The power to use the abilities of a divine-demonic being. Combination of Demon Physiology and Transcendent Physiology. Variation of Transcendent Hybrid Physiology. Not to be confused with Transcendent Demon Physiology. Opposite to Divine-Angelic Physiology.

Also Called

  • Demonic Deity Mimicry/Physiology
  • Divine-Demon Mimicry/Physiology
  • Divine-Demonic Mimicry
  • Godly-Satanic Mimicry/Physiology
  • Holy-Demon Mimicry/Physiology
  • Holy-Devil Mimicry/Physiology


User either is or can transform into a divine-demonic entity, granting them the powers of both divine and demonic beings such as gods and demons/devils. This type of being can either be born from a union between a god and demon, be a fusion between a god and demon/devil, or is a demon/god that somehow possesses demonic/divine powers.

Divine-Demonic Entities have all the strengths and powers of both gods and devils but almost none of the weaknesses, they can use both holy and demonic powers equally with no restrictions. Their appearances can vary greatly, such as having a combination of traits of both demon and god, one with traits from neither, or even a unique appearance that doesn't fit either classification.

Despite both races being divine/holy, they should not be confused with the Nephalem, which are the offspring of angels and demons.




Known Users

  • Demonic Deities (Folklore/Mythology)
    • Adrammelech (Assyrian Mythology)
    • Anammelech (Assyrian Mythology)
    • Gorgons (Greek Mythology)
      • Euryale
      • Medusa
      • Stheno
    • Lamia (Greek Mythology)
    • Orcus (Roman Mythology)
    • Kali (Hindu Mythology)
    • Deimos (Hellenic Demonology)
    • Bhairava (Hindu Mythology)
    • Peckols (Prussian Mythology)
    • Erlik (Altaic Mythology)
    • Torngarsuk (Inuit Mythology)
    • Demons (Hindu Mythology)
      • Asuras; as variations of hindu deity
      • Rakshasas; as variations of hindu deity
    • Anzu (Sumerian Mythology)
    • Culsu (Etruscan Mythology)
    • Chemosh (Moabite Mythology)
    • Apep (Egyptian Mythology)
    • Set (Egyptian Mythology)
    • Baphomet (Abrahamic Folklore)
    • Kishin (Shinto Mythology); as variations of shinto deity
      • Fujin
      • Raijin
      • Shuten-Doji
    • Berith (Demonology)
    • Boruta/Leshy (Slavic Mythology)
    • Angra Mainyu/Ahriman (Zoroastrianism)
    • Abraxas (Gnosticism)
    • Demiurge (Gnosticism)
    • Hariti (Buddhism)
    • Santa Muerte (Mexican Folklore); as redeemed fallen angel considered as goddess
    • Leviathan (Christianity); god of chaos, divine beast and archdemon
  • Benares (3x3 Eyes)
  • Caleb Malphas (Chronicles of Nick)
  • Urd (Ah! My Goddess)
  • Omne (Bayonetta 2)
  • Glorificus/Glory (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Whistler (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Demigra (Dragon Ball)
  • Mechikabura (Dragon Ball); possibly
  • Mira (Dragon Ball); transcendent demon with Divine-Demonic Force
  • Infernals (Forgotten Realms)
  • Iyachtu Xvim, The Baneson (Forgotten Realms)
  • Tanarotte (Magicians Academy)
  • Guardian ÄRM, Tiamat (Marchen Awakens Romance)
  • Yamata-no-Orochi (Marvel Comics); both divine-beast, kami and demonic beast
  • Fortinbras (Onimusha)
  • Valgaav (Slayers)
  • Joker (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Oninomiko (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Rossweisse (High-School DxD)


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