Demon lord of authority. He lusts for power, for no other reason than to wield it. Beside his castle is the Spring of Wisdom.
Solomon's Key LocationEdit
Palace of Transgressions, right-most node.
Where to findEdit
In Christianity and ancient Hebrew texts, Asmodeus was a demon who was usually paired with, or identified as the demon Satan.
He appears in numerous different texts, each with a different representation and role in the demonic hierarchy.
In the Ars Goetia, Asmodeus is ranked thirty-second amongst Hell's hierarchy, and is described as having three heads - one of a bull, a human, and a ram; the tail of a serpent, and from his six mouths can breathe fire. He rides upon an infernal dragon, and governs seventy-two legions of lesser demons.
In other texts he appears as one of the "Seven Princes of Hell" - one corresponding to each of the deadly sins - where he is the governs over lust, lascivity and carnal desire.
This may be the main reason why in Covenant, he portrayed as a "God of Desire".