the chief of the rebels very commonly covets the kingly throne. At the same time the high rank which Lucifer is generally supposed to have held in the hierarchy of angels might seem to make this offense more likely in his case, for, as history shows, it is the subject who stands nearest the throne who is most open to temptations of ambition. But this analogy is not a little misleading. For the exaltation of the subject may bring his power so near that of his sovereign that he may well be able to assert his independence or to usurp the throne; and even where this is not actually the case he may at any rate contemplate the possibility of a successful rebellion. Moreover, the powers and dignities of an earthly prince may be compatible with much ignorance and folly. But it is obviously otherwise in the case of the angels. For, whatever gifts and powers may be conferred on the highest of the heavenly princes, he will still be removed by an infinite distance from the plenitude of God's power and majesty, so that a successful rebellion against that power or any equality with that majesty would be an absolute impossibility. And what is more, the highest of the angels, by reason of their greater intellectual illumination, must have the clearest knowledge of this utter impossibility of attaining to equality with God. This difficulty is clearly put by the Disciple in St. Anselm's dialogue "De Casu Diaboli" (cap. iv); for the saint felt that the angelic intellect, at any rate, must see the force of the "ontological argument" (see ONTOLOGY). "If", he asks, "God cannot be thought of except as sole, and as of such an essence that nothing can be thought of like to Him [then] how could the Devil have wished for what could not be thought of? — He surely was not so dull of understanding as to be ignorant of the inconceivability of any other entity like to God" (Si Deus cogitari non potest, nisi ita solus, ut nihil illi simile cogitari possit, quomodo diabolus potuit velle quod non potuit cogitari? Non enim ita obtusæ mentis erat, ut nihil aliud simile Deo cogitari posse nesciret). The Devil, that is to say, was not so obtuse as not to know that it was impossible to conceive of anything like (i.e. equal) to God. And what he could not think he could not will. St. Anselm's answer is that there need be no question of absolute equality; yet to will anything against the Divine will is to seek to have that independence which belongs to God alone, and in this respect to be equal to God. In the same sense St. Thomas (I:63:3) answers the question, whether the Devil desired to be "as God". If by this we mean equality with God, then the Devil could not desire it, since he knew this to be impossible, and he was not blinded by passion or evil habit so as to choose that which is impossible, as may happen with men. And even if it were possible for a creature to become God, an angel could not desire this, since, by becoming equal with God he would cease to be an angel, and no creature can desire its own destruction or an essential change in its being. These arguments are combated by Scotus (In II lib. Sent., dist. vi, Q. i.), who distinguishes between efficacious volition and the volition of complaisance, and maintains that by the latter act an angel could desire that which is impossible. In the same way he urges that, though a creature cannot directly will its own destruction, it can do this consequenter, i.e. it can will something from which this would follow. Although St. Thomas regards the desire of equality with God as something impossible, he teaches nevertheless (loc. cit.) that Satan sinned by desiring to be "as God", according to the passage in the prophet (Isaiah 14), and he understands this to mean likeness, not equality. But here again there is need of a distinction. For men and angels have a certain likeness to God in their natural perfections, which are but a reflection of his surpassing beauty, and yet a further likeness is given them by supernatural grace and glory. Was it either of these likenesses that the devil desired? And if it be so, how could it be a sin? For was not this the end for which men and angels were created? Certainly, as Thomas teaches, not every desire of likeness with God would be sinful, since all may rightly desire that manner of likeness which is appointed them by the will of their Creator. There is sin only where the desire is inordinate, as in seeking something contrary to the Divine will, or in seeking the appointed likeness in a wrong way. The sin of Satan in this matter may have consisted in desiring to attain supernatural beatitude by his natural powers or, what may seem yet stranger, in seeking his beatitude in the natural perfections and reflecting the supernatural. In either case, as St. Thomas considers, this first sin of Satan was the sin of pride. Scotus, however (loc. cit., Q. ii), teaches that this sin was not pride properly so called, but should rather be described as a species of spiritual lust. Although nothing definite can be known as to the precise nature of the probation of the angels and the manner in which many of them fell, many theologians have conjectured, with some show of probability, that the mystery of the Divine Incarnation was revealed to them, that they saw that a nature lower than their own was to be hypostatically united to the Person of God the Son, and that all the hierarchy of heaven must bow in adoration before the majesty of the Incarnate Word; and this, it is supposed, was the occasion of the pride of Lucifer (cf. Suarez, De Angelis, lib. VII, xiii). As might be expected, the advocates of this view seek support in certain passages of Scripture, notably in the words of the Psalmist as they are cited in the Epistle to the Hebrews: "And again, when he bringeth in the first-begotten into the world, he saith: And let all the angels of God adore Him" (Hebrews 1:6; Psalm 96:7). And if the twelfth chapter of the Apocalypse may be taken to refer, at least in a secondary sense, to the original fall of the angels, it may seem somewhat significant that it opens with the vision of the Woman and her Child. But this interpretation is by no means certain, for the text in Hebrews 1, may be referred to the second coming of Christ, and much the same may be said of the passage in the Apocalypse. It would seem that this account of the trial of the angels is more in accordance with what is known as the Scotist doctrine on the motives of the Incarnation than with the Thomist view, that the Incarnation was occasioned by the sin of our first parents. For since the sin itself was committed at the instigation of Satan, it presupposes the fall of the angels. How, then, could Satan's probation consist in the fore-knowledge of that which would, ex hypothesi, only come to pass in the event of his fall? In the same way it would seem that the aforesaid theory is incompatible with another opinion held by some old theologians, to wit, that men were created to fill up the gaps in the ranks of the angels. For this again supposes that if no angels had sinned no men would have been made, and in consequence there would have been no union of the Divine Person with a nature lower than the angels. As might be expected from the attention they had bestowed on the question of the