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Demon, also known as hostile sub-terrestrial,[1] was a type of supernatural lifeform native to various hell dimensions separated from Earth and generally considered to be evil due to their lack of souls and their destructive tendencies. The term was widely used to describe any creature that was not a deity, robot, unmodified human, or standard terrestrial animal. Though individual powers varied between different demon species, most, if not all, demon species possessed greater strength, endurance, and natural abilities than humans.[citation needed]


Buffy old ones demon

The Old Ones are banished from Earth.

The original and most powerful demons on Earth were deity-like extradimensional beings called the Old Ones. They lived on Earth during the Primordium Age after they were brought there from their home dimensions by the Seed of Wonder.[2]

However, as time passed, new, mortal creatures began to appear on Earth and turn on and fight against the demons, and the Old Ones either retreated to other dimensions or interbred with humans.[3] According to the Last Guardian, the last pure demon that walked the Earth during this period was killed by Sineya using the .[4]

By modern times, demonic creatures native to Earth were not full demons, but had a percentage of human heritage due to their ancestors' crossbreeding,[5] while full demons, like lower beings, were native to other dimensions.


Physical characteristics[]

That's a weird place for a horn. That's not a horn.
Dawn Summers[src]

A variety of demons emerging.

It's unknown what specifically constituted a demon. Maggie Walsh, the Head Scientist of the Initiative, referred to demons in classes ("Sub-T-67119 demon-class, Polgara species").[6] Anya — an experienced demon herself — also claimed Sluggoth demons belonged to the same phylum as regular worms.[7]

Demons came in a variety of shapes and forms with hundreds of known species of demons with diverse traits. Most demons were commonly bipedal or humanoid, very likely due to generations of interbreeding with humans; along with reptilian, mammalian, and insectoid features such as such as claws, rough skin, horns and sharp teeth. Most demons (obviously barring the Old Ones) were sized roughly similar to or slightly larger than humans,[citation needed] though could be as big as the Haxil beast[8] or even tiny like Gachnar.[9]

Other demons shared an appearance closer to non-human animals: insectoids such as the She-Mantis, Queller demons, Ghora demons,[10] Suvolte demons:[11] arachnids like the Gavrok Box creatures,[12] the Grimslaw demon,[13] Ragna demon, black widower demon, and Najakot demon: reptiles like Machida, lizard demons, Kenny: and even imitated plant life like the root monster.[14]

Like animals, demonic species could go extinct, such as the Army of Doom,[15] Sluggoths demons, and Ragna demons. However, the last two were successfully recreated, using magic[16] and selective breeding[17] respectively.

Morality and behavior[]

Of course we want trouble. We're demons. We're really all about trouble.

By nature, the majority of demons were innately evil, merciless, and unsympathetic towards humans, animals and even some other demons. The reason for this seemed to stem from the lack of a soul which provided a sense of feeling culpable to one's wrong doings, evident by the fact that, when humans became vampires, they lost the ability to feel general remorse. Confusing the issue was that most demons killed as a natural survival instinct, while others committed evil acts for their own recreational enjoyment, or religious/cultural reasons.[citation needed] Fred claimed that the act of a bug demon planting its offspring into the cranium of a Durslar beast was "all fine and Darwinian."[18]

For this demons were seen as purely evil creatures with death as the only case for dealing them. There were, however, some cases of morally sound demonic species or individuals, such as Whistler, Listers, Jhiera, Kwaini demons, Val Trepkos, Mellish, Merl, Kamal, Codger demons, Yarbnie demons, Clem, Carlos, Kenny, Rory, Eldre Koh, and Lorne (who appreciated human culture despite being a member of the violent Deathwok Clan).[citation needed] It was also shown that a soulless demon could reform so much they could form special bonds with humans, such as the vampire Spike who developed a strong love for Buffy Summers (albeit initially having it mixed up with a stalker-like obsession),[19] leading him to fight for his soul back to become a better man.[20][7]

Like humans, some demons and even whole civilizations of demons could change their violent nature. Kamal was a violent demon who nonetheless became the protector of a woman who was fated to give birth to a savior.[21] A species living in Quor'toth became pacifists by observing the father-son love between Holtz and Connor.[22] The Anharran demons, known for being bloodthirsty and archaic, later became civilized and peaceful through Dawn Summers's influence.[23] The Old One Illyria also gained faith in humanity shortly before she sacrificed herself.[24]

