Satan as Illustrated by Nitroplus.
|Occupation||Demon Lord of Wrath, Guard at the Gates of Hell|
|Voice Actor||Arisa Sakuraba (Japanese); Dawn M. Bennett (English)|
"Very well. It's war between you and this guardian hag."
Satan is the Demon Lord of Wrath, known for terrible anger.
Satan has waist-length crimson hair and two long horns on the sides of her head curling toward the center and then pointing straight upwards. She wears a long red flowing cape, a red bra, a red G-string, ornate red gauntlets, black gloves, ornate black thigh-high high-heeled boots covered by red pieces of armor with black and red metal ankle-wings on the sides of her boots. Her weapon is a huge red spear-axe hybrid that is even taller than her.
Lady Satan is always engaged in an eternal battle against the angel legions, and likes war more than her three meals.
With a personality that gets anxious over the little details, she’s dangerous because she’s always irritated. However, it might be wise not to be hard on her. She has a weakness for cute animals, and is another one that doesn’t have a clear head.
Satan is known for her temperament, which can be attributed and seen in her fighting prowess. She commands an entire army, whom are followers of her sin. Satan's endurance is incredible, helping her survive blows that would usually kill anyone.
- Satan's name and character appear to be a reference to Satan, known as the personification of evil in Christianity.
- Satan's red hair may be another example of the "fiery redhead", a common stereotype for red- and ginger-haired folk developing short tempers.
- Her age and appearance is likely a representation of the violent youth culture, being that younger folk are often stereotyped as quick-tempered and infamous for starting riots and trouble.
- Her vice for adoring cute creatures led her to become protective of Beelzebub. Ironically, despite being the Demon Lord of Wrath, Satan can be merciful towards the weak, and certainly is merciful towards the innocent who show up in the walk to the Gates of Hell by mistake; for example, the female victim of a murder-suicide, as seen in her episode of the series, is innocent and allowed to depart for Heaven.