— Andras of Hell's Hounds
Hell's Hounds is the name of a gang of seven demons who are noteworthy for being the main enemies of The 3 Heralds of Death. They are sometimes seen around Pintor's Citadel. Each appears as a Mobian animal with demonic traits (somewhat similar to the Reversians). They serve a demonic force known as Buer, the Black Wheel of Decay, who is the polar opposite of Ka, the Great Wheel of Being.
- 1 Information
- 2 The Original Members
- 3 Recruits
- 4 Fusion Form
- 5 Notes
- 6 Theme Song
All seven of the Hell's Hounds gang are cruel, sadistic and destructive. They'll ravage an opponent's self-confidence, making them feel worthless. They love to possess people and turn them against their friends. They never seem to have a major goal, other than to spread chaos and discord.
Even though they're a team, they'll still argue, belittle and nitpick with one another.
The Original Members
Andras the Crow
The unofficial leader of Hell's Hounds.
Byleth the Cat
Often seen as the least serious of Hell's Hounds, quite similar to Flying Frog. Nonetheless, Byleth is just as dangerous as his friends.
Gamygin the Echidna
The brute, although he is not brawny.
Kimaris the Hedgehog
Marax the Wolf
The wild-card of the group, also the most verbally aggressive.
Vassago the Hare
Xaphan the Weasel
The original seven Hounds have decided to recruit other demons into their gang. These recruits are being trained to successfully possess people and spread chaos and discord.
Cassimolar the Rat
He is being trained by Andras.
Dantalian the Possum
He is being trained by Byleth.
Furtur the Elk
He is being trained by Gamygin.
Nisroch the Chameleon
He is being trained by Kimaris.
Orobas the Ram
He is being trained by Marax.
Roneve the ???
He is being trained by Vassago.
Ukobach the Viper
He is being trained by Xaphan.
The Hell's Hounds Gang can fuse together to create a monstrous being known as Anvasamylekimaran, or better known as "Devil Hound".
- All of the members (excluding Xaphan) are named after certain demons from the Ars Goetia in The Lesser Key of Solomon.