Being transformed into a demon could also result in one developing their tendencies and a loss in their humanity. When Giles was transformed into a Fyarl demon, he shortly began to give in to the desire of killing people.[25]

Some vengeance demons seemed to believe their acts of murder, torture and extreme unpleasantness were justified by the lesser crimes of humans. For example, Anyanka did evil deeds based on the wrong-doings of males,[26] while Halfrek focused on the neglect of children. They themselves preferred the term "justice demons."[27] However, while vengeance demons claimed to be acting on the behalf of the person they granted vengeance wishes for, the person who made the wish would sometimes end up falling victim to the wish itself. For example, Cordelia made a wish that created an alternate reality where she ended up dying.[28] Additionally, Halfrek was willing to leave Dawn trapped inside her house after wishing that her friends and family wouldn't leave her, literally trapping anyone who entered the house forever.[27]

The morality of half-demons tended to vary. William Blim,[29] Pearl, and Nash were evil (though in the twins' case it likely had more to do with their upbringing by their human mother),[30] while the Groosalugg,[14] the Listers, and Doyle[31] were allied with human morals. Likewise, becoming part-demon had no effect whatsoever on Cordelia Chase's morality.[32]

A demon's intelligence also varied among different species. A lot of demons such as vampires, vengeance demons, and various others possessed intelligence similar to humans,[citation needed] while others like hellhounds[26] (along with their tamable Pylean counterpart) were akin to animals in intelligence, being purely, mindlessly feral.[33]


Demons reproduced in diverse and complex ways. Some species, including vampires and wraith-er demons,[34] reproduced by infecting humans and then inhabiting them and using their bodies. Others, such as Haxil beasts[8] and Skilosh demons,[35] infected humans in order to use their bodies to gestate their young. Some demon species reproduced via sexual intercourse.[citation needed] Some indeterminate number of these species, for instance Brachen demons and Listers, were cross-fertile with humans.[31] Some demon species reproduced via asexual methods, such as budding. Some other appeared to have been created or manufactured by some other entity (magic practitioner, Old One, Power) and did not reproduce on their own.[citation needed] Thaumogenesis would result in the accidental creation of a demon from a spell, often one of a great deal of power where the said demon acted as a way to balance the effects of the spell.[36][37]


Judge feed

The Judge needs to kill benevolent or hopeful lifeforms to sustain himself.

Most demons were carnivores, mostly preferring human flesh as the best food source. According to Giles, some demons fed on the flesh of the dead to absorb their souls.[38]

Some demons had diets tailored towards a specific substance, for example: vampires drank blood, Norman Pfister (in his maggot-form) devoured his victims completely within in a few minutes,[39] Hellhounds feed on the brains of their victims,[26] Lei-ach demons were known to eat bone marrow,[40] the Wig Lady enjoyed eating humans who ate the Doublemeat Medley,[41] Sluks needed lots of water (particularly in human bodies),[42] Gnarl ate human skin,[43] Grimslaw demons fed on human hearts,[13] Strom demons sucked the organs out of their victims,[44] there was a finger-eating demon,[45] Tezcatcatl devoured the bloody heart of human heroes to obtain invincibility,[46] Ragna demons captured and devoured their victims in a manner similar to actual spiders and various species were known to feed off human hearts.[47] According to Willy, he was able to generate business by selling his demonic patrons fried chicken fingers.[6]

Certain demons have a preference for human virgins, including Machida,[48] Yeska[49] and Avilas,[50] or human babies, as seen with Lurconis,[51] Grox'lar beasts[52] and a unidentified species.[53]

Some demons feed on demon flesh. Lizard demons ate some of their young during hatching season,[21] Drokken beasts ate anything they preyed on,[54] Ano-Movic demons had a time-honored tradition that involved eating the brains of their fiancee's previous husband (demon or not) in order strengthen their love by absorbing his,[55] Sebassis drank the blood of his slave belonging to own his species[56][57] and black widower demons engaged in sexual cannibalism.[58]

Some demons practised cooking considered illegal in the human world. Examples include eating venues belonging to Richard Straley[55] or Torg.[59] When preparing for a negotiation between fueding demon clans, Wolfram & Hart employed a caterer specialized in ethno-demonic cooking.[60]

Certain demons were herbivores, like the Vigorie from Oden Tal.[61]

