Alas, the demon! The demon! The demon has come! It's Mephistopheles! That vile demon!
Height & Weight
188cm ・ 78kg
Not a human, but neither a demon.
Mephistopheles is demon of temptation that appears in Goethe's masterpiece, ｢Faust｣. Waging a bet with God on whatever Dr. Faust would fall into depravity or not, Mephisto attempts to pull him into the path of evil.
Mephistopheles exhausts all arts of coaxing and succeeds into enticing Faust into the path of evil. However, just before his soul was cast to hell, Faust had his soul saved by a loved one. Ah, how magnificent of a happy end!
...of course, it is different in ｢reality｣. The excellent magus Faust minted a single homunculus. Naming him Mephistopheles, Faust was very affectionate to him, but was betrayed as if only natural and died.
At a first glance, he seems to faithfully work in a cheerful manner. However, he thinks of his Master as nothing but a toy to entertain himself and will try to drive the Master into despair if given the chance. In other words, one just have to take the proper attitude as magus... do not trust him.
Innocent Monster: B
Contract demon ■■■■■■■■■. The name of a monster that had his past and way of being has been distorted by means of the image born from his deeds while alive. His abilities and form was transformed. In his case, there is nothing but merits in that transformation.