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Behemoth
Kanji

ベヒモス

Rōmaji

Behimosu

Characteristics
Race

Demon

Professional Status
Affiliation

Gehenna

Occupation

Familiar

Partner(s)

Amaimon

Personal Status
Status

manga: active
Anime: unknown

Debuts
Manga Debut

Chapter 4

Anime Debut

Episode 9

Image Gallery

Behemoth (ベヒモス, Behimosu) is a hobgoblin. He is the familiar of Amaimon. Whenever Amaimon is not fighting, Behemoth is usually seen with him.

Appearance

Behemoth seems to be a normal hobgoblin or maintains the appearance of one. It always wears a type of leather harness, to which Amaimon attaches the leash or chain he leads it around with. For an odd reason, Behemoth sports a different color scheme than normal hobgoblin. It is also able to grow into a much larger version of itself for combat.

Synopsis

True Cross Academy Arc

Behemoth is constantly seen around Amaimon in different places. Though it is later shown to have fighting capabilities, it does not appear during the fight in Mepphyland.

Training Camp Arc

When Amaimon attacks the Exwires' camp, he orders Behemoth to attack. However, Behemoth and Amaimon are blown away by Shura's total shield. When Rin attempts to chase after Amaimon and Shiemi, Behemoth gets in his way. Shura fights Behemoth and arrives later, but it is unknown if it either got away or was slain.

Powers and Abilities

Size Alteration: Behemoth, unlike others of the Goblin species, possesses the ability to alter its size, going from around the size of a medium-sized dog to larger than a tank.[1]

Trivia

  • Behemoth takes its name from a massive land animal from the Book of Job, it gained a certain notoriety in medieval art and later works, being included in the Dictionnaire Infernal, a 19th century guide to demonology.

References

  1. Ao no Exorcist Episode 16

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