intellectual powers of the angels, the medieval theologians had much to say on the time of their probation. The angelic mind was conceived of as acting instantaneously, not, like the mind of man, passing by discursive reasoning from premises to conclusions. It was pure intelligence as distinguished from reason. Hence it would seem that there was no need of any extended trial. And in fact we find St. Thomas and Scotus discussing the question whether the whole course might not have been accomplished in the first instant in which the angels were created. The Angelic Doctor argues that the Fall could not have taken place in the first instant. And it certainly seems that if the creature came into being in the very act of sinning the sin itself might be said to come from the Creator. But this argument, together with many others, is answered with his accustomed acuteness by Scotus, who maintains the abstract possibility of sin in the first instant. But whether possible or not, it is agreed that this is not what actually happened. For the authority of the passages in Isaiah and Ezekiel, which were generally accepted as referring to the fall of Lucifer, might well suffice to show that for at least one instant he had existed in a state of innocence and brightness. To modern readers the notion that the sin was committed in the second instant of creation may seem scarcely less incredible than the possibility of a fall in the very first. But this may be partly due to the fact that we are really thinking of human modes of knowledge, and fail to take into account the Scholastic conception of angelic cognition. For a being who was capable of seeing many things at once, a single instant might be equivalent to the longer period needed by slowly-moving mortals. This dispute, as to the time taken by the probation and fall of Satan, has a purely speculative interest. But the corresponding question as to the rapidity of the sentence and punishment is in some ways a more important matter. There can indeed be no doubt that Satan and his rebel angels were very speedily punished for their rebellion. This would seem to be sufficiently indicated in some of the texts which are understood to refer to the fall of the angels. It might be inferred, moreover, from the swiftness with which punishment followed on the offense in the case of our first parents, although man's mind moves more slowly than that of the angels, and he had more excuse in his own weakness and in the power of his tempter. It was partly for this reason, indeed, that man found mercy, whereas there was no redemption for the angels. For, as St. Peter says, "God spared not the angels that sinned" (2 Peter 2:4). This, it may be observed, is asserted universally, indicating that all who fell suffered punishment. For these and other reasons theologians very commonly teach that the doom and punishment followed in the next instant after the offense, and many go so far as to say there was no possibility of repentance. But here it will be well to bear in mind the distinction drawn between revealed doctrine, which comes with authority, and theological speculation, which to a great extent rests on reasoning. No one who is really familiar with the medieval masters, with their wide differences, their independence, their bold speculation, is likely to confuse the two together. But in these days there is some danger that we may lose sight of the distinction. It is true that, when it fulfils certain definite conditions, the agreement of theologians may serve as a sure testimony to revealed doctrine, and some of their thoughts and even their very words have been adopted by the Church in her definitions of dogma. But at the same time these masters of theological thought freely put forward many more or less plausible opinions, which come to us with reasoning rather than authority, and must needs stand or fall with the arguments by which they are supported. In this way we may find that many of them may agree in holding that the angels who sinned had no possibility of repentance. But it may be that it is a matter of argument, that each one holds it for a reason of his own and denies the validity of the arguments adduced by others. Some argue that from the nature of the angelic mind and will there was an intrinsic impossibility of repentance. But it may be observed that in any case the basis of this argument is not revealed teaching, but philosophical speculation. And it is scarcely surprising to find that its sufficiency is denied by equally orthodox doctors who hold that if the fallen angels could not repent this was either because the doom was instantaneous, and left no space for repentance, or because the needful grace was denied them. Others, again, possibly with better reason, are neither satisfied that sufficient grace and room for repentance were in fact refused, nor can they see any good ground for thinking this likely, or for regarding it as in harmony with all that we know of the Divine mercy and goodness. In the absence of any certain decision on this subject, we may be allowed to hold, with Suarez, that, however brief it may have been, there was enough delay to leave an opportunity for repentance, and that the necessary grace was not wholly withheld. If none actually repented, this may be explained in some measure by saying that their strength of will and fixity of purpose made repentance exceedingly difficult, though not impossible; that the time, though sufficient, was short; and that grace was not given in such abundance as to overcome these difficulties. The language of the prophets (Isaiah 14; Ezekiel 28) would seem to show that Lucifer held a very high rank in the heavenly hierarchy. And, accordingly, we find many theologians maintaining that before his fall he was the foremost of all the angels. Suarez is disposed to admit that he was the highest negatively, i.e. that no one was higher, though many may have been his equals. But here again we are in the region of pious opinions, for some divines maintain that, far from being first of all, he did not belong to one of the highest choirs--Seraphim, Cherubim, and Thrones--but to one of the lower orders of angels. In any case it appears that he holds a certain sovereignty over those who followed him in his rebellion. For we read of "the Devil and his angels" (Matthew 25:41), "the dragon and his angels" (Apocalypse 12:7), "Beelzebub, the prince of devils"--which, whatever be the interpretation of the name, clearly refers to Satan, as appears from the context: "And if Satan also be divided against himself, how shall his kingdom stand? Because you say that through Beelzebub I cast out devils" (Luke 11:15, 18), and "the prince of the Powers of this air" (Ephesians 2:2). At first sight it may seem strange that there should be any order or subordination amongst those rebellious spirits, and that those who rose against their Maker should obey one of their own fellows who had led them to destruction. And the analogy of similar movements among men might suggest that the rebellion would be likely to issue in anarchy and division. But it must be remembered that the fall of the angels did not impair their natural powers, that Lucifer still retained the gifts that enabled him to influence his brethren before their fall, and