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Although he did not seem any more out of the ordinary, he was commented on by many of the juveniles that pollute the school. Oga takes Beel to the park as what he calls his park debut.
There, he meets a young girl wearing glasses and pushing a stroller Aoi Kunieda in disguise. Oga attempts to become friendlier as he does not want to be thought of as cruel or uncaring. He sits near the girl and strikes up a conversation, the girl was later revealed to be one of the four Touhoushinki: Aoi Kunieda, the leader of the all-female Red Tails gang.
Although she wears a disguise at the park as a means to protect her reputation, Oga is completely oblivious when the two square off. He is unable to identify her, although it appears as though Beel was able to make the distinction less apparent. Aoi was the one looking for Oga as he was said to be "breaking a difficult and dangerous balance", an allusion to his complete destruction of both Kanzaki and Himekawa.
Aoi quickly proves herself to be a competent fighter, with rapid speed and a clear understanding of martial arts. She wields a wooden sword, and although not an actual sword, she yields the same results as though it were metallic, slicing the window barrings and their reinforcements.
Many of Aoi's opponents were surprised whenever she fought with a wooden sword and asked if a wooden sword could actually "cut" things. Become demon lord' s mother. Oga is quick to the challenge and avoids fighting her. Aoi is shocked to see that Oga is carrying a child, and is thrown completely off guard when he asks her to become Beel's mother.
The delinquents surrounding them awaiting to watch the two fight were all shocked as well. Although it was merely his means to ditch the demonic child, Aoi took this as more of an invitation to become his partner, and as such, she became infatuated with him. Oga's troubled road through Ishiyama continued when the final member of the Tohoshinki was revealed. Oga left his house after Beel showed signs of their severed bonds.
He was launched out of his window after showing a hurt and emotional Hilda his theory of leaving Beel. Although he was only referring to the electric shocks, Hilda smashed him through the window and ordered him to leave.
While walking through the park, Oga was attacked by Tojo's top fighter in an alleyway. Their fight was only a means of testing Oga's power, and as such, the subordinate left without any signs of anger or tiredness, a statistic Oga picked up on well. A confused Oga wondered about the relation the two shared. The subordinate answered calmly and then exited the alleyway, missing his next hit on Oga which was sure to be a devastating blow.
When Oga awoke the next morning, he noticed that Baby Beel and Hilda were missing. Furuichi pondered this and spoke openly on why Oga was taking the situation so lightly.
A jubilant Oga was cut short on his celebrations, and was forced to go search for the two by his estranged sister. Oga went to look by the river-bed as that was where he first found Beel. Tojo and his subordinate were there, and Beel was also present, this time riding on the back of Tojo. A fight ensued, and with that Oga began to notice issues with Beel.
His glazed eyes were unfocused and the attachment to Tojo was almost abnormal. Oga concluded that the power he had was enough to draw Beel towards him. Oga demanded to know how he found Be'el in the first place. Tojo answered honestly that he found Beel roaming the streets.
He then took a few jabs at Oga's terrible parenting skills. Beel was set to be the prize of the fight, and Oga was quickly beat to the point where he succumbed to serious injuries.
Oga took the upper hand, catching him of guard until he noticed the Zebul Spell contract on Tojo's upper arm. Oga vs Tojo Tojo sent Oga flying, then took Beel and left the scene. Oga returned home, bitter and angry, to find Hilda and a ghost-like creature in his stairway. The ghost-like creature turned out to be the demon doctor, a physician that is in Muumuu form, whom Hilda called to assist with the examination of Oga and Beel.
Oga immediately struck a nerve with the two commenting on both their looks assuming they were low-class demons. He wondered why the demon doctor was so animated. The doctor continued his examination of Oga with a few minor interruption in the form of Lamia his assistant. The doctor determined that the severing of the bond was because Oga was not powerful enough to keep up with Beel. A bruised Oga relinquished his role as surrogate father momentarily, in an attempt to regain his strength.
Oga wondered aloud whether Beel was better off with Tojo. He was snapped back into reality by Hilda and his fighting spirit eventually returned. While taking a shower, he was interrupted by Kanzaki's subordinate. Oga does not take to this smoothly however, and with blatant disregard, he tries to turn down the offer. However, he sees reason and the three make their way to the school. Unfortunately the trio is ambushed by local gangs, a tactic used cleverly by Tojo.
