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Introduction

Copper Demons (alternatively called Copper銅色魔神 (カッパー)  Kappā」) are a family within the Demon Clan.

AppearanceEdit

They are large, bipedal demons, with their eyes set level to their mouths. As the name suggests, they are copperish in color.

PersonalityEdit

PlotEdit

Corand arc Edit

A Copper Demon is seen terrorizing Pelliot's village next to an Ochre Demon. When the Seven Deadly Sins appear, the Copper Demon is easily killed by King using his newly dominated true Increase. King states that the demon was very weak and that's why he was able to kill him so easily.

Prelude to the New Holy War arcEdit

A Copper Demon appears among a battalion of demons that was being fought by Guila, Jericho and Howzer. The demon manages to catch them all and proceeds to devour their souls, but before it is destroyed by Sariel's Ark.

New Holy War arcEdit

Several Copper Demons are part of the Demon Clan army that is faced by the Holy Knights during the Holy War. One of them manages to strike a blow to Deathpierce, but is then killed by Waillo. The others are quickly eliminated by Diane.

An Copper Demon attacks during the second wave of the demon army, crushes some knights before being attacked by Arden and Waillo and his arm cut by Matrona. However, he manages to shoot and injure Matrona, but is eliminated by Elaine. An Copper Demon tries along with several other demons to devour Elaine when she falls, but all are killed by Ban.

Abilities and PowersEdit

Copper Demons are incredibly powerful, possessing vast physical strength, their power level is ranked the highest among lesser demons seen thus far, capable of breaking the hand and injuring one of the Pleiades of the Azure Sky, Deathpierce, a powerful holy knight, despite being greatly empowered by the Archangel's Breath of Bless.

Power LevelEdit

Total Magic Strength Spirit
3,800~4,500[1]  ?  ?  ?



BattlesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Nanatsu no Taizai Manga: Chapter 259, page 1.

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