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The Demon attacking Jesus in Incident: 111A
Debut: Incident: 111A
Appearances: 1 (non-canon)
Role(s): Antagonist
Kills: 2 (non-canon)
Deaths: 0

The Demon is a mysterious character who only appeared in Incident: 111A and not in any canon episode.

Powers and abilities

The demon has several powerful and horror-like abilities. For example it seems to possess agents and move them to other places, in a very short time. It can also twist and mangle the body parts of possessed agents at impossible angles.

It is because of this that the demon kills its victims very quick. An example is when it kills an agent and writes "YOU NEED ME" with blood onto the wall in a very short amount of time. It seems to kill with its appendages, but how it exactly kills isn't shown.

Another ability is that it can teleport. This is done multiple times to confuse and attack Jesus.


Incident: 111A

After Jesus had killed 2 agents, he tries to kill the third Agent but the Demon flashes from the back of the agent's head. Jesus rubs his eyes and targets the agent again, who seems to have abnormally moved a little to the left. He reappears and the agent's head is turned and snapped at an impossible angle to look directly at Jesus. Jesus becomes frustrated and looks through the scope of his rifle yet again. This time Jesus finds the agent has been slaughtered, and the words "YOU NEED ME" are written on the wall with his blood. The Demon suddenly appears right in front of Jesus and his head begins to bleed. The Demon's presence is considered to be 'pure evil', that it disrupts living organisms functionality, thus rendering Jesus prey to the Demon. The screen goes to black, then shows increasing amounts of blood splatter as the watcher can hear sounds of Jesus being killed, signified by blood splats, followed shortly by a bigger splatter.