|Nicknames||Belph, Bel, Fluffsheep|
| Girl, Demon|
| Max Stats
| Lv:120 HP:2830 ATK:1492 DEF:1205|
Lv:120 HP:3396 ATK:1790 DEF:1446 (Awoken)
| 30/1 |
| Main Skill (スキル)|
| 3x Bite attack, chance to put target to Sleep (when target is Sleeping, Lifesteal for X% damage)|
| Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
Demon of Sloth
| When you are Asleep, grants 50% Damage Reduction|
| Awoken Main Skill (スキル)|
| 3x Bite attack with chance to inflict Sleep; 50% chance to Steal +1 ATK (50% chance for attacks to be Wood-imbued; Lifesteals 50% damage inflicted to Sleeping targets)|
| Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| When you are Asleep, grants 50% Damage Reduction and 3% Increased Healing Received|
| Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)|
The Dormant Raging Demon
| When played in a hand and you take damage during the turn, 33% chance to grant +1 DEF|
| S.Awoken Main Skill (スキル)|
| S.Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| S.Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)|
| Super Fusion (超合体)|
One Sheep, Two Sheep...
Part of the Seven Deadly Sins series.
The first of the demons representing the Seven Deadly Sins, Belphegor is a godsend to green attackers, to the bite attack type, and to beating people up in general. She defined the 30-cost class, the idea of Demon-type being not only a thing but one of the premier types, and has become one of the best green cards to have equipped.
On top of applying a dangerous status effect, Belphy has a standard 3-hit combo, good attack power, and has a unique application (that has been given to some follow-up cards); every hit in her combo has a chance of applying her sleep. On top of that, follow-up hits then trigger the passive- so if you hit sleep on attack 1, you'll drain large portions of health from the target from the next two attacks! While few event bosses are vulnerable to sleep, expect to see this little sheep all over high level colosseum matches.
Sadly, even the presence of Belphegor as a highly desirable card applying sleep all over colosseum is not enough to make her subskill that valuable.
Probably one of the best skills in the game, at a whopping 55% chance to inflict sleep per hit makes Belphegor one of the most dangerous cards in the game. You will see her in every Colosseum week, and it is almost guaranteed to run you through the mud. All you can hope for is that something else deals damage to wake you up, or that something simply kills you, because you're absolutely better off dead than asleep. The lifesteal amount is also fairly significant off of Belphegor's high damage potential.
- 50% chance to Steal +1 ATK from targets.
- 50% chance for attacks to be Wood-imbued. (Elem Mod is 1.75x)
Much like numerous other older cards, Belphegor started to get outclassed as stronger and more powerful Green Bite cards were released. Fortunately, Awakening does well to bring Belphegor back into prominence with a much-needed Stat Boost as well as some nice changes to her Skill. Belph's Sleep Chance gets a small increase, but the Lifesteal now jumps to a whopping 50%! On top of that, she also has a 50% chance to Steal +1 ATK from foes and a 50% chance for her attacks to be Wood-imbued! Even against foes who aren't vulnerable to Sleep, Belph will still manage to put a nice dent in them with her strong 1744 Attack (increased to over 1940+ with her 3 Orb Slots). Belph's definitely worth Awakening if you have her!
A very significant reduction, this skill has a problem that if you're in sleep status, you can't do anything. Full stop. All you can do is arrange hands- your cards drop out and don't take effect. In PVE, there's few enemies that apply sleep and you'd probably be better off simply equipping Belphegor with an attacker to kill them first. In colosseum, actually taking more damage to die so you can act the next turn rather than hoping sleep wears off may be the better option. You may be able to find uses for this skill if you try, but you'll be far better served simply by playing the girl in place of almost anything else in the green slot.
Awakening only manages to add an extra 3% Increased Healing Received.
Belphegor is a demon, one of the Seven Princes of Hell- in Peter Binsfield's 1589 classification of demons he governs the deadly sin of Sloth.