Kanzaki and Hajime fend off two opponents each and were dumbfounded to notice Oga handling the rest on his own. Unfortunately, the thugs continue to emerge, and the trio find themselves growing tired.
Aoi jumps in and fends them off one by one protecting the three from further harm. On his way, he notices fireworks being set off, and he continues on his way towards the location of the fireworks. He inquires to return it, stating that perhaps a fight over him would be more suitable.
Oga states his relation to Beel being more caring and out of friendship, then going to say that it is up to Beel to decide. The once warped Beel regains his composure and glazed look, and he creates a demon circle with strange markings.
A forcefield is created and the electricity it generates prevents anyone from entering. Oga penetrates the shield, doing more damage to himself. He gives Beel the same cocky smile he gave him during their training sessions. The two bonded once more and a "revival" of their core was created. The fight between the two was full of complacent blows and rigorous hits. However, Tojo repelled the attack and made a blitz behind Oga with a killing blow in mind.
Oga dodges and sidesteps him and returns to Beel and Furuichi's location Furuichi being there on his own accord.
Beel feeds Oga some power, and the contracting Zebul Spell is generated. Oga tells Beel to stay away from the fight, including his help with any Zebul Spell or magic of any kind. Beel realizes this, and he sinks his power back to himself. An exhausted Oga limbers back to Beel stating his win, and the two lock eyes. Oga then notices that his arm deformed during the fight. The magic built up and released straight through his arm. Saint Ishiyama High Arc Because Oga destroyed Ishiyama High, the delinquents from Ishiyama relocated to different schools, several of whom were relocated to Ishiyama's sister school, St.
The group was relocated for the time being while the school was reconstructed, as there were no other alternatives. The students of Saint Ishiyama were displeased by the presence of the delinquents. Oga and the others were immediately targeted and subsequently harassed for the most of their time at Saint Ishiyama.
Their presence was monitored through rotations, and the other students avoided the Ishiyama High refugees. However, there was one St. Ishiyama student, Kazuya Yamamurawho admired the delinquents, especially Oga and Furuichi, as he thought that they both defeated the Tohoshinki, when in fact it was only Oga.
Hilda was impressed to see Oga's "underling", telling him that he was "moving up in the world". Later after a fight with a rival school, Oga and Aoi, who was involved in the fight, were called to the principal's office.
To keep up appearances, the two weren't expelled but instead chosen to keep the other Ishiyama students in line. Despite being told not to go near the St. Ishiyama students, they went to visit Kazuya and were surrounded by two of the Rokkisei, Ichiro Shinjou, and Mitsuteru Sakaki. Knowing they would get expelled for fighting, Aoi and Oga both outclassed them without resorting to violence. Aoi sliced off the end of Sakaki's bokuto with a ruler.
Oga dodged all of Ichiro's punches while asking him questions. After realizing their defeat, Shinjou and Sakaki decided to leave. Heading back to their classroom, they then heard that Hajime had gone to avenge Shiroyama for getting unfairly beat up by some Saint Ishiyama students. Aoi and Oga arrived just in time to see Hajime badly beaten by Hisaya Miki. When Nene tried to pick up Hajime, she was taunted by Miki and was held back by Oga when she tried to attack him.
Before the group left, Miki asked Oga and his friends to come to the school rooftop to fight. After showing up, the Ishiyama delinquents found four of the Six Holy Knights: Miki, Sakaki, Ichiro, and Hiromichi. At first, Oga stated that he would fight all of them.
He was joined by Tatsuya, Aoi, and Shintaro. Each began their own fight while Oga defeated Ichiro with one punch. Hajime jumped in to fight Miki and was sent flying by Oga. Miki said that if Kanzaki had continued to fight, he would have been severely hurt due to his old wounds. Oga claimed that he did not know anything about this. His only reason for knocking him out was apparently to move him out of the way.
The fight between Oga and Miki resumed. The next day, Oga's name along with everyone who was present for the fight are put on the suspension list, except the Rokkisei, but are given a chance if they defeat them at a volleyball game during the festival.
