Lore[edit | edit source]
Solomon's spell had been broken... Bael should have been overjoyed, but a sad sensation swirled through his heart. "It's just that I felt a sense of camaraderie with the humans, if that's what you'd call it..." He recalled the many times he had been summoned by Solomon and the days of countless battles. Though he should have felt humiliated by those days, for some reason he missed them dearly.
Acquisition[edit | edit source]
- Added on August 23, 2013 as a Reward card from Battle Royale XIV:
- Final BR point rank 1-40, 151-300 (x2), 301-500.
- Guild victory count 24-27.
- Guild Final BR point rank 1 (x2), 2-3, 4-6 (x2), 7-10, 11-25 (x2), 26-50.
- Reappeared on November 22, 2013 during Battle Royale XVII, available only with Special BR17 UR Ticket.
- Can be drawn from the Legend Card Pack using an LCP Claim Ticket.
Name origin[edit | edit source]
The word "Ba'al" literally means "lord" or "ruler", which was probably the initial origin of this name. It's fitting then that Bael, most commonly known by the name Beelzebub, was considered the highest ranked figure of the 72 demons in the Lesser Key of Solomon, which made him presumably second in power only to Satan himself. The full name "Beelzebub" comes from the words "Ba'al" and "Zebub", which together mean "Lord of the Flies". Gods-and-Monsters.com
Additional Info[edit | edit source]
Artwork by Marat Ars.