[Demonic Public Prosecution Student] Bael
|Relation||From Others||To Others|
[King of Burnt Offerings] Bael
|Summon||I am the first ranked under the hexagram and an elite of the law. Please call me Bael. Shall I bring you fastidious order and shining wisdom?|
|Beginning of Battle||My oh my, you wish to go against the highest ranked one? Very well, I'll show you the differences between our statuses.|
|Move||Prioritizing me is excellent judgment.|
|Hit (major)||Stop this foolishness!|
|Charge||Behold the rankings of beams of light! Bring your blood sacrifices and give your faith to mine name! Burnt Offering!|
|Victory||The matter has now been settled. Oh dear, would you look at that stain over there? I'll have to call the cleaners.|
|KO'd||Curse your impertinence! How dare you do this to me!? Howdareyouhowdareyouhowdareyou...!!|
|Title Screen||New Semester 2020 Part 2 (4/15/20 ~ ??):I object to the rules of the world. I, Bael, shall crush this contradiction.|
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|Major Character||The Promised Undersea City|
|Extra||Main Quest Chapter 10|
|Bael (☆5)||- 2020 New Semester Campaign Part 2 (2020)|
- Bael is a demon in the Ars Goetia of the Lesser Key of Solomon. He is titled as a King of Hell and commands sixty six legions.
- He is ranked as the 1st of the 72 demons in the Ars Goetia.
- In the book, he is described as appearing in the form of a cat, toad, man, some combination of those.
- His rule to make people invisible is taken directly from the Ars Goetia as one of the powers the demon Bael has.
- In the Grand Grimoire, he is listed as a subordinate under Lucifuge Rofocale.
- In this iteration, he takes on the appearance similar to Seth as the demon Bael may have been derived from the Canaanite deity Baal, who was a deity of storms and with Canaan and Egypt's close geographical proximity, may have had some overlap with the Egyptian deity of the desert and storms Seth.