After being tricked into playing, initially not caring for Hilda's edited flim, Oga skips a day to fight Miki but is defeated by the Izuma style finisher the Black Owl Killeralthough this attack is strong enough to take down Oga in one hit, it must be stressed that Oga actually intended to take the blow to measure Mikki's strength, and made no effort to dodge it. The day of the festival arrives as Oga finishes his new move, and the volleyball match begins.
After having a rough time, they use Beel to feint and won the game, but after their victory, the school is attacked by one of Oga's old enemies.
Miki moves to fight the opponents and is at first overwhelmed, Oga, realizing that Miki can't take them all on by himself, joins in the fight, The others go after the enemies holding people hostage. Oga almost blew his secret but is covered by Izuma, who knows about demon powers.
At the end of the festival, Ishiyama is accepted as part of the school. Prince En Arc After the invasion by Kariya is over, Oga is seen talking to Hilda about Izuma knowing about demon energy and the next day heading to school remembering how he never got any info on Izuma while at school he is seen being greeted by St.
Ishiyama students, then being asked by Miki to walk home together but quickly refuses him. He is then confronted by Kuineda about who baby Beel is; as he tries to explain, he hurts baby Beel's feeling because he doesn't remember his full name. Baby Beel runs into a wet nurse who looks like Hilda as she knocks out Furuichi, who was listening in. She tries to kiss Oga, but is blocked by the real Hilda. As two other wet nurses come in, a boy named En appears, claiming himself to be Baby Beel's brother.
Before he can say more, they move to Furuichi's house. After explaining his purpose to destroy the world with Beel, En and his wet nurses soon disappear after explaining that some of En's men will come for Oga's life. As Oga, Hilda, and Kuineda head home, a moment of silence came.
When Kunieda had to split because her home was the other direction, a demon suddenly appeared and caught her. Oga and Hilda came up with a plan to save Kunieda, with Oga acting as a bait so Hilda could save her. The plan went just as planned, but the demon read their tactics. Hilda got pierced with the demon's spear, right through her stomach. Falling helplessly on the road, baby Beel was about to cry until Oga stopped him, saying that Hilda was still watching over him.
Oga comments that even though she has a hole on her stomach, her concern was still Baby Beel. Enraged because of what happened, Oga fought the demon even though there was no use fighting. Zenjuro suddenly appeared and stopped the demon before it was too late for them. Hilda was soon taken care of by Lamia and Dr. Later that night, Hilda apologized to Oga saying that what happened earlier was a pathetic story.
She was planning to say more, but inadvertently fell asleep. After being defeated easily, Oga takes up Kuineda's grandfather's offer for training. Oga completes his super move!! Once Oga finished his training he went to where Hilda and the others were to fight the demons, holding Alaindelon like a sword and when the fight begins Oga shows all his power defeating the demon, who had previously defeated him and Hilda, with one shot.
Also as a consequence of his training, Oga develops an extreme attack, comically dubbed Super Milk Time,  whereby he drinks Baby Beel's milk as a way of increasing their synchronisation ratio, thus enabling Oga to use Beel's power without limit. As a result, he can unleash a frantic, wild attack that can overwhelm even Saotome. As a trade-off, Oga and Beel's mentalities and bodies coalesce and Saotome has warned Oga that allowing himself to run on this state for longer than five minutes may overtax him physical and mentally to the point that he will lose his humanity.
He goes on to train under Ikaruga Suiten see below in order to keep this process under control. However, he has figured out some classical techniques from wrestling: Later, not wanting to be looked down on by Miki see belowhe starts to invent nonsensical names for his punches and kicks, so that they will sound more respectable like the elaborate movements of trained fighters.
However, his immense strength and agility mean that even basic techniques may become quite destructive in his hands. So far, he has learned one specialized movement, Nadeshiko, from Grandpa Kunieda, and in only one day's training became capable of using it to split massive rocks with ease. On his return from training with Suiten, he begins to show superhuman agility and strength similar to Saotome's, and a fine control of Beel's power that allows him to face demons as easily as delinquents.