that their superior intelligence would show them that they could achieve more success and do more harm to others by unity and organization than by independence and division. Besides exercising this authority over those who were called "his angels", Satan has extended his empire over the minds of evil men. Thus, in the passage just cited from St. Paul, we read, "And you, when you were dead in your offenses and sins, wherein in times past you walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of this air, of the spirit that now worketh on the children of unbelief" (Ephesians 2:1-2). In the same way Christ in the Gospel calls him "the prince of this world". For when His enemies are coming to take Him, He looks beyond the instruments of evil to the master who moves them, and says: "I will not now speak many things to you, for the prince of this world cometh, and in me he hath not anything" (John 14:30). There is no need to discuss the view of some theologians who surmise that Lucifer was one of the angels who ruled and administered the heavenly bodies, and that this planet was committed to his care. For in any case the sovereignty with which these texts are primarily concerned is but the rude right of conquest and the power of evil influence. His sway began by his victory over our first parents, who, yielding to his suggestions, were brought under his bondage. All sinners who do his will become in so far his servants. For, as St. Gregory says, he is the head of all the wicked--"Surely the Devil is the head of all the wicked; and of this head all the wicked are members" (Certe iniquorum omnium caput diabolus est; et hujus capitis membra sunt omnes iniqui.--Hom. 16, in Evangel.). This headship over the wicked, as St. Thomas is careful to explain, differs widely from Christ's headship over the Church, inasmuch as Satan is only head by outward government and not also, as Christ is, by inward, life-giving influence (Summa III:8:7). With the growing wickedness of the world and the spreading of paganism and false religions and magic rites, the rule of Satan was extended and strengthened till his power was broken by the victory of Christ, who for this reason said, on the eve of His Passion: "Now is the judgment of the world: now shall the prince of this world be cast out" (John 12:31). By the victory of the Cross Christ delivered men from the bondage of Satan and at the same time paid the debt due to Divine justice by shedding His blood in atonement for our sins. In their endeavours to explain this great mystery, some old theologians, misled by the metaphor of a ransom for captives made in war, came to the strange conclusion that the price of Redemption was paid to Satan. But this error was effectively refuted by St. Anselm, who showed that Satan had no rights over his captives and that the great price wherewith we were bought was paid to God alone (cf. ATONEMENT). What has been said so far may suffice to show the part played by the Devil in human history, whether in regard to the individual soul or the whole race of Adam. It is indicated, indeed, in his name of Satan, the adversary, the opposer, the accuser, as well as by his headship of the wicked ranged under his banner in continual warfare with the kingdom of Christ. The two cities whose struggle is described by St. Augustine are already indicated in the words of the Apostle, "In this the children of God are manifest and the children of the devil: for the devil sinneth from the beginning. For this purpose the Son of God appeared, that He might destroy the works of the devil" (1 John 3:8). Whether or not the foreknowledge of the Incarnation was the occasion of his own fall, his subsequent course has certainly shown him the relentless enemy of mankind and the determined opponent of the Divine economy of redemption. And since he lured our first parents to their fall he has ceased not to tempt their children in order to involve them in his own ruin. There is no reason, indeed, for thinking that all sins and all temptations must needs come directly from the Devil or one of his ministers of evil. For it is certain that if, after the first fall of Adam, or at the time of the coming of Christ, Satan and his angels had been bound so fast that they might tempt no more, the world would still have been filled with evils. For men would have had enough of temptation in the weakness and waywardness of their hearts. But in that case the evil would clearly have been far less than it is now, for the activity of Satan does much more than merely add a further source of temptation to the weakness of the world and the flesh; it means a combination and an intelligent direction of all the elements of evil. The whole Church and each one of her children are beset by dangers, the fire of persecution, the enervation of ease, the dangers of wealth and of poverty, heresies and errors of opposite characters, rationalism and superstition, fanaticism and indifference. It would be bad enough if all these forces were acting apart and without any definite purpose, but the perils of the situation are incalculably increased when all may be organized and directed by vigilant and hostile intelligences. It is this that makes the Apostle, though he well knew the perils of the world and the weakness of the flesh, lay special stress on the greater dangers that come from the assaults of those mighty spirits of evil in whom he recognized our real and most formidable foes--"Put you on the armour of God, that you may be able to stand against the deceits of the devil. For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and powers, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high places . . . Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, having on the breastplate of justice, and your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace; in all things taking the shield of faith, wherewith you may be able to extinguish all the fiery darts of the most wicked one" (Ephesians 6:11, 16).
  • Within PC version, Devil is available from "Mysterious merchant" within act 2, on Ioverths path. Sold for 1876 orens Devil is a steel sword found in The Witcher 2. There have been reports of a Diagram available from the asylum in Act 1 : 14x Iron Ore 2x Leather 2x Timber 2x Essence of Death 4x Essence of Water
  • Devil is a 2010 Film Inspired By the novel And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. It's the first part of The Night Chronicles trilogy, a series of films created and outlined (but neither written nor directed) by M. Night Shyamalan that deal with the supernatural in a modern-day urban setting. Advertisements for the film played up Shyamalan's involvement at first, but this was soon changed after negative audience reactions to his name being in the trailer. The story concerns a group of five people -- an ill-tempered salesman, a celebutante, a grumpy old woman, a security guard, and a stressed-out ex-marine -- who, while stuck in an elevator, come face-to-face with demonic forces that want to torture and slaughter them one by one. Devil has a rating of 55% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is far better than previous films Shyamalan was associated with. The second part of the trilogy, Twelve Strangers Reincarnate, is due out in 2012.
