|Race||Dragon/Fallen Angel Hybrid |
|Nicknames||The Dragon Eater |
Snake of Eden
The Poison of God
The Evil Intention of God
|Status||Alive (Sealed in Cocytus)|
It is described to be a large ominous creature with bizarre features such as the upper body of a Fallen Angel (albeit with fangs in his mouth) and the lower body of an Asian Dragon.
When he was first summoned by the Hero Faction, Samael was crucified on a large cross with nails driven into various part of his body (arms, tail, wings, etc.) as well as other restraints that had ancient letters written on them. His eyes were also covered with a blindfold that had tears of blood dripping from under it.
Due to the multiple layers of seals placed on Samael, he is unable to display his personality, but according to Ddraig, he has a strong hatred for Dragons. Issei also mentioned that he sensed various types of negative emotion such as pain, jealousy, suffering, and resentment from Samael.
It is said that long ago, Samael was the perpetrator that influenced the first humans, Adam and Eve, to eat the Fruit of Knowledge, and was cursed by God. This is also stated to be the cause of God's hatred of Dragons and snakes. After receiving the curse, it was sealed in the deepest part of the Underworld, Cocytus.
Hades summoned Samael from the Underworld and temporarily gave it to Cao Cao as part of the alliance. During the battle between Cao Cao and the Gremory group with several members of Vali Team, He absorbs most of Ophis' powers and injected Samael's poison into Vali's body. He is later resealed, and returned to the Realm of the Dead.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
Curse Poison: Samael has a powerful curse that is extremely deadly to both Dragons and Dragon possessors alike. The poison can also affect snakes or snake-related beings. Even Ophis and Great Red are not immune to this effect. According to Azazel, Samael is the "Evil intentions" from the God of the Bible made from his hatred and its existence alone can not only extinguish Dragons, but it can also affect other beings as well, resulting in it being sealed within the depths of Cocytus. The curse even resides within Samael's blood, allowing others besides Samael to use the curse (usually by infusing it into a weapon).
- Samael's role is similar to Satan; being the serpent that tempts Adam and Eve to eat the forbidden fruit and becoming a Dragon after his fall.
- Samael is a name for the Archangel of Death in Talmudic and post-Talmudic lore, who also said to rule the Fifth Heaven.