Although he has no qualms about humiliating petty thugs who pick fights with him, e. In the case of Tojo, for example, after having won the fight against him, Oga is willing to have everyone leave the scene quickly to let Tojo brood over his defeat in peace.
He is also quick to acknowledge other people's strength or courage. Oga's fighting record is not only of clear-cut victories. When caught by surprise or lacking motivation, or unwilling to fight, Oga can be pushed back if the enemy is strong or agile enough, as in his first confrontation with Tojo who managed to land a punch on him when Oga got distracted by his tattoo and Aizawa who attacked from behind. Skilled martial artists like Miki and Kunieda may lack the strength to knock him out, but can come out of a fight against Oga largely unharmed by repeatedly evading or pushing him back.
The only humans who have been able thoroughly to defeat Oga are Grandpa Kunieda and Saotome Zenjuurou. Oga is easily agitated and does not avoid fighting. However, he also seems to care, at least to some degree, about his classmates, as he quickly stopped Nene when she was about to fight Miki, telling her she would lose if she did.
In a twisted manner, Oga is able to show some affection for his friends. For example, he misses Furuichi during holidays and uses Alaindelon to kidnap him from a five-star resort, if only to annoy him. He also resorts to the extreme measure of badly beating Miki up in order to prevent him from taking part in a fight against Kiriya and his gang see below. At the end of the manga he is trusted to care for Beel's little sister Nico. He is the youngest son of the Devil King. He is very attached to Oga, always clinging onto Oga's back or sitting on Oga's head.
When he becomes agitated and initially when he saw bloodhe'll often throw a tantrum that will spontaneously electrocute anyone within his vicinity. Without Oga, he is physically weaker than even the average human child,  but contact with Oga allows him to unleash his demonic powers.
After fearing for Oga's safety when he contracted a fever as his power would end up killing Ogahe severed the contract and ran away. He then became somewhat attached to Tojo, who resembles Oga at least in his own mind. Later, when Oga and Tojo start to fight, Beel snaps out of his fever and goes back to Oga.
At that point, their mutual trust becomes so great that Beel even erases the Zebub spell to allow Oga to fight Tojo without using demonic powers.
He, like other demons, is able to sense when a human is particularly strong, and this first leads him to take a liking to Kunieda. In the demon world, the extent of Beel's true power is finally known when he strikes down a gigantic monster bird in one hit and later defeats a monster larger than a mountain under Oga's direction. Through the series so far covering a period of about six monthshe shows some development, as expected from an infant, and his ability to interact with other people increases.
He and Kunieda's little brother Kouta see below develop a rivalry, with comic effect. Beel's power increases as he ages and so does Oga's, but the process is accelerated when both undergo training to allow Oga to control his possession by Beel.
She reveres the Devil, or Demon Lord, and feels that it is a great honour to be chosen as the child's "Mother", or caretaker, by the Demon Lord. Her most characteristic features include her Gothic Lolita appearance and as pointed out by Oga's mother "great big knockers. The left eye was only revealed in chapterand is normally hidden behind a fringe of hair.
That is because it shows moving things at one tenth of their normal speed and captures even minute objects; thus, if both eyes are working together for a long time, Hilda becomes nauseated by the discrepancy between them. Hilda rides a flying, leathery creature known as an AK-Baba  as transportation and owns an umbrella which conceals a sword in the handle.
She takes being Beel's mother quite seriously and even goes as far as to state that it was the only reason for her existence. As a fighter she is quite skilled. Her skills gained her the nickname "Oga Bride" at Ishiyama, as she dispatches her enemies in a similar manner to Oga e. In the anime, she has developed an interest in watching soap opera, much to Oga's disbelief.
Hilda and Oga's rapport is pragmatic for the most part. Hilda often looks down on him and never hesitates to mock him, but at the same time acknowledges his strength and allies with him in Beel's interest.
In turn, he finds her cold and manipulative personality annoying, but does follow her advice. However, it is shown on rare occasions that they do care about each other and work extremely well together in a fight. Initially in the manga, Hilda was probably the most powerful of the series' protagonists, as she was able to, for a short time, fight with Saotome while Oga, Tojou, and Izuma were taken out instantly by the teacher.