Other demons had obscure and somewhat metaphysical needs for sustenance. Der Kindestod fed specifically on the life force of sick children,[62] Gachnar fed on fear,[9] Thesulac demons feed on the presence of insecurity,[63] Shur-hod demons[64] and the root monster fed on the life force of humans and even other demons,[14] Clem fed on emotions, soul eaters were known for feeding on human souls,[65] puppet demons fed on the life force of children,[66] Lorophage demons fed on psychological traumas,[67] the demon rock star Billy Rage fed on the fascination of his groupies,[68] a Hamelin demon fed on the family-related traumas of children,[69] the Soul Glutton absorbed human souls and magical energy to strengthen himself,[70] Najakot demons fed on magical energy,[71] and incubi fed specifically on the life force of human females.[72]

Powers and abilities[]

The individual powers that demons possessed varied from species to species, but some appeared to be common to most, if not all species:


Do you have any idea what I do to a man who uses that spell to summon me?

Certain demons could be beckoned, controlled and directed by specific methods. Tucker trained a group of dangerous hellhounds to hunt prom goers by forcing them to watch prom-related movies.[26] This influenced his younger brother Andrew who could summon demons to attack Buffy by using certain musical instruments such as panpipes and a didgeridoo. These demons include Jaarvlen flesh eaters (which he claimed was hard to control),[76] Rwasundi demons,[76] Glarghk Guhl Kashmas'nik demons[77] and an unnamed species of demon.[78]

Angel used a trained Najakot demon to neutralize Amy.[71] Halfrek implied that Grimslaw demons were possible to house train, though difficult.[13] Others demons, although having a free mind, were completely malleable by an higher being, as it was the case of Glorificus' minions[79] or the zealots with Jasmine.[80] Some individual demons could be summoned, but not controlled through certain spells. Anyanka could be called via a spell that required her necklace,[28] while such worshiped figures such as Machida,[48] Lurconis,[51] Yeska,[49] and Avilas[50] could be brought upon for a ritual sacrifice, and the Queller demons were only summoned to eliminate insane humans.[81]


Most demons possessing near human intelligence adapted to most of the fundamentals of modern human society, but still retained traditions and attitudes that would be considered tribalistic and archaic. They had an underworld status and took part in human pastimes such as playing poker, however with a variation in which kittens were the currency.[78] Human money was still valued by mainstream demons,[82][83] while an unidentified M'Fashnik mercenary considered money to be nothing more than paper.[78] Also, pure innocence, especially that of a human child, carried a high deal of street value in hell dimensions.[66] According to Anya, massacres were treated as social events by demons, similar to parties in the human world where demons would require invitations and even use these events to form romantic/sexual relations with other demons.[59]


Most demons sported clothing of the modern era, though some, such as D'Hoffryn, Mok'tagar demons, Thesulac demons, Glory's minions, Pockla demons, Sahjhan, Rwasundi demons, the Fell Brethren and many more wore archaic robes. Feral demons (like Hellhounds, Polgaras, Quellerjv, Drokken beasts, and bug demons) didn't wear any clothes.[citation needed]

During a social occasion, Anya wore entrails as if wearing a dress.[59] She also claimed that burlap with blood larva was traditionally used as bridesmaids dresses in demonic wedding ceremonies where the grooms were forced to perform the rite of self-flagellation.[84]

Interactions between other demons[]


A group of demons playing kitten poker.

Despite the degree of modernization, a lot of demons still relied on tribalism. They preferred to stay in packs or clans consisting of members of their own species that practiced ancient rituals and traditions that often involved barbaric sacrifices to their respective deities. They often waged feuds with other clans, as seen with the Deathwok Clan and Sebassis' species[56] or the Vinji and Sahrvin clans,[60] along with bigoted views of humans and demon species closely related to them such as vampires, who were less socially tolerated and even rejected by others demons.

For example, the Scourge considered them like the lowest of all the half-breeds,[31] while Ano-Movic demons,[55] Vyasa[85] and hellions[86] were either offended or bothered to associate with them. Additionally, the Scooby Gang found it odd that a vampire and a demon of a totally different species were fighting alongside each other. Rupert Giles himself claimed that, as rule, demons lacked empathy towards other demon species and even viewed vampires as abominations.[83]

Even though they tended to abandon ancient demonic values and still enjoyed a naturally malevolent status, they did follow some loose rules when socializing with other demons as Spike was briefly rejected by his demon brethren for killing other demons after receiving his chip.[87]

Integration into human society[]

According to the website Demons, Demons, Demons, there were a dozen species indigenous to Los Angeles County alone.[88]

Demons like Marc,[47] Norman Pfister,[39] Ken,[89] vengeance demons,[27][28] Kathy Newman,[90] Talamour,[91] Ano-Movic demons,[55] Doc,[10] the Wig Lady,[92] Wraith-er demons,[34] Lissa,[74] Helen Brucker,[93] Kenny,[75] Billy Rage,[68] and incubi[72] knew how to disguise and to imitate the customs of human society.

