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==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
===[[Shingeki no Bahamut Virgin Soul]]===
 
===[[Shingeki no Bahamut Virgin Soul]]===
Dante was one of the [[Demons/Fallen Angels|demons]] by [[Charioce XVII]]'s knights and taken to [[Anatae]] as prisoners. He was deeply discontent with his new life and sought a means to escape. Prior to meeting with Azazel, Dante had not yet successfully found a way to incite a rebellion.
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Dante was one of the [[Demons/Fallen Angels|demons]] by [[Charioce XVII]]'s knights and taken to [[Anatae]] as prisoners. He was deeply discontent with his new life and sought a means to escape. Prior to meeting with Azazel, Dante had not yet successfully found a way to incite a rebellion.
   
[[Azazel]], more famously known as "The Ragged Demon", discovered Dante and [[Belphegor]] and opt to try and free the pair. However, Charioce XVII was prepared for such an attempt and had set up a trap beforehand, and thus the three demons became surrounded when they tried to flee the city.
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[[Azazel]], more famously known as "The Ragged Demon", discovered Dante and [[Belphegor]] and opt to try and free the pair. However, Charioce XVII was prepared for such an attempt and had set up a trap beforehand, and thus the three demons became surrounded when they tried to flee the city.
   
 
Dante was killed by the knights, and his death shocked Belphegor so deeply she failed to run and escape a golem whose fist came crashing down upon her. Their deaths were deeply mourned by Azazel.
 
Dante was killed by the knights, and his death shocked Belphegor so deeply she failed to run and escape a golem whose fist came crashing down upon her. Their deaths were deeply mourned by Azazel.
   
After escaping captivity himself, Azazel paid a visit to the location of Dante and Belphegor's deaths. Damage to the area remained though their bodies had been removed. When Azazel later confronted [[Lucifer]] on the latter's apparent cowardice and unwillingness to help rescue their people, Lucifer referenced to Dante and Belphegor when he mentioned Azazel's failure to save any demon.
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After escaping captivity himself, Azazel paid a visit to the location of Dante and Belphegor's deaths. Damage to the area remained though their bodies had been removed. When Azazel later confronted [[Lucifer]] on the latter's apparent cowardice and unwillingness to help rescue their people, Lucifer referenced to Dante and Belphegor when he mentioned Azazel's failure to save any demon.
   
 
==Powers & Abilities==
 
==Powers & Abilities==
   
 
==In Lore==
 
==In Lore==
Dante is the name of a poet who wrote about a fictional journey down to Hell known as ''Dante's Inferno''.
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Dante is the name of a poet who wrote about a fictional journey down to Hell known as ''Dante's Inferno''.
   
 
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Revision as of 11:35, November 11, 2017

Dante
Dante 2
Characteristics
Kanji: ダンテ
Romaji: Dante
Status: Deceased
Gender: Male
Race: Demon
Anime Debut: Virgin Soul Episode 4
Seiyuu: Takanori Hoshino
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Dante (ダンテ, Dante) was one of the leaders of the demon resistance.

Appearance

Personality

Plot

Shingeki no Bahamut Virgin Soul

Dante was one of the demons by Charioce XVII's knights and taken to Anatae as prisoners. He was deeply discontent with his new life and sought a means to escape. Prior to meeting with Azazel, Dante had not yet successfully found a way to incite a rebellion.

Azazel, more famously known as "The Ragged Demon", discovered Dante and Belphegor and opt to try and free the pair. However, Charioce XVII was prepared for such an attempt and had set up a trap beforehand, and thus the three demons became surrounded when they tried to flee the city.

Dante was killed by the knights, and his death shocked Belphegor so deeply she failed to run and escape a golem whose fist came crashing down upon her. Their deaths were deeply mourned by Azazel.

After escaping captivity himself, Azazel paid a visit to the location of Dante and Belphegor's deaths. Damage to the area remained though their bodies had been removed. When Azazel later confronted Lucifer on the latter's apparent cowardice and unwillingness to help rescue their people, Lucifer referenced to Dante and Belphegor when he mentioned Azazel's failure to save any demon.

Powers & Abilities

In Lore

Dante is the name of a poet who wrote about a fictional journey down to Hell known as Dante's Inferno.

Navigation

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