When she becomes serious in a fight, she becomes surrounded by a pure black aura, which she then channels into her sword for a powerful attack. It is implied that, as with Beel, her full-fledged powers are much greater than what she is able to show in the human world, but she would need a human contractor to access them. She is considered to be the very elite among demon wet nurses, and is able to defeat Lord En's three maids single-handedly see below.
More recently, though,  Oga may have surpassed her by learning to use Beel's powers. Kunieda see below may also have become a match for Hilda after seemingly having trained to improve her sword skill  and procuring help from Koma and Ikaruga Nazuna see below. Just recently her age was revealed to be November 11  Another first year at Ishiyama, Furuichi seems to be the only non-delinquent student there and has little, if any, fighting ability. He often points out the absurdities in Oga's situation, acting as the rational and most passive member of the group.
Furuichi often complains about Oga, stating that just because he hangs around with him, people take him for a delinquent as well.
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He is also implied to be quite a good student, and Miki says that his grades would have easily earned him a place in Saint Ishiyama School. He is a prototypical lovelorn teenager and is always scheming to ingratiate himself with the fair sex, to little avail: He envies Oga for being the object of Kunieda's love and for having Hilda under the same roof see below.
He is very conscious of his own weakness and will not stand up to thugs, although he is quick to do an about-face when a pretty girl is involved. At these junctures, he shows considerable strategy and is even ruthless, for example using baby Beel to electrocute several enemies in a pool,  suggesting a different but no less evil commonality with Oga.
Furuichi and Oga seem to be reciprocal only friends, and the former is often the one that Oga goes to for conversation. He is comically referred to as "idiot Furuichi" by Oga, and is often the victim of many jokes in the story, although he is shown to have a darker side to him as well: Furuichi is not above returning to Oga some of the distress he is involved in because of him, and does not mind having Oga electrocuted as collateral damage in the episode described above.
Their mutual loyalty is very fierce: Oga becomes riled up when Himekawa kidnaps and manhandles his friend, and Furuichi does not refrain from standing on Oga's side in tight spots, and even to put himself in danger to help him. Furuichi quickly if reluctantly forgives him for kidnapping him from his holiday resort.
He has a younger sister, Honoka. The story of how such disparate characters got along is eventually told. It turns out that Oga sees Furuichi as being very strong, but in a different way: In chapterBehemoth see below wonders about Furuichi's ability to channel demonic power, despite the fact that Furuichi seems to be only a normal human.
Wataru Takagi First appearance: One-shot A dimensional transfer demon working under Hildegarde, he is first seen floating down the river with an arrow on his chest. He sees Oga forcing other delinquents to kneel before him and decides to deliver baby Beel to him as a potential parent.
He is heavily built and is most often seen wearing a tank-top and boxer-shorts. After Oga becomes Beel's parent he moves in with Furuichi, against the boy's wishes. It is revealed in Chapter 42 that he has a daughter,  but in the course of the story he also displays homosexual affection for Furuichi, much to the latter's chagrin.
These tendencies are exaggerated in the anime. He is supposed to be a satirical representation of the singer Freddie Mercury and is named after French actor Alain Delon ; his appearances are often used for comic effect.
Despite that, he is considered highly competent by Hilda, both as an assistant and a transdimensional demon: Alaindelon often advises Hilda about Oga and Beel. Both demons later join St. Ishiyama disguised as students in order to try to identify demons hiding in the school see below. Ishiyama High[ edit ] Ishiyama is described as "the hoodlum school": It is accidentally destroyed by Oga on chapter The four leaders of the delinquent forces in Ishiyama High.
In the English subtitled version of the anime by Crunchyrollthe abbreviation TKKH using the first letters of their surnames is used. While initially introduced as antagonists early in the series, the four later become Oga's most loyal followers, each gaining the King's Emblem located on different parts of their body that allows them to tap into Beelzebub's demon powers during fights to a level that allows them to go toe-to-toe with other demon contract holders.
June 1 The first of the four to be introduced, he was the closest to dominating the school at the time. A sadistic and malignant third year, he was sought out by Oga to be a replacement father for Beel, Oga hoping Kanzaki's purportedly sinister and malicious character would be more appealing to the demon baby than his own.
