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Lamashtu is a demon goddess of Hell, one of the Sisters of Eve, and the former soul mate of Pazuzu.

God created Lamashtu and her sister as possible candidates to marry Adam. But only Eve agreed to become his wife, while other sisters preferred to join the First of the Fallen as the demonic goddesses of Hell.

During the Rising Darkness, the Brujería hired Lamashtu to disguise herself as Sister Luisa at a Catholic Church in Mexico City to devour newborns and suck their energy, but she was stopped by John Constantine using the Icon of Pazuzu.[1]

Powers

  • Demon Physiology: Like every demon, Lamashtu has special abilities.
    • Immortality: As an demon, Lamashtu is functionally immortal, and cannot die by any ordinary means.
    • Metamorphosis: Lamashtu can manipulate his physical shape at will.
    • Illusion Casting: Lamashtu is able to cast realistic illusions into the minds of others.
    • Energy Absorption: Lamashtu manages to drain the life energy of babies she robs.
    • Superhuman Strength: As an demon, Lamashtu possesses strength far greater than any normal human.
    • Superhuman Speed: Lamashtu is far faster than common humans.
    • Claws

Abilities

  • Multilingualism: Lamashtu speak several languages.
  • Deception/Acting: Lamashtu is skilled at deceiving people, able to work closely with the nuns without them realizing who her really is.
  • Occultism

Weaknesses


  • This character or object is an adaptation of Lamashtu, a character or object in traditional stories. These include, but may not be limited to religious texts, myth, and/or folk lore. More information on the original can be found at Wikipedia.org.
  • Lamashtu/Sister Luisa was portrayed by Paloma Guzman.

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