Esmasel Mephisto
Personal info
Name (Kanji): アスモデウス
Name (Romaji): Asumodeusu
Epithet: storm fiend
Age: 16-17
Gender: Female
Height: 196 cm


Affiliation: Army of demons(General),Seven Weapons of hell (7th High-Demon)
Status: Alive
Ability Name:
  • Atraction
  • Demon lust spells
Power Level: Demonic
Novel: Pandora/New testament

Asmodeus is the youngest of The Seven Weapons of hell. she represents the patron demon of Lust, Asmodeus.


She can act by her own will, but she cannot disobey the orders of her master. She is quite powerful while in her human form, but when she returns to her true form as Stake of Purgatory and fly at her enemy at high speed, she shows her full, terrifying potential. As the youngest of the family, Asmodeus is always doted upon. This might be why she alone is kept out of the way whenever an even slightly lewd topic comes up. She's always looking for a boyfriend in the hopes that her sisters will finally accept her as an adult. However, she keeps aiming too high and whiles away each day dreaming of the prince who will never come. She would give up her life for love.


She has long, blonde hair in two straight ponytails, a fair skin and big red eyes. Her clothes are the same as those of the other Stakes. She wears the one-winged eagle on her "skirt".


Asmodeus, in Hebrew demonology, the Chief of the demons, occasionally identified with the prince of demons, Beelzebub. He figures largely in later Hebrew tradition, appearing in the Book of Tobit in the Old Testament apocrypha as an evil spirit possessed of great lust.

He is represented as having loved Sarah, daughter of Raguel, and as having slain seven men who were successively married to Sarah. Tobias, who intended to marry Sarah, succeeded with the help of the angel Raphael in exorcising the demon. Raphael pursued Asmodeus to Upper Egypt and bound him, enabling Tobias and Sarah to live in peace.

In talmudic legends, Asmodeus is associated with Solomon, whom he aided, notably in building the temple. He is also regarded as the cause of the excesses ascribed to Solomon.