|Yamata no Orochi|
|Romaji||Yamata no Orochi|
|Nicknames||Venom Blood Dragon|
Ethereal Devouring Mad Dragon
|Affiliations||Evil Dragons (Formerly)|
Khaos Brigade (Formerly)
Yamata no Orochi was an Evil Dragon known as the Venom Blood Dragon and a member of Qlippoth.
Although Yamata no Orochi was not given a physical form upon his revival unlike the other legendary Evil Dragons, he has shown the appearance of an eight-headed Dragon with tears of blood running down its eyes and mouth filled with sharp fangs.
During the fight of Masaomi Yaegaki against Issei and the others in Volume 18, it was revealed that Yamata no Orochi's soul was sealed inside the Kusanagi Sword and was used to help repair the holy sword. Even with just a scratch from Yamata no Orochi's fang, it was able to put Touji Shidou's life in danger with its venom. Masaomi and Yamata no Orochi were defeated with the combined efforts of Issei, Irina, and Xenovia. Ddraig noted that Yamata no Orochi's soul disappeared probably because of the ability of Irina's sword Hauteclere.
Yamata no Orochi reappeared in Volume 19 but this time as a part of Walburga's Balance Breaker. He took his normal appearance but was impaled on a cross and entirely made out of purple holy flames. Even with just half of his soul used, he showed immense power as he was able to survive multiple attacks from D×D although they were able to still defeat him.
Power and AbilitiesEdit
Fire Breath: Each of the Yamata no Orochi's heads are capable of spewing fire from their mouths.
Regeneration: Yamata no Orochi has the ability to regrow it's heads if ever severed.
Poison: As the Venom Blood Dragon, Yamata no Orochi's fangs contain a deadly lethal poison that can even taint a victim's soul unless treated to immediately, though there are very few spellcasters or institutes that are able to cure this. So far Heaven's forces are the only ones able to cure the poison.
- Yamata no Orochi being sealed inside the Kusanagi Sword is ironic as the sword was found from his corpse.
- Yamata no Orochi means "8-branched giant snake".