  • He is an Evil Being in all the TEKKEN series,he thinks he can go into the Mishima family in this game{| class="wikia-infobox" |- ! class="wikia-infobox-header" colspan="2" | Devil |- | class="wikia-infobox-image" colspan="2" | File:Devil jin and devil kazuya.jpg |- |- ! Age | Immortal |- ! Hair Color | can change |- ! Eye Color | Yellow,Red, & Black |- ! Height | can change |- ! Weight | can change |- ! Power Attack | Evil Spells Evil Karate Evil chants |- ! Birthday | October 31st (Halloween) |- style="font-size:0; line-height:0;" ! style="width:50%; padding:0" | ! style="width:50%; padding:0" | |}
  • The Devil is believed in many religions, myths and cultures to be a supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind.
  • A Devil is a fantasy creature designed to have come from hell. In The Lord of the Goblinstone, they arrived thanks to The Lord and Master Devil Evilon.
  • The devil has long been a part of popular folklore, especially amongst the Western Christian religion. Stories about the figure were most common in the legends of Ireland, Newfoundland, Italy and the United Kingdom. In most cases, the demon represented an archetypal trickster figure, who weaseled desperate individuals into doing his bidding in exchange for certain requirements—typically their souls. Most of these deals were later found out to be deceptive and often stacked in the devil's favor through loop holes in the wording of the deal. At times, the individual who made the deal was left to defend himself with only his wits, but sometimes had some help from a religious or supernatural sources. A common example of this is in the prominent use of the antagonist in hagiographical tales that featured the accounts and adventures of notable saints, such as St. Dunstan. In some other tales, the devil represented the personification of evil while other stories treated him as a mere folk villain, similar to other legendary creatures. The Devil also made numerous appearances involving the Twilight Zone in a variety of forms, such as the burly Pip, the weaselly entrepeneur, Mr. Smith, the slinky Miss Devlin, or the nefarious beast of The Howling Man.
  • Devil ist der Inhaber eines Casinos in Death City.
  • When it is left alone, it uses Lv 3 Confuse, Lv 4 Flare, and Lv 5 Death at will, which can be devastating if party members are at the wrong levels. As with many enemies in the Ancient Castle, it also has high Magic Defense and inherent Reflect. Physical attacks is the best way to defeat it, especially with Holy-elemental weapons, which it is weak against.
  • Represented by Sayoko Uehara, a nurse working in the Inaba Municipal Hospital.
  • The Devil is the advesary of Jesus and lord of the demons. It is believed that the Devil can make the dead walk, the only defense and preventive measure is garlic. The Devil's hide is thought to be tough and stringy.
  • He might be the one being depicted by Lock as he wears a Devil costume. He is voiced in the movie by Greg Proops.
  • A devil is a one of a general class of malevolent magical being that is native to this plane of existence. It's technically possible to kill a devil, but not to banish it since it has no place to go -- it's already where it belongs.
  • The Devil is a character mentioned in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. The Devil is mentioned only once; this statement may be intended merely as a figure of speech, and there may not be any actual being that goes by this name. At the very least, it implies that a devil of some kind exists as a cultural figure in Termina even if no literal devil ever really existed. When Link visits Ikana, he meets the undead composer, Flat. Flat explains to the hero that his brother, Sharp, "sold his soul to the devil" and sealed Flat in a chamber below Ikana Graveyard. In hopes of changing Sharp's ways, Flat teaches Link the "Song of Storms" and tells him to play it for his brother in Spring Water Cave. When Link does so, the curse on Sharp is broken. Sharp reveals that he had dreamt of the revival of the Royal Family, and now regrets his actions. This implies that Sharp "sold his soul to the devil" in an attempt to revive the Ikana Royal Family, but ended up cursed instead.
  • Diabeł to termin bardzo rzadko używany poza Dodatkiem III do Podręcznika Potworów, w którym diabły są wymienione jako rasa wchodząca w skład Płonącego Legionu, jak daemony i demonandzi. W innych źródłach jest to raczej słowo opisowe, takie jak "Sprytne diabły z ziem zachodnich mają cały wachlarz technik i umiejętności, które są przyswajane przez innych", gdy mówi się o mądrych osobach i ich wynalazkach. Dodatek Trzeci do Podręcznika Potworów wspomina diabły i wymienia kilka ich rodzajów: Skórowe Diabły, Śnieżne Diabły, Wrzeszczący Diabli Pomiot oraz listę nazwanych diabłów, jednak poprawność tego źródła jest dyskutowana. * Niektórzy eredarowie są praktykującymi diabolistami. * Duncan Senturus wspominał o istotach złych, nieboskich i diabelskich - w odniesieniu do demonów. * Niektóre legginsy znajdywane w World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade były wyraźnie szyte przez "diabły". * Ziemie Zachodnie są pełne Pyłowych Diabłów, które w rzeczywistości są żywiołakami powietrza. * Mini Diablo to towarzysz dostępny dla graczy, którzy kupili pierwszą edycję kolekcjonerską World of Warcraft. Kategoria:Rasy Kategoria:Burning Legion
  • Devil is a term rarely used outside of Manual of Monsters Appendix III — in which it is a race and part of the Burning Legion like daemons and demodands. In other sources, it is mostly a descriptive word like "The clever devils of the western lands have a variety of techniques and skills that are emulated by others." when speaking of smart individuals and their inventions. In Manual of Monsters Appendix Three, the devils are mentioned and there are several types described: Skin Devil, Sleet Devil, Devil, Heartclutch, Screaming Devilkin, and a list of named devils, however, the validity of the source is disputed. * Some eredar were known to be practicing diabolists. * Duncan Senturus considered things that were evil, ungodly, and devilish — relating them to demons. * Some leggings found in the Burning Crusade were apparently stitched by "devils". * Westfall is plagued by Dust Devils, who are in fact air elementals * Mini Diablo is a companion available to players who bought the first World of Warcraft Collector's Edition.
