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How to Fuse

Fusion Range Demon Level Cost Success Rate
1-49 Ogre 25 312 43%
50-81 Rakshasa 41 840 19%
82+ Cyclops 46 1058 11%
Triple Fusion Girimehkala 70 ? 21%
Triple Fusion Hecatonchires 82 ? 12%
Elemental Fusions
Erthys Aeros Aquans Flamies
Down Down Down Down
Family Combinations
Yoma+Raptor Yoma+Wilder Wild Bird+Femme Earth Element+Reaper
Earth Element+Evil Dragon Reaper+Guardian Reaper+Femme Nocturne+Femme
Dragon King+Evil Dragon Fallen Angel+Evil Dragon Evil Dragon+Femme Evil Dragon+Brute

http://i.imgur.com/OTDqx6V.png Ogre

Main article: Ogre

An evil, man-eating monster of French legend. Males are called ogres, while females are called ogresses. Twice the size of humans, they possess tremendous strength and can also use magic. Although they can change their shape, their intelligence is low. They will eat any human, but prefer pretty young women and babies.

The name "ogre" was invented by writers to give a distinct name to the man-eating monsters. It may also be derived from the name of the Roman death god, Orcus, or from Ygg, another name for the Norse god, Odin.

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http://i.imgur.com/oaVdmhd.png Rakshasa

Main article: Rakshasa

A rakshasa is a demon or unrighteous spirit in Hindu and Buddhist mythology. Rakshasas are also called cannibals. According to the Ramayana, rakshasas were created from Brahma's foot; other sources claim they are descended from Pulastya, or from Khasa, or from Nirriti and Nirrita. Legend has it that many rakshasas were particularly wicked humans in previous incarnations. Rakshasas are notorious for disturbing sacrifices, desecrating graves, harassing priests, possessing human beings, and so on. Their fingernails are venomous, and they feed on human flesh and spoiled food. They are shape changers, illusionists, and magicians.

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http://i.imgur.com/b2mdtTq.png Edimmu

Main article: Edimmu
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http://i.imgur.com/7SDt1Yo.png Cyclops

Main article: Cyclops

In Greek mythology and later Roman mythology, a cyclops is a member of a primordial race of giants, each with a single eye in the middle of its forehead. The classical plural is cyclopes though the conventional plural cyclopses is also used in English. The name is widely thought to mean "circle-eyed". Hesiod described one group of cyclopes and the epic poet Homer described another, though other accounts have also been written by the playwright Euripides, poet Theocritus and Roman epic poet Virgil. In Hesiod's Theogony, Zeus releases three Cyclopes, the sons of Uranus and Gaia, from the dark pit of Tartarus. They provide Zeus' thunderbolt, Hades' helmet of invisibility, and Poseidon's trident, and the gods use these weapons to defeat the Titans. In a famous episode of Homer's Odyssey, the hero Odysseus encounters the Cyclops Polyphemus, the son of Poseidon and a nereid (Thoosa), who lives with his fellow Cyclopes in a distant country. The connection between the two groups has been debated in antiquity and by modern scholars. It is upon Homer's account that Euripides and Virgil based their accounts of the mythical creatures.

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http://i.imgur.com/hx5YJ8E.png Girimehkala

Main article: Girimehkala

Girimehkala is a large demonic elephant from Sri Lankan mythology. It is said to be the mount of the demon lord Mara, who tried to tempt Buddha so that he could not achieve enlightenment. The Girimehkala's most prominent feature is its one huge eye, which is said to carry a powerful curse. Anyone that looks into its eye will fall ill and cannot be cured.

It is suggested that Girimehkala is a demonized Ganesha or Airavata from Hinduism, as Buddhist Sri Lankans and the Hindu Indians have come into conflict several times throughout history.

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http://i.imgur.com/QMcG91R.png Hecatonchires

Main article: Hecatonchires

The Hecatonchires were figures in an archaic stage of Greek mythology, three giants of incredible strength and ferocity, even superior to that of the Titans whom they helped overthrow. Their name derives from the Greek "each of them having a hundred hands and fifty heads." Hesiod's Theogony reports that the three Hecatonchires became the guards of the gates of Tartarus.

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Evil Demon
Demons Ogre • Rakshasa • Edimmu • Cyclops • Girimehkala • Hecatonchires
Variations Deformed Cyclops
Limited Eternal Partner Rakshasa
Enemy Deformed Protector Edimmu • Fanatic Girimehkala • Superior Demon Girimehkala • One who came to meet the Worldly Desires in the Abyss Girimehkala • Defender of Abaddon Hecatonchires (F-BOSS)
Event None

Demonic Compendium
By Alignment Law SeraphimEntityDemon GodVileAvianGoddessHeavenly GodRaptorDivineEvil DemonWild BirdYomaEarth ElementMachine
Neutral ReaperHoly BeastBeastFairyElementalFiendDemigodWilderDragon KingNocturneGodly BeastSacred Soul
Chaos FoulBruteHauntDragonFallen AngelFemmeNation RulerEarth MotherEvil DragonGuardianDestroyerTyrantGaian
By Species Gods Demon GodGoddessEntity
Heavenly Angels SeraphimDivineFallen Angel
Deities VileHeavenly GodReaperNation RulerEarth MotherGuardianDestroyer
Demons Evil DemonEarth ElementBruteFemme
Dragons Dragon KingDragonEvil Dragon
Magica YomaFairyDemigodNocturneTyrant
Birds AvianRaptorWild Bird
Beasts Holy BeastBeastWilderGodly Beast
Evil Spirits Haunt
Heretics Foul
Primes ElementalSacred Soul
Humans FiendGaian
Machines Machine