However, after Kanzaki viciously humiliates Shiroyama, his most loyal underling and until then his right-hand man, Oga becomes enraged and punches Kanzaki through a top-story window, sending him to the hospital and further solidifying Beel's attachment to him.
After that, Kanzaki loses his retinue, save for Shiroyama and Natsume see below.
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He later consorted with Himekawa and Oga in order to pull down the powerful Tojo, but gets caught up with Himekawa in a fight against Tojo's underlings and is sent to the hospital again due to injuries contracted in the explosion that destroyed the school. Later he begins to reciprocate the loyalty of his remaining subordinates - now better described as friends - such as when he goes to get revenge for Shiroyama after he is beaten up by St.
Ishiyama High students, and his character evolves in a more likable fashion. Ishiyama, he seeks to preserve the reputation of the Ishiyama students against the advances of the six Horsemen see belowand starts to show some loyalty to Oga and the others. His considerable and unwarranted pride is often depicted in comical fashion, such as when he intervenes to relieve Tojo, who is much stronger than he is, in a fight against a demon.
His fighting style is raw and brutal, and does not appear to have any technique, but is effective against the average thug. On chapterthe reader learns that Kanzaki is indeed the second son of a yakuza family and has a little niece from his brother.
He wears a small chain hanging from his left ear and from a piercing below his mouth. It is revealed that Kanzaki becomes enraged if someone pulls the chain and in these occasions he becomes three times stronger than normal.
However, he was then branded with a secondary Zebub Spell, effectively becoming Beel's first human knight, and proceeded to defeat all of his opponents single-handedly. Kenji Nomura First appearance: A strong, tall third-year, he is nevertheless easily defeated by Oga with a single shot to the chin. Even after his humiliation by Kanzaki and the dissolution of the latter's gang, he remains attached to Kanzaki. Later, when he is sent to the hospital by St.
Ishiyama students, Kanzaki visits upon him. He escapes the hospital to support Ishiyama against the Horsemen in the volleyball match, but is taken back by the staff. He is often seen acting as Kanzaki's voice of reason. Daisuke Kishio First appearance: Handsome and long-haired, he prefers to make lighthearted quips during frays to engaging in them personally.
Though he rarely participates in fights himself, he is incredibly strong, taking out the MK5 by himself and even downing one of Tojo's underlings within seconds. From this it is implied that Natsume is significantly stronger than previously credited, as not even Kanzaki or Himekawa were capable of such a feat.
He shows these fighting skills again when he blocks Gou Hiromichi from attacking Oga head on, later stating during their fight, "it's not really my style to go all out in a fight.
Ogino Seirou First appearance: Using money to solve his problems, he bribes friends and enemies into his employment, often turning the tables on dissident challengers by co-opting their own friends against them. This tactic proved completely useless on Oga, and Himekawa was the first victim of the Zebub Blast. He has a slightly outlandish appearance, including his hair in Pompadour hairstyle and his constant use of sunglasses, most often complete with a Hawaii shirt.
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For comedic effect, he is shown to be quite handsome without his glasses and with his hair brushed down, which makes him look like a completely different person. Although a capable fighter, Himekawa uses underhanded tactics to prevail, such as having his opponents break their fists by punching a ceramic tile shield hidden under his shirt, or electrocuting them with a shock-baton both are shown to be useless against Oga.
In his first appearance, he resorted to outright criminal acts to lure Oga, such as kidnapping Furuichi and threatening to kill him and Hilda. He behaved quite viciously towards her, shooting her garments multiple times with a water gun filled with acid in search of a mobile phone.
After losing his gang and later at St. Ishiyama, his character also evolves in a more positive fashion. Like Kanzaki, he starts to show some loyalty to his colleagues, especially to Oga, even stopping an attack by Sakaki Mitsuteru against an unarmed Kunieda. His strategic skills prove useful when he clinches a deal with St. Ishiyama's teachers to prevent his and his colleagues' expulsion. He is also the source of outside information regarding other gangs and always seems to be in the knowing of what is going on outside the classroom.
It is revealed in chapter that he has abnormal puzzle-solving skills. Even for the standards of upper class families, Himekawa is granted extravagant means by his family: