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'''Demon''' (also spelled Daemon) is a term refering to evil spiritual creatures of non human origin.  
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'''Demon''' (also spelled Daemon) is a term refering to evil spiritual creatures of non-human origin.  
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== Mythological Demons ==
 
== Mythological Demons ==
 
*Fallen Angels who sided with lucifer and reside in hell in [[Abrahamic religion|Abrahamic]] mythology
 
*Fallen Angels who sided with lucifer and reside in hell in [[Abrahamic religion|Abrahamic]] mythology
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== Demons in Fiction ==
 
== Demons in Fiction ==
While many strains of Demons exist in fiction and many of them are either incorporeal or shape shifters, the most common image of a Demon borrows from Christianity, bearing a resemblance to the Greek forest god of Pan.
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While many strains of demons exist in fiction and many of them are either incorporeal or shape shifters, the most common image of a demon borrows from Christianity, bearing a resemblance to the Greek forest god, Pan.
  
*[[Chaos]] [[Daemon]]s in the [[Warhammer 40,000]] and Warhammer Fantasy universe
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*[[Chaos]] [[Daemon]]s in the [[Warhammer 40,000]] and Warhammer Fantasy universes
*Various interdimensional Creatures in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe
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*Various interdimensional creatures in the ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' universe
*Baldricks in [[The Salvation War]]
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*Baldricks in ''[[The Salvation War]]''
  
 
[[Category: Fantasy]]
 
[[Category: Fantasy]]

Latest revision as of 16:27, 25 June 2013

Demon (also spelled Daemon) is a term refering to evil spiritual creatures of non-human origin.

Mythological Demons

  • Fallen Angels who sided with lucifer and reside in hell in Abrahamic mythology
  • Various Yokai in Shinto Mythology

Demons in Fiction

While many strains of demons exist in fiction and many of them are either incorporeal or shape shifters, the most common image of a demon borrows from Christianity, bearing a resemblance to the Greek forest god, Pan.

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