In his first official appearance, he had the appearance of an armored Knight whilst riding upon Altobrau who was emitting blue-white flames. He has brown hair and blue eyes.
Not much is known about Beruka's history, other than at some point before the series he joined Sairaorg's peerage.
Beruka fought against Yuuto at their masters' Rating Game in Volume 10 under Dice Figure Rules. While he was able to fight on par with Yuuto, he eventually lost after Yuuto reveals his new Balance Breaker of Blade Blacksmith.
In Volume 21, Beruka joined with the rest of Sairaorg's peerage and traveled to the coastal waters of Japan to support D×D's army who're fighting against Qlippoth's.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
Enhanced Speed: As a Knight, Beruka possesses enhanced speed and mobility, while riding on Altobrau, Beruka moves at an incredibly high speeds.
Expert Spearman: He also wields two lances when riding Altobrau in battle. He carries one of these spears in his hand while keeping the other stored in Altobrau's mane as a spare.
Replication: Beruka has also shown to have the ability to many duplicates of several of himself and his horse which copy same presence and enhance speed as the real Beruka.
Horse Tamer: As a member of the Furcas clan, Beruka has the ability to tame horses. He tamed and rides a Pale Horse named Altobrau (アルトブラウ Arutoburau).
- Pale Horse (青ざめた馬, Peiru Hōsu): A horse that lives in the deepest part of the Underworld, Cocytus. It is a horse that is said to be difficult to ride and it will kick and kill any of those it doesn't like, including its master.
Flight: Being a Devil, Beruka can use his wings to fly.
Spears: Beruka's weapon of choice during battle.
- In demonology, Furcas is a Knight of Hell who rules 20 legions of demons. He teaches Philosophy, Astronomy, Rhetoric, Logic, Chiromancy, and Pyromancy. The fact the Beruka is Sairaorg's Knight and the fact that he rides and tames horses is also a nod to the demon's appearance.
- The name of Beruka's horse, Altobrau, means "highly wild" as "Alto" means "high" in Italian and "Brau" in German can mean "wild". This would be referring to its highly wild nature of being a nearly untameable horse.