  • The Devil (called Demon on the British version of the Dojo) is the villain in the NES title, Devil World, developed by Shigeru Miyamoto, which was released for the Japanese Famicom and PAL NES systems only. In the game, he tried to thwart the efforts of the heroic dragon Tamagon to destroy him and seal Devil World away for eternity. During play, he would point in various directions to move the screen much as he does in Brawl, as well as direct his minions towards the player.
  • Lucifer, also known as The Devil or Satan, is in charge of Hell. The Devil sometimes manifests as Ned Flanders, but has often manifested in other forms, such as the Herman lookalike fawn in season 2. His manifestation in Ned Flanders is sometimes considered as a separate character, Devil Flanders. He often appears in visions or dreams. Whenever Charles Montgomery Burns has a near death experience, Satan tries to get Burns there, but continually fails. He also appears in the music video Deep, Deep Trouble after Bart ends up with him. Bart was ordered to be reincarnated but as a snail. The devil also appears in Treehouse of Horror XXII, he is referred to as being in charge of God, and when Ned Flanders says "Can this get any worse?" then it turns out that Maude Flanders' ghost is sleeping with the devil, The Devil is husband of Maude Flanders' ghost. In Ned's dream, there were devils representing things that Ned feels threatened by, which looked like Moe Szyslak (representing alcohol), Hyman Krustofsky (representing Judaism), Mr. Burns (representing consumerism, or himself), Waylon Smithers (representing homosexuality), Homer (representing himself) and Richard Dawkins (representing atheism).
  • The entity reveals himself through the Gate of Orkus or Orcus, his portal to hell that manifests as a glowing white light around an occult drawing on a wall.
  • The first several "Devil" robots were created by Dr. Wily to serve as some of the last lines defense of his castles against Mega Man's advance. In future time periods however, more advanced models have shown up, beginning with the Shadow Devil in Mega Man X5. No matter the name, shape or color, they all share one thing in common: A singular red eye situated within a malleable body made out of an unknown substance, the eye itself generally being its weak point as the rest of the body is usually impervious to all attacks. Despite their apparent shapeshifting abilities, most have not shown a wide range of forms when in battle. Their main attack has often consisted of breaking themselves up into pieces that dart over from one side of the room to the other and then reconstituting from that spot. Other than their color however, what distinguishes them from each other is in the fashion in which they attack or their sturdiness. Most of the "Devil" series robots have the distinction of showing weakness reactions towards Electric-type weapons. The Green Devil and Shadow Devil bosses from Mega Man 8 and Mega Man X5 also have an electric-based weakness: Thunder Claw and Tri-Thunder respectively.
  • Devil, in originale "Daredevil", è il supereroe più sfigato della storia dei fumetti. È cieco e, grazie a questo, ci vede di notte come di giorno. E viceversa. Non spara raggi dagli occhi, non solleva camion con la mente, non gli escono artigli dalle mani e non sa volare, ma è temuto da tutti i criminali perché fa l'avvocato. E scusate se è poco. È la dimostrazione che con la volontà si può superare ogni handicap: nella sua carriera di giustiziere ha infatti sconfitto nemici potenti come Kingpin, Bullseye ed Electro. Continua però a pestare le cacche di cane quando cammina in strada.
  • Virus.DOS.Devil, also known as Devil's Dance, is a very dangerous memory resident parasitic virus on DOS. There are 4 variants: * Virus.DOS.Devil.941 (plus E, F and G)
  • Devils are fiends from lawful evil-aligned planes. Many devils are surrounded by a fear aura, which they use to break up powerful groups and defeat opponents piecemeal. Devils with spell-like abilities use their illusion abilities to delude and confuse foes as much as possible. A favorite trick is to create illusory reinforcements; enemies can never be entirely sure if a threat is only a figment or real summoned devils joining the fray.
  • Devil can refer to: * Lucifer, who is also known as Satan the Devil * Demons, who are also at times referred to as Devils
  • The Devil is a evil entity,the enemy of King Nixel,and a owner of a casino named "Devil's Casino". He is,like his enemy King Nixel,a Pokèmon-Kidnapper,he is the leader of "The Devil's Army". He has some very powerful foes on his side,including Psycarrot and Blindo. <default>Devil</default> Age Height Weight Gender Eye Color Hair Color Hometown Reigon Relatives Trainer Class
  • Mid-rank demons that give off a wicked aura. They have a childish appearance with blue skin and red eyes with black sclera. They are a race that was born bearing clear malice towards humans during the age of the former demon lords when most monsters were born to kill humans because of instinct and hunger. They once fed on human fear, screams, and expressions twisted in agony, but now that they have become succubi (inma) in the present, they have come to prefer human expressions slackened in pleasure and ecstasy, and cries of delight. They love depravity and chaos and detest purity and order. They’re the vanguard of the “radical faction” that is plotting to convert all women into monsters and shroud the entire world in a demon realm filled with pleasure. According to their radical ideology, they enjoy having sex with humans and corrupting them into lewd monsters. When they spot a human that strikes their fancy, they’ll attack regardless of whether it’s a man or a woman. If they assault a chaste and noble man, they’ll make him drown in devilish pleasure using their own body, and transform him into an incubus like an animal in heat overflowing with lust, who, appropriately for a devil’s partner, will desire to have sex with them more than anything. If they assault a pure woman who has never known a man, they’ll engrave pleasure and desire into her body and soul, and change her into a lustful succubus (inma) that loves impassioned days with her husband and enjoys sex the same as themselves. They love seeing the guy they like drown in pleasure more than anything, and for that sake, they’ll use every part of their tiny body to try and satisfy a man with thorough pleasure. Even though they have a sadistic aura, during sex they give highest priority to the man’s pleasure. Sometimes they don’t just rape men, conversely, they fan the flames of a man’s desire, and let him rape them like a beast or criminal. A tactic once commonly used by devils was to destroy people by giving them power and wealth beyond what they could handle, but many still use the same kind of method even now. They don’t just have sex with men, they make men’s desire swell beyond what they can handle and drown them in it with excessive love and pleasure by making them home-cooked meals every day, waiting on them hand and foot, and briskly taking care of anything they could possibly need. What they love more than anything else is the expression of their husband after being drowned in love and happiness in this matter, which from an objective point of view does indeed appear slackened and slovenly. Conversely, they don’t like it if their husband makes a difficult or sad expression, so if he makes a face like that, they’ll extend a hand or tongue to his penis right away, and it will be overwritten with any expression that they love.