Others demons were still motivated by outdated customs, such as the Tribunal and Kamal, who held to medieval codes of honor.[21] Human sacrifice was something of strong religious significance to demons such as Carnyss Demons[21] and Thrall demons.[94] Other demons practiced human sacrifice even as a personal hobby or pastimes, such as in the case of Eli who dismembered virgins for fun during his free time.[60]

Ano-Movic demons moderated their cult to live in the human society, tolerating even human beings in their family. However, they were still keen on continuing their culture's tradition of eating the brains of their bride-to-be's ex-husband (though only with his permission, which was given in the form of him proving his blessing to the new union).[55] Certain demons were somewhat progressive, rejecting the ideas enforced by their species which they considered archaic and preferred to live among humans with whom they admired the freedom to make their own pursuits like Kathy Newman,[90] Jhiera and the females of her species,[61] Carlos,[95] or Lorne.[33] However, it's not always the case. Rieff complained that his only contact with the human world was during Halloween.[31] In the case of Nash and Pearl, they considered themselves an evolved form of demons and felt superior to humanity and other demons alike.[30]

Interactions with humans[]

Mainstream demons tended to mix with demons of other species as well as tolerate some humans who could accommodate their needs such as food from demon bars, treatment from Korean bathhouses[96] and legal support from Wolfram & Hart. On the other hand, it was demons that serviced humans through their own special demonic talents such as Lorne's physic abilities, demon brothels which fueled certain men's fantasies[14][97] and the demon Jenoff who granted humans their wish in exchange for their soul.[98]

Demon casino

A demon-run Casino.

Some demons offered power and wealth in exchange for live, human sacrifices.[48][49][50] However, certain demons like Skyler had replaced these old values by cash money.[82] The predominately demon biker gang, the Hellions, seemed to have possessed some human members, despite rejecting vampires due to their inability to remain in the sun.[99]

Demons also seemed to have rather different views on beauty since the loose-skinned demon Clem found Buffy ugly because of her "tight" skin,[78] Torg rejected Anya's offer of sex because he found her human appearance as unattractive despite once having a fling with her during her demon days,[59] and the inhabitants of Pylea found the half-demon Groo's appearance to be monstrous and considered his human features as "defects" despite the Groosalugg being a physically attractive male by human standards,[100] however, some demons have been shown to be attracted to or have relationships with humans.[101][55][98] The demonic prostitute Lina was willing to service the vampire Angel so long as he didn't change into his vampire face.[97] The demonic princess Jhiera also demonstrated an attraction toward Angel.[61]

Demon bar salvage

Vampires, demons, and humans in a demon bar.

The Slayer posed a sense of fear among demons, especially vampires. Demons would use the Slayer as a Boogeyman figure to scare their children into behaving.[1] When Buffy led a group of powerless Potential Slayers into a demon bar for training, she claimed her presence was the only thing preventing the demons from attacking them.[102]

Ironically, some demons considered the human beings as monsters to them. During the Wolfram & Hart Halloween Bash, the demon Devlin dressed himself as a human being (using real human skin to that effect), aping them excessively to the point it irritated Lorne.[56]


Demons cling to old ways and ancient feuds, but are hopeless with technology.

When it came to modern technology, the majority of demons remained inept with most advances that humans possessed. Though some demons, mainly vampires, made use of human inventions such as newspaper,[103] television,[104][102] and electricity. Though they made very little use of modern weaponry, usually limited to basic hand-to-hand combat and medieval weapons, such as swords and axes. Additionally, it was unusual for a demon to use bladed tools for disembowelment as they already had teeth and claws powerful enough to do the job.[47]

On rare occasions, some demons made use of firearms. Examples of this behavior included Darla when fighting Buffy,[105] Griff when collecting a debt,[106] Lorne who killed Lindsey McDonald with a silenced pistol,[57] M. James Menlo[85] and Razor, the leader of a demon biker gang who used a starting pistol when destroying the Buffybot.[107]

