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Lucifer Morningstar is a fallen rebel archangel who was cast out of Heaven as punishment for leading the revolt of the angels.

Deal With Merlin

Long ago, Lucifer was visited by his son, the powerful sorcerer, Merlin. Lucifer was offered a deal by Merlin. Lucifer accepted his offer and sent Etrigan the Demon to Earth, where Merlin was able to bond him to Jason Blood.[1]

The Devil's Dive

At some point Lucifer temporarily left Hell to live on Earth and ran a carnival called "The Devil's Dive".[2]

Demon Knights

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Hell Is Earth

After innumerable attempts, Belial was able to finally overthrow Lucifer as King of Hell. Dethroned, Lucifer was kept in a cage by Belial.[3]

Powers

  • Angel Physiology: As a fallen archangel, Lucifer possesses immense supernatural power.
    • Cosmic Awareness: Lucifer possesses understanding of the workings of the universe on a cosmic scale.[2]
    • Dimensional Travel: Lucifer is capable of using his power to tear dimensional rifts in reality. Lucifer can travel through these portals himself or send other people through them. He once banished the demon Etrigan to the main Earth of the Multiverse by sending him through a portal.[1]
    • Enhanced Senses: As an angel, Lucifer's senses are enhanced to levels much greater than any normal human.
    • Flight: Lucifer was able to fly through the use of his angelic wings,[5] before he eventually asked Dream of the Endless to cut them off.[6] He later grew demonic, bat-like wings that he can use to fly.[7]
    • Immortality: As a fallen angel, Lucifer is functionally immortal, and cannot die by any ordinary means. He will never grow physically old and can live forever.
    • Invulnerability: Lucifer is capable of withstanding high amounts of physical damage without taking any harm. He is unaffected by objects such as bullets.[4]
    • Magic: Lucifer is capable of using forbidden magic spells for various purposes. One spell allowed him to create a shard of calcified moonlight from a raven's feather.[8]
    • Metamorphosis: Lucifer is able to transform into various appearances at will.[4]
    • Necromancy: Lucifer possesses control over the damned souls of Hell and has made deals with humans in exchange for souls.[9]
    • Photokinesis: Lucifer is able to generate blinding amounts of white hot light.[10]
    • Power Distribution: Lucifer is capable of distributing power to others. He was capable of granting Etrigan his full power back, after it was taken away.[11]
    • Pyrokinesis: Lucifer is capable of generating and manipulating hell-fire. He is able to engulf himself in these flames, as well as generate it from his fingertips to light cigarettes.[12]
      • Disintegration: Lucifer can use his power over fire to incinerate other beings, as he did with two of his demon guards.[13]
    • Regeneration: Lucifer can heal any wound instantly with no level of difficulty, even replacing destroyed tissue. Lucifer was able to grow himself a pair of eyes after they were previously destroyed.[6] [14]
    • Superhuman Strength: As an archangel, Lucifer possesses strength far greater than any normal human.
    • Telekinesis: Lucifer is capable of telekinetically manipulating the movement of people and objects.[4] He was able to effortlessly snap a man's neck with the snap of his fingers, as well as project blasts of telekinetic energy.[4]

Abilities

Equipment

  • Clairvoyant Mirror: By looking through a mirror in his possession Lucifer can see events transpiring in locations he doesn't have access to, in a similar way to a crystal ball.[5]
  • This character is an adaptation of Lucifer, a character 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.

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