  • The Devil, according to Christian belief, is the evil ruler of all demons and the guardian of Hell. He has appeared as a character primarily in several of the Smurfs comic books. His first appearance was in "The Egg And The Smurfs", in which he was met by a Smurf who was sent to Hell by a fellow Smurf making an unwise wish with the magic egg, though only the Devil's legs are shown. The Devil is mentioned in "Sagratamabarb" when Gargamel's cousin went to Hell to see if there was any room for him there and brought back two demonic witnesses to prove that there wasn't any. It is possible that the Christmas Stranger who appeared in the Smurfs Christmas special may have been the Devil, although it is never directly stated.
  • Devils are a form of demon known in the world of Daventry.
  • Not to be confused with devil dog Devil who appears in Jerry go round
  • Devil (デビル, Debiru) is the owner of a casino in Death City.
  • The Lord of Light and Prince of Darkness, Satan is the supreme ruler of Hell, and twin brother to God. They are but two of the many children of the Mother of Existence, the creator of the universe and gods and goddesses. The Mother gave each of her children a world to mold in whatever way they desire, and gave the Earth to God and Satan. Of all her offspring they became her most bitter disappointment. The two squandered their talents in endless squabbling, making the Earth their playground. Whatever one created, the other destroyed. Over the millennia their bickering grew into hatred, and in the end they declared war on one another. Despite their endless hatred, they created something special and unique from the energy of The Mother herself, the beings known as humankind. While created to serve as God's lapdogs, Satan gave them the gift of free will. In death they are raised and randomly selected to join the armies of Heaven or Hell in the final war, known as Armageddon. Rather than let her children use them as cannon fodder, the Mother decided to intervene and removed her children from their kingdoms. Heaven and Hell were left to fend for themselves. In spite of their faults, she could not destroy them for two reasons: they were her children and she loved then and the fact that she could not destroy them even if she desired to do so, they are her own flesh and blood and just like her they are immortal and all-powerful. However, she brought back God and Satan as the human children of Terry and Wanda Fitzgerald, Jake and Katie Fitzgerald respectively, in order to give them an appreciation for humanity and change their ways. This plan failed, as the twins simply became more insane than before and wreaked further chaos on Earth. God and Satan have since regained their memories, powers and kingdoms and are bolstering their armies for the final push that will begin Armageddon. The stage for Armageddon is Earth. Humans are killed and the world is in utter chaos/order. Spawn intervenes on Earth's behalf and becomes the third main power in the war after being transformed into a god after eating from The Tree of Life and Death in The Garden of Eden. Spawn faces off against the Hellspawn of Satan's army, declaring that the Earth realm belongs to him. Calling him a traitor for breaking his oath, the Hellspawn from all the ages converge on their "brother." Spawn battles the Hellspawn, calling upon the earth to swallow them, returning them to Hell. Hearing of this, Satan sends all of his remaining warriors after Spawn. Fearing that Spawn will unbalance Armageddon, God does the same. These events are watched by Mammon and a cloaked figure, whom Mammon responds to as a subordinate. During their exchange it is implied that all is going according to their plan, and Mammon says that he should have never been doubted. As Heaven and Hell attack Spawn, he calls to himself all the power given to him by the Mother, and in a single display of power destroys the armies of Heaven and Hell, along with the rest of humanity. Laughing, he dismisses his act as a way to halt the Armageddon itself, leaving God and Satan without soldiers to use in their battle. He then asks the Mother to restore his children to their former glory and powers, but refuses to fight them. They eventually incinerate Spawn, then proceed their endless battle... fighting by themselves, in a barren, scorched Earth. Spawn, now given the powers of a god and the protection of the Mother, gains the power to recreate Earth, restoring everyone to life, but leaving humanity every memory of the Rapture. God and Satan have no role in the "new" Earth, because they're trapped in their perception of a barren Earth until they cease their seemingly endless fight, and Spawn, with his last act as a god himself, closes every door between Hell, Heaven and Earth. Recently, Satan has willingly handed control of Hell to The Omega Spawn (Al Simmons).