The demon Toth was considered a sophisticated demon for his use of mystical tools, such as the Ferula Gemina.[108]

Demons like Ken and Kathy Newman knew how to use convincing prosthetic makeup.[89][90]

Human awareness of demons[]

For most of history, the majority of humans remained unaware or in denial of the existence of demons; Rupert Giles explained this as the tendency for people to "rationalize what they [could] and forget what they [couldn't]."[3] Some notable exceptions included the Watchers Council, the Initiative, the Slayers, the Scooby Gang, the Angel Investigations team, demon and vampire hunters like Sid, Charles Gunn, Daniel Holtz, Justine Cooper, or Robin Wood.[citation needed] The singer Aimee Mann remarked that she hated playing in "vampire towns."[109] Since the public revelation of demons, police departments included a supernatural force division.[110]

To those who did know, demonic culture and mythology was the subject of scholarly research with ancient books and texts documenting their history. Having had knowledge of his real nature, Harriet, the ex-wife of the half-demon Doyle, became an ethnodemonologist and had even become engaged to a demon.[55] The website Demons, Demons, Demons also contained accurate information on demons.[88]

The Sunnydale High School board and the police department also appeared to be aware of the supernatural goings-on in Sunnydale, as the police often covered up supernatural events under orders from Mayor Wilkins.[111] When Spike and members of the Order of Aurelius attacked Sunnydale High to kill Buffy, Principal Snyder and the police chief wrote it off to the public as an attack by a gang on PCP, an excuse that has apparently been used before.[112]

All the people present during the Fall of Los Angeles in 2004 became aware of demons.[113]

In the early 21st century, the existence of vampires, and demons by extension, became public knowledge and vampires instantly became the subject of a fad, capitalizing on the fact that many humans experience a thrill when bitten by vampires. Harmony Kendall became the face of vampires in the media, starring in her own reality show Harmony Bites. Since, all humans were aware of demons' existence on Earth.[114] After the end of magic, demons were employed for various jobs such as a debt collector used to collect Buffy's student loan.[115][116] In London, Parker and Tricia were racketed by an human associate with two demons.[citation needed]

Views of demons[]

Humanity's views of demons, like their views of one another, vary considerably depending on individuals.

Though the Scooby Gang and the Angel Investigations team were dedicated to destroying demons, they only sought to destroy or incapacitate those they saw as threatening to commit evil against humans. Both teams employed the services of demons on several occasions and many members of both groups were demons.[citation needed] As a Slayer, Buffy considered that she was the law when it concerned demons; for example, she decided to kill Anya for continuously harming humans until Willow found another way to stop the vengeance demon.[13]

Willy ran the Willy's Place, a neutral bar for all beings, including demons.[87]

The Watchers Council refused to help Buffy cure Angel of the Killer of the Dead poison on the grounds that he was a vampire, which resulted in her severing ties with the Council for over a year.[5]

On multiple occasions, the U.S. government and its different groups showed a desire to study supernatural beings and find a way to use their power for military purposes, the most prominent examples being the Initiative and the Demon Research Initiative, its World War II-era predecessor.[117][118]

The Scourge sought to destroy all non-pure demons and humanity itself.[31]

Cordelia initially believed that all demons, besides Angel, were evil until she discovered Doyle's brachen demon heritage.[31]

One of the strains on the relationship between Buffy and Riley Finn was that he automatically assumed that all supernatural creatures were evil, harshly criticizing the Scoobies when he discovered that they had been harboring Spike.[87] He realized that demons were capable of both good and evil just as humans were when he witnessed his superiors' inhumane treatment of the werewolf Oz while he was in human form, so he helped him escape the Initiative facilities.[119]

Certain humans used demons as bodyguards.[97] Others enslave them.[88]

Madame Dorion[97] and Madame Anita[14] held brothels where the prostitutes were demons.

Mr. Maclay deceived his family that both his late wife and his daughter Tara were part-demon, allowing him to control them and restrain their magic talents.[40]

M. James Menlo was considered a human criminal by the police.[85]

Gio, a rogue member of Gunn's crew, led them on a crusade to destroy demons all over Los Angeles, regardless of their moral alignment.[53]

Anthony Harris' bigoted attitude toward Anya's demonic guests incited a riot between the two families. However, he was not aware of what they were really, considering them circus artists or a certain religious confession.[120]

Clem claimed that Rack had "a thing" against his species of loose-skinned demons.[121]

Tobias Dupree was a demon's rights activist.[60]


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