  • They call me the King’s “Rhyodan”. That means “charlatan” in my native language, but they don’t know that. It’s what I called myself when I performed sleight-of-hand in the streets. I’d never heard of wizards then, but I played along when one of the princes happened along and got the wrong idea. Taking my reticence for bashfulness and professional secrecy, never having seen a real wizard themselves, they never suspected that I was a fraud. Perhaps I wasn’t even a fraud. Without access to magic, I had to do everything the hard way. I invented poultices and poisons, drew star charts and made prophesies. Hard work, but it was better than living hand-to-mouth in the dirt. At first, I was the prince’s pet, but soon even the King grew to rely on my sage advice and arcane insights. He never suspected that the finely spun gold wire that he supplied at my request was melted down to pay for the network of spies that kept me informed about all things, large and small, which I repeated in feats of mind-reading and scrying. Imagine my fear when I learned of the arrival of a real wizard. No charlatan was he, this was the great Penrose himself, the conjurer of Black Mountain. He would not be fooled by my tricks. Escape wasn’t possible — I was too much of a celebrity, so I did the only thing I could. I arranged to meet him in private before he showed up at court, and told him everything. Having been shown this trust, he pitied my precarious position. While he did not approve, he promised not to betray my great secret. This two-fold debt of trust was the key to what followed. No man expects betrayal from someone so trusting and vulnerable. Perhaps an ancient wizard, so used to seeing the Aether, forgets that the mundane contains elements just as subtle and powerful. In any case, one small vial of liverscorch poison in his evening wine put him in my power. I did everything I could to cure my generous benefactor of his sudden illness, providing an endless supply of potions and curative massages. I sat with him when the chills came in the night and held him up during strengthening walks. Meanwhile, the condition of his corrupted liver worsened irreversibly. In the end, when he felt the end of his days, he gave me the Grimoire. This spellbook, the Grimoire, was the seat of the wizard’s Aetheric power. With his fading breath, Penrose taught me how to open it and how to read the script. He showed me how the Grimoire recorded everything that it saw and heard, writing new text even as events unfolded. He taught me the use of a Mirror, and the Glyph of First Focus. That night, I cast my first real spell, making a lie of the name “Rhyodan”. That night, Penrose passed from the mortal coil.
  • To combine a food with various hot or spicy seasonings such as red pepper, mustard or Tabasco sauce, thereby creating a deviled dish.
  • According to Christian tradition, he was originally an angel named Lucifer who led an army of rebellious angels, seeking to overthrow and replace God. He was defeated and cast down to Hell as punishment. The other angels who joined Lucifer in his rebellion became demons and are his companions in Hell. According to Islamic tradition, the Devil was punished after he disobeyed God by refusing to bow down to the first man Adam. Mainstream Judaism has never given much importance to the concepts of Hell or the Devil, although the Book of Job from the Hebrew Bible features a "satan" or "adversary" who disagrees with and challenges God. The Hebrew word for "adversary" was translated into Greek as "diabolos", which is the origin of the English word "Devil". The Devil features prominently in European and American folklore. In many folktales, the Devil offers to make a deal with somebody, offering his help in return for the person's soul. However, the Devil is usually portrayed in those stories as losing out on the bargain and being easily outwitted. One example of such a story is the tale of Stingy Jack, the inventor of the jack-o-lantern. A variation on those folktales is the Faust legend, which says that people can sell their souls to the Devil in exchange for a limited period (usually twenty years) of wealth, power and everything they could desire but have to go to Hell at the end of that period. Well-known depictions of the Devil in literature are in Goethe's Faust, in which the character Mephistopheles says that he only represents a part of the Devil's power, John Milton's Paradise Lost, which describes Lucifer's rebellion against God and his banishment to Hell, and Dante's The Divine Comedy. According to Dante, the Devil can be found in the ninth and final circle of Hell, a realm not of fire but of ice. He is a huge monstrous figure, caked in ice up to his chest. He has enormous bat-like wings and three heads, one yellow, one red and one black. In one of his heads he chews the body of Judas Iscariot, in the other two he chews those of Brutus and Cassius, the murderers of Julius Caesar. The Devil is often depicted carrying a bident (a two-pronged fork) or a trident (a three-pronged fork). The standard modern image of the Devil is a horned, red-skinned man with a barbed tail, often with a neatly trimmed beard and mustache. He is often depicted with goat's legs, or at least a goat's cloven hooves instead of feet. However, he often appears in fiction as a shape-shifter who can take on any form he pleases. Given that he is one of the most famous monsters or villains of all time, it is not surprising that the Devil costume is a popular choice at Halloween for trick-or-treaters and party-goers. Perceived connections with the Devil make many people, especially observant Christians and Muslims, feel uncomfortable about Halloween and are the reason why many people do not celebrate the holiday.
  • The Devil (Greek: diabolos = 'slanderer' or 'accuser') is believed in certain religions and cultures to be a powerful, supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind. The Devil is commonly associated with heretics, infidels, and other unbelievers. The Abrahamic religions have variously regarded the Devil as a rebellious fallen angel or demon that tempts humans to sin or commit evil deeds. Others regard the Devil as an allegory that represents a crisis of faith, individualism, free will, wisdom and enlightenment. In mainstream Christianity, God and the Devil are usually portrayed as fighting over the souls of humans, with the Devil seeking to lure people away from God and into Hell. The Devil commands a force of evil angels, commonly known as demons. The Hebrew Bible (or Old Testament) describes the Adversary (Ha-satan) as an angel who instigates tests upon humankind. Many other religions have a trickster or tempter figure that is similar to the Devil. Modern conceptions of the Devil include the concept that it symbolizes humans' own lower nature or sinfulness. People put the concept of the Devil to use in social and political conflicts, claiming that their opponents are influenced by the Devil or even willingly supporting the Devil. The Devil has also been used to explain why others hold beliefs that are considered to be false and ungodly.
  • The devil is an mythical creature that possibly lives in the hell. which possibly a charater like satan.
  • A evil deity that appeared in the Chaos Age * He made the suffering of the world worse. * He has many names: Wakboth, Kajabor Sources: Revealed Mythologies, Guide to Glorantha
  • Devils are fiends with a tendancy to lawful-evil alignment. Many are surrounded by a fear aura, which they use to divide and conquer their foes. They also have a propensity for illusion magics.
  • The film received mixed reviews, although its reception was generally more favorable than that of Shyamalan's other recent work. Critics praised the film's atmosphere and performances, but criticized the short running-time.
  • The Devil is believed in many religions, myths and cultures to be a supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the archenemy of God and humankind.
  • Categoría:Personajes Devil (デビル, Debiru), también llamado Devil Kazuya (デビル一八, Debiru Kazuya), es un personaje de la serie Tekken que tuvo su primera aparición en el videojuego Tekken original y es uno de los villanos principales de la saga. Él es el alma maldita de Kazuya Mishima y más tarde de Jin Kazama. Originalmente era una entidad maligna que intentaba poseer a Kazuya o Jin, una mitad se ha combinado con Kazuya. Es el jefe final para cada personaje en el videojuego Tekken 2, con la excepción de contra sí mismo. El jefe secundario para Devil es Jun Kazama y su jefe final es Angel.
  • "Devil" is a cutscene in Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. It is played during the third chapter of "Memories of a Lost City".
  • Devils are beings that originated from the Underworld consisting of the 72 Pillars, the Extra Demons and the countless armies under them. The Devils are originally led by the Four Great Satans prior to their death in the Great War. Following the end of the great war, the descendants of the original Satans sans Rizevim decides to continue the Great War but was faced with opposition by other Devils most prominently the Bael clan who assumed authority after the death of their leaders. This started a civil war between the Devils with the descendant of the original Satans losing the war and a new government was formed among the Devils. The new government then appoints four new Satans through strength and accomplishment in the civil war. After the formation of the new Devil government, Ajuka Beelzebub develops the Evil Pieces to help replenish the decreased armies of the Devils, eventually creating the Rating Games.
  • Please Note: Other people can use him in their games (as long as they ask me here). Devil is a character in MySims 2 who is also The Renegade's character.
  • Devils were a species of demon who appeared roughly humanoid, but possess horns and a tail. According to Eddie Hope, "devil" was more of a job title than a name for the actual species.
  • The film received mixed reviews, although its reception was generally more favorable than that of Shyamalan's other recent work. Critics praised the film's atmosphere and performances, but criticized the short running-time and convoluted story.
  • The Devil appears as artwork on one of the Tarot Cards that appears in the game. The Devil is inspired by the adversary in Christian religions, otherwise known as Lucifer or Satan.
  • Devil é um personagem que fez sua estréia em Tekken e é a alma possuida ou demoníaca de Kazuya Mishima e, mais tarde Jin Kazama .
  • Devil was a voice actor whose voice was heard at the entrance of the Devil's Flight roller coaster.
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  • This article describes various allusions to the Devil in the Smallville series. Martha: (after finding out that Jonathan sold their farm) I talked to our lawyer. He said he can't do anything until he sees the contract, but "the devil made me do it" argument wouldn't hold up in court. Season One: Hug Lionel: I, uh, didn't ask you here to trade insults. No matter how wide the, uh, chasm gets between us, son... I'm your father. I'll always be your father. Lex: And the devil that's haunted me since the day I was born. Season Three: Covenant Lex: You tried to warn me about Fine, but I didn't listen. Lionel: You never have. No matter what I've given you, the things you've always wanted were beyond your grasp. This time you've overreached yourself. Lex: Did you come out here to lecture me or to help me? Lionel: It's too late to do either, isn't it? You made a deal with the devil. He always comes to collect. Season Five: Vessel Chloe: Okay, call me the advocate of the devil, Clark, but don't you think pointing the pitchfork at Lex is a little bit of a stretch? Clark: He had his hands on the Kryptonian ship. He was possessed by Zod. He nearly destroyed this planet. If the horns fit... Chloe: Okay, fine. I'm just saying you might want to check your personals at the door. Season Six: Wither Clark Luthor: Listen, Tess, I know better than anyone what it's like to walk around with a--a mark on you. It's lonely. Tess: Being the world's greatest hero is just a little bit different than being Satan's child. Clark Luthor: Angel or devil is in the eye of he who beholds it. Tess: "He who beholds it"? What have you been watching a little too much BBC lately? Season Ten: Kent Granny Goodness: I want to give your soul eternal life! Please, Lutessa, let me save you! Tess: From what? Granny Goodness: Darkseid's Apokolips. Evil in its purest form -- the heart of human nature, obscured over time as something to be cast away rather than embraced. Hades, Kali -- even the word "Lucifer" is an old Latin phrase meaning "morning star," "bringer of light." I'm afraid the centuries and translations have twisted Darkseid's true gifts. But before the end of days, his rapture will be the only salvation. Tess: I will never join you. Granny Goodness: Farewell, my child. Bless your soul. Tess: Wait. When? I mean, what you do mean? When? When is this hell coming? Granny Goodness: It's not coming, Lutessa. It's upon us. Season Ten: Finale, Part 1
  • Devils, also known as "Baatezu," are outsiders native to the lawful evil-aligned plane of Baator. Unlike demons, devils maintain a strict and brutal hierarchy, with Archdevils at the top each ruling over one of the Nine Hells. They are locked in the eternal